SAT Tutoring in Jacksonville (Florida)

As a critical part of the application process for many colleges and universities around the world, the Scholastic Assessment Test, or SAT, presents quite a challenge for most prospective college students. And while some students may feel confident with their ability to conquer the SAT on their own, others may not. Whether you need someone to practice sections of the test with or you need tips on handling test-day anxiety, Manhattan Review has experienced private tutors that can help you achieve your SAT testing goals.

For over 15 years, Manhattan Review has been providing students with world-class SAT test prep services, unlike no other. How do we accomplish this? For starters, we offer prospective college students interactive online courses that they can custom design specifically to suit their individual needs. Whether the student has certain time constraints affecting their schedule or they need a test prep program that will take into account their unique learning style, our state-of-the-art program was made for every type of student there is. Secondly, and perhaps our biggest draw for SAT preppers, are our professional private tutors. Manhattan Review has accumulated an impressive list of talented private tutors who are committed to helping students, like yourself, do as well as they did, if not better, on the SAT. And their efforts have not gone unnoticed.

Over the years, all of the top colleges and universities in Jacksonville, including the University of North Florida, Florida State College of Jacksonville, the Art Institute of Jacksonville, Jones College and St. John's River State College, have eagerly admitted our past participants for two reasons. First, they know that we train the best and the brightest that Jacksonville has to offer. Second, we have a stellar track. No other SAT prep service has created more high-scoring SAT takers and helped to get more students accepted into top area schools than Manhattan Review. Additionally, our students have also benefited from our reputation among the top employers in Jacksonville as well. From the Jacksonville International Airport to the multiple military facilities to the four Fortune 500 companies in Jacksonville, all of the biggest employers in the area are eager to hire Manhattan Review students because they have our stamp of approval.

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 Jacksonville - Photo of Student Kevin Gonzalez

Good SAT test taking strategies learned. I developed new skills and feel more prepared.
- Kevin Gonzalez (This student took our SAT preparation course)


Primary Course Venue:

Manhattan Review GMAT GRE LSAT Prep
Jacksonville Teaching Center at the Hyatt
225 East Coastline Drive
Jacksonville, FL 32202

Phone: (904) 302-5456

NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.

Meet a Jacksonville SAT Tutor: Jordan P.

Every so often, Manhattan Review is lucky enough to land a professional like Jordan. Although he was raised in the Washington, DC area, a job relocation brought him to Jacksonville nearly ten years ago and he has been making his mark in the First Coast region of northeast Florida ever since. As one of the leading professionals in the information services industry, Jordan has worked for some of the biggest companies all across the country. And while some would be content with the level of success that he has achieved, both academically and professionally, he continues to strive for new and exciting challenges, which he has found in private tutoring for Manhattan Review.

Since coming aboard Manhattan Review as a private tutor, Jordan has been proudly continuing our tradition of delivering world-class SAT test prep services to students right here in Jacksonville. Over the past couple of years, our students have grown quite fond of working with Jordan. As is the case with our other tutors, students are surprised to find out that Jordan is so down-to-earth, despite his many professional accomplishments. But Jordan is too modest to focus on that. He often reminds his students that his success was built upon two things that he wants to impart on them during their time at Manhattan Review: hard work and a solid academic foundation. With such an honest and humble perspective, it's no wonder he is such a hit among the students. And we are better off for having him as part of our SAT prep team.