ACT Tutoring in Arlington (Texas)
Regardless of whether you are a student who is taking the ACT for the first time, or someone who has already taken the exam for themselves and is looking to improve their score, it is important to have some form of guidance along the way to help you understand how to properly study for the ACT exam and develop a greater comprehension of the material. Manhattan Review can provide individualized attention to students who are looking for assistance with our private tutoring option, available in both in-person and online options to students in the Arlington area. Students can also take advantage of Manhattan Review's group courses and practice tests to help them prepare, and these options are available independently of or in combination with the private tutoring option. Manhattan Review has been providing tutoring services for students looking to prepare for the ACT since 1999, and students in the Arlington area can take advantage of the unique benefits that Manhattan Review tutors can offer their students.
Students who utilize Manhattan Review tutors can choose between studying for the exam in-person or online depending on what they feel is the best way for them to prepare themselves. Manhattan Review tutors offer flexible scheduling, and if a student chooses the in-person option for the Arlington area, they can work with the tutor in a mutually agreed upon location that benefits both the student and instructor. Manhattan Review tutors can also offer their students a customizable learning plan that can be customized according to their strengths and weaknesses, allowing them to gain the skills that will lead to a generally stronger and well-rounded performance on the day of the test. Tutors can also be used in combination with the group course option that Manhattan Review offers. With an increasing number of students getting tutoring to help them on the ACT exam, having someone to assist you in your ACT preparation is an increasingly important component of having a successful performance on the day of the test.
Students in the Arlington area who take advantage of Manhattan Review's private tutoring option for the ACT will have the reassurance of knowing that previous students who have utilized our tutors have gone on to achieve a higher score when taking the exam, resulting in a higher rate of success in their college applications. Students have translated their improved ACT scores into acceptance at such highly ranked universities as Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Oxford, Cambridge, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, William and Mary, Emory, Brown, and many others across the world. Students have also gotten into Texan schools such as University of Texas at Arlington, University of Texas at Austin, and Rice University. After finishing their academic careers, students have also been able to turn their academic success into career success with careers around the world at various companies such as General Motors, Microsoft, Apple, JP Morgan and Chase, and many others. Call or email one of Manhattan Review's academic program advisors today to learn more about what we can offer you.
ACT Private Tutoring
ACT Private Course
Manhattan Review Prep
1500 Convention Center Dr
Arlington, TX 76011
Phone: (212) 316-2000
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Meet an Arlington ACT Tutor: Jay M.
Jay M. is originally from Salt Lake City, but moved to Arlington shortly after finishing his education due to the opportunities for educators in the area. He has a Bachelor's degree in English from Emory, and a Master's degree in education from Rice University, which was part of the inspiration behind his subsequent move to become an English teacher and tutor in the Arlington area.
Jay has been helping students with their SAT and ACT preparation since his time in graduate school, where he translated his own strong performance on the ACT exam into helping students with their own exam preparation. His specialty is the English section of the exam, but he is familiar with the math portion of the exam as well and believes that a strong foundation in language is a critical component to understanding the questions on the exam.