SAT Tutoring in Evanston (Illinois)
Evanston students can achieve high scores on the SAT with Manhattan Review's comprehensive SAT learning plans. We are a full-service test prep firm that provides several effective SAT preparation options for diverse SAT learners. Group SAT classroom instruction is available either on-site in Evanston or online, and we also offer customized SAT tutoring in one-on-one format and realistic SAT practice tests. Manhattan Review is a global test prep company that teaches SAT prep to students in North America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Latin America, and our clients learn how to master all of the skills necessary for high scores. We have facilitated thousands of successful learning outcomes for students in Evanston and other cities, and a large percentage of our students are accepted to their first-choice undergraduate programs. We've put together a team of the best SAT tutors and classroom instructors in Evanston, all of whom are highly experienced educators who know how to get results. Become a Manhattan Review student today, and let us help you decide which of our SAT offerings is the best choice for you.
Most universities in the United States do not specify minimum SAT requirements for their applicants, but the SAT is nonetheless a significant component of undergraduate admissions decisions. There is a strong correlation between university acceptance rates and the average test scores of new students, and lower admit rates are strongly linked to higher test scores. Stanford University, for example, is one of the most selective universities in the world, and this institution accepts about 5% of its applicants. 75% of Stanford students received scores of 690 or higher on SAT critical reading, 700 or higher on the math section of the SAT, and 690 or above on SAT writing. Admission to Harvard University, with an acceptance rate of 6%, is associated with middle-50% SAT scores of 700-800 critical reading, 700-800 math, and 710-790 writing. New students at Georgetown University (acceptance rate of 17%) received middle-50% composite scores of 1320-1500 on the 2016 SAT (1600-point scale). Students interested in acceptance to elite universities must take advantage of every opportunity to improve their SAT performance.
Manhattan Review's SAT prep courses and private tutoring have gotten our students accepted to an impressive list of world-class postsecondary institutions, including Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Dartmouth, Cornell, Columbia, the University of Pennsylvania, Brown, Stanford, UC Berkeley, the California Institute of Technology, UCLA, the University of Chicago, Northwestern, the University of Michigan, Johns Hopkins, Vanderbilt, Carnegie Mellon, the University of Virginia, Swarthmore, Emory, Duke, and countless others. Some of our former SAT clients now contribute to the business community in Evanston, as vital employees of local firms such as Moveboxer, ZS Associates, Arc Technology Group, Magnetar Capital, and First Bank & Trust. A much larger number of our past SAT students are now working for Enterprise Products Partners, JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America, New York Life Insurance, Berkshire Hathaway, and other Fortune 500 companies. We've also seen our former students enter the public sector in a variety of different fields.
SAT Private Tutoring
Good SAT test taking strategies learned. I developed new skills and feel more prepared.
- Kevin Gonzalez (This student took our SAT preparation course)
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Evanston Teaching Center at the Hilton
1818 Maple Ave
Evanston, IL 60201
Phone: (847) 425-4381
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Jussi P., originally from Helsinki, Finland has been affiliated with Manhattan Review in Evanston since last year. He formerly taught out of our office in Atlanta, and he has been an SAT educator for the past eight years. Jussi likes to infuse his teaching with multimedia approaches, entertaining rhetorical devices, and even games to keep his students engaged and focused on the material. According to his student evaluations, Jussi’s teaching style is widely appreciated.
Jussi's postsecondary education was completed entirely in the United States. He is a graduate of Emory University (bachelor's degree in chemistry) and Rice University (master of arts in teaching). He is a chemistry teacher at a prestigious private high school in the Chicago area. His hobbies include ultimate frisbee, riding motorcycles, and going to rock shows in Chicago with his many friends.