ACT Private Tutoring in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)

Kuala Lumpur students seeking top scores on the ACT should find out more about Manhattan Review's local ACT prep services. We offer ACT prep courses in on-site format, ACT classes in online interactive format, ACT private tutoring, and ACT practice tests. Manhattan Review is an experienced international test prep firm that has taught countless students how to improve their ACT skills and scores and submit their best possible college applications. Our students learn how to become fluent in all types of ACT exercises, how to develop the most effective and efficient ACT study plans, and how to use strategic test-taking approaches to further improve scores. Learn more about Manhattan Review's Kuala Lumpur ACT offerings and why we have been the world's leading international test prep firm since 1999. Members of our support staff are available by phone, email or online to provide details on our course offerings and answer your questions.

ACT has classified composite scores of 27 or above as appropriate for "highly selective" universities, defined as institutions at which the majority of accepted students graduated in the top 10% of their high school class. An ACT composite score of 27, however, is far below the average scores of students admitted to the most prestigious universities in the United States. At Cornell University, for instance, the 25th-percentile ACT score for new students was 30, the mean score was 31, and the 75th-percentile score was 33. The middle-50% ACT range of first-year students at Duke University was 31-34 for arts and sciences majors and 33-35 for engineering majors. At the University of Michigan, the middle-50% scores of matriculated students were 30-34 (ACT composite), 31-35 (ACT English), 28-34 (ACT math), 28-34 (ACT science), and 30-34 (ACT reading). The ACT has become more and more popular in recent years, and high score standards at selective universities are a byproduct of increased competition.

Students who complete Manhattan Review's ACT prep courses and private tutoring plans are regularly accepted to the top colleges and universities in the United States. Our ACT clients have become undergraduate students at Princeton, Harvard, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Yale, Stanford, the California Institute of Technology, Carnegie Mellon, Johns Hopkins, Duke, Vanderbilt, Columbia, Brown, UC Berkeley, the University of Virginia, Cornell, the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Chicago, and the University of Michigan. Among the organizations that have hired our past test prep students are Fortune 500 companies such as Bank of America, Twenty-First Century Fox, Prudential Financial, JP Morgan Chase, and World Fuel Services. Some of our former students have used their undergraduate degrees from top schools to secure jobs at Kuala Lumpur companies, including Hong Leong Bank, Berjaya Corporation, Maxis Communications, Astro Malaysia Holdings, and AIA Public. Start preparing for long-term success with Manhattan Review's ACT prep courses and ACT private tutoring in Kuala Lumpur.

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

Kuala Lumpur

Primary Course Venue:

Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur Hotel
129 Jalan Sultan Ismail
Kuala Lumpur 50250, Malaysia

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

Meet a Kuala Lumpur ACT Tutor: Chico H.

Chico H. grew up in San Antonio, Texas, where he was a standout student and athlete. He graduated 10th in his high school class of 600, and received ACT scores in the top 1% of all test-takers. He holds a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Texas-Austin and a master of arts in teaching from Rice University.

Chico has been teaching ACT prep in classroom and individual contexts in Austin, Texas and Kuala Lumpur since 2010. His ACT teaching has helped numerous students get accepted to selective public and private universities in the United States. When he's not teaching, Chico is a full-time employee of a Kuala Lumpur technology company. His hobbies include yoga, weight training, and following the Texas Rangers baseball team.