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Receive personally tailored CSAP/ TCAP lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

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If your student is attending public school in Colorado, he or she will need to take Transitional Colorado Assessment Program (TCAP) during grades three through ten. The assessment is designed to provide teachers with a detailed analysis about each student's academic performances, and to help Colorado teachers provide their students with the most effective instruction possible. The current version of the TCAP consists of a Mathematics section, a Reading section, and a Writing section. In most grades, each section is presented in three sessions of three hours each, resulting in approximately nine hours total of testing time.

Due to the amount of time spent taking the exam and its mixture of multiple-choice and constructed response questions, students can encounter a wide variety of difficulties on test day, possibly struggling with the tests content and formatting, having to battle test exhaustion, or simply facing anxiety at the prospect of such an exam. Varsity Tutors can help you connect with personal TCAP tutoring throughout Colorado who can help your student face his or her exam with confidence. A superb personal instructor can help your student understand the material he or she finds most confusing and learn valuable test-taking strategies that can help him or her not only on the TCAP, but also when taking other standardized exams.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Online CSAP/ TCAP Tutoring review by Jason
During the session we reviewed another practice test and focused our attention on other elements of the writing section as well as strategy for the critical reasoning section (more specifically the vocabulary questions). We spent about half the time on the Math.
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Online CSAP/ TCAP Tutoring review by Henry
We worked on one section of grammar and 2 sections of Math today from Practice Exam 3. We also studied vocab questions from one Reading section and the student was able to answer a few more questions. He is also improving upon his technique for answering vocab questions by analyzing the sentences to see why type of word would fit (versus answering based on definitions).
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Online CSAP/ TCAP Tutoring review by Michael
The student was not very sure of herself, especially in the math section, so I spent most of the session building her confidence and reviewing key concepts from Algebra II and Geometry. She simply needed guidance setting up the problems. I then worked with Student #2 in the writing section. I discussed subject-verb agreement, parallelism, logical comparisons, possessive adjectives, etc. He was familiar with test strategy, so I had him take educated guesses and do his best to apply all the rules.
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Online CSAP/ TCAP Tutoring review by Sandy
Today we went over the student's essay, which she had written in the last session. We then spent the rest of the session focusing on math. In particular, we worked on word problems, rate problems, and geometry problems. I taught her some strategies for dealing with word problems and rate problems in particular.
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Online CSAP/ TCAP Tutoring review by Jaclyn
We continued with the English sections, solidifying a lot of the grammar points she either hadn't learned or had forgotten. I'm excited to see how she continues to improve.
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Online CSAP/ TCAP Tutoring review by Alexander
Today we worked on more PSAT-type Critical Reading practice. We reviewed the passage from last week and worked on two more (rather lengthy) passages that I had assigned as homework. The student did quite well with the passages, and we had a few incorrect answers to work through. The student's conceptual understanding seems to be pretty good and he knows some of the Critical Reading passage 'tips' and 'tricks'. One of the issues that arose a few times yesterday was how to deal with passages whose questions end with "except"; those questions require a bit of "backwards" thinking, and that tripped the student up a few times, so we'll continue working on those. I left him with some SAT grammar practice, and soon we'll begin discussing (and writing about) 1984 to encourage both grammar and critical thinking practice. Great session!
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