It’s crunch time, the final year of secondary school, with A-Levels looming. The pressure is on and you’ve got your eyes set on university in the US. That means you’ve also got to deal with the SAT and perhaps SAT subject tests too. With so much on your plate, it’s time to call in the professionals. At A-List Education, SAT Tutoring London is a tailored programme of lessons designed to give you the best possible chance of achieving high scoring results.
SAT Tutoring London: what you get
Our team of tutors are college graduates from reputable US universities. They also go through extensive training, clocking in over 100 hours, to ensure they can guide you through the SAT with ease. One-on-one lessons mean your individual needs are catered to, targeting areas that you struggle with in particular. We adapt our tutoring to suit you, helping you with test content and strategies.
We can also work around your schedule. We understand that now is a busy and stressful time in your life, so if you need to reschedule or add in extra lessons, we will do our best to accommodate you. We also offer online lessons for when you’re away or on holiday, ensuring continuity so that you can keep on track with your progress with SAT Tutoring London.
Practice tests, flashcards, drills, exercises and relevant books are provided so you will be armed with all the materials you need to ace the SAT.
Does SAT Tutoring London really work?
At A-List Education we pride ourselves on the quality of instruction we provide to each and every one of our students. But when it comes down to it, it’s results that you’ll want to see. We’re happy to report that when it comes to SAT score improvements, our students tend to improve by over three times the national average.
What about subject tests?
Increasingly US universities also require SAT subject tests to get a better idea of your aptitude in specific subject areas. A-List can help with those too, from selecting the right tests to sit to prepping for them.
Get in touch with A-List today and take a step closer to university life in the US.