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SAT Math Tutor: Marites C. from Yucaipa, CA

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Marites C. is a SAT Math Tutor in Yucaipa California. Connect with her to learn more and to do well on the SAT Math.

About Marites C. from Yucaipa, CA

Math/Science teacher – Tutor near Yucaipa, CA

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I had more than 20 years of teaching experience in the Philippines, my home country. I handled math, accounting, natural sciences and English.I was a substitute teacher with the Moreno Valley Unified School District for the SY 2007-2008. I had to change my career due to education budgetary problems of CA.In December 2009, I finished the Vocational Nursing Program at Summit Career College in Colton, CA. I passed the NCLEX in February 2010 and am now a licensed vocational nurse.Whil

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SAT Math Tutor Details

  • Rate: $40
  • Travel Radius: 10
  • Yucaipa, CA, 92399

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The SAT is a globally recognized college admission test that lets you show colleges what you know and how well you can apply that knowledge. It tests your knowledge of reading, writing and math — subjects that are taught every day in high school classrooms. Most students take the SAT during their junior or senior year of high school, and almost all colleges and universities use the SAT to make admission decisions.

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The Math skills required for the SAT are of a basic standard that should be within the reach of a tenth grade student. You don’t need to learn up lots of new formulae but you will need to sharpen up your thinking skills. One thing you’ll need is a lot of SAT Math Practice Problems and to help you with your SAT Math Prep, you’ll need to find an SAT Math Tutor.

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  • Problem solving – multiple choice (5 answer choices)
  • Student-produced response questions (‘grid-ins’)

The three Math sections are organized as follows:

  • One section of 25 minutes containing 8 problem solving questions and 10 grid-ins
  • One section of 25 minutes containing 20 problem solving questions
  • One section of 20 minutes containing 16 problem solving questions

You will see that there are a total of 54 scored math questions on one test [Remember that each actual SAT test contains one experimental section of 25 minutes; this section could be math, writing or critical reading. Experimental sections will not be scored; they are used for research purposes.]

Math questions on the SAT will be of different difficulty levels. Each section will start out easy, move to medium level and end with hard questions. In any of the question types you may be tested on basic arithmetic, algebra, geometry and a few miscellaneous topics (mainly data interpretation and applied math).

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