Artesia High School

Tutor Zone SAT Course

Tutor Zone’s SAT course is geared to prepare students for the extensive SAT test. The Tutor Zone SAT Course consists of:

  • 6 hours of math where students review Geometry, Algebra 2, Number Sense and Statistics.
  • 6 hours of Critical Reading/Writing where students are provided with the critical thinking skills necessary to complete the critical reading and writing sections of the test as well as the essay portion.
  • Our students will take 2 full SAT Exams during the course giving them an idea of where they stand and how much they have improved.
  • We give students access to take up to 10 practice SAT Exams with instant scoring.
  • In addition we offer a study plan with homework assignments given Monday-Thursday to bring home the concepts covered in each week’s class.

Course Meetings for the March 9th SAT Test Date:

Wednesday, February 20th, 2:15 pm-5:15 pm Test #1

Friday, February 22nd, 3:00-6:00 pm Passage Based Reading

Wednesday, February 27th, 2:15 pm-5:15 pm Test #2

Friday, March 1st, 3:00-6:00 pm Mathematics

Wednesday, March 6th, 3:00 pm-6:00 pm Writing

Friday, March 8th, 3:00 pm-6:00 pm Mathematics

Click to Download: Artesia March 9th SAT Application

Tutor Zone Methodology

Many tutoring organizations can claim to have individualized instruction, but Tutor Zone is one tutoring center that promises one full hour of one-on-one tutoring. This gives the opportunity for the student and tutor to work on concepts they are struggling with. Furthermore, your child will work with the same tutor every single time which allows them to build a solid relationship with one another.

Why Tutor Zone

Tutor Zone has been a place that has helped solidify skills for students for more than 10 years. We understand students may not want to go to tutoring. However, our methods and our approach towards education make learning enjoyable. This is one place we assure parents their children will love coming to. Each individualized lessons breaks down concepts in step by step making sure students grasp the concept and don't just memorize.