ACT Tutoring in Oslo (Norway)
Manhattan Review is Oslo's most experienced, reliable, and proven resource for ACT preparation services. Our ACT instruction has helped thousands of students in Oslo and other cities improve their prospects for college by increasing their test scores. ACT services offered in Oslo include customized private ACT tutoring, ACT group courses in on-site or online formats, and ACT practice tests. All students can choose the ACT learning plan that accommodates their educational needs and preferences. Group courses are best for outgoing students who enjoy interacting with classmates and learning in a collaborative fashion. Manhattan Review's ACT classes meet either at convenient sites around Oslo or online from the comfort of home. ACT learners who wish to focus entirely on their own ACT issues and learn at the fastest possible pace are ideal for our one-on-one ACT tutoring, which features customized instruction based on individual student attributes. Whichever option you choose, you'll learn ACT content, testing strategies, and study techniques from Oslo's best ACT educators.
The ACT has historically been less popular than the SAT, but the former exam recently surpassed the latter in terms of the total number of annual test-takers (1.84 million versus 1.67 million). Today's college applicants can assume that both tests are equally credible, and they will suffer no disadvantage if they opt for the ACT. This allows college applicants to simply try both tests and choose whichever exam is a better showcase for their academic strengths (and it is also common for college applicants to submit scores for both assessments). ACT has classified total scores of 27 or higher as appropriate for "highly selective" universities, which they define as those in which the majority of new students were in the top 10% of their high school class. However, 27 is not a particularly elite score when considered by the standards of the most selective universities in the United States. The 25th-percentile ACT total score at Georgetown University, for example, is a 30, and the University of Pennsylvania reports middle-50% ACT scores of 31-34. Students taking the ACT must make every effort to match the score ranges associated with the universities they wish to attend.
The ACT prep courses and private tutoring plans provided by Manhattan Review have a long history of success. Our ACT clients in Oslo and other cities have been admitted to prestigious schools such as Princeton, Yale, Stanford, Harvard, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of Virginia, Johns Hopkins, the University of Pennsylvania, New York University, Georgetown, Vanderbilt, Emory, the University of Michigan, the University of California-Los Angeles, and many more. Our ACT students graduate from college with the skills that employers demand. Some of our former test prep clients are now valued professionals working for companies on the Fortune 500 list, such as JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America, Prudential Financial, Twenty-First Century Fox, and Walgreens Boots Alliance. We're also represented in Oslo's vibrant business community, with past students now employed at firms such as Norsk Medisinaldepot, Bionor Pharma, Opera Software, Sapa Group, and Intex Resources. At Manhattan Review, we look forward to helping you build a successful future. Contact us today for more information on our ACT prep courses, private tutoring, and practice tests in Oslo.
ACT Private Tutoring
Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel
Sonja Henies Plass 3
Oslo 0134, Norway
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Alex R. has been teaching ACT prep courses and individual tutoring sessions for Manhattan Review in New York and in Oslo since 2012. He also has three years of experience on the faculty of a public secondary school in Connecticut, and he recently joined the instructional staff of an international school outside of Oslo. He is originally from the town of Salisbury, Maryland.
Alex graduated from the University of Maryland-Baltimore County with a bachelor's degree in history, and he also holds a master's degree in history from Pennsylvania State University. He always wanted to become a teacher, and he is thoroughly enjoying his career. "I wouldn't think of doing anything else," he says. In his spare time, Alex enjoys playing basketball.