SAT Tutoring in Chicago
Manhattan Review focuses on one-on-one test preparation for the SAT, so you can be assured your program is custom-fit to meet your needs. Get the highest quality resources in Chicago to achieve top scores on the SAT and begin your undergraduate career ahead of the curve. The SAT covers wide-ranging material. We're here to work in the areas where you need the most improvement to strengthen your test-taking abilities.
Allow our expertise to guide you, and we'll concentrate on the areas necessary to bring you to the top SAT results. We have identified and teamed up with the best tutors from around the country to communicate our successful program. These tutors equip you with the tools you'll need in a study syllabus that works especially well for you. Our Chicago SAT tutors use the most innovative, proven test prep methods and have worked with thousands of students over the years to achieve incredible results.
Come see how our commitment to personalized care will prepare you for the SAT. Manhattan Review students have gotten accepted into MIT, Harvard, Princeton, Georgetown, and Yale. In the Chicago area, increasingly competitive institutions such as University of Chicago and Loyola University grant entry first to the applicants with top SAT scores. Let our personalized one-on-one private tutoring gear you up for the top percentile scores on the SAT.
SAT Private Tutoring
I learned a lot of effective strategies for SAT writing/verbal.
- Taahirah Ali (This student took our SAT preparation course)
Manhattan Review GMAT GRE LSAT Prep & Admissions Consulting
400 E Randolph Street, Apt 2316
Chicago, IL 60601
Phone: (312) 324-6624
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
During the day, Jackson writes for a science publication in Washington D.C. Most evenings, Jackson is a private SAT tutor for Manhattan Review in Chicago. Both of these callings require him breaking down complex ideas into more user-friendly concepts. Jackson was elated to get a perfect score on his SAT, as he was then able to get a full scholarship to his first choice undergraduate school.
Jackson graduated from Columbia University with a degree in Biochemistry and then went on to grad school. He scored a 1590 out of 1600 on the GRE and went on to study Science Journalism at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. He spent two years teaching biology in an inner-city Baltimore high school. He has also led classes for nonprofits and test prep companies. As a freelance writer, Jackson has contributed to at least a dozen notable newspapers and publications.
Well-versed in his scholarly pursuits, Jackson is able to go "back to the basics" to help students prepare for the SAT. His academic experience gives him a unique edge when it comes to mastering the verbal and math portions of the test. Jackson is an impeccable resource for college and graduate level admissions, so don't hesitate to hit him up with your questions or concerns. In his very little spare time, Jackson is working on developing a comic book that only a science geek could love; riding his motorcycle in the Illinois countryside; and teaching his Border Collies new agility tricks.