SAT Tutoring in Colorado Springs (Colorado)

Students who are looking to prepare themselves for the SAT exam may feel that the best way to help themselves stand out amongst the many people taking the most popular standardized test is to use a private tutor for their studies. With so many people having the SAT as their first standardized test despite the increasing popularity of the ACT alternative, it is a route being taken by an increasing number of students to prepare themselves for the SAT exam. Manhattan Review has been providing private tutoring to students since 1999, and it currently offers the best private tutoring for the SAT in the Colorado Springs area. Students who work with the private tutors at Manhattan Review can take advantage of the many unique benefits that Manhattan Review's tutors offer their students.

Students who choose to use Manhattan Review private tutoring services for their SAT preparation can take advantage of the services in either an online or in-person context depending on what they feel suits their study needs the best. Manhattan Review tutors can also offer their students a customizable learning plan that can be adjusted and tailored as necessary to fit the needs of the student based on perceived strengths and weaknesses on certain subject matters. Manhattan Review tutors also offer flexible scheduling and, if you are using an in-person tutor, the ability to meet the tutor in a mutually agreed upon location in the Colorado Springs area that benefits both parties. Manhattan Review tutors can also be taken advantage of in combination with the group courses and practice tests that we also provide to students who are looking to help themselves prepare for the SAT exam via a variety of different methods.

Students in the Colorado Springs area and elsewhere who have used Manhattan Review's private tutoring services in their SAT preparation have gone on to improve their performance on the exam. Thanks to taking advantage of their private tutors to help them improve their performance on the SAT, students have also managed to translate their higher scores into acceptance from the admissions committees at various highly ranked universities both in and out of the Colorado Springs area. Students have gotten into local schools such as Colorado College and University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, and schools across the world such as Harvard, Oxford, Columbia, Northwestern, UCLA, William and Mary, and many others. Students who have taken advantage of Manhattan Review's services for SAT preparation have also gone on to work at Fortune 500 companies such as Microsoft, Apple, Dell, Bank of America, JP Morgan and Chase, General Motors, and many others. Call or email an academic program advisor today for more information on the test preparation options offered by Manhattan Review.

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 Colorado Springs - Photo of Student Shaniqua

My instructor goes into detail with every problem. I left this SAT course with new material learned and easier ways to solve problems, which helped me out a lot. With the material I learned here I was able to up my math test scores.
- Shaniqua (This student took our SAT preparation course.)

Meet a Colorado Springs SAT Tutor: Daniel W.

Daniel W. is a tutor who has been helping students in both the group courses and private tutoring contexts that Manhattan Review offers its students since he moved to the Colorado Springs area. He attended school at Colorado College and stayed in the area once he finished his Master's degree in education. He is currently working in the area as an English teacher in addition to his SAT tutoring.

Daniel believes that the best method of SAT preparation involves careful time management alongside a strong grasp of the material that is covered on the SAT, and encourages his students to try and improve their skills at reading things quickly but carefully to ensure maximum comprehension of what the question is asking of them. When he is not instructing students for the SAT or teaching, Daniel likes to spend his free time cooking.