Mandarin and Cantonese have no verb tenses, so students who speak those languages may face difficulty with the writing section of the SAT. Your Score Booster SAT tutors and SAT classes focus specifically on the type of verb-tense questions that might arise on the SAT, instead of overwhelming students with an entire background on verb tenses.
We’ve analyzed the test, and we’ll focus only on the key grammar rules that appear on the SAT.
All students who speak English as a Second Language (ESL) face difficulty with SAT vocabulary. Your Score Booster employs a myriad of techniques to boost students’ vocabulary.
We recognize that vocabulary is a difficulty not only on the reading section but also on the math section. We’ll teach ESL students math vocabulary such as “vertices.”
For the reading section, we show ESL students techniques to find the main idea of the passage, which helps students better answer the questions.
For the essay, we’ll gradually build you up to a longer and longer essay. Then we’ll help you improve the quality of your essay. And we’ll show how to naturally reveal in your essay that English is not your primary language. (Hint: Don’t just state it directly.)