SAT Tutoring in Los Angeles (California)
Los Angeles is home to some of the top schools in the country. From the University of Southern California to Pepperdine University to Loyola Marymount University to Syracuse University, Los Angeles campus is brimming with top tier higher education possibilities for academic achievers. In order to get into these schools, however, students need to achieve better than the middle-80 score on their standardized tests, like the Scholastic Assessment Test, or SAT. Better your chances of success by enrolling in the SAT test prep program at Manhattan Review.
Since 1999, Manhattan Review has been helping students increase their SAT scores in the Los Angeles area. Regardless of your academic standing, our full-proof boutique program is designed to help you succeed on test day. Students have the option of requesting a professional tutor, whom are some of the best in their fields and that we have extracted from all around the world for the benefit of our students, or they can choose a more independent study format through interactive online courses. Either way, all of our students have access to our state-of-the-art resources and online tools such as real world practice tests that are an exact replica of the SAT tests that students will encounter on test day. Over the years, all of these tools have proven over and over again that Manhattan Review is the best at SAT test prep and the top companies in the Los Angeles would agree.
All of the top employers in the Los Angeles area, including the University of California, Kaiser Permanente, Northrop Grumman, Walt Disney, Warner Brothers Entertainment Group and Bank of America all have employees who at one time utilized Manhattan Review's test prep services. As a result, Manhattan Review has developed a reputation in the Los Angeles community as being the best at SAT test prep and enhancing the quality of college students, who then become employed by the area companies. Get on the path to success and enroll in a Manhattan Review's SAT test prep services.
SAT Private Tutoring
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.)
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Los Angeles Teaching Center at the Marriott
900 West Olympic Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Phone: (310) 402-5117
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
California native, Alex, graduated from Southern California Institute of Architecture at the top of his class, which then afforded him the opportunity to have his pick among the top architecture firms. Alex ultimately decided to work for Gensler, where he has consistently achieved promotions for exceptional work in the field. Despite having a successful career and marrying his college sweetheart, Natalie, Alex desired something more so he decided to volunteer to tutor students in math and science. Little did he know at the time, that experience would lay the foundation for the next phase of his career.
While tutoring the students at a local high school, Alex came across one student who was studying to take the SAT. Alex really took to tutoring SAT prep and it wasn't long before word began to spread that there was an architect who not only could help you study for the SAT, but was willing to do so. Not long after, Alex discovered Manhattan Review and became one of our world-class SAT tutors. His ability to relate to all kinds of students has served him well, but it works in tandem with his unique expertise and experience, as his colleagues would all agree.
Alex and his wife enjoy biking through Los Angeles and travelling the world in their spare time. The couple has been to 15 different countries, which is something that Alex attributes to his success as a SAT test prep tutor for Manhattan Review. In his own words: "getting to experience other cultures affords me the opportunity to open my mind beyond imagination, which is something I bring to my work and my students, without hesitation in passing it along."