SAT Tutoring in New Orleans (Louisiana)

Manhattan Review has been the industry leader in SAT tutoring services for nearly two decades. Offering the most customizable and advanced tutoring programs right here in New Orleans, our instructors create personalized SAT study plans for each of our students. Mastering your strongest and weakest subjects of study is just part of what our dedicated and accomplished tutors do; they also instill confidence vital to succeed on test day. Our unmatched SAT exam prep courses in New Orleans were not created for the masses, but rather for those seeking a top tier score. The list of schools our students have earned degrees from speaks for its self: Columbia, Harvard, Stanford and John Hopkins University, to name a few.

Our easy to follow, world-class syllabus has been created from analyzing the SAT for over fifteen years. Although we may not know the exact questions that will be asked, we learned from dissecting the exam, learning certain tendencies and what types of questions to expect. In the hands of one of our talented and distinguished tutors, the syllabus is like a lightning bolt, which charges each student with confidence and knowledge to help them succeed during the test. Our enthusiastic tutors are not just highly educated, but we only seek out and hire those truly passionate about teaching and helping their pupils reach their goal of a top tier score.

Whether you want to start your own company, work for a Fortune 500 company or something in between, a high percentile SAT score will open the door to the finest institutions in the country. The competition in the state of Louisiana for its prestigious universities has grown in recent years. Students desiring to attend Louisiana State University or Loyola University will have their application brought to the top if they have a high percentile SAT score. Don't take a chance on your future, let Manhattan Review's time tested, unsurpassed exam prep courses maximize your potential on the SAT and get you into the school you've been dreaming about.

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 New Orleans - Photo of Student Jeleine Toussarz

I like his walkthrough of the problems. Also the strategies he gave. It helped me improve my English and writing. I went up on my SAT scores.
- Jeleine Toussarz (This student took our SAT preparation course)

New Orleans

Primary Course Venue:
Manhattan Review GMAT GRE LSAT Prep
New Orleans Teaching Center at the Hyatt
881 Convention Center Boulevard
New Orleans, LA 70130

Phone: (504) 208-2487

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

Meet a New Orleans SAT Tutor: David E.

For more than six years now, David has been in the classroom teaching Manhattan Review students SAT exam prep courses. He began tutoring his peers while in undergrad at Washington State University. He then went on to Brown, where he received his Masters in Cognitive Psychology. He was, and is, fascinated with the psychology of learning. Being a tutor is really just a bonus for David.

In undergrad, David began tutoring his peers and relished seeing them grasp subjects once out of reach. He was enthralled with how each person was unique in their learning style. Sure, if he threw a bunch of formulas their way they would all eventually get the same answer, but when he watched and learned how each got to the answer he learned vast amounts of valuable cognitive information. Once he knew how they each learned best, the sky was the limit.

Soon after graduation David traded in his rain jacket for a pair of flip flops and moved to the Crescent City. New Orleans was always a dream of his to live in as his family had a French background. Instantly, David fell in love with the food, the music, and the culture of the city and never looked back. Now, he learns new ways to teach young students how to achieve stellar scores on the SAT and wouldn't have it any other way.