SAT Tutoring in Austin
Here at Manhattan Review, we pride ourselves in being able to offer the most advanced and customizable SAT tutoring services, including private tutoring programs right here in Austin. With the help of one-on-one attention from a skilled Austin SAT tutor, our students are able to master the skills needed to beat the test. Students get personalized preparation and a learning plan customized to their unique learning needs; all of this means that our students go into the SAT exam with the confidence and the knowledge to succeed. We have analyzed the SAT, broken it down over the years, and have organized this information into a high-quality, easy-to-understand syllabus.
When you pair our intelligent and experienced private tutors with our tried and true lesson plans, you find that your SAT scores get you attention from some of the best undergraduate programs in the U.S. Send bulletproof applications to Yale, Columbia, UCLA, William and Mary, or NYU – just some of the schools who have accepted our students in the past. Or you can take advantage of in-state tuition rates and have the best schools in Texas begging for you to matriculate. Find out more about how our private tutoring program in Austin can help you reach your potential on the SAT.
SAT Private Tutoring
My instructor goes into detail with every problem. I left this SAT course with new material learned and easier ways to solve problems, which helped me out a lot. With the material I learned here I was able to up my math test scores.
- Shaniqua (This student took our SAT preparation course.)
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Austin Teaching Center at the Hilton
500 E 4th Street
Austin, TX 78701
Phone: (512) 275-6960
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Tom has a passion for teaching that has only continued to grow since he started working for Manhattan Review. He's helped hundreds of students with a range of subjects, from math to verbal reasoning to composition. Tom attended the University of Washington for his undergraduate studies, and continued on to Columbia where he earned his Masters in Cognitive Psychology.
While he was still an undergrad, Tom enjoyed helping his classmates with things they didn't understand, and found that teaching came easy to him. He soon realized that he could turn his hobby into a way to help offset his tuition costs. Tom remembers what it was like to study for the SAT as a high schooler, so he tries to connect to the younger scholar and make studying less of a chore.