SAT Tutoring in Urbana-Champaign (Illinois)

Students who are looking to prepare themselves for the SAT might feel that the best option to help themselves with their preparation is a private tutor. Manhattan Review has been offering students assistance with private tutoring since 1999, and students in the Urbana-Champaign area can be assured that the tutors that Manhattan Review has to offer provide a wide number of benefits that make them the best on the market. Students can choose whether they would like to work with their tutor online or in-person depending on what they would prefer. Working with a tutor in-person allows for the student and the tutor to meet at a mutually agreed upon location that is convenient for both, and both in-person and online options allow for flexible scheduling that fits both parties' schedules. Students can also have their lesson plan customized as necessary to fit their needs in preparing for the exam.

Students who have taken advantage of Manhattan Review's tutoring services to help themselves with their SAT exam preparation have found themselves performing better on the exam thanks to the assistance of their tutors. Students who are ESL speakers will also find that even if they are not in a position where they need to take the TOEFL or IELTS, Manhattan Review's instructors can help them in improving their English language skills in a way that will be sure to help them on the SAT, especially since Manhattan Review's tutoring and instructor base is diverse and international in its spread, resulting in our instructors having the capabilities to assist students no matter whether they are struggling with the English language or something else entirely related to their standardized tests. With so many of our private tutors also working as teachers, Manhattan Review can also assure our SAT students that they will have academic assistance in various forms.

As the most widely taken standardized test, the SAT is a widely covered exam in terms of preparation options and guidance from outside sources. Manhattan Review can provide students who work with a tutor with practice exams that reflect the current format of the exam, and a tutor who is also highly familiar with the exam. Several Manhattan Review instructors have taken the SAT for themselves numerous times to refine their capabilities in knowing what to expect in terms of formatting and content. With scores on the exam increasing thanks to a perpetually rising number of test preparation options, having a tutor who has many years of experience with helping students as their main career focus is the best guarantor of a higher score and a generally increased sense of confidence in one's test taking performance. Contact one of Manhattan Review's academic program advisors today to learn more about what we can offer.

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 Urbana-Champaign - 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 an Urbana-Champaign SAT Tutor: Thomas B.

Thomas B. is a tutor in the Urbana-Champaign area who has been working as a teacher in the area ever since he gained a Master's degree in Education from the University of Illinois. He has been working as a tutor on the SAT and ACT exams for several years, and teaches group courses and privately tutors with Manhattan Review.

Thomas' priorities as an educator tend to be focused on helping his students either grasp or demonstrate an understanding of the basic fundamentals before advancing to the more difficult material, and this also applies for his teaching students who are preparing for the standardized tests. When he is not tutoring students, Thomas is listening to music and collecting vinyl records.