ACT Tutoring in Doha (Qatar)

Many applicants to universities in the United States will take the ACT as part of the admissions process. At most schools, test scores are heavily considered and contribute substantially to the acceptance or rejection of applications. Manhattan Review is an international test prep company that offers a full range of services for the ACT in Doha, including on-site or online ACT prep courses, one-on-one tutoring for the ACT, and ACT practice tests. Doha students can select the comprehensive ACT learning plan that best suits their academic strengths and study preferences. Outgoing students usually prefer group instruction, which can be taken either at home via the internet or at various practical sites in Doha. Test-takers in need of individual instruction should consider our private tutoring plans, which feature ACT teaching custom-designed to the needs of the student. Manhattan Review has been leading the world in test prep instruction for international students since we were founded in 1999, and we have facilitated positive learning outcomes for test-takers from virtually every cultural and academic background. Flexible scheduling allows Doha students to get started right away on the area's most effective ACT prep.

Recently published research has shown some decline in the overall averages of ACT test-takers over the past few years, which has been attributed to a larger pool of students. In 2012, when approximately 1.67 million students took the ACT, the average composite score was 21.1. Almost 2.1 million students took the ACT in 2016, and the mean composite score was 20.8 (a drop of .3 points). The decrease was most pronounced in English and math, which declined .4 and .5 points respectively (science and reading were largely unchanged). Even as overall test-taker performance has gone down, the ACT standards of highly selective universities have increased. At Yale University, for example, the 25th-percentile ACT score for accepted students was 31 in 2012 and 32 in 2016. Middle-50% ACT scores at Princeton University were 31-34 in 2012 and 32-35 in 2016. The most selective universities have extremely high ACT expectations, and students who are able to meet these high standards will have strong chances of acceptance. Furthermore, high test scores give students plenty of options for their undergraduate education.

Manhattan Review's ACT prep courses and ACT private tutoring have helped students in major cities all over the world (including Doha) secure admission to the best universities in the United States. Our ACT clients have become undergraduate students at Princeton, Harvard, Stanford, the University of Pennsylvania, Johns Hopkins, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, UC Berkeley, the University of Chicago, Dartmouth, Brown, the University of Michigan, the University of Virginia, UCLA, the California Institute of Technology, Carnegie Mellon, Yale, the College of William & Mary, Washington University in St. Louis, and many more. Thousands of former Manhattan Review students now hold degrees from these elite schools and are enjoying the professional rewards of their world-class education. Many of our past Doha clients are currently back in the city as employees of top local firms, including Al Jazeera Media Network, Barwa Group, Qatar Development Bank, Hamad Medical Corporation, and BSI Steel. Numerous former Manhattan Review students have been hired by Fortune 500 companies, including New York Life Insurance, Bank of America, Express Scripts Holding, Twenty-First Century Fox, and JP Morgan Chase.

ACT Private Tutoring

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

ACT Private Course

12 hours in total, Personalized 1-on-1 Course, In Person or Live Online


Primary Course Venue:

Off Al Wahda Road
West Bay

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

Meet a Doha ACT Tutor: Gail S.

Gail S. was born and raised in San Francisco, California. She stayed in her native region for her undergraduate education, completing a bachelor's degree in history at the University of California-Berkeley. She then earned her master's degree in history at the University of California-Los Angeles, one of the top graduate history programs in the country. She served as a teaching assistant while in graduate school.

Gail has been an ACT educator for a total of nine years. She began her career in Los Angeles, and relocated to Doha two years ago. Unlike many prep tutors, Gail teaches ACT courses full time, and devotes her full energies to being the best educator she can possibly be. Her ACT clients are consistently accepted to highly selective universities, including several in the Ivy League.