The Study Hall Helps to Eliminate the Stress Associated with the SATs

By The Study Hall | Jan 06, 2019

The SAT for all juniors is around the corner, and can cause students a lot of stress and anxiety. Students who are thinking about continuing their education after high school know that their SAT scores can play a large part in some college’s decision whether or not to accept them. This is a lot of pressure by itself, but when you combine it with the challenge, varied subject matter and long length of the test it can become overwhelming and daunting for even the best students.

This is where The Study Hall can help. Studies show that the more students prepare and become familiar with the types of questions and material on the SAT’s the higher their scores. The Study Hall has over 15 years of experience helping students prepare for the test. The advantages to preparing with a tutor versus on their own or on the computer are enormous. At The Study Hall we work with each student to determine their personal strengths and opportunities when it comes to the SAT test. Then we help the student learn which strategies will help them achieve the best score possible. We have a proven success record with students who on average improve their score 200 points! But we have many students who have improved even more - some as many as 300 points or more.


Obviously any preparation for the SAT’s can help a student’s score, whether it’s working on their own, going through an online tutorial, or working with a professional. The Study Hall’s experience has shown that working with students to define their strengths, work on their opportunities and learn what strategies will help them the most might mean the difference between being accepted at their first choice school for college or their safety school. There is no comparison to the individual attention students receive when preparing for the SAT’s at The Study Hall. Call us today to sign up for Math and/or Verbal SAT tutoring at 236-3949 or email for more information. Classes start January 20th.

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