SAT Tutoring in New York
SAT private tutoring in New York (New York)
Get the one-on-one attention you need to get high scores on the SAT. Whether you are strong in math but weaker in verbal or the other way around, Manhattan Review will pair you up with your perfect tutor in New York. Get a customized learning plan that is tailored to your unique needs. Emphasize on the areas you need to improve to bolster your scores on both sections. Our experienced SAT tutors will help you troubleshoot and evaluate your performance through SAT practice tests. This guided study approach is designed to match your needs. Unlike a classroom setting, you can get our high quality course syllabus modified to match exactly what you need to improve your score.
The SAT supplies colleges and universities with important information about your potential for academic success. Set your bar high for your achievement, and strive to impress top-ranked learning institutions. With the most competitive SAT scores, your application will stand apart from the massive stack of candidates. With limited spaces for enrollment, you want to take the extra measures to confirm your strength as a candidate. Utilize our private tutoring in New York to maximize your study period for the SAT.
Instead of wasting your time or studying the wrong material, you will prepare with a compressed coursework. As a result, like our past students, you will master the concepts to correctly answer SAT questions. If you are feeling overwhelmed by the SAT, you can work with an instructor with firsthand knowledge of and success on the test. Our tutors have attended prestigious universities around the country. Start your undergraduate career on the right note by getting into your first-choice school with the help of an accomplished tutor.
Our private tutoring students have graduated from Harvard, Princeton, Georgetown, Johns Hopkins University, MIT, and Berkeley. To benefit from the in-state tuition in New York, you can choose from the abundant local higher education offered here.
We have aided students who later enrolled in top-ranked schools all over New York. Cornell, Columbia, and NYU are all notorious names that can open the brightest opportunities for your future career. Other top-tier universities in New York include University of Rochester, Yeshiva University, Syracuse, Fordham, and Binghamton. Whether you want to study engineering or economics, finance or fashion, algebra or writing, our SAT test prep services will facilitate the right path for your higher education. Get the attention of the trendiest liberal arts colleges around, right here in New York. Vassar, Colgate, Hamilton, Barnard, Union, and St. Lawrence University, Canton are all ready to enroll tomorrow's most promising students.
SAT Private Tutoring
I like the amount of attention given to the topic and the instructor helped very much. She did a great job! My score on my diagnostic SAT went up 260 points!
- Chelsea (This student took our SAT preparation course.)
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275 Madison Avenue, Suite 1429
New York, NY 10016
Phone: (212) 316-2000
Meet a New York SAT Tutor: Aisha T.
Aisha graduated from Vassar College in 2007 and networked through creative circles in print journalism, web journalism, and film production. She matriculated at New York University's MFA program, focusing on creative writing. Later, she taught a writing course at NYU, which brought her to her next role as a Creative Director for an e-commerce catalog. Aisha feels that each new experience was a smooth transition because each step connected to the next. In this way, Aisha recognizes that sharpening problem skills for the SATs gives students the confidence and know-how to thrive in a college or university setting.
As a liberal arts major during a rough economic time, Aisha believes in persistence, a positive attitude, and making lasting first impressions. Aisha can show you how to leave such an impression as a result of high SAT scores. Aisha has written the scripts for online seminars at Harvard and Columbia. She has returned to teaching, in conjunction with Manhattan Review, to educate New York students. In her free time, Aisha writes fiction, watches good movies, and follows her book club's reading list. Aisha scored a 770 on SAT Math and 700 on SAT Verbal.