ACT Private Tutoring in Pasadena (California)
Pasadena students can begin preparing for the ACT right away with Manhattan Review's professional ACT services. We offer ACT options that can accommodate any type of ACT learner. Pasadena students can thoroughly develop their ACT abilities with our customized private ACT tutoring, ACT classroom instruction in on-site format, ACT courses in online interactive format, and ACT practice tests. Founded in 1999 through a series of innovations in test prep teaching and learning, Manhattan Review is now one of the world's leading educational services companies. Our student-centered and results-oriented ACT instruction has facilitated selective university acceptance for thousands of clients all over the world. Manhattan Review's ACT instructors have been rigorously screened and thoroughly trained to ensure that our students receive the most effective, professional, and cutting-edge ACT teaching available anywhere. Our students learn how to master ACT testing strategies, ACT study techniques, and ACT exercises on all sections of the test for their highest possible ACT scores. Learn more about our superior ACT prep courses and private tutoring in Pasadena by contacting us today.
The success of Manhattan Review's ACT instruction has been repeatedly shown by the elite university acceptances of our students. We've helped countless clients become undergraduate students at world-class schools such as Princeton, Stanford, Dartmouth, Harvard, Georgetown, the California Institute of Technology, Columbia, the University of Pennsylvania, Yale, Emory, Swarthmore, Duke, UC Berkeley, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, New York University, Northwestern, Johns Hopkins, the University of Chicago, the University of Southern California, the University of California-Los Angeles, and many more. The list of companies that have hired our former test prep clients is just as impressive. Our past students now work for Fortune 500 companies, including Walgreens Boots Alliance, Wells Fargo, New York Life Insurance, United Technologies, and Twenty-First Century Fox. We're also well represented among Pasadena's top firms, with past clients now employed by Western Asset Management Company, Spokeo, Red Hen Press, Green Dot Corporation, Goldstar Events, and other local companies. We look forward to eventually boasting about your success as well.
Competitive ACT scores are variable and dependent on the type of institution an individual student wishes to attend. According to a recent survey of ACT data at several hundred universities in the United States, the most elite schools report average ACT scores in the low-to-mid 30s. Among the typical postsecondary institutions in this category are Harvard (middle-50% ACT scores of 32-35), the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (33-35), Dartmouth (30-34), Stanford (31-35), and Caltech (34-35). Many of the larger public universities list middle-50% ACT scores in the mid-to-high 20s/low 30s, such as Penn State (25-29), the University of Wisconsin-Madison (27-31), the University of California-Los Angeles (25-32), and the University of Washington (26-31). The next tier of schools includes the University of Arizona (21-27), the University of Oregon (22-27), Washington State University (19-26), and California State University-Long Beach (20-25). We urge our clients to set score goals at the top of these ranges, which will make almost any applicant more likely to be accepted.
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Pasadena Teaching Center at the Sheraton
303 East Cordova Street
Pasadena, CA 91101
Phone: (626) 243-2270
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Laura B., originally from Reno, Nevada, has a total of 12 years of experience in education. She has been teaching in the Los Angeles public school system for the past five years, and she taught in her native state for seven years before relocating. First hired by Manhattan Review in 2012, she has been working as an ACT tutor out of our Pasadena office since 2015.
Laura graduated summa cum laude from the University of Nevada-Las Vegas with a bachelor's degree in secondary education. She then earned her master's degree in education from the University of California-Los Angeles. In her off-hours, Laura enjoys an active social life, and she regularly visits the theatres and restaurants of Pasadena with her friends.