ACT Tutoring in Knoxville (Tennessee)
Manhattan Review is a widely respected international test prep company that provides a number of effective services for the ACT in Knoxville. Local applicants to U.S. colleges and universities can reach their target test scores with our personalized ACT tutoring in on-site format, online ACT instruction in group or individual settings, or traditional ACT prep courses in on-site format. We also offer ACT practice tests, which help both students and teachers assess skill levels and track progress. Manhattan Review is the author of the Turbocharge Your ACT series of prep books, which features volumes on each ACT section. Established in 1999, Manhattan Review is the world's top company for international student test preparation, and our instruction has helped thousands of students in Europe, Asia, the Americas, and Africa increase their test scores and significantly improve their odds of acceptance to selective postsecondary institutions. To learn more about our ACT services for Knoxville students, phone, email, or contact us online today. We'll be more than happy to provide full details on our services, help you choose the best ACT prep option for you, and answer all of your questions.
According to the most recently published ACT dataset, compiled from more than 6 million test administrations over the last three years, the mean ACT composite score is 20.9, and the median composite score is slightly less than 20. Based on average scores, the most difficult ACT section appears to be English (mean of 20.2), followed by Math (20.6), Science (20.8), and Reading (21.3). The most highly ranked American universities typically expect ACT scores of 30 or above. A total score of 30 is in the 93rd percentile of all test-takers, and a composite score of 34 is in the top 1% of all students taking the ACT. Middle-50% ACT scores (the 25th through 75th percentiles) for students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, for example, are 33-35. The University of Michigan reports middle-50% ACT scores of 29-33, and Texas A&M University's flagship campus in College Station has a middle-50% ACT range of 25-30. Manhattan Review's Knoxville ACT programs help local students meet the high test score standards of selective American institutions.
Manhattan Review's ACT students in Knoxville and in other cities all over the world consistently achieve their goal of selective university admission. Our test prep clients have been accepted to great schools such as Princeton, the University of Chicago, the California Institute of Technology, Yale, Harvard, the University of Pennsylvania, Duke, the University of California-Los Angeles, the University of Texas-Austin, the University of Michigan, Cornell, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Carnegie Mellon, and countless other elite institutions. After finishing their undergraduate studies, our test prep clients are regularly hired by Fortune 500 companies, including Walgreens Boots Alliance, General Motors, United Technologies, Goldman Sachs Group, Liberty Mutual Insurance Group, and United Continental Holdings. Many of our past students have returned to Knoxville to accept positions at Harita Group, United Tractors, Infomedia Nusantara, Traveloka, Sinar Mas Group, and other firms based in the region.
ACT Private Tutoring
Manhattan Review Prep
530 S Gay St.
Knoxville, TN 37902
Phone: (212) 316-2000
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Dave H. is originally from western New York, but fell in love with the south when he went to the University of Carolina at Chapel Hill for his undergraduate studies. He then went on to earn his master's from Vanderbilt before beginning to work for the Oak Ridge National Laboratory near Knoxville. He began tutoring for the ACT in 2014. His students appreciate his laid-back attitude and attention to detail.
Dave knows that it is important to connect to his students and understand where they are starting and what their goals are. He helps them to know what their learning plan needs to be and holds them accountable to themselves. One student said, "It helps to have someone who knows what he's talking about to go over questions that are confusing. He breaks everything down so that it makes total sense." When Dave isn't working with students or at the laboratory, he enjoys working on his photography and building computers.