ACT Tutoring in Evanston (Illinois)
Manhattan Review is an international educational services firm that offers Evanston's most effective ACT prep courses (available both on-site and online), ACT private tutoring, and ACT practice tests. In the years since we first opened our doors in 1999, we have favorably impacted the test scores and college acceptance prospects of tens of thousands of students in major North American, European, South American, Asian, and African cities. Manhattan Review is a student-centered company that provides rigorous and comprehensive instruction in all areas tested on the ACT, and our clients also learn how to use their study time most effectively and how to build the most important testing skills. We've hired the most qualified ACT educators available in Evanston, all of whom are graduates of elite universities and highly experienced teachers. Our professional ACT instruction will help you reach your most optimistic ACT score goals and substantially increase the odds of acceptance to your first-choice school. Learn more about Manhattan Review's Evanston ACT course offerings by contacting us as soon as possible.
ACT testing data indicate that between 2013 and 2015, mean ACT scores were 20.3 English, 20.9 math, 21.3 reading, and 20.8 science, for an average composite score of 21.0. An ACT composite score of 25 is in the 79th percentile of all students taking the test, and approximately 5% of test-takers score 30 or above. Very few students receive the highest possible score of 36 (in 2014, only about 1,400 of 1.85 million test-takers achieved a perfect ACT score). The most selective universities usually admit applicants in the top 5% of scores nationally. The average ACT composite scores of students accepted to the University of Chicago and to Northwestern University were 33.5 and 32.5 respectively. With a mean ACT score of 34, the California Institute of Technology reported some of the best ACT performance in the country. Other institutions with high average ACT scores include Harvard (33.5), Vanderbilt (33), Columbia (32.5), the University of Pennsylvania (32), and Bowdoin College (31.5).
Manhattan Review's ACT clients are accepted to their preferred undergraduate programs at high rates. Among the schools in which we have helped place students are Harvard, Stanford, Northwestern, Princeton, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of Chicago, Yale, Brown, Columbia, Georgetown, Dartmouth, the University of Pennsylvania, the California Institute of Technology, the University of California-Los Angeles, the University of California-Berkeley, Johns Hopkins, Harvey Mudd College, Washington University in St. Louis, the University of Virginia, and many more. Elite universities have demonstrably better employment outcomes in comparison to less selective institutions. Manhattan Review's former ACT students have secured well-compensated positions at Fortune 500 companies, such as Walgreens Boots Alliance, United Continental Holdings, Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance, Express Scripts Holding, and JP Morgan Chase. Some of our alumni now work at companies in Evanston, including Agate Publishing, Arc Technology Group, ZS Associates, Bernard Food Industries, and Moveboxer. With Manhattan Review's ACT prep courses and private tutoring in Evanston, you can begin executing your plan for long-term success today.
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Evanston Teaching Center at the Hilton
1818 Maple Ave
Evanston, IL 60201
Phone: (847) 425-4381
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
New York City native Mauro P. has been an ACT individual tutor and classroom instructor for Manhattan Review in his home town and in Evanston since 2009. He has more than 11 years of teaching experience overall, and was previously a high school English teacher on Long Island. He now teaches ACT prep exclusively, and his teaching is so popular that he has had to create a waiting list.
Mauro's impressive academic credentials include a bachelor's degree in education from the University of Pennsylvania and a master's degree in education from New York University. "I try to always project confidence and success to my students," he says. "One of the most important aspects of my job is to inspire my students to work hard and do their best, and I believe in leading by example."