SAT Tutoring in Queens (New York)

Students in the Queens area that are looking for personalized assistance to help them with the SAT exam may find themselves looking for private tutoring to help cover their individual needs. The best resource for private SAT tutoring in the Queens area is Manhattan Review, which has been providing private tutoring and other preparation methods for a variety of standardized tests, such as the SAT, since 1999. Students who choose to take advantage of Manhattan Review's private tutoring can either utilize it on its own, or in combination with other options such as group courses and practice exams, to ensure that they are preparing themselves for the SAT in the way that makes the most sense to their study needs. Students who work with Manhattan Review will also have access to a variety of helpful benefits that they can utilize to help themselves properly prepare for the day of the exam.

Students who work with Manhattan Review's private tutors have the ability to customize their schedule and lesson plan as necessary to ensure that they get the most out of their course of study and have an easier time delivering a well-rounded performance on the day of the exam thanks to the strengths and weaknesses being adjusted as necessary. Manhattan Review tutors can work with their students in-person or online depending on what the student would prefer, an option that is also available for the group courses offered by Manhattan Review. Students who work with a Manhattan Review private tutor in-person will be able to work at any mutually convenient location in the New York City area to allow for both student and instructor to have a mutually convenient commute to the chosen study location. The practice exams and curriculums that Manhattan Review provide their students are updated on an annual basis to ensure that the students will be working in a way that is relevant to the most recent edition of the exam.

Students who work with Manhattan Review's private tutors and the other study methods offered to ensure that they have a better grasp of the SAT's material have managed to use the guidance provided to allow for a higher understand of the exam and a better score on the day it is taken. Students who have worked with Manhattan Review have managed to utilize the guidance and higher scores they have received on the day of the exam to gain acceptance into a wide variety of universities, such as New York City schools Columbia, Barnard, New York University, DeVry, The New School, and many others, along with schools outside of New York City such as Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Princeton, Emory, Brown, Oxford, Cambridge, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and many more. Students have also used their academic backgrounds at these schools to help themselves gain careers at various companies, including New York based ones such as Pfizer, Verizon, and Bank of America. Call or email an academic program advisor today to learn more.

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 Queens - Photo of Student Niaema Fox

Funny, made things clear and related things to real life. The SAT / ACT course was very helpful, I don’t think I would’ve improved my reading skills without it. This course also gave me strategies to break down a reading. I got a feel for the SAT and had practice in areas I struggled in.
- Niaema Fox (This student took our SAT preparation course)

Meet a Queens SAT Tutor: Eileen R.

Eileen R. spent a large part of her childhood moving around due to her family's work, and spent large periods of time in the Miami, New York City, and Kansas City areas before she attended college at New York University, where she studied mathematics. She decided to remain in the New York City area and began working as a tutor with Manhattan Review.

Eileen had experience with helping students prepare for standardized tests such as the SAT and ACT even before her time working for Manhattan Review, as she took it up during her time in college as a way of helping to cover certain costs associated with living in New York City. She spends her free time trying out new restaurants in the area.