I like to think that I use a different approach to tutoring, as I need to make sure that my students understand all the work before I leave. I would not mind spending the whole session on a few problems if that is what the student requires. Successful test-taking does not depend on cramming, but actual knowledge of the material.
I may not be the nicest tutor around, but I get the knowledge across. I'm sorry that I may not treat the student like a baby, because I don't think that encourages learning.
I took the SAT twice in 2010, achieving scores of 2070 and 2260 on the January and May tests, respectively. My score break down on my highest session of the SAT was the following: 690 on the reading section, 770 on the writing section, 800 on the math section.
I also achieved a score of 800 on the SATII Math Level 2.
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