SAT Tutoring in Stamford (Connecticut)
Manhattan Review is a widely respected international test prep firm that provides a full complement of SAT services for undergraduate university applicants in Stamford. Local students can dramatically improve their SAT performance with our customized SAT tutoring, online SAT prep courses, on-site SAT group classes, and SAT practice tests. Manhattan Review has taught thousands of students around the world how to become expert test-takers, and our history of facilitating academic achievement goes all the way back to our founding in 1999. Our superior SAT tutors and classroom instructors use the industry's most engaging methods of instruction to develop student content abilities, study skills, and testing strategies, all of which contribute to outstanding test score results. We also build student self-confidence through positive reinforcement and constructive feedback. Our flexible course scheduling allows Stamford students to start getting ready for the SAT right away. Learn more about why Manhattan Review is Stamford's leading SAT preparation resource by contacting our local office. We'll provide details on our SAT learning plans and answer your questions, either online, by phone, or by email.
Secondary school students have probably heard about "test-optional" university admissions in the United States. According to some sources, more than 900 tertiary institutions do not use standardized testing for undergraduate admissions. However, with over 4,700 such institutions, this represents a small portion of the total number of universities (less than 20%). Furthermore, very few test-optional schools are among the most highly ranked institutions in the country, and Wake Forest University is the only such school ranked in the top 50 nationally. Every other highly ranked university requires either the SAT or the ACT for undergraduate admission, and this is not likely to change in the immediate future. Rather than approaching the SAT as a cumbersome requirement, prospective college students should understand that the SAT is an opportunity to enhance their applications. Comprehensive SAT prep reliably improves SAT performance, and higher SAT scores generally increase the odds of admission. Furthermore, SAT prep develops broad academic skills that are helpful to student performance in college.
Manhattan Review's SAT prep courses and private tutoring for students in Stamford and other cities are strongly associated with acceptance to elite universities. Our SAT clients have secured admission to world-class schools such as Princeton, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard, Cornell, Brown, Columbia, Yale, the University of California-Berkeley, the University of Pennsylvania, Stanford, the University of Virginia, the University of Chicago, the University of California-Los Angeles, Swarthmore, Vanderbilt, Georgetown, and many more. Thousands of past Manhattan Review clients are now employed by Fortune 500 companies, including New York Life Insurance, Dow Chemical, Bank of America, Walgreens Boots Alliance, and United Technologies. We also have a number of former students currently working for Stamford's top firms, such as General Reinsurance Corporation, Harman International Industries, Point72 Asset Management, Pitney Bowes, and NBC Sports Group. Start planning for long-term success today with Manhattan Review's highly effective SAT prep services for students in Stamford.
SAT Private Tutoring
I like the amount of attention given to the topic and the instructor helped very much. She did a great job! My score on my diagnostic SAT went up 260 points!
- Chelsea (This student took our SAT preparation course.)
Gregory N. is a graduate of the University of Connecticut (bachelor's degree in economics) and Boston University (master of arts in teaching). First hired by Manhattan Review's New York City home office in 2012, Gregory joined the staff of our Stamford branch in 2017. He has been working as an SAT prep tutor and classroom instructor since his junior year of college in 2004.
Gregory takes great pride in his adaptability as an educator. "I've taught three different versions of the SAT," he says. "Some people grumble at having to revise their instruction, but I embraced the challenge because it has made me a much better teacher." Originally from Hartford, Connecticut, Gregory spends his free time playing basketball, travelling to various cities on the East Coast, and playing online video games.