SAT Tutoring in Brussels (Belgium)
Prospective U.S. university students living in Brussels can receive optimal test scores with Manhattan Review's SAT preparation programs. Manhattan Review is a widely respected international test prep company that provides SAT learning plans for all learning styles and preferences, including on-site SAT courses and SAT private tutoring in Brussels and a variety of online SAT programs in group or individual format. Our company is also known for the quality of our related services, such as SAT practice assessments that precisely duplicate the content, structure, and timing of the real SAT. Since we offered our first test prep courses in 1999, Manhattan Review has taught tens of thousands of students worldwide how to succeed on the SAT and other American standardized tests. We are unique among test prep companies in our focus on the test prep needs of international students. Most companies simply offer their American instruction overseas, but we have specifically designed our SAT prep courses and private tutoring plans to help international test-takers overcome the inherent cultural biases typically associated with standardized tests. Find out more about our special brand of SAT instruction by contacting us in Brussels right away (we're looking forward to speaking with you on the phone, online, or via email).
Although most universities are extremely secretive about the role of standardized testing in their admission procedures, the advantages of elite test scores are well documented. Prospective students can easily see this for themselves by reviewing the average test scores at the most highly ranked institutions. Harvard University, for example, reports that 75% of its admitted students received total SAT scores of 1470 or higher, and 25% achieved composite SAT scores of 1570 or above. The middle-50% SAT total score range for students accepted to the University of Virginia is 1330-1500. Some schools report the SAT score ranges for students admitted to certain undergraduate programs. At the University of Washington, the middle-50% SAT total score ranges for engineering (1400-1530) and computer science (1420-1560) exceed that of the overall student population (1240-1440). These statistics show that selective schools place a very high premium on standardized test scores, whether they admit it or not. Manhattan Review is committed to helping our clients meet the SAT expectations of these institutions.
Manhattan Review's SAT prep courses and private tutoring in Brussels have effectively prepared our clients for admission into elite undergraduate programs. Manhattan Review students have been accepted to Stanford, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Princeton, Harvard, Northwestern, Yale, Cornell, Duke, Brown, the University of Virginia, the University of California-Berkeley, and countless others. Manhattan Review students also consistently become successful in their chosen careers. We've watched many of our past SAT clients get hired by Fortune 500 companies and firms in Brussels, including Dow Chemical, Bank of America, Archer Daniels Midland, JP Morgan Chase, Capital One Financial, Brussels Regional Investment Company, Cofinimmo, Proximedia Group, AG Insurance, and National Bank of Belgium. Your future success begins with your best possible university application, and your chances of acceptance into a great university are heavily dependent on upper-percentile test scores. Become a Manhattan Review student today and maximize your prospects for your future education and career.
SAT Private Tutoring
I like his walkthrough of the problems. Also the strategies he gave. It helped me improve my English and writing. I went up on my SAT scores.
- Jeleine Toussarz (This student took our SAT preparation course)
Primary Course Venue:
Sheraton Brussels Hotel
Place Rogier 3
Brussels 1210, Belgium
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Owen P. grew up in a small town near Omaha, Nebraska. He was a distinguished student in high school, and he was offered scholarships to several selective institutions. He chose to complete his undergraduate degree in education at the University of Missouri, and he then earned a master's degree in education at Rice University. He joined our Brussels team of SAT educators in 2016 after a five-year career as an SAT tutor and high school teacher in Houston.
Owen regularly receives high praise from his students for his focus on engagement and his ability to implement SAT skill improvements. "Owen was able to make SAT class both fun and productive, which I didn't expect," said one recent SAT client. "He's just a great teacher," said another. Owen continues to work as an educator at the secondary level, serving on the faculty of an international school in Brussels. He is a married father of four young children.