If the real SAT takes places over four hours in a classroom, why do many tutors often have students practice one section at a time alone at home?

Simply put, they don't have the resources to create a realistic, valuable setting. We believe there is no substitute for timed, proctored SAT practice in a classroom setting, so each course includes four full-length practice SATs administered under standard test conditions.

We've found that taking these practice tests in a realistic setting is the best way to reduce test anxiety. TestTakers students enter the real test with the confidence that nothing can surprise them.