SAT Tutoring in Manhattan

SAT private tutoring in Manhattan (New York)

Sometimes the most helpful SAT test prep involves the direct approach of one-on-one tutoring to troubleshoot areas of weakness and develop those difficulties. The SAT works like a yardstick. This measuring tool tells higher learning institutions about a student's overall learning potential. This can be a rough gauge, considering that test taking conditions and performance factor into what percentile the student scores. To strategize your undergraduate admissions, consider the SAT study approach with the most personalized plan for your success. Our Manhattan tutors are well trained in SAT test prep methods. Equipped with our winning syllabus and course materials, our formidable yet friendly staff can work directly with students to maximize test scores.

Our highly advanced private tutoring is so effective because it is matched and custom-fit to individual learning needs. By fine-tuning the syllabus and finessing the coursework to personal needs, students can make the most of the timeframe before SAT testing day. Leverage the power of the world-class resources available right in New York City. Many of these tutors have traveled from all around the U.S. in order to pursue their own academic and professional goals in the Big Apple. Here, at home to renowned Fortune 500 companies and businesses budding everywhere, solid SAT performance is the start of a promising undergraduate career.

Our past alumni of private tutoring services have successfully enrolled in Georgetown, Harvard, Princeton, Yale, and other top-ranking colleges and universities both public and private. If you want the in-state tuition close to home, gain the competitive edge over the droves of applicants to NYU, Columbia, Cornell, and other top schools right in the heart of Manhattan. From the best of the best in the mathematics and sciences to the most prestigious names in the arts, students who achieve top results on the SAT can proceed to their first-choice schools instead of their strategic safety picks. Begin your journey with the continuous, concentrated focus of an accomplished tutor ready to lead you toward your success on the SAT and beyond.

SAT Private Tutoring

Hours package, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online
SAT Tutoring
Manhattan
  $150.00
(per hour)
SAT Tutoring
Online
  $150.00
(per hour)

SAT Private Course

12 hours in total, Personalized 1-on-1 Course, In Person or Live Online
SAT Private Course
Manhattan
  $1,580.00
SAT Private Course
Online
  $1,580.00
SAT Prep Course Manhattan - Photo of Student Shaniqua

My instructor goes into detail with every problem. I left this SAT course with new material learned and easier ways to solve problems, which helped me out a lot. With the material I learned here I was able to up my math test scores.
- Shaniqua (This student took our SAT preparation course.)

Manhattan

Primary Course Venue:

Manhattan Review GMAT GRE LSAT Prep
275 Madison Avenue, Suite 1429
New York, NY 10016

Phone: (212) 316-2000

Meet a Manhattan SAT Tutor: Karen C.

Karen completed her Master's degree at the Institute of Fine Arts at New York University. Here, she specialized in art history, particularly concentrating on 19th century French art and turn-of-the-century expressionism. Karen has been tutoring for seven years. She worked as a writing tutor at NYU's undergraduate art history department and later served as a TA for French and post-modern European paintings. As Karen advanced in her artistic pursuits, she began to relish most teaching others how to tap into their potential. In fact, Karen recognized that articulating concepts and communicating effectively were in of themselves an art form.

Karen has expanded her tutoring services to offer more one-on-one practice and assistance, focusing on SAT test prep. She recognizes that her own scholarly journey began with a high score on the SAT, which landed her an undergraduate career at Brooklyn College in New York on a full scholarship. Karen also works as an art teacher at a local Upper East Side high school. When she's not prepping students on the art of the SAT, you may find her at her favorite yoga studio.