ACT Private Tutoring in Bangkok (Thailand)
Bangkok students interested in maximizing their ACT scores should consider the ACT prep services of Manhattan Review, an international educational services company founded in 1999. Our effective and rigorous ACT options include customized private ACT tutoring, tech-savvy online ACT instruction, and traditional on-site ACT prep courses. We also offer realistic ACT practice tests, which are essential to the ACT preparation process. Thousands of past students have trusted their academic prospects to Manhattan Review, and that trust has been rewarded with improved academic abilities, high test scores, and acceptance to great universities. We employ the most qualified ACT tutors and ACT classroom instructors in Bangkok, who have years of experience teaching students how to receive their target ACT scores. Unlike many other test prep firms, who focus on content memorization and dubious test-taking "tricks," Manhattan Review's ACT instruction is characterized by engagement, accessibility, and the development of higher-order thinking skills. Our innovations in test prep teaching and learning are known throughout the industry, and we look forward to helping the next generation of students succeed.
The ACT can be used by colleges and universities in any one of a number of ways. There is no official "passing" score for the ACT, but some institutions have established minimum sectional or composite ACT benchmarks. The University of North Dakota, for instance, sets ACT requirements by high school GPA. Students at 3.50 or higher need only score an 18 on the ACT in order to be considered for admission, but applicants with a GPA of 2.75-2.99 must receive an ACT score of at least 22. Most of the highly selective universities do not have any ACT minimums and will consider any ACT score, but students below the average score ranges for accepted students have extremely poor chances of admission. At Columbia University, the most recent middle-50% ACT scores for new students were 32-35, with 80% of the class scoring above 31 and 99% scoring above 26. The first step in the ACT learning process is determining the target scores necessary for optimal chances of acceptance to any given program, and students must understand that above-average ACT scores result in above-average admission prospects.
Manhattan Review's test prep clients have been accepted to Harvard, Columbia, MIT, the University of Chicago, Yale, Stanford, the University of Pennsylvania, Johns Hopkins, Cornell, Carnegie Mellon, Dartmouth, Georgetown, Brown, Duke, and a long list of other selective institutions. Academic accomplishment usually leads to professional success, and our former students are no exception. Some have been hired by the top firms in Bangkok, including Thai Life Insurance, Italthai Industrial Group, Seacon Development, Amari Hotels and Resorts, and PTT Global Chemical. Others have become valued employees of Fortune 500 companies, such as New York Life Insurance, Berkshire Hathaway, World Fuel Services, JP Morgan Chase, and Twenty-First Century Fox. An elite university education can produce a lifetime of rewards, but admissions are extremely competitive. Take advantage of Manhattan Review's ACT private tutoring or ACT prep courses in Bangkok, and submit your best possible university application. Contact us today by phone, email, or online for details on our ACT prep services for Bangkok students.
ACT Private Tutoring
Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit
250 Sukhumvit Road
Bangkok 10110, Thailand
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Ainsley F., who was born and raised in New York City, has been teaching ACT and SAT prep for Manhattan Review in the United States and Thailand since 2008. She graduated with honors from New York University with a bachelor of arts in English, and then completed a master of arts in teaching at Rice University. A married mother of three, she joined our Bangkok ACT team in 2016.
Ainsley's test prep students regard her as a gifted educator with strong ACT knowledge and a seemingly endless supply of ACT teaching strategies. She has proven equally effective in classroom and individual settings, and her teaching consistently produces substantial sectional and composite score improvements. When she's not teaching, Ainsley enjoys spending time with her family.