“Linda is an unbelievable math tutor and has been for years. When her students were in a pinch for an English tutor, her husband [Nick] would help out on the side from his regular job. He is an equally unbelievable English tutor. He is now also helping students with their essays. He was a savior for our daughter :). They care so much about the kids they tutor – it has been a real goal of theirs to help these poor kids make it through the SATs.” – a mother whose children we have worked with, in an email to a friend
Linda AbelliTest prep. Math - elementary school through college.
Nick FichterTest prep. Reading, English, science, and essay writing.
This YouTube video covers the first two essentials of handling SAT Reading new “double” questions – the ones in which the second question in the set asks, “Which of the following text references is the best evidence for the preceding question.” There are 10 pairs […]
The Reading part of the SAT has 52 questions. Of those, fully 20 (10 pairs) are what I call double questions. That’s roughly 40% of the available points! So, how the student handles this type of question can have a decisive score impact. What I […]