SAT Tutoring in Hamburg (Germany)
Hamburg students can significantly increase their chances of acceptance to universities in the United States with Manhattan Review's SAT prep services. We offer rigorous on-site and online SAT prep classes, customized private SAT tutoring, SAT practice tests, and admissions consulting that thoroughly prepare Hamburg students for the SAT. Manhattan Review is an international educational services firm that has been teaching students in Europe, North America, Asia, and Australia how to succeed on the major undergraduate and graduate admissions tests since 1999. We specialize in test prep for international students, who make up the majority of our student population. SAT students in Hamburg cannot find a more qualified, experienced, and dedicated SAT prep resource anywhere.
Manhattan Review's private SAT tutoring can accommodate any possible combination of student goals, backgrounds, and preferences. Our one-on-one SAT instruction takes full advantage of differentiated instructional techniques to ensure that our custom-designed learning plans are precisely implemented according to specific student needs. Manhattan Review's targeted SAT teaching therefore produces the best possible learning outcomes for optimal academic performance. Our private SAT tutoring is also efficient and convenient, making the most of student effort and promoting an appropriate degree of balance in busy student schedules. Manhattan Review students can have supreme confidence in the qualifications of their SAT tutors, which include high test scores, elite academic training, and substantial teaching and other professional experience.
Hamburg students who wish to get accepted to highly selective universities such as Harvard, Yale, Princeton, MIT, Stanford, or Dartmouth should be encouraged by our track record of helping thousands of past clients secure admission to all of these institutions and many more. A high percentage of these students return to us when they apply to graduate school, in order to prepare for graduate admissions tests such as the GRE, GMAT, or LSAT. Manhattan Review's SAT students eventually become accomplished professionals who have little difficulty competing in the job market. We've seen our former clients hired by Fortune 500 companies, including Marathon Petroleum, Archer Daniels Midland, Dow Chemical, Enterprise Products Partners, and Lockheed Martin. Past Manhattan Review students are also currently employed at Hamburg firms such as Varengold Bank, Signal Iduna, Ganske Publishing Group, Deutscher Pressevertrieb, and Berenberg Bank. With a high-quality education, the possibilities are limitless. Manhattan Review's SAT prep is the first step to a promising future.
SAT Private Tutoring
He was able to break down difficult material. I was able to destruct and master the basic things I would need to get a good score on the SAT.
- Sade Catlyn (This student took our SAT preparation course)
Radisson Blu Hotel
Marseiller Strasse 2
20355 Hamburg, Germany
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Sandra F. is a veteran educator with more than 30 years of teaching experience. She was a high school math teacher in her home region of San Diego, California, from 1985 to 2010. She has also been teaching SAT prep since 1993, and has adapted her tutoring to SAT revisions on several previous occasions. She is thus eminently qualified to provide instruction for the new SAT in 2016, and she offers her SAT students all of the insights that have taken many years to acquire.
Sandra holds a bachelor's degree in education from the University of California – San Diego and a master's degree in education from UCLA. She has taught SAT prep to over 1,000 students over the course of her long career, and has a large collection of glowing student evaluations. "Her SAT prep led to high scores and other types of academic achievement," reads one such comment. "A supremely talented educator with a gift for teaching," said another. Sandra has lived in Hamburg since 2013, and is enjoying her semi-retirement, which gives her time to pursue other interests. She is currently writing a book on her experiences as an urban high school teacher.