SAT Tutoring in Seattle (Washington State)
Manhattan Review has been helping students bolster their SAT scores since 1999. In the past 15+ years, we have worked with high school students and other test-takers worldwide to make the SAT more approachable, the questions carefully practiced. Test-taking strategies are part of the process. We can help you test smarter, with tips and techniques to maximize points and minimize penalties. With confidence and know-how, students enter the exam room and perform at their highest potential. The SAT is a measuring tool that tells admissions departments about the aptitude level of college candidates. The test measures proficiency in reading comprehension, mathematics, and vocabulary. Like school transcripts, extra-curricular and admissions essays, the SAT is an important measuring tool for undergraduate admissions.
Many students studying for the SAT create flashcards and furiously set about a crash course of the high school curriculum. But the SAT tests a completely different curriculum than that learned in a high school classroom. With our years of experience and well-educated tutors, we understand that there is much more of a method to this assessment than meets the eye. The SAT is not a randomized guessing game, and over the years, our test prep company has become increasingly familiar with the patterns and formulaic nature of each section. We may not prepare you with exactly the same question you'll see on testing day; however, once you can answer a certain type of question correctly, the comprehension translates to the whole category of questions.
We have the highest quality test prep materials from SAT practice exams to a proven course syllabus to help students succeed in every portion of the test. With the help of a private tutor, students also have access to personalized support and a custom learning plan to diagnosis and troubleshoot any problem areas. By working on weaknesses, test-takers can gain confidence in the verbal or math sections to score higher.
A high SAT score can help turn a college application into an absolute standout. With our undergraduate advising services, you can plan your strategy to gain admission to your top-choice school. In the past, we have helped thousands of students get into the best-of-the-best, including Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Princeton, MIT, Stanford, Caltech, and University of Pennsylvania. For Seattle area students, the academic institutions are plentiful and the job opportunities prosperous. This is the perfect launching point for a career in any industry, and we will pair you up with a distinguished private tutor who can accommodate your schedule and learning style to improve your SAT score.
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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Seattle Teaching Center at the Sheraton
1400 Sixth Ave
Seattle, WA 98101
Phone: (206) 508-1406
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Kathy has worn a number of hats during her career. Earning her undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering at Virginia Tech, the young scholar switched gears and studied Nursing at Duke University. She received her RN and BSN credentials and began working at Duke University Health System. Down the road, Kathy got involved with a nonprofit organization that advocated for families in need and administered medical care for an affordable cost. This work brought her first to Phoenix, then Portland, and later into the Seattle region.
Kathy has evolved her role into a health and wellness coach, and she is working on her book currently about hot-topic trending subjects in the healthcare industry from a holistic wellness approach. Kathy enjoys farmers markets, holistic living, yoga, and meditation. She became a private SAT tutor for Manhattan Review in 2009 and has been helping students garner healthy attitudes and approaches to the standardized assessment ever since.