SAT1 Maths Tutors
Tavistock Tutors offer SAT math level 1 tutors in the London area. Math forms 1/3 of the SAT exam, which itself forms the basis of most US college admissions decisions. It is made up of three sections with a mixture of ‘grid in’ and multiple-choice questions. The syllabus is varied, covering everything from basic math such as fractions and percentages to advanced algebra and geometry.
Math is a particularly common area of the SAT for a student to struggle with, as math tends to be more clearly divided between those with an aptitude for it and those without. However, at Tavistock Tutors we believe that with the right help, any weakness can become a strength. Our tutors pride themselves on being able to teach the wide range of necessary mathematical skills. These include all types of equations and functions, data interpretation, formulae and transformation and data analysis. Students will find some of these topics easier than others, but our tutors extensive experiences have taught them the short cuts and approaches that can make these subjects easy to learn. Their passion is passing this on to you, the student.
This is because we interview all of our prospective tutors. This is to ensure that they have the passion for teaching that a Tavistock Tutor needs, and so that we have detailed knowledge of their strengths. This means that when you contact us, our educational consultants will be able to send you a tutor that is a perfect match. In this case, a tutor with a proven record of success studying and teaching SAT math level 1. Our tutors pride themselves on three things, being able to quickly identify areas where a student is struggling, being able to fix them in a way the student can understand, and being able to give them the self belief they need to do well. Combine this with interesting and engaging lessons and we have a recipe for rapid achievement and progress from lesson one.
Tavistock Tutors understand how important education is to you, and that is why we offer a 24/7, 365 day commitment to our students.