SAT Private Tutoring in Oxford (United Kingdom)

As the most widely taken standardized test and one that is a potentially critical factor for students looking to get into their choice of college, proper preparation for the SAT is an important step. Students who are looking to ensure a strong performance on the day of the SAT may find themselves looking into private tutoring and other forms of study to help them with the process of learning the material covered on the SAT. Students looking for the best private tutoring resources in the Oxford area should look to Manhattan Review for the best test prep options for the SAT. Manhattan Review has been helping students with the process of preparing for a variety of standardized tests since 1999. Students who work with Manhattan Review for the process of preparing for the SAT are able to utilize private tutoring either individually or in combination with other study options such as group courses and practice exams as part of Manhattan Review's customizable packages.

Students who choose to work with one of Manhattan Review's private tutors will have access to a wide variety of benefits, in addition to being able to work with an instructor who has been helping several students each year to prepare for standardized tests such as the SAT. Manhattan Review's private tutors can work with their students either in-person or online, an option that is also available for the group courses that Manhattan Review offers. Students who choose to work with a Manhattan Review private tutor in-person can utilize any mutually convenient location in the Oxford area to master the material. Manhattan Review's private tutors can also offer their students flexible scheduling and the ability to customize their lesson plans as needed to fit the strengths and weaknesses of the students, along with having access to practice exams and study curriculums that are designed to help students in a way that accurately reflects the SAT's current layout.

Students in the Oxford area who have chosen to work with Manhattan Review for the process of preparing for the SAT have developed their skills in learning the material covered on the exam in a way that has helped them to earn a higher score on the day of the test. Students who have worked with Manhattan Review have used the guidance they have received to develop a stronger understanding of the material on the exam, and subsequently used their improved score to get into various schools. Students from Manhattan Review have attended schools based in Oxford such as Oxford University, and schools outside of the area such as Harvard, Yale, Cambridge, Princeton, Stanford, UCLA, Penn State, Brown, Emory, Vassar, University of Chicago, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and many others. Call or email an academic program advisor today to learn about the options available to help students who are looking for assistance in preparing for the SAT in the Oxford area.

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 Oxford - 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)

Oxford

Primary Course Venue:

Royal Oxford Hotel
Park End Street
Oxford OX1 1HR, England

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

Meet an Oxford SAT Tutor: Jared D.

Jared D. grew up in Newcastle Upon Tyne before moving to Oxford, then subsequently began helping students in the area who were looking to prepare for standardized tests such as the SAT and ACT. He later earned a Master's in education and now continues working with students, including students with Manhattan Review who are looking to prepare for the SAT.

Jared's methods for helping students to prepare for the SAT and other standardized tests have developed thanks to his increasing levels of experience with working with students who are looking to prepare themselves properly for standardized tests such as the SAT. When he is not helping students in and out of Oxford with standardized tests, he likes to study at the Oxford library.