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SAT Prep Course

Thursdays or Sundays

  (12 Hours Total)

SAT Bootcamps 2021

Our Mission is to help your student excel in Mathematics and beyond. Tutoring and small group classes for subjects such as Math, SAT, ACT, and Study Skills.Serving towns throughout the North Shore of MA, including Topsfield, Boxford, Middleton, Georgetown, Ipswich, Rowley, Hamilton, Wenham, Beverly and beyond.

College Preparation including SAT/ACT tutoring and classes, application and essay help. Mathematics tutoring at both Middle and High School levels including Algebra I & II, Geometry, Precalculus, Trigonometry, Calculus and Statistics.


Customized ​Learning 


  • Build individual strengths and knowledge base

  • Boost student confidence

  • Create individual learning plans

  • Increase abilities

  • Create action plan for outside of tutoring sessions

Proven Success

  • Team Approach to problem solving for student success

  • A tutoring agency founded and run by tutors and teachers

Different Students  Require Different

Approaches to Learning

  • Whole Child Approach

  • Each student has his or her own learning style

  • Focus attention and to fill in gaps in subjects students are working on

  • Build Confidence to help foster a change of attitude toward any subject that has been a challenge

Test Prep

  • SAT/ACT exam prep is a core focus for Parker River Tutoring

  • Reduce test-taking anxiety 

  • Private School Entrance Exams

  • MTEL

In The News

The Myth of 'I'm Bad at Math'

“I’m just not a math person.”

We hear it all the time. And we’ve had enough. Because we believe that the idea of “math people” is the most self-destructive idea in America today. The truth is, you probably are a math person, and by thinking otherwise, you are possibly hamstringing your own career. Worse, you may be helping to perpetuate a pernicious myth that is harming underprivileged children—the myth of inborn genetic math ability.

October 28, 2013

Why Kids Should Keep Using Their Fingers to do Math


Nearly all kids learn how to count using their fingers. But as kids grow older and math problems become more advanced, the act of counting on fingers is often discouraged or seen as a less intelligent way to think. However, educators, parents and students who frown on kids for using their fingers may be cutting short a greater opportunity: the strengthening of brain networks.

April 13, 2016


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