SAT Tutoring in Cairo (Egypt)

Rigorously prepare for the SAT in Cairo with Manhattan Review's comprehensive SAT services. Manhattan Review, an international test prep firm founded in 1999, offers several effective SAT learning plans and additional services, including on-site prep courses and private tutoring in Cairo, online SAT instruction, and SAT practice tests. Our highly qualified SAT classroom instructors and individual tutors teach Cairo students the most important skills for each section of the SAT, using the industry's most effective course materials and innovative methods of teaching. Manhattan Review students learn how to create, organize, and implement out-of-class study plans, and our students are also taught how to approach the test in the most strategic manner possible. Manhattan Review is a company that is primarily dedicated to test prep for international students, and we therefore understand how to best facilitate high test scores for clients who are largely unfamiliar with American assessments, educational philosophies, and culture. Cairo students can start improving their SAT scores and university admission prospects right away by contacting Manhattan Review for more information on our SAT prep courses, private tutoring, and practice tests.

Comparisons of score requirements between the pre-2016 SAT and the current version of the test show that institutional score expectations have increased substantially. Many schools with official SAT score benchmarks are requiring higher scores on the new SAT. The University of North Carolina system, for example, stipulates a 2016 SAT score requirement of at least 880 combined Evidence-Based Reading and Writing and Math (the minimum score for all UNC campuses on the old SAT was 800 critical reading plus math). In order to be considered for admission to the University of Missouri, students from high schools that do not report class rankings must receive an SAT composite score of 1160 or higher; the standard for the now-discontinued version of the SAT was 1090. University applicants are strongly advised to review test score data carefully and focus on those statistics that apply to the 2016 SAT. Information published on university websites is not always clear on this point, and testing data at many schools will likely include scores on the old SAT for several more years.

Manhattan Review students are distinguished by their acceptance to a large number of highly selective postsecondary institutions, including Harvard, Stanford, Yale, MIT, Princeton, the University of Chicago, the University of Pennsylvania, Carnegie Mellon, Georgetown, Johns Hopkins, the University of Michigan, UC Berkeley, Caltech, and many more. Our former clients regularly graduate from these top universities with the skills that employers seek. Some of our past students have returned to Cairo for jobs with area firms, including Air Sinai, Digisay, Core Republic, Hindawi Publishing Corporation, and EUC Construction. Others have remained in the United States to become valued employees of Fortune 500 companies, including Express Scripts Holdings, JP Morgan Chase, Berkshire Hathaway, Valero Energy, and Archer Daniels Midland. Your future success begins with acceptance to a respected undergraduate degree program. Manhattan Review's SAT private tutoring and prep courses in Cairo will help you impress your preferred schools and give you a full range of choices for your college education.

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
SAT Prep Course Cairo - Photo of Student Taahirah Ali

I learned a lot of effective strategies for SAT writing/verbal.
- Taahirah Ali (This student took our SAT preparation course)


Primary Course Venue:

InterContinental Citystars Cairo
Corniche El Nil
Cairo 11511, Egypt

NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.

Meet a Cairo SAT Tutor: Paulie H.

Paulie H. originally from Brooklyn, New York, is a graduate of Queens College, City University of New York (bachelor's degree in secondary education) and New York University (master's degree in history). He has worked as an SAT tutor and classroom instructor for Manhattan Review since 2009, and he moved to Cairo in 2015 after six years at our home office in New York.

Previously a high school history teacher, Paulie is now a full-time SAT instructor. "There was too much drama teaching high school," he says, “I find teaching SAT prep to be much more rewarding." Paulie has helped many students receive SAT sectional scores of 700 or higher, and his students have been accepted to several of the most highly ranked universities in the United States.