How can parents help students on the SAT?

May 24, 2010 at 12:24 am | Posted in SAT Advice | Leave a comment

Parents should provide the student with the appropriate tools to study effectively, as well as provide some additional motivation to study.  Most parents are confused as to which path to take when helping their son or daughter to prepare for this important exam.  Many parents buy a daunting 600+ page book that all too often goes unopened.  Others spend $1,000+ dollars on classes and private tutors.  At Perfect800, we provide a question-focused, efficient approach to SAT studying that fully explains the answer to each question as well as the underlying tricks that the SAT uses to throw students off.  While automating the process for determining your child’s strengths and weaknesses, by tracking progress made on question type, time per question and difficulty level. Furthermore, each user has the option of entering a sponsor when they sign up, so parents can be updated and be aware to their son / daughter’s progress and improvement each day, week or month. If you do hire a tutor to assist,  be sure to do your background research and ask for a referral.


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