SAT Tutoring in Montreal (Canada)

Although college applicants may submit ACT scores or focus on test-optional institutions, the SAT is the preferred choice of students accepted to the top universities in the United States. Manhattan Review is a test prep company that teaches students in Montreal how to receive the highest possible scores and gain admission to prestigious post-secondary institutions. We have been offering a full complement of flexible learning plans since 1999, and our Montreal SAT options include on-site or online SAT prep courses, SAT private tutoring, and SAT practice tests. Thousands of students have entrusted their test prep education to Manhattan Review, and have been rewarded with successful applications to elite colleges. We are the most student-centered and results-driven company in the industry, and we have led the way in developing quality course materials and engaging methods of instruction. Contact us as soon as possible, and we'll help you select the SAT learning program that's best for you.

According to the National Center for Education Statistics, more than 18 million students are currently enrolled in undergraduate degree programs in the United States, which represents an enrollment growth in excess of 20% over the past 10 years. The undergraduate student population comprises about 40% of the age group 18-24. These students come from the nation's 38,000 high schools, and the strong reputation of American universities attracts many more students from overseas. The natural result of this increase in university enrollment is heightened competition, which applies to all criteria by which undergraduate applicants are evaluated. Grade inflation at the high school level has devalued GPA as a measure of student potential, forcing a corresponding rise in the consideration of test scores. Today's students must substantially outperform the previous generation on the SAT in order to submit truly distinguished university applications.

Manhattan Review's SAT prep services have facilitated recent acceptances to the most selective schools, including Harvard (middle 50% SAT scores of 700-800 each in critical reading and math), Columbia (690-780 critical reading and 690-790 math), Stanford (690-780 and 700-800 respectively for reading and math), the University of Pennsylvania (680-760 reading and 700-790 math), and Carnegie Mellon (650-740 reading and 710-800 math). Note that these scores are hundreds of points higher than the averages for all test-takers, which the College Board reports at 497 reading and 513 math. While upper-percentile SAT performance nearly always requires top-notch instruction and substantial student effort, the investment will eventually pay off in exponential fashion once the student enters the job market. Graduates of the most prestigious universities have very little fear of unemployment or underemployment, and typically earn high salaries immediately after graduation. Past Manhattan Review SAT clients have been hired by several Fortune 500 companies, including Microsoft, Prudential Financial, JP Morgan Chase, United Technologies, Archer Daniels Midland, and Dow Chemical.

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 Montreal - Photo of Student Taahirah Ali

I learned a lot of effective strategies for SAT writing/verbal.
- Taahirah Ali (This student took our SAT preparation course)


Primary Course Venue:

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Montreal Teaching Center at the Sheraton
1201 Boulevard Rene-Levesque West
Montreal, Quebec H3B 2L7

Phone: (514) 312-7207

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

Meet a Montreal SAT Tutor: Nathaniel M.

Nathaniel M. is a teacher of SAT and GRE prep who has worked for Manhattan Review since 2010. He is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, with a bachelor's degree in computer science. He began his tutoring career as an independent teacher in the Pittsburgh area while still in college. He is also a full-time software developer for a Montreal tech start-up.

Nathaniel's technological skills have been extremely helpful to Manhattan Review's SAT offerings. He has contributed his expertise to improving our online SAT course content and course materials, which have received rave reviews from our students. He doesn't have much free time these days, but he tries to pursue as many hobbies as possible. His current outside interests include classic video games, table tennis, and golf.