ACT Tutoring in Pretoria (South Africa)
Reach optimistic ACT score goals with Manhattan Review's professional ACT prep services in Pretoria. Master ACT sectional content, ACT study techniques, and ACT testing approaches with our on-site or online ACT prep courses, ACT private tutoring, and ACT practice tests for Pretoria residents applying to universities in the United States and other countries that consider the ACT. Manhattan Review is a boutique educational services firm that was founded in 1999, and thousands of our clients have increased their test scores and prospects for higher education through our teaching. All of our ACT course offerings combine effective course materials, innovative instructional methodologies, and the most talented and dedicated ACT educators available in Pretoria. We'll help you assess and improve your ACT weaknesses, boost your overall test performance, and build your self-confidence. Get started on Pretoria's best ACT prep today by contacting Manhattan Review for all of the latest information on course options and course schedules.
The most recent available statistics on ACT performance for the total group of test-takers indicate that the mean ACT composite score is 21. This mean composite score is the average of sectional scores that range from 20.3 to 21.3, depending on the section. Scores of 27 or above have been classified by ACT as appropriate for highly selective colleges, and an ACT score of 27 is in the 87th percentile of all students taking the ACT. Most universities report the average composite ACT scores for their new students, and the most prestigious institutions have high ACT expectations. These institutions include Carnegie Mellon University (middle-50% ACT scores of 31-34), Columbia University (31-34), Cornell University (30-34), Georgetown University (30-33), and Harvard University (32-35). Approximately 5% of all test-takers receive ACT scores of 30 or higher, and about 1% are at 33 or above. In short, students who wish to gain acceptance to the top universities must receive scores that are significantly above average. Professional ACT instruction is the most reliable way to receive these upper-percentile scores.
Manhattan Review's ACT prep courses and ACT private tutoring have helped countless students get accepted to the universities of their dreams. Our ACT clients have become undergraduate students at Harvard, Columbia, Yale, Princeton, Dartmouth, Cornell, the University of Pennsylvania, Stanford, the California Institute of Technology, Brown, Johns Hopkins, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of Chicago, UC Berkeley, the University of Michigan, Georgetown, the University of Virginia, and several other top schools. Some of our former test prep clients are now on the staffs of major companies in Pretoria, including South African Reserve Bank, Telkom SA, King Price Insurance, and Exxaro. Others have chosen jobs at Fortune 500 companies, such as Dow Chemical, United Technologies, Twenty-First Century Fox, New York Life Insurance, JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo, and Express Scripts Holding. A lifetime of success can be yours with a coherent long-term plan. Your future starts today with Manhattan Review's ACT prep services for ambitious Pretoria students.
ACT Private Tutoring
227 Wessels Street
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Monty A., whose given name is Morris, earned his nickname by being a fan of the famous Monty Python comedy troupe. Born and raised in Burlington, Vermont, he is the son of British immigrants who ran a small hotel. He is a graduate of the University of Vermont and of Dartmouth College, with a bachelor's degree in English and a master's degree in education.
Monty has been an individual tutor and classroom instructor for the ACT since 2009. His first years as an ACT teacher were spent in Boston, and he relocated to Pretoria in 2015. He is known for his engaging classroom presence and his entertaining methods of instruction, and his students are highly satisfied with the results of his ACT teaching. In his spare time, Monty is an amateur stand-up comedian.