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My daughter really benefited from tutoring through Good Hope. Within 2 quarters, my daughter brought her GPA up by one whole point and her math grade went from an F to a low B. Amazing!
Your Child Will Gain the Following
Review grammar, usage, and mechanics to better prepare for the evidence-based reading and writing
Gain confidence through insights and practice, which includes how to manage time better, overcome test anxiety, and understand how scoring is conducted.
Know The Difference
Distinguish the difference between school exams and standardized tests.
Accuracy & Speed
Learn how to accurately solve math problems using shortcuts and other tips to manage time efficiently during the exam.
Mrs. Brown worked with my children and provided excellent tutoring services. She accessed their needs and customized a learning plan for each child that addressed their specific needs. As a result of working with her, their grades and HSPT scores improved.
Our experience with Good Hope Tutoring has been really great. It has helped my child to excel in both reading and math.
Fort Washington, MD
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ACT or SAT?
The SAT does provide formulas in the mathematics section. The ACT does not provide any formulas.
The SAT contains three sections: Reading, Math, and Writing and Language. The ACT contains four sections: Reading, Math, English, and Science. Both also have an optional essay.
The ACT tests your knowledge base (how much you know), whereas the SAT tests your thinking skills (how you think and reason).
Both tests are given 7 times per year.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the structure of the online course?
Prior to the course beginning, students take a diagnostic SAT test from their workbook which they will purchase for the course (information about this will be sent to you after registering). The first few classes will consist of reviewing the diagnostic test to go over and explain problems that the students missed. Following the first few classes, the teacher will work through important math and ELA concepts as they relate to the SAT. At the end of each class, students will be given homework to complete from their workbook. This homework will be reviewed in the next class.
Students may ask questions through the chat at any time during the class or by using the microphone after raising their hand and being called upon. Students will be on mute during instruction to maintain an orderly, quiet virtual classroom.
Does my child need to be on camera to participate?
Yes, this is so we can make sure that your child is engaged during each session.
Will breaks be scheduled throughout each session?
Yes, 1 or 2 five-minute breaks will be taken as needed.
How do I access my tutoring session?
Students will be sent a link to their virtual platform prior to the first class.
What equipment or technology will students need?
We recommend a tablet, laptop, or desktop computer with a stable internet connection, working microphone and webcam, and the ability to screen share. Further, a writing tablet or stylus is recommended, but not required, to easily write on the virtual whiteboard.
A smartphone is not recommended for group tutoring sessions.
Is an internet connection needed?
Yes, and it should be stable. Limit the number of devices in use during the session to optimize connectivity. For example, make sure other household members are not playing video games during your child's tutoring session.
Do any apps have to be download?
Yes. The Zoom app (https://zoom.us), which is free, must be downloaded either from Zoom or the Google or Apple stores.
We will also utilize supplementary apps that do not need to be downloaded but you will be granted access by a link prior to the session.
What other information do we need to know?
The student will need to purchase a workbook. We will send a link to purchase after course registration is completed.