SAT Prep Tutoring
DVD Study Guide for the SAT
SAT Tutor in a Box is the the definitive SAT Study and Tutoring Guide. The importance of the college acceptance process relies heavily on SAT scores. The most common misconception about the College SAT is it’s a test of intelligence, and you can’t study for it. As a Master SAT tutor, Mike Rosenstark has developed a proven system that teaches the fundamentals of how the test is constructed, making the SAT conquerable by any student.
Meet the Instructor
“I’ve been called America’s Best SAT Tutor. I’ve taken the SAT dozens of times, with multiple 1600s (pre-2005) and 2400s (post-2005), and 36s on the ACT. With SAT Tutor in a Box, I prepare you to take the SAT by storm and boost your score by hundreds of points. It’s like one-on-one tutoring with me, but with the ability to rewind, repeat, and skip anything you like.”
SAT Tutor In a Box is a DVD set part of a private SAT Tutoring course taught by Mike Rosenstark to students all over the United States. Mike is also available to be hired for Private SAT Lessons. Please contact him here.
“My technique is not based on simple ‘tricks,’ although a wealth of information about how you can get your best score on test day is included. It’s a technical approach, focused on diagnosis, training, and retention. What people think of as ‘tricks’ are often, in reality, small changes to your test-taking that can quickly boost your score. I include dozens of these on Disc 1, The Basics.
“I have taken the SAT several times each year for over a decade, and a few years ago I began taking the ACT as well. My personal bests are five 1600s in a row on the old pre-2005 SAT, multiple 2400s on the new SAT and 36s on the ACT.”
9 Instructional Discs
Learn the fundamentals of Sentence Structure Comprehend and Master Reading Tricks Write Like a Pro Exponents, Functions, Algebra, and more. Easy-to-use Memory Tricks
Learn the fundamentals of Sentence Structure
Comprehend and Master Reading Tricks
Write Like a Pro
Exponents, Functions, Algebra, and more.
Easy-to-use Memory Tricks