Your SAT score correlates with your academic success in college and your earning potential after college. Working with our team of high-scoring scholars can propel you to your full potential during application season. Not only do we offer exceptional SAT test prep, but a full team of PhD’s, MD’s, and qualified advisors to help you through the applications process (included with every package).
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Free SAT Practice Test
Research shows that the more practice questions you do, the higher your SAT score. It is very important to focus on practice SAT questions that are created by the test administrators. This is why we provide all of our students with a free SAT practice test.
We include a Free Introductory Hour with all of our SAT tutoring study packages. This way, you can meet your tutor and develop a study plan before beginning your paid hours.
We understand that you’re busy. Between a full-time class schedule, all the extracurriculars, and various activities you are heading in order to impress the applications committees, your schedule is booked. Your tutor will schedule lessons based around your availability. Our staff will work with you on your applications on evenings and weekends, whatever it takes.
Top SAT Tutors
Vania L.SAT: 2380, 99th Percentile
Vania graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2015 with a double major in mechanical engineering and music, while also completing pre-med requirements. A problem solver and avid learner, she enjoys teaching others the tricks of gaming standardized…
Devin V.SAT: 2270, 99th Percentile
Devin graduated from Haverford College in 2014 with a degree in religion and is currently in the midst of the medical school application process. After graduating, he self-studied for the MCAT for two months and scored a 41, placing him…
Originally from Montana, Kati has grown fond of the East Coast. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a BA in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics. She recently completed a Master’s degree in Philosophy at Columbia University and plans to…
SAT Study Packages
Free College Board® Official SAT Study Guide with DVD
We thinks it’s crucial that students who are preparing for the SAT practice on real SAT questions. We include an official College Board® Study Guide and DVD with every SAT study package. It includes real practice questions, a DVD, and crucial SAT preparation information.
Customized Study Plan
Your tutor will create a study plan based on your needs.
Top Scoring SAT Tutors
Our SAT tutors score within the 96th percentile or above on the exam. In addition to top scores, we vet our tutors to make sure they have a digestible didactic method.
Best Match Guarantee™
We understand that learning is subjective. We provide a Free Introductory Hour with all of our SAT study packages. This way, you can meet your tutor, develop a tutoring schedule, and outline a study schedule–all before beginning your paid hours.
We offer multiple extended payment options. Contact us to find out which installment plan suits your budget.
Use your study hours as best suits your needs. Some students meet with a tutor daily, while others space it out to weekly meetings.
$699 Quick Review: 12 Hours
$1339 In-Depth Review: 24 Hours
$1799 High Achiever Plan: 36 Hours
You create your plan
Our Approach to SAT Test Prep
When studying alongside our tutors for 1-on-1 SAT tutoring, the pair creates a flexible and fluid study plan, focusing on the student’s strengths to supplement their areas of improvement. Our SAT tutors present their proven methods and help students create the best strategy that works for their needs. In addition, the pair studies the body of the test- from the backbone of the language to the multiple choice, reasoning, and elimination.
In order to provide a customized experience, we start off by asking the following questions:
1What year are you in high school?
2Are you just now beginning your SAT test prep?
3Have you taken the SAT before?
4How did you score on each section?
5Are you struggling with content?
6Are you struggling with strategy?
7What prep materials are you using?
8What is your schedule like, and what days/times are you available to work with a tutor?
9Have you registered for an upcoming SAT test date?
10How soon would you like to begin?
The SAT tests the student’s problem-solving abilities and literacy, as a determinant for whether a student is prepared for college. Your scores on the SAT can be a deciding factor as to whether or not you get accepted to your dream college. Do not let the SAT test be a hurdle to your undergraduate acceptance! Every student has the ability to succeed, and our personalized SAT test prep can help students based on their study habits. At Tutor the People, our tutors instill the core principles in writing, math and critical reading which form the blueprint for each student’s academic career.
We also offer SAT group tutoring, which focuses on individual needs, while applying each lesson to the group as a whole. It is our mission to provide the best SAT preparation.
Find out more about our SAT Critical Reading Tutoring
The Total Score
Evidence-Based Reading and Writing200-800, 65 minutes reading section, 35 minute writing and language section
Math200-800, 25 minute no calculator section, 55 minute calculator section
Breakdown of the SAT
The SAT lasts for 3 hours. If you choose to do the optional essay, the total time is 3 hours 50 minutes. Unlike the old SAT, there is no guessing penalty on the 2016 SAT. So even if you feel insecure about a question’s answer choices, always answer it! Unlike the older versions of the SAT, the 2016 SAT is available in both print and computer format.
Read about the SAT test dates here.
More Info & Resources
Free SAT test prep Resources
SAT Practice on Khan Academy: College Board has partnered with Khan Academy to offer SAT students free online SAT practice!
Practice with one of the College Board’s 8 free Official SAT Practice Tests here.
College Board offers a free SAT practice app. Study the SAT on the go. Read more about it here. Don’t use this app during class, though!
College Board offers various free sample questions.