The first thing that you should do is to calm down.
Many engines will consume some oil during their “break-in” period.
Some engines will consume some oil all during their normal lifetime.
If you are approaching the time for the first oil change, then I assume that your odometer mileage is nearing 3,000, as that is the specified interval for the first oil change with this engine. While we don’t know precisely how much oil was consumed, from the figures that you gave us, it appears that a little more than 1 qt was consumed in ~3k miles. That is a totally normal rate of consumption at this point.
I can tell you from my own experience with this same engine that I also added about 1 qt of oil during the first 3k miles. The difference between you and me is that I checked my oil every few weeks, and as a result, I added ~1/2 qt after ~1k miles, and another 1/2 qt at around 2,700 miles. (Hint: Even on a new car, you should be checking the dipstick on a regular basis, rather than waiting for the low oil level light to come on. The object is to never let the oil level fall more than 1 qt below the full mark, and as you can see, I add 1/2 qt as soon as the dipstick shows this slight drop.)
In the next interval between oil changes (~4k miles), I only needed to add 1/2 qt of oil in total, and it has stayed at that level of consumption since then, with a current odometer reading just shy of 20k miles. So–in other words, the rate of oil consumption for your engine will most likely level out at ~1/2 qt per 4,000 miles, which is absolutely, totally normal.
Car manufacturers will frequently state that consuming as much as 1 qt of oil per 1,000 miles is “within the normal range” of consumption. No, that rate is not desirable, but it is also not unheard-of. Many owners of new-ish Audis report an oil consumption rate of 1 qt every 600 miles, and Audi claims that this rate is within normal limits for their engines. I have a close friend whose Toyota consistently uses about 1 1/2 qts between his 5k mile oil changes. If your engine, like mine, winds up consuming 1/2 qt in 4k miles, you should not be complaining about this rate of consumption.
So–do yourself a big favor, and get into the habit of lifting the hood every couple of weeks in order to check all of the fluid levels. Also, get into the habit of manually checking your tire pressure every few weeks. Yes, there is an electronic sensor to warn you of low tire pressure, just as there is a sensor to warn you of a low oil level, but it is better to correct tire pressure sooner, rather than later–just like it is better to add oil a little bit at a time as the level drops.