SAT Private Tutoring in Calgary (Alberta)
Are you a Calgary-based student seeking to obtain the highest score possible on the SAT? If you are searching for the most effective and comprehensive SAT prep options, look no further than the standardized test prep experts at Manhattan Review. The SAT is an established part of applying to college and university undergraduate programs, and for those motivated students looking to score in the highest percentiles, set yourself up for the success you deserve and let our dedicated and experienced tutors guide you to SAT success. While many students are perfectly comfortable learning in classroom-style group settings, deriving important benefits from interacting with their peers and finding their learning expanded by others' questions and comments, other students know that they do not perform at their best in a group setting. They worry about not grasping information as quickly as other students, fearing that they are holding the group back. Alternatively, these students find themselves frustrated when they have mastered a concept but cannot move on until the rest of the group has similarly caught on. If you find learning complex information in a group more distracting than helpful and know you retain important concepts best through one-on-one instruction, consider working with one of our world-class private tutors at Manhattan Review.
If you are seeking the highest quality, most results-driven resources to help you achieve your highest possible score, consider working with one of the knowledgeable and respected tutors at Manhattan Review. Our professional and dedicated instructors are located right here in Calgary, ready to help students just like you master everything you need to obtain an impressively high score on the SAT. We take great pride in pairing our private tutoring clients with just the right instructor for their specific learning- and test-related needs. When you partner with Manhattan Review, you receive access to our unparalleled study syllabus that continues to be unsurpassed in the test prep industry. Our resources and materials are thoughtfully curated using the latest advances in learning theory and cognitive functioning, ensuring you are equipped with everything you need to excel on the SAT. Given the importance undergraduate programs place on standardized test scores, students should make use of every advantage possible when it comes to preparing for this admittedly challenging exam. When taking the SAT, it is not enough to simply be confident in your knowledge of the test content…you also need to be confident in your test-taking skills, able to quickly identify the particular type of question you are facing before selecting the most effective strategy for arriving at the correct answer, all while pacing yourself over the course of this lengthy exam.
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.
Since 1999, Manhattan Review has been guiding students to standardized test success, and we are proud to offer our resources and materials to students in the Calgary area. If you desire a customized preparation program for the SAT, we encourage you to consider working with one of our private tutors. Research has consistently demonstrated numerous benefits of working with a private tutor, including accelerated learning, improved information retention and recall, and improved self-esteem and confidence. Your private tutoring program will begin with your tutor working to understand your unique learning style, then identifying the academic strengths you already possess while helping you overcome any areas of weakness that might negatively impact your SAT performance. Our private tutoring programs are uniquely designed for each individual student, carefully crafted by taking your learning needs, strengths, and areas of desired growth into consideration. We offer private tutoring during daytime, evening, and weekend hours, and tutors can meet in-person or virtually, allowing you to study at the times that are most convenient for you while adhering to a schedule designed to exceed your particular test-related goals.
When it comes to preparing for the SAT, there is no such thing as being "too" prepared, but it is critically important to make sure your preparation is leading to identifiable and measurable gains, which is why it is so important to work with reputable and credible companies with proven track records of standardized test success. Our private tutors have firsthand experience with the SAT, having obtained their own impressive scores on a variety of standardized tests, but they are not only exceptional test-takers…they are exceptional instructors with strong backgrounds in education and learning theory, and they are eager to share their knowledge with hard-working students like you. We are exceptionally proud to see our clients consistently accepted into the most prestigious and competitive colleges and universities in the United States and around the world, including Harvard University, Yale University, Johns Hopkins University, Duke University, Dartmouth College, Princeton University, Oxford University, McGill University, the University of Chicago, Northwestern University, the University of Pennsylvania, Northeastern University, the University of California at Los Angeles, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Stanford University, the University of Virginia, and elsewhere.
If you are seeking guidance and support from a friendly and accomplished tutor, we have deconstructed the SAT and analyzed each question to ensure you will be familiar with every aspect of this exam before test day. Our Calgary-based instructors are respected for their dedication to their students, as well as their ability to help each student unlock their academic potential. When you work with a private tutor, you learn everything you need to obtain the standardized test score that will help you turn your college dreams into reality. Regardless of where you are in the SAT prep process—whether you have been preparing for some time or have only just begun thinking about how you need to prepare—at Manhattan Review, we can create just the right private tutoring program for you. Rather than wasting your time worrying or feeling overwhelmed, spend your time focusing on the most effective methods of mastering the SAT. Our instructors are here to guide you through the most comprehensive study syllabus in the test prep industry, ensuring you are confident and prepared on the day of your exam.
Students in Calgary and the surrounding area know how competitive applying to college has become, and there will always be more applications received than there are available spots for incoming freshmen. A high SAT score will always make your college application stand out, thereby giving you the best chance of being accepted by the most prestigious undergraduate university programs. Our tutors are eager to support future college students and are committed to helping learners prepare for the SAT. We encourage you to contact us today to learn more about our private tutoring options, and we look forward to partnering with you on your path to SAT success.
SAT Private Tutoring
Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online
I learned a lot of effective strategies for SAT writing/verbal.
- Taahirah Ali (This student took our SAT preparation course)
Meet a Calgary SAT Tutor: Lincoln R.
Lincoln R. grew up in Calgary but moved to Seattle at a young age when his father received a promotion that required the family to relocate. "I was so sad to leave my friends," Lincoln recalls, "and one of the ways I coped with such a big change was through art." Lincoln discovered a love of art as a child, and he spent hours drawing and painting and creating his own comic books, telling stories illustrated with bright colors and featuring a cast of characters each with a unique power or backstory. "I was a pretty shy kid," explains Lincoln, "so my parents signed me up for art classes the week after we moved. It was a great way to make new friends because we could start by talking about our artwork, which eventually led to talking about ourselves and finding shared interests." As he grew older, Lincoln began using various graphic design programs on his computer, although he never outgrew his love of drawing and illustrating by hand. "Using a computer just opened up so many new options," he explains. "It was incredible to see things come to life when before, they'd only existed in my mind."
Lincoln dreamed of becoming a professional artist and set his sights on attending Parsons School of Design in New York, respected around the world for producing leaders in the fields of graphic design, illustration, and other forms of art. "I knew being accepted into such a prestigious program would be like getting into Harvard or Yale," admits Lincoln, "so I wanted to make use of all the available help I could. One of the best ways to make my application stand out was to have a really high SAT score, which would also help me be competitive for scholarships." Lincoln worked with a private tutor, learning how to approach test questions and select the most effective strategy for arriving at the best answer. He took countless practice tests, familiarizing himself with time management and pacing skills, as well as the content he would be expected to know. "After working with my tutor, I was much more prepared than I ever could have been on my own, and on the day of the real test, I didn't panic or feel overwhelmed… I wasn't even surprised by anything." Lincoln's hard work and diligence were rewarded when he obtained a near-perfect SAT score, earning himself a place at the undergraduate program of his dreams, as well as numerous financial aid awards.
After graduating from Parsons School of Design, Lincoln lived in Manhattan for a few years, building a portfolio of freelance clients and teaching art courses at a local community college. He also went on to obtain a master's in teaching from Rutgers University, and when his wife's company offered her the chance to transfer to their Calgary office in exchange for a promotion, Lincoln enthusiastically supported the move. "I was thrilled to have the chance to go home again," he smiles. In Calgary, Lincoln found a position teaching art in an after-school program, and when he learned of an opening for an SAT tutor at the local Manhattan Review office, he quickly applied, wanting to continue helping students achieve their own individual successes. Lincoln was immediately welcomed to the team, and students appreciate his calm demeanor and unhurried approach to mastering test-taking strategies. When Lincoln isn't helping future college students ace the SAT, he can be found skateboarding, biking along Moose Mountain with his wife, and visiting the Royal Tyrrell Museum in Drumheller to view some of the world's most impressive dinosaur fossils.