Best SAT Tutoring in Cambridge

Learn how to receive your highest possible SAT scores with Manhattan Review's SAT learning plans in Cambridge. Students can find an effective SAT learning program that is right for them, and our Cambridge SAT offerings include on-site SAT prep courses, group SAT instruction in online interactive format, SAT private tutoring, and SAT practice tests. Manhattan Review has been a leading resource for high-quality SAT prep since 1999, and we have taught thousands of students in Europe, North America, Asia, and Africa how to reach the SAT scores required or expected by their preferred universities. Our students have been accepted to many of the most highly ranked universities in the world, including Stanford, Harvard, Yale, Princeton, CalTech, Cornell, Brown, UC Berkeley, the University of Pennsylvania, Dartmouth, Columbia, UCLA, and the University of Virginia. Career success is also typical of Manhattan Review's SAT clients, many of whom have been hired by Fortune 500 companies and Cambridge businesses such as UnitedHealth Group, Valero Energy, Prudential Financial, Cisco Systems, Domino Printing Sciences, Red Alien Agency, Cryptomathic, and MedicoLegal Investigations.

Acceptance to selective colleges now requires stronger academic credentials than ever before. This is partially due to a larger applicant pool than in previous generations, and can also be attributed to grade inflation trends at the high school level. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, about 69% of high school graduates (2 million out of 2.9 million) immediately enroll in a postsecondary degree program each year, and the average high school GPA is now 3.0. Universities can afford to be much more selective when screening applicants, and this selectivity is shown by substantial increases in average SAT scores. For first-year students at Cornell University, average SAT scores have gone up by 30 points on each section since 1999, with 75% of accepted students now scoring above 650 on critical reading and above 680 on math. At the University of Michigan, SAT score inflation is even more pronounced. In 2000, middle 50% SAT scores were 570-670 verbal and 610-710 math. Fifteen years later, middle 50% scores had grown to 630-730 critical reading, 660-770 math, and 640-730 writing.

Though it is more difficult to get accepted to a top school, the good news is that high SAT scores are extremely helpful. The University of California Santa Cruz, for example, reports a 54% admit rate for applicants with SAT scores of 1800 or better, but just 8.5% for SAT scores under 1500 (both are on the 2400-point scale). High SAT scores are well within the realm of possibility for students who secure the right instruction and are willing to make the effort. Manhattan Review's SAT prep services in Cambridge are taught by highly qualified educators using innovative instructional methodologies and top-quality course materials. Manhattan Review students learn how to master the content of each SAT section, how to use test-taking approaches that maximize time efficiency, and how to improve retention of material through optimal use of study time, and they also receive confidence-building assessment and feedback.

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

Cambridge

Primary Course Venue:

Doubletree by Hilton Cambridge
Granta Place Mill Lane
Cambridge CB2 1RT, England

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

Meet a Cambridge SAT Tutor: Liz B.

Liz B. is a career educator with 15 years of teaching experience. She holds bachelor's and master's degrees in education from the University of Texas Austin and the University of Florida. She was a public high school teacher in Orlando, Florida prior to moving to Cambridge in 2013, where she is now on the faculty of a prominent secondary school.

Liz has been teaching SAT prep since 2011, and has helped over 600 students prepare for the test. Her students have been accepted to undergraduate programs at Harvard, UC Berkeley, Georgetown, Vanderbilt, Duke, and many other top schools. When she's not teaching, Liz enjoys spending time with her husband and three children, going to the opera, and knitting.