We offer students repeated opportunities to take realistic exams under timed conditions in a simulated testing environment. By participating in these practice exams, students can significantly reduce the amount of pressure or anxiety that is commonly associated with standardized testing. These exams make it possible for students to apply the strategies and techniques that they have learned while also building the mental endurance that is necessary in order to achieve optimal performance on a four hour exam. We analyze each practice test to target the areas that require guidance and review. Our experienced instructors will then use this critical information when reviewing the exams with students to reinforce the key concepts, formulas, rules, and strategies that are needed to be successful on these difficult exams. We offer significantly more practice exams than other companies which is one of the reasons why our students perform extremely well on test days. We believe that the majority of tutoring companies and private tutors are only doing half of the job if they aren't providing students with ample opportunities to take full-length practice exams under timed
conditions in simulated testing environments.
At Elite Performance Tutoring we believe that one-on-one instruction offers the most effective mode of learning. In private meetings, student and tutor develop a strong rapport as they work together to maximize the student's potential on the SAT & ACT exams. We offer SAT tutoring and ACT tutoring for all our students in our Lynbrook location which is conveniently located directly across the street from Lynbrook High School.
Elite Performance Tutoring, in conjunction with TEACH Consulting Services, Inc, is excited to announce that we will be offering tutoring and test preparation services at 153 Main Street Suite #1 (second floor) in Sayville, NY 11782. We are looking forward to serving the students of Sayville, Bayport, Blue Point, Oakdale, and the surrounding areas. Please call (516) 974 - 1208 today for details and scheduling. Space is limited.
Students begin the program by taking a diagnostic exam. The diagnostic test provides students with a great opportunity to familiarize themselves with the exam without pressure or anxiety. It also allows us the chance to assess students' initial strengths and weaknesses so that we can manage the curriculum accordingly. The results of the diagnostic exam will also provide some clarification as to how much
preparation a student may need in order to reach his or her goals.