SAT Tutoring in Jakarta (Indonesia)
Manhattan Review offers the most engaging, effective, and comprehensive SAT preparation services available in Jakarta. Founded in 1999, Manhattan Review is an international education company that has produced top test scores for tens of thousands of students all over the world. Our SAT prep offerings for Jakarta students include in-person SAT tutoring, online interactive SAT tutoring, and SAT group courses in on-site or online formats. We also, write, publish, and distribute SAT practice tests of the highest quality, and we are the author of the widely respected Turbocharge Your Prep series of SAT guidebooks. Manhattan Review's Jakarta SAT tutors and classroom instructors have been chosen for their impeccable academic credentials, vast teaching experience, and accessible styles of instruction. We have developed an innovative program of SAT learning that is specifically intended for international students, many of whom face additional challenges to SAT success, such as language and cultural barriers. No other test prep company is dedicated primarily to teaching international test-takers, and no other firm can match the results we produce with this special type of student. Learn more about Manhattan Review's superior SAT programs by contacting our Jakarta office today.
With more than 2.1 million annual test-takers, the SAT is one of the world's most widely taken standardized assessments. According to the College Board, the median SAT composite score for all students during the most recent testing year was approximately 1050 (this is built from medians of roughly 520 Math and 530 Evidence-Based Reading and Writing). Two-thirds of SAT users score 1150 or below, and scores of 1240, 1340 and 1420 represent the top 20%, 10%, and 5%, respectively. Just 1% all of all test-takers attained or exceeded a total score of 1500. Selective universities typically expect composite scores of 1300 or higher, and very selective colleges will receive many applications from candidates with SAT scores of 1400 and up. For students who wish to compete in this environment, effective SAT preparation is imperative. Manhattan Review's Jakarta SAT learning plans consistently produce high scores for students who complete the courses and devote sufficient effort to their studies.
Manhattan Review's SAT students have been admitted to a long list of elite research universities and liberal arts colleges, among them Harvard, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Stanford, the University of Pennsylvania, Duke, Johns Hopkins, the University of California-Berkeley, the University of Michigan, Swarthmore, Tufts, the College of William & Mary, the University of Virginia, the California Institute of Technology, and many more. A large number of our former SAT clients have been hired by prominent companies, both in the United States and in Indonesia. The list of firms to hire past Manhattan Review students includes State Farm Insurance, Google, World Fuel Services, JP Morgan Chase, Express Scripts Holding, Lippo Group, Bank Banten, Rajawali Corpora, Surya Citra Media, and Harita Group. A successful future requires long-term planning. Manhattan Review's SAT prep courses and SAT private tutoring for students in Jakarta will help you get started on a bright future.
SAT Private Tutoring
I learned a lot of effective strategies for SAT writing/verbal.
- Taahirah Ali (This student took our SAT preparation course)
JW Marriott Hotel Jakarta
Jalan Lingkar Mega Kuningan Kav. E No. 1-2 Kuningan Timur
Jakarta 12950, Indonesia
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Umar M. is a Jakarta native who returned to his home city in 2015 after more than 10 years in the United States. He earned a bachelor's degree in history at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a master's degree in education at Boston University. He began his career in education as a teacher in the Boston public schools, and he became an SAT tutor in 2009.
Umar's Jakarta students are inspired by his example and seek to emulate his success. "It's great to see that someone from Jakarta can accomplish so much in America," said one of Umar's current students. "He was able to complete two degrees and pursue a successful teaching career in a foreign country, and that makes me believe that I can do something similar."