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With something as important as the SAT on the line, you want to ensure your child gets the very best math tutoring experience. Our expert SAT prep tutors help students work through practice exams and explain tough high school math topics like linear equations and data analysis.

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Having experience in various math topics Ashwin makes a great SAT math tutor. He builds students' confidence by teaching them to figure things out independently. He relates math problems to their current interests to help boost the student's understanding of and excitement for the material.

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With experience tutoring students in a wide range of ages and math subjects, including studying for the SAT, John's methods emphasize the value of using examples to learn math. He builds each student's confidence in their math skills by practicing with them consistently.

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Adam is a dedicated math tutor, ensuring students understand foundational concepts before progressing to more complex topics. His tutoring approach is tailored to build a solid mathematical foundation, enhancing both problem-solving skills and test-taking strategies. Adam's expertise helps students by focusing on conceptual understanding and effective practice techniques

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Hervey is a seasoned math tutor with over 25,000 hours of tutoring experience since 2014. He has a bachelor's degree in mathematics from the University of Central Florida and utilizes a methodical approach to ensure thorough understanding. Hervey is dedicated to making learning engaging and ensures that all student questions are answered comprehensively during sessions

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Kendra is a certified high school math teacher with a master's degree in math education from the University of Texas at Arlington. She has been tutoring since 2022, focusing on grades 9-12. Kendra's tutoring style is personalized, using her students' interests to make lessons more engaging and effective.

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Kimberly is a proficient math tutor specializing in a wide range of courses and SAT prep. She has been tutoring since 2014 and is known for her flexible and student-led teaching approach, emphasizing the importance of building confidence and self-efficacy in her students. Kimberly focuses on meeting students where they are in their math journey to ensure comprehensive understanding and success​

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Is your child ready for the SAT math section?

Your child’s scores on the College Board SAT exam can make or break their chances of acceptance at their dream university. The math portion of this standardized test is particularly challenging because it requires both a thorough knowledge of computational mathematics and sharp, accurate problem-solving skills.Whether your child is preparing to take the test for the first time or trying to boost their previous SAT scores, a private SAT math tutor can help. With an SAT math tutor from Learner, your child can solidify their understanding of essential math concepts and hone their testing skills to get the best possible score.

Tutoring for every age group and level

At Learner, we believe that anyone can improve their algebra skills. Learner teaches all age groups and grade levels, whether you or your child are in elementary, high school, or in college.

Top locations

It's becoming harder for students to find qualified private online math tutors who live in their area. Learner's primary goal is to solve this problem by connecting students with online algebra tutors who are a good fit for them. This way, students can work with qualified teachers worldwide without ever needing to leave their homes. Here are a handful of the locations with the highest demand for online tutoring.

Benefits students can expect from working with Learner

Thorough math instruction

The SAT math section covers a wide range of topics from pre-algebra and geometry to trigonometry and pre-calculus. In order to score well, students need a deep understanding of these foundational concepts. Our SAT tutors take the time to teach each student at their own pace and build up their knowledge of math fundamentals.

Practical test prep tips

Even students who felt confident in middle school and elementary math often have trouble with the SAT math test. They need to be able to instantly recall the correct strategy or formula for each problem. Sharp mental math skills are also important for the no-calculator section. Our SAT prep tutors help students practice their problem-solving skills effectively to prepare them for test day.

More confidence and personal responsibility

Another important part of a student’s senior year of high school is to prepare for the increased pace and responsibility of college. With Learner, students get the chance to work one-on-one with an experienced math teacher who can help them study effectively and take more responsibility for their education. Seeing progress in their grades and scores gives students more confidence.

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Choosing the right online SAT math tutor

When you’re looking for an SAT mathematics tutor for your child, don’t settle for just anyone. Choose someone who has the right education and a lot of experience with SAT math test prep. Study methods for the SAT are always evolving, so you need to get a math instructor who can improve your child’s test-taking skills as well as their math knowledge.

With Learner, you can be confident your child’s SAT math tutor is an expert with the skills to help your child dramatically boost their SAT math score. We only hire the best of the best, and we guarantee your satisfaction with our program.

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Why students love Learner.

Chelsea from Learner helped me to get a full ride to Duke University.

“Chelsea from Learner was the perfect match for me. She customized the training so that it would push me hard - but not too hard where I would get frustrated. I worked with Chelsea for years because she took a genuine interest in me and my future.”

"Stephanie taught me how to be more organized. I was getting Bs and Cs before I started working with her. I used to get overwhelmed before studying for a test. Stephanie taught me how to create “study guides” so I’d have all the big ideas in one place. I am now getting As and Bs and my parents are much happier."

"When I first started working with Alan, I told him I would never be good at math. I barely passed my first two years of high school math and I needed one more hard math class to graduate. Alan believed in me and worked with me on the basics. Little by little, he built up my confidence to the point where I realized I am good at math and I did well in the class."

How does Learner SAT math tutoring work?

Answer questions about your child's background and unique needs.

Schedule a call with our Academic Advisor to identify learning goals and objectives.

We will custom match the right tutor for your child. Your initial session is commitment-free.

Top reasons to work with Learner for SAT math tutoring

Our online math tutoring services are designed to help students master the math topics on the SAT and give them reliable test preparation tips. We help students discover the best strategies to use on test day and give them the tools to prepare for college algebra and calculus.

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Personalized test prep

We match each student with the right tutor based on learning style and grade level. Whether your student is a high school junior preparing for their first SAT exam or a senior trying to maximize their score, they will get customized instruction from an amazing tutor.

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Advanced online platform

Your child’s tutoring sessions take place in our virtual classroom, which is accessible on a range of devices. With an interactive whiteboard and upload feature, students can work through practice problems with their tutor and see real-time solutions to tough linear equations.

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Reliable progress tracking

Of course, you get to see your child’s progress in their improved SAT score, but you don’t have to wait until they take the test to see how they’re doing. After each tutoring session, you get a thorough progress report showing your child’s improvement.

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100% satisfaction guarantee

Our team is made up of the best tutors online, and we stand by that with our 100% risk-free satisfaction guarantee. Your initial session is commitment-free with NO subscription obligation.

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Why choose Learner for SAT math tutoring?

One-on-one instruction

Your child can hone their SAT math knowledge and study skills with help from a tutor chosen specifically for them.

Online study tools

Our cutting-edge online platform makes it easy for students and teachers to collaborate together on practice problems.

Practical test prep help

With a Learner tutor, your child gets SAT math lessons that address their unique test prep challenges.

Exceptional instructors

Learner tutors are outstanding educators with proven track records of helping their students improve SAT and ACT math scores.

How to find SAT math test prep tutors near me

A private tutor can help your child prepare for the SAT exam, but not every instructor can ensure results. And if you live outside of a big city, it can be hard to find any local test prep experts. With online tutoring from Learner, you can give your child access to top SAT math test prep educators who have a proven history of helping students boost their test scores.

Preparing for the math section of the SAT exam isn’t just about studying basic math concepts and word problems. Your child also needs to learn effective test-taking strategies to solve problems within the time constraints of the exam. At Learner, our SAT math tutors customize sessions to address each student's unique goals and challenges.

Online tutoring is especially effective for SAT test prep. It gives students more practice solving problems in a virtual setting similar to the online format of modern standardized tests. Our tutors help students work through problems step-by-step so they truly understand the reason behind common formulas and algorithms.

With Learner, your student can attend their tutoring lessons from the comfort of home. They’ll get detailed feedback after each session so they can study more effectively. It’s the best way to help your child prepare to score well on the SAT without putting them through the stress of group prep programs with limited one on one interfacing with the instructor. Schedule a risk-free SAT math tutoring session!

Top Benefits of Working with an Online SAT Math Tutor

Personalized lessons

Regarding SAT math content, there will be some concepts that a student already thoroughly understands and others that they need a better gauge on. A private tutor can use their time with a student to work on their weak spots and make plans based on what the student is interested in. A lot of SAT math involves applying mathematical concepts to real-world situations. Once a tutor knows what a student’s hobbies and interests are, they can turn these things into practice questions for greater student engagement.

Boosted confidence

To do well on the SAT, you need to understand the material and remember what you've learned, but you also need to be confident. The more confident a student feels, the more likely they are to persevere through complex questions and try new approaches when something isn’t working, which leads to better test scores. A tutor can give a student the encouragement and positive feedback they need to feel more confident.

Test-taking skills

Understanding SAT math content will only take a student so far on test day. The SAT is timed so that students have an average of 1 minute and 10 seconds to spend on each question, but some questions may be more complex and require more time. Students can learn necessary SAT test-taking skills from a private tutor to help them make the most of their precious time on test day.

Match Pace

In order to cover all the required material in group SAT classes, instructors must follow a set pace when delivering lesson plans. Some students might be able to keep up and remember what they learn at this speed, but others might need more help. In private tutoring sessions, teachers can always adjust their pace to suit the needs of the pupils. A private tutor may always put the student's needs first if they require more time to ask questions or to reexplain a concept.

Fewer Distractions

Larger classroom sizes can be disruptive for a variety of reasons. Peers can sometimes take a student's attention away, and when they have to speak in front of a group, they may feel nervous. This is yet another factor that makes private SAT tutoring more effective than class instruction. If there are no other things going on, students will be able to focus on the material and get through it quickly.

What Should You Look for in an SAT Math Tutor?

Adaptable

When a student is upset or feeling like they've failed, a tutor must keep their cool. There will likely be times when a student hits a wall or feels like giving up, and in those instances, they will need a patient tutor willing to work with them until they experience that “light bulb” moment.

Motivated

One factor distinguishing between a good and an excellent tutor is the instructor’s motivation. If the instructor is motivated by helping their student succeed on the SATs and get their desired score, they are much more likely to significantly impact the student than a tutor who is simply trying to make a little extra money.

Adaptable

Not every student is going to approach the SAT in the same way. While there may be universal test-taking tips and tricks that help all students, every student will also need personalized approaches and assistance to help them excel. A good tutor can watch a student and figure out how they learn best. They will then be able to plan lessons around the student’s strengths and weaknesses.

Enthusiastic

Between the difficulty of the exam content and the pressure riding on it, tutors may be hard-pressed to find a tutee who is excited by the idea of the SAT. That’s not to say that SAT prep has to be miserable. If a tutor shows up to their lessons full of energy and enthusiasm and includes engaging and exciting content in their sessions, SAT tutoring will be far more enjoyable and productive for the student.

Communicative

Another factor that distinguishes between a good tutor and an excellent tutor is communication. Even if a teacher is very good at SAT math, if they can’t explain concepts and test-taking strategies in a clear and digestible way, the student won’t be able to understand and remember them.

Empathetic

The SAT can invoke lots of complex emotions in students. Some students may need to do well on the test to get a scholarship they need for college, while others may have a hard time with test anxiety. No matter what they are going through, a good tutor can help students work through their emotional hurdles.

Humble

No one likes to be around people who are too proud or full of themselves, but in a one-on-one tutoring situation, these traits can be even more harmful. One of the primary benefits of tutoring is that it helps create a safe learning environment for students where they feel comfortable asking questions and opening up about their struggling areas. A student is likely to feel at ease with a modest and unassuming tutor.

Ambitious

An excellent tutor will help a student strive for the best SAT score possible. If a tutor isn’t ambitious with their hopes and expectations for their students, their students are less likely to aim high and achieve results they are proud of.

Frequently Asked SAT Math Tutoring Questions

How is online tutoring different from in-person tutoring?

In-person SAT math tutoring has existed for decades, and online tutoring is simply the next evolution. With an online platform like Learner, you can access a big pool of exceptional tutors without worrying whether they live in your area. Many students find that accessing the online platform from the comfort of home helps them concentrate and focus better.


What are the qualifications of your SAT math tutors?

Our tutors are experts on the SAT math test. They know the concepts and understand the way questions are worded. Every Learner SAT math tutor can help students recognize wrong multiple-choice answers quickly and give them reliable tips to improve their studying and test-taking skills.

Do my child and I get to choose an SAT math tutor?

Our Academic Advisor will discuss your child’s unique needs and recommend a tutor that matches their learning style. However, you get the final say in which tutor your child has and can request a new tutor if you aren’t satisfied with your child’s experience.

What does an SAT math tutor do?

A private SAT math test prep tutor helps students prepare to take or retake the SAT. Our tutors specifically focus on the math sections of the exam and help students improve their speed and accuracy with no-calculator problems. Learner tutors also explain complicated math concepts from high school algebra and college calculus.


What can we do if the SAT math tutor isn’t a good fit for us?

Our proprietary matching system does a great job of matching students with tutors, but there is always room for change if necessary. If you or your child feel that the tutor isn’t ideal, let us know so we can switch you to another tutor at no extra cost.

When can I schedule the first SAT math tutoring session?

It takes a little bit of time to match your student with the perfect SAT math tutor, but you can expect to have the first session in a few days of contacting us. The first lesson is completely free and gives your child the chance to make sure they’re comfortable with their tutor.

How does online SAT math tutoring work?

At Learner, we have a cutting-edge online classroom where tutoring sessions are held. Tutors and students can work on practice tests together on the interactive whiteboard. Students can also upload practice problems to ask for help or demonstrate their problem-solving strategies to their tutors. Each session is automatically recorded for students to access during study sessions.

Can an SAT math tutor help my child improve their grades?

Definitely. While our SAT math tutoring is focused on the specific knowledge and skills needed for standardized tests, your student can expect to improve their performance in their high school math classes as well.

How much does an SAT math tutor cost?

SAT math tutoring services vary in cost, and sometimes there are discounts for purchasing multiple hours in bulk. In most cases, however, you’ll pay about $90 to $120 per hour.


How do you become an online SAT math tutor?

If you want to be an SAT math tutor with Learner, you need to have several years of math test prep tutoring experience, including time spent teaching online. We also require our tutors to have at least a bachelor’s degree. You need to have an effective teaching style and proof that your students have improved their SAT test scores.

Is SAT math tutoring tax deductible?

No. According to the IRS, personal expenses, like the cost of a private SAT math tutor, are not eligible deductions.


What is your refund policy?

We offer a full satisfaction guarantee with our service. If you aren’t completely happy with your child’s tutor, you can request a new one at no additional charge

Learner SAT Scholarship

Scholarship Award: $500

The Learner SAT Tutoring Scholarship is an annual $500 scholarship that’s open to all high school who are serious about taking the SAT. The next deadline to apply is June 30, 2024, and winners will be announced on July 30, 2024.

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EDUCATORS: HOW TO HELP YOUR STUDENTS

The 20 Must-Know SAT Math Questions to Achieve Your Dream Score

Prepare your students for SAT Math success with our curated set of 20 challenging practice questions. We've meticulously reviewed past SAT Math exams to provide your students with targeted practice in the exam's four main sections: Heart of Algebra, Problem Solving & Data Analysis, Passport to Advanced Math, and Additional Topics in Math. Help your students achieve their best scores by incorporating these questions into your lesson plans and homework assignments today.

Heart of Algebra

1. Solving for a variable from formula:

In optics, the formula 1/f = 1/d0 + 1/di relates the distance of the image from the mirror to the distance of the object (d0) and the focal length (f) of the mirror. Solve this equation for the distance of the image (di).

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2. System of Linear Equations (word problem):

A water dispenser manufacturer fills its bottles from a 750 gallon tank of water. The company sells the water bottles in 2-gallon and 5-gallon sizes. One day, 706 gallons were emptied from the tank to fill 182 bottles. If the company makes a $1.25 profit on the 2-gallon bottles and $2.05 profit on the 5-gallon bottles, by what amount - to the nearest dollar - did the profit on the 5-gallon bottles exceed the profit on the 2-gallon bottles on that day?

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3. System of Linear Equations (undetermined coefficient):

(1/5)x - (2/3)y = 6
8x + (1-k)y = -13

If the system of equations above has zero solutions, what is the value of the constant k ?

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4. Rates (motion):

Stephen rides a bike from town A to a nearby town B. If he travels 27 miles per hour, he will arrive 20 minutes early. If he travels 18 miles per hour, he will be 15 minutes late. At what speed (in miles per hour) will he arrive to town B exactly on time?

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5. Rates (relating volumes):

Jane made elderberry juice and stored it into a 1.5 liter pitcher. Mia came over to try the juice and Jane poured it into a glass. The amount of juice that Jane poured into the glass was so that both the glass and the pitcher were now 6/7ths full. What is the volume of the glass in milliliters? (1 liter = 1000 milliliters)

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6. Linear Functions (standard form coefficients):

A line in the xy-plane with a standard form equation Ax + By = C passes through points (-6, 7) and (4, -1). If A is an integer greater than 1, what is the smallest possible value of the coefficient B?

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Problem Solving & Data Analysis

7. Multiple Unit Conversions (density):

Students are performing an experiment with hydrogen gas. They have a 900 gallon air-tight empty vessel into which they release 940 grams of hydrogen gas. The gas distributes in the vessel, and they next release an additional 3.6 liters of hydrogen into the vessel. What is the final density of the hydrogen gas in the vessel in kilograms per cubic meter? Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a kilogram. (Density is equal to the mass divided by volume and 100 gallons = 0.3785 cubic meters)

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8. Cumulative Percent Discount:

A home appliance store sells refrigerators. If a floor model is designated for sale, its sticker price is marked down 25% with a sign “Floor Model Sale.” If it is not sold in three weeks, it is marked down another 10% off of the reduced price. Every 3 weeks it is not sold, it gets marked down by an additional 10% of its last reduced price. What is the sale price of a refrigerator whose sticker price was $1800 and it was sold 10 weeks after it was designated for sale? Express your answer in the units of dollars.

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9. Exponential vs Linear Model (population):

In the year 2010, population of a town was 15,400. At the next census, taken in the year 2020, the population was 19,700. If the population is assumed to have been growing according to the linear model, by what percent would the population in the year 2006 be smaller than the population in 2006 if exponential model of population of growth was assumed? Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a percent.

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10. Weighted Average and Percent Change:

Ms. Felps’ class has 23 students. On the test day, 6 were absent, and the remaining students took the test. The test was graded on a scale from 0 to 80 points. The average point score for the students that took the test was 64. At the end of the week, the 6 students that were absent took a make-up test scaled on the same range of points as the original test. Their average was 70 points. Ms. Felps then computed the average of the entire class. By what percent did the original average increase once all the scores were accounted for in the new class average? Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a percent.

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11. Probability from Contingency Table Data:

In a study done for a medication that treats back pain, doctors gave patients experiencing back pain either a test drug or a placebo (sugar pill). The patients were split into two equally sized groups, and were not told which group they belonged to. Upon completion of the experiment, the doctors found that of the patients that were given the drug, the drug was effective in treating back pain for 84 patients and was not effective for 29 patients. Additionally, they found that 3 times as many patients found the drug effective as those who were given the sugar pill and whose back pain was cured.

Based on these results, what is the probability, rounded to the nearest percent, that if a test patient’s back pain is not cured, they were given the sugar pill?

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12. Statistics - Distribution Parameters (range):

A set of seven integers is ordered from smallest to greatest. The only mode is 12, and the median is 8. What is the smallest possible range of this data set?

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13. (Non-linear) System of equations:

y + 2 = |x|

y2 + 4 = x2

If (a, b) is a solution to the above system, what is one possible value of y - x ?

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14. Quadratic Equation Solution (Expression):

If 3p/2 is a solution to the equation -2x2 + 12x = 18, what is the value of -p2 + p/2 ?

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15. Non-linear Variation (percent):

Electrostatic force is a force experienced between charged matter. If two objects are both charged, the magnitude of the electrostatic force is given by the formula

Fel = k q1 q2 / r2

Where k is a universal constant, q1 and q2 are magnitudes of object charges, and r is the distance between their centers of mass. If the two objects move farther apart, the force between them decreases. If the force between two objects decreases by 80%, and their charges stay the same, by what percent does the distance between them increase? Round your answer to the nearest percent.

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16. Function Transformations (absolute value):

The function f(x) = -3|x - 1| + 1 is reflected about the y-axis, then shifted 3 units to the left and 1 unit down. The function that is the result of this transformation is g(x). For what value of x is g(x) = f(0) ?

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17. Zeros of Polynomial (synth div/factoring by grouping/sum of solutions):

If x = -1 is a root of the polynomial

p(x) = 3x4 - 4x3 - 4x2 - 4x - 7

What is the sum of all of the roots of this polynomial?

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18. Exponential Equation w Substitution:

What is one solution to the equation below?

32 3−𝑥− 10 · 3 3−𝑥 + 32 = 0

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19. Area of circular sector

A dartboard is in the shape of a circle with the bull’s eye being a smaller circle in the center of the dartboard. Outside of the bull’s eye, it is divided by radial lines into 20 equal sectors.

If the diameter of the bull’s eye is 2 inches, and the diameter of the dartboard is 18 inches, what is the area of one of the 20 sectors?

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20. Special Right Triangles and Complex Numbers Arithmetic

Sarah wants to create a complex number

z = a + b*i

where a and b are real numbers, and i is an imaginary number such that i2 = -1. She has a right triangle with the two acute angles of 300 and 600. The hypotenuse of this triangle is 6. She makes a equal to the shorter leg, and b equal to the longer leg of her triangle. Ryan takes Sarah’s number and squares it. What number does Ryan get?

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