SAT Tutoring in St. Louis (Missouri)

SAT Tutoring in St. Louis

Offering the most customizable and advanced SAT tutoring services available, Manhattan Review has now made its private tutoring programs available right here in St. Louis. High school students are able to master their weakest and strongest subjects with the one-on-one attention from a world-class SAT tutor. Receive personalized preparation as well as learning plan customized to your individual learning needs which will enable you to enter the SAT exam with confidence. We have strategically analyzed the SAT over the past fifteen years and been able to organize the information into a high-quality, easy-to-understand course syllabus. Within the hands of our experienced tutors, your results will receive the attention of the finest undergraduate programs in the U.S. You'll be able to submit bulletproof applications to Yale, Brown, Harvard, Stanford, MIT and NYU.

Perhaps you'd like to stay in your own backyard and attend the impeccable Saint Louis University or University of Missouri- St. Louis. With the massive stacks of applications these universities receive each year, its imperative you differentiate yourself to stand out. We take the time to work towards a unique path to get you a top tier score to do just that. Between our Interactive Online Courses, weekend courses and private tutoring options, we have the flexibility needed for the busiest of schedules. When we scoured the Lou for the best-educated, knowledgeable instructors we didn't stop until we found those with equally passionate attitudes towards teaching. Then we match you with one of these world-class tutors who best suits your learning style. We know no two students are the same and treat each one uniquely.

Trends have shown those with higher SAT scores find better jobs following graduation or entrance into the finest MBA programs and law schools. The first step is achieving a high percentile score. We have watched our past students take the next step to a bright future at law schools around the nation or the most well-known MBA programs. We invite you to first read the profiles on our distinguished private tutors. You'll soon discover why Manhattan Review has been noted as the industry leader in exam prep around the globe.

SAT Private Tutoring

Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online

SAT Private Course

12 hours in total, Personalized 1-on-1 Course, In Person or Live Online
SAT Prep Course St. Louis - 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.)

St. Louis

Primary Course Venue:

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St. Louis Teaching Center at the Sheraton
7730 Bonhomme Avenue
Clayton, MO 63105

Phone: (314) 558-6282

NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.

Meet a St. Louis SAT Tutor: David E.

David has been working in classrooms and private tutoring sessions for more than six years now as a testament to his love of teaching. Over this time he has helped more than 400 students on an eclectic range of subjects. Taking his undergrad at the University of California- Berkley, David helped his peers shine while he tutored them and managed his tuition costs at the same time. Then he went on to graduate school at Cornell, where he received his Masters in Cognitive Psychology. His love of learning, and how others learn, only solidified his love of teaching.

David is no stranger to inspiring young scholars whose parents have enrolled them in his classes. He constantly finds creative ways to motivate and engage his students using his Cognitive Psych degree. Once we turned over our world-class curriculum to David he spun it into understandable lessons and language which resulted in high praises on his evaluations.

One of David's many past times outside of class, is writing his own novel about an inspiring high school student battling a learning disability who beats the odds. It's just one way David keeps his vocabulary and punctuation skills sharp. Another favorite hobby is completing the daily crossword puzzle in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.