SAT Tutoring in Boston
SAT private tutoring in Boston (Massachusetts)
Get the highest quality SAT tutoring services available in Boston. Manhattan Review's private tutoring program has a proven track record for past success. We've helped hundreds of students get into the colleges of their dreams, thanks to high SAT scores marking impressive college applications. Our customized SAT tutoring is tailored to the individual learning style, strengths, and weaknesses of each student. This gives you a better opportunity to maximize your potential on the SAT and become the best master of this material.
Our private tutors in Boston are equipped with firsthand knowledge and first-rate degrees from the top-ranked colleges and universities in the U.S. You can pick their brains about how to properly prep for the SAT test, and ask more generic questions about the college admissions process. Our friendly and enthusiastic tutoring staff is happy to help you and answer any questions you may have. If your dream school is Harvard University, which happens to be right here, we have the resources to help you achieve this goal. Our past students have graduated from Harvard, Columbia, Georgetown, CalTech, NYU, and other distinguished names in higher education. We take pride in their success, and we're prepared to repeat those winning methods to help you score high on the SAT and begin your undergraduate studies on a note of success.
SAT Private Tutoring
Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, 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)
Primary Course Venue:
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Boston Teaching Center at the Sheraton
39 Dalton Street
Boston, MA 02199
Phone: (617) 861-4086
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Meet a Boston SAT Tutor: Jenny L.
Jen is a professional tutor who received her Bachelor's degree in Biochemistry from University of North Carolina. Jen decided to pursue her education further, earning her Master's degree in Biology from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Now, she works in the health policy arena at Harvard University. Jenny reminisces about high school as being an especially exciting time. Although, she adds, it's also exceptionally nerve-wracking to have so much uncertainty about the future. Jenny empathizes with these sentiments in order to reach her high school aged students and teach students to prepare for the SAT in private lessons.
Jenny knows that it is a proven fact that preparing for the SAT improves scores. She's ready to bring her expertise and years of education to the table and to help train students to anticipate how to answer SAT questions. In Jenny's spare time, she enjoys walking her two dogs, going to concerts and jazz clubs, and eating Thai food.