ACT Private Tutoring in Frankfurt (Germany)
Frankfurt students taking the ACT can start improving their test scores right away with Manhattan Review's on-site ACT prep courses, online ACT classes, private ACT tutoring, and ACT practice tests. Founded in 1999, Manhattan Review is a global test prep company that has taught thousands of students how to master ACT content, study techniques, and test-taking strategies. Our ACT tutors and classroom instructors are known for their accessible methods of instruction and engaging styles of teaching, and they use the industry's most comprehensive course materials and detailed course syllabi. Our on-site ACT options meet at convenient Frankfurt locations and at times that are practical for busy students. Online ACT course offerings feature the latest in educational software and all of the benefits of learning from anywhere. Manhattan Review students consistently receive test scores that give them a significant advantage in the competitive university admissions process. Find out more about our ACT services in Frankfurt by contacting us today.
ACT composite scores of 30 or better give students the strongest chances of acceptance to selective universities. A composite score of 30 is in the 95th percentile of all test-takers, and 33 is in the 99th percentile. Schools with average ACT scores of 30 or above include Harvard (mean composite score of 33.5), the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (34), Stanford (32.5), and Princeton (33). The 50th-percentile scores for many of the better public universities are in the high 20s, such as the University of Wisconsin-Madison (29) and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (28.5). Students who aspire to attend schools with lower ACT standards will nonetheless benefit from high ACT scores, which generally give students several options for their undergraduate education. The lifetime advantages of a college degree from a quality university more than justify the nominal cost of rigorous ACT preparation. With Manhattan Review's ACT prep services, Frankfurt students can start getting ready for college acceptance immediately.
Manhattan Review's ACT students are frequently accepted to their first-choice undergraduate programs. Pupils who have completed our ACT group courses or private ACT tutoring plans have been admitted to elite schools such as Harvard, Stanford, Princeton, the University of Pennsylvania, Columbia, Dartmouth, Cornell, Brown, the University of Michigan, Georgetown, Tufts, Swarthmore, Emory, Duke, Vanderbilt, the University of Michigan, UC Berkeley, UCLA, and many more. After finishing their degrees, our clients are often hired by important companies in Frankfurt as well as Fortune 500 firms in the United States. A brief list of these organizations includes Bethmann Bank, Deutsche Hospitality, Universal Investment, German Finance Agency, New York Life Insurance, Twenty-First Century Fox, JP Morgan Chase, and Enterprise Products Partners. Your future success depends on your current preparation. With Manhattan Review's ACT prep courses and private tutoring in Frankfurt, you can receive high test scores, get accepted to an outstanding university, and eventually become an accomplished professional.
ACT Private Tutoring
Sheraton Frankfurt Congress Hotel
Lyoner Strasse 44-48
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Brooke D. has been teaching ACT prep courses and private tutoring sessions since 2005. Previously an ACT instructor in the New York City area, she relocated to Frankfurt in 2014. She is a graduate of Fordham University and Columbia University, with respective bachelor's and master's degrees in history. She is also on the faculty of an international secondary school in the Frankfurt area.
Brooke's ACT teaching has been an important factor in her students' acceptance to selective public and private universities in the United States. As an educator, Brooke's goal is to teach study techniques that are helpful to ACT scores and to university coursework. "I sometimes get emails from my past students telling me that what they learned in my ACT courses helped them succeed in college," she says. "I am always highly gratified to receive such messages."