Private SAT / ACT Tutor Newton, MA
A private Chyten test prep tutor can help your student get the highest possible scores on their SAT, ACT, PSAT or AP exams. We have the ability to handle all subjects and grade levels and have everything it takes to help dramatically lift test scores.
Chyten was founded with a commitment to excellence and student success. Since 1984, we have helped thousands of students improve their test scores, as well as their skills in individual academic subjects.
We are proud of the fact that our students have improved their scores on the ACT by an average of 6 Points and on the SAT by an average of 182 points with a recommended 24 to 36 hours of tutoring.
To accomplish such superb results, Chyten test prep tutors customize their approaches to individual students to help them discover the learning methods that best suit their unique needs.
Unlike other tutors and companies, we employ strategic methods for understanding and solving problems that are based on our more than 30 years of industry knowledge and experience.
We carefully select the most talented and experienced subject matter experts to provide each student with comprehensive, individualized instruction. We ensure that our tutors are not only experts in their field, with a Master’s degree or higher, but also skilled at connecting with students, understanding their individual needs and learning styles, and providing a customized approach.
ACT vs. SAT: Which Test Should You Take?
Both the ACT and SAT are accepted by every college in America. There is no advantage to taking one test over the other, nor is one “easier” or “harder,” but taking the test that best fits their skills and abilities will help students earn the highest scores. For example:
Test Length: Both tests are similar in length. The overall testing time for the ACT is 2 hours and 55 minutes, with an extra 40 minutes for the optional Writing section. The overall testing time for the SAT is 3 hours, with an additional 50 minutes for the optional Essay.
Sections: The ACT and SAT contain similar sections. On the ACT, the sections are English, Math, Reading, and Science, and an optional Writing Test. On the SAT, the sections are Reading, Writing and Language, Math No Calculator, Math Calculator, and an optional Essay.
If a student is confident in his or her Math skills and can work fast without a calculator, the SAT test may be the better choice. If stronger in English and History/Social Studies (the focus of many ACT Reading passages), he or she may prefer the ACT.
Number of Questions: There are 215 questions on the ACT and 154 on the SAT. In every section, the SAT allots more time for answering each question. Because the ACT is faster paced, students who struggle with time management or are easily overwhelmed by pressure may have better success with the SAT.
For many students, getting into a top-choice college, and possibly even receiving a scholarship, begins with great test scores. The best way to accomplish this is by working with a private SAT or ACT tutor at Chyten in Newton, MA. Call us at 800-428-TEST (800-428-8378) to find out more about our current offers and pricing.