SAT Prep Courses in Honolulu (Hawaii)
Are you a Honolulu-based student planning on taking the SAT and seeking the most comprehensive and effective test preparation resources possible? If you are looking for a guide to SAT success, look no further than the test prep experts at Manhattan Review. At Manhattan Review, we are pleased to provide you with everything you'll need to master this potentially life-changing exam. Our world-class instructors will partner with you every step of the way to help you achieve the score you need to attend the college or university of your dreams. Our unique and respected approach to preparing for the SAT will ensure you have all the cutting-edge resources and materials you need to help you obtain your desired SAT score, opening important collegiate doors and giving you control over your academic future. The SAT is the most widely taken standardized test in the world, and it is an established part of completing high school. The SAT is far too important to your academic future to leave anything to chance, so instead of piecing together your own study program and hoping you are covering the relevant and pertinent information, let us teach you how to master the SAT so you can take the test without fear, confident in your knowledge as well as your own test-taking abilities. Whether you prefer learning with others in a classroom-style group setting, require the flexibility of online instruction, or desire the customized learning program that is only available through private tutoring, there's always a place for you at Manhattan Review
When you work with the experienced and knowledgeable tutors at Manhattan Review, you can be confident that you're receiving the highest quality instruction from the most sought-after tutors in the test prep industry. Our skilled and insightful instructors have done the hard work, deconstructing and analyzing the SAT to thoroughly understand every question in every section, and we've used our knowledge to create a study syllabus that remains unparalleled in the test preparation business. Our prep courses and classes provide the most comprehensive SAT preparation, focusing on the minute details that are often overlooked when studying while also ensuring nothing will come as a surprise when you officially take the test. You already know the SAT is a difficult and even intimidating exam, but there's no need for you to worry or waste your limited time preparing on your own. Our dedicated instructors know the most effective methods for retaining and recalling information, as well as strategies to help you identify questions and select the most appropriate response. We have taken all the guesswork out of preparing for the SAT, and when you partner with Manhattan Review, you set yourself up for the standardized test success you deserve. We are proud to offer Honolulu's most student-friendly, information-packed, and results-driven SAT prep courses delivered in-person or online. We offer classroom-style group courses, interactive online instruction, and one-on-one private tutoring, ensuring there is a learning method that is just right for you and your particular SAT needs.
The SAT is composed of two sections: Evidence-Based Reading and Writing, and Math. Each section has a possible range of scores from 200 to 800. Based on accumulated statistics, the average SAT scores for the top twenty universities in the United States are as follows: 711 to 768 for Evidence-Based Reading and Writing, 740 to 797 for Math, and 1450 to 1554 for total SAT score. While these are merely guidelines and every college or university will vary, the importance of exceptionally high SAT scores cannot be underestimated. In order to be competitive for the most respected institutions of higher education, it is imperative to demonstrate a strong performance on the SAT.
Every student dreams of where they will attend college, but in order for your academic dream to become a reality, you will need an impressively high SAT score to be accepted by the most selective and prestigious universities. While achieving such a high score might seem overwhelming or even impossible, turning dreams into achievable goals is just one of the services we provide at Manhattan Review. The truth is that standardized tests such as the SAT can be understood and even mastered through a mixture of hard work, skilled guidance, and dedicated practice. This is one test where preparation and study truly do pay off, and when you work with one of our esteemed instructors, you are investing in yourself by taking advantage of the most results-driven SAT prep option available to students in Honolulu. Those students who work with Manhattan Review consistently gain admission into the most prestigious colleges and universities in the United States and around the world, including Stanford University, Johns Hopkins University, Yale University, Duke University, Oxford University, Harvard University, Dartmouth College, the University of Cambridge, Columbia University, Cornell University, the University of Chicago, the University of California at Berkeley, the University of Southern California, the University of Texas at Austin, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Rice University, MIT, CalTech, Northwestern University, and elsewhere.
There are many factors that are considered in the college application process, and impressive high school grades and demonstrated involvement in extracurricular activities are certainly important, but these alone are not enough to guarantee you a place at the university of your dreams. A high SAT score shows your willingness to work hard, as well as your determination to do everything in your power to secure a spot at a leading university. Our instructors have first-hand experience with standardized tests such as the SAT, having achieved their own stellar scores and academic successes, but our instructors are not only gifted test-takers…they are gifted teachers with strong backgrounds in education, cognition, and learning theory. They are also passionate about ensuring the students they work with experience unprecedented individual success through a combination of hard work, focused study, and understanding the most effective and efficient test-taking strategies. Here at Manhattan Review, we have helped countless students both in the US and around the world gain the confidence and skills they need to perform to their highest potential on the SAT. Working with an experienced test prep professional can help you learn to leverage the academic strengths you already possess while identifying the most effective ways to overcome any areas of weakness that might negatively impact your SAT performance. We encourage you to reach out to us today to learn more about how we can support you along your journey to test-taking success.
Manhattan Review has been offering world-class test prep materials and resources since 1999 and pairing students with committed and personable instructors who understand the importance of the SAT. We love watching our clients achieve their goals and enjoy well-deserved academic success, making their marks on the world in their chosen fields of study. If you are seeking to perform at your very best on the SAT, we excel in guiding students just like you to the highest standardized test scores. Regardless of whether you have already begun to prepare for the SAT or are just beginning to think about preparation, we will meet you wherever your learning has led you and help you go farther than you ever imagined, earning the SAT score you need to gain acceptance at recognized colleges and universities. We are pleased to offer our services to Honolulu-based students, and whatever your undergraduate goals, Manhattan Review can help you achieve the SAT score you'll need for wherever your education takes you.
SAT In-Person Classic
28 hours in total, Class Course, In-Person
Start: Mar 02, 2024
End: Apr 20, 2024
3 days left to start
12:00 PM - 03:30 PM
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End: May 05, 2024
18 days left to start
03:00 PM - 06:30 PM
Start: Mar 30, 2024
End: May 18, 2024
31 days left to start
12:00 PM - 03:30 PM
Start: Apr 14, 2024
End: Jun 02, 2024
46 days left to start
03:00 PM - 06:30 PM
SAT Private Tutoring
Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online
SAT Private Course
12 hours in total, Personalized 1-on-1 Course, In Person or Live Online
Good SAT test taking strategies learned. I developed new skills and feel more prepared.
- Kevin Gonzalez (This student took our SAT preparation course)
Meet a Honolulu SAT Tutor: Kevin M.
Kevin M. became familiar with standardized tests at a young age, having spent most of his childhood working with professional instructors and tutors after he was diagnosed with ADHD. Kevin struggled to pay attention in class and even though he studied hard for tests, his performance never reflected his preparation, which "led me to feel incredibly frustrated, because I really wanted to do well in school," shares Kevin. Kevin's parents worked closely with his school, and after multiple rounds of neuropsychological testing with a variety of doctors, Kevin was determined to have ADHD, which helped his academic struggles be understood in a completely different light. Kevin's guidance counselor helped his parents find a tutor to work with him, teaching him effective test-taking strategies and guiding him to study in ways that allowed him to retain important information. "Working with a tutor didn't immediately make school easy for me," Kevin clarifies. "Learning was still difficult, but I'd finally seen that it wasn't impossible, and knowing I could do it gave me the motivation I needed to keep working hard."
A native of Rhode Island, Kevin grew up dreaming of attending Brown University but knew there was no way his family could afford such a prestigious school even if he managed to be accepted. "If I really wanted to go there, I knew I needed financial assistance, and it seemed like a high SAT score was one realistic way of getting scholarships. So, I decided I would work however hard I needed to in order to ace the SAT," Kevin says with a smile. Kevin worked with his long-time tutor to prepare for the SAT, in addition to participating in an online prep course that offered him flexibility around his ongoing commitments and extracurricular activities. "By the time the real SAT came around, I'd taken so many practice exams and studied so many questions, nothing was a surprise, and I was relaxed and confident enough to work to my full potential."
Kevin's hard work and dedication were rewarded when he not only received his official acceptance letter to Brown University, but also received generous offers of financial aid, ensuring he could afford to attend the school of his dreams due almost entirely to his outstanding SAT score. Kevin graduated from Brown with a degree in education before obtaining his master's degree with a specialization in education policy from New York University. Kevin ultimately accepted a position with a well-known educational consulting company that allowed him to work with schools on identifying better ways to serve the needs of students with learning differences, ensuring other children would receive the support that had been so beneficial to him as a child. After three years, the company offered Kevin the opportunity to transfer to one of their offices in Hawaii, and after consulting with his husband, he gladly accepted. Shortly after moving, Kevin began offering weekend seminars for neurodiverse high school students on how to prepare for the SAT, using the skills he'd learned during college, as well as the ones he'd developed from his own tutoring experiences. His workshops became so popular that wait-lists began to develop, and when he was invited to join the team at Manhattan Review, he couldn't have been happier. "It's the greatest privilege imaginable to support my students," he shares, "especially the neurodiverse ones, because they're not afraid of doing things differently and they genuinely want to learn." When Kevin isn't making the SAT less terrifying to his students, he enjoys creating furniture from reclaimed pieces of wood, visiting local bars to support the live music scene, and stargazing with his husband at the J. Watumull Planetarium.