More than SAT tutoring—Our strategy
SAT preparation at Ruth Rumack’s Learning Space in downtown Toronto is taught by real certified teachers with years of experience teaching one to one and in classrooms, as well as coaching students for standardized tests. Our teachers have subject specialties, and are highly skilled in not only teaching test strategy, but meeting students at their academic levels.
We maximize preparation time by assessing students’ in-test performance baselines, and planning lessons to address their specific strengths and challenges. Teachers adapt test-taking strategies and the content of lessons to the needs and skills of each student. Our SAT prep is not a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach, as students need to learn the strategies and content that will work best to achieve their personal goals.
SAT students receive:
- Professional, knowledgeable teaching in a one-to-one or group setting
- Timed practice tests that simulate the actual SAT experience (RRLS uses official SAT tests)
- Thorough, in-depth written analyses of practice tests
- Practice test follow-up consults with the associate director of education
- 30, 16, or 10 hours of teaching (additional hours can be added to plans)
- A copy of ‘Princeton Review’s Cracking the SAT study guide, including practice tests and drills
- Supplementary drills, reference sheets, and practice tests specific to the needs of the student
- Extensive lessons on common questions that appear on the SAT
- Personalized test-taking strategies
- In-class review of practice tests
- Guided practice essay-writing techniques for the new SAT essay format (as of Fall 2015)
- Support in time-management and organization with SAT/school/extracurricular commitments
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