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SAT Prep Courses Charlotte NC

The SATs are an anxiety-inducing exam and the bane of all high school students, but fear not; SAT prep courses can afford the practice and routine to master the SATs with ease. For more on prep courses and guides, check the local listings and info below.

Lia Q.
Charlotte, NC
General Info
Age : 24
Gender : Female
Years Experience : 6
Education
Education Level : College
School : Grove City College
Languages
Spanish
Skills / Capabilities
Skills : Behavioral Issues, CPR, First Aid

Capabilities : Aid with Transportation, Moderate Sample Tests/Exams
Description
From 2002 - 2004, I participated in a volunteer tutoring program at my high school 2 days/week. From 2004 - 2008, I was a camp counselor/summer school teacher for grades 4 - 8. 2008 - 2009: I have had daily experience as a K - 8 substitute teacher

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Renee T.
Charlotte, NC
General Info
Age : 27
Gender : Female
Education
Education Level : College
School : University of Georgia

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Saundra P.
Charlotte, NC
General Info
Age : 53
Gender : Female
Education
Education Level : College
School : Central Piedmont Community College

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Jodi G.
Charlotte, NC
General Info
Age : 24
Gender : Female
Education
Education Level : College
School : University of North Carolina at Charlotte

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anne t.
Charlotte, NC
General Info
Age : 27
Gender : Female
Education
Education Level : Graduate Level
School : University of Dayton

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Rachel A.
Charlotte, NC
General Info
Age : 24
Gender : Female
Years Experience : 2
Education
Education Level : College
School : Syracuse University (graduated May 2009)
Skills / Capabilities
Skills : Behavioral Issues, Special Needs
Description
Throughout my college years, I tutored a variety of students ranging from ages 7-13. I have worked with students who need to be challenged beyond grade level as well as students with significant disabilities.

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Trista M.
Gastonia, NC
General Info
Age : 27
Gender : Female
Years Experience : 4
Education
Education Level : Graduate Level
School : Drexel University
Description
I am currently an elementary teacher in Charlotte but have had experience with one on one music lessons of all ages as well as tutoring for all major subjects.

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Olga S.
Charlotte, NC
General Info
Age : 29
Gender : Female
Years Experience : 10
Education
Education Level : College
School : Queens university of charlotte
Languages
Spanish
Skills / Capabilities
Skills : CPR, First Aid, Other Tutoring Affiliations

Capabilities : Aid with Transportation
Description
im fluent in spanish so i have many years of experience tutoring students, friends and family

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Katie C.
Charlotte, NC
General Info
Age : 24
Gender : Female
Years Experience : 2
Education
Education Level : College
School : Univeristy of South Carolina
Languages
Spanish
Skills / Capabilities
Capabilities : Moderate Sample Tests/Exams

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Lauren B.
Charlotte, NC
General Info
Age : 26
Gender : Female
Years Experience : 10
Education
Education Level : College
School : John Carroll Univeristy
Languages
Italian
Skills / Capabilities
Capabilities : Aid with Transportation
Description
Volunteer through Hands on Charlotte GED program; spent 10 years babysitting children from infant to high school, which included working on school work with children in elementary, grade, middle and high school.

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College Entrance Exams, SAT, ACT, College Admissions

I’m fairly certain that 95% of sitcoms have done an “SAT Freak Out” episode in which a character has a dream that he/she shows up to the test wearing nothing but a potato sack. I can tell you right now that your pencils won’t spontaneously combust, the proctor won’t morph into a unicorn, and you won’t end up living in a box if you do poorly.

What our favorite sitcoms fail to emphasize is that college entrance exams like the SAT and ACT are not the end-all-be-all. You can re-take exams and the concepts aren’t nearly as intimidating as they seem.

With all that said, here are the basics on the college entrance exams, the SAT, SAT Subject Tests and the ACT.

SAT Reasoning Test
The SAT Reasoning Test is a standardized exam designed to measure students’ critical thinking and analysis skills. It’s also believed to be a strong predictor of a student’s ability to perform at the college level. Individuals typically take it their junior and senior years of high school and it’s administered 7 times a year in the US. The test is comprised of 10 sections and the total testing time is 3 hours and 45 minutes. The main areas tested are reading, writing, and mathematics. You receive a score between 200 and 800 for each of those areas. There are also two sub-scores for the writing section. One is an essay sub-score which is evaluated on a scale of 2-12 and the other is a multiple choice sub-score evaluated on a scale of 20-80.

SAT Subjects Tests
The SAT Subject Tests are standardized exams used to measure your knowledge in a particular subject. The subjects tested are English, history/social studies, mathematics, science, and language. Some colleges require you to take a certain number of SAT Subjects Tests in order to apply. Among those schools, some require you to take certain ones and others allow you to pick which ones you take. At colleges that don’t require you to complete the tests, many applicants choose to take them in order to demonstrate a mastery of a subject. Each test is multiple choice and one hour in length. Students are encouraged to take a test shortly after completing a class in that subject (in order for the material to be fresh). The only exception is language, in which students should allow themselves several years to allow their knowledge to mature.

ACT
Similar to the SAT, the ACT is a standardized exam designed to measure your ability to analyze and think c...

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