Best SAT Tutoring in Edinburgh (Scotland)
Edinburgh students taking the SAT can rise to the top of the class with Manhattan Review's private SAT tutoring and SAT prep courses. Our one-on-one SAT instruction, available right in Edinburgh, features individual learning plans that are dictated by the specific needs of each student. We begin our teaching by learning about our students -- their goals, interests, challenges, personalities, and preferred learning styles. We then carefully construct a customized course of study that produces maximum results with maximum efficiency. Manhattan Review's private SAT tutors are well versed in SAT subject material, pedagogical theory, and the best practices of SAT instruction, which allows them to effectively implement learning plans oriented around individual student characteristics. Manhattan Review's private SAT tutoring gives our students everything they need to excel on the SAT, providing them with numerous options for higher education and beyond.
Countless students from years past have reached their goals through the private SAT tutoring available from Manhattan Review. From Ivy League schools such as Harvard, Yale, and Princeton to elite public institutions such as the University of Virginia, the University of California - Berkeley, and Pennsylvania State University, we've gotten students accepted to the universities that they've always dreamed of attending. We've helped place students at many of the fine schools in the Edinburgh area, including the University of Edinburgh and Heriot-Watt University, and our clients have also studied at the University of London, Oxford, and the University of Manchester. No matter where or what you wish to study, Manhattan Review's private SAT tutoring and SAT prep classes can secure the high test scores that will significantly strengthen your college application and make you stand out from the crowd.
Manhattan Review's past SAT prep students have shown high degrees of achievement after college. Many of our former clients are now established professionals in the private and public sectors. They work in a variety of fields at Fortune 500 companies, including Wells Fargo, Liberty Mutual Insurance, Time Warner, and Capital One Financial, in addition to Scottish American Investment Company, Tesco Bank, Oliphant, Anderson and Ferrier, and many other Edinburgh firms. Our former students have also been successful as research scientists for governmental agencies, educators and scholars, leaders in governmental administration, and public advocates of various types. At Manhattan Review, we take great pride in the accomplishments of our students. We hope you'll agree to become part of our tradition of academic and professional achievement.
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.)
111 Glasgow Road
Edinburgh EH12 8NF, Scotland
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Bruce Q. is originally from Caspar, Wyoming. He joined the U.S. Army after graduating from high school, and was stationed at bases all over the world. After six years of service, he left the Army and enrolled at the University of Michigan, graduating with BA and MA degrees in history. His teaching career began at a school on an Army base in Georgia, where he also began his work as an SAT prep tutor. Bruce loves to travel, and he lived and taught in Virginia, New York, Tennessee, and London prior to his arrival in Edinburgh.
As a scholar, Bruce specializes in military history. He is currently conducting research for a book on Scottish contributions to the home front during World War II, which is what brought him to Edinburgh. He teaches SAT and GRE prep for Manhattan Review, and his students consistently praise his abilities as an educator and knack for addressing common problems in SAT prep. "Bruce helped me figure out how to approach the SAT in terms of question prototypes. Rather than simply drilling me on math and vocabulary, he taught me the thinking behind the test, which was a much simpler and shorter road to success." In his spare time, Bruce is an avid cyclist and weightlifter.