Are you facing the SAT math exam soon? Feeling nervous about it? Maybe it’s been awhile since you took a math course – or maybe, like me, you just aren’t very good at math!
So what should you do? Simple answer – don’t face the SAT math test alone, make a celluloid friend instead!
Enter the SAT Math Tutor
What you need is a SAT math tutor. Someone who goes at your speed, covering the parts you need to cover when you need to cover them cours particuliers maths!
Ah – but tutoring is very expensive is cripplingly expensive I hear you say. (Heck, if you’re afraid of math, you’ll probably dread the idea of a math tutor anyway). Which really isn’t very helpful for you, now is it! After all, you need to feel helped by your tutor, not threatened.
Even if you can afford a tutor and aren’t afraid of facing one, it’s an undeniable fact that what you need is tutoring that is custom-designed for your needs, tutoring that will take you from where you are now to the place you need to be in to literally ace the test and get the score you need.
The $1,000,000 question – where are you going to find a SAT math tutor that can provide you with custom tutoring, who isn’t scary and who goes at your exact pace? (Okay, 3 x $1,000,000 questions there!)
You know that you are going to need lots of repetition and lots of practice. If you are anything like I was, your tutor will need the patience of Job! You already have anxiety over the test; you don’t want anxiety over the learning experience, too. You want to feel comfortable about going over and over the same problem-solving process until it is second nature – until you know you can access it quickly and accurately when needed for the test.
Another problem in life that we’ll have to face to get the best out of our tutor is actually Life!: i.e. you do have one! You have a job, school, maybe a family, probably responsibilities of some nature, large or small. Your SAT math practice will have to be crammed into the little bit of space you have left available for it. Even if you could find and afford a SAT math tutor in your local area, are they really going to be able to fit themselves into the random corners of your life? Maybe you’re one of those people who function best in the early morning? Will you be able to find a SAT math tutor who is willing to show up at your door at 5:00 a.m.?
Maybe you’re a night person but your tutor thinks nighttime is for sleeping! In addition to all this you need a quiet, private place to study. No meetings at the coffee shop or even in your living room, where your family is enjoying their favorite television programs.