Best SAT Tutoring in Manchester
Manchester students who wish to receive top scores on the SAT can reach their goals with the help of Manhattan Review's SAT prep courses and private tutoring. We are an experienced test prep company that has been providing outstanding service to students around the world since 1999. We are extremely selective in our hiring decisions, and all of our tutors have passed a rigorous screening process that considers academic accomplishment, professional success, and dedication to teaching, personality, and accessibility. Manhattan Review's private SAT tutoring is distinguished by its personalized implementation. Our one-on-one instruction accounts for every aspect of each individual student to maximize score gains. From academic background and learning style to personality and individual academic goals, we leave no stone unturned to give our students the best possible service.
Manhattan Review's SAT prep classes and private tutoring have consistently led to student success at the university level. Our clients have been accepted to a variety of elite universities, including Harvard, Stanford, Yale, Cornell, Princeton, UC Berkeley, the University of Chicago, Georgetown, Duke, and many more. A considerable number of our past students have finished their degree programs and now work in private industry as well as public service. Manhattan Review's former clients are respected professionals at important Fortune 500 companies, including Lockheed Martin, Federal Express, Occidental Petroleum, and Capital One Financial. Manchester's top firms are also staffed with our alumni (Baines & Ernst, Marble Brewery, PH Media Group, and F. Duerr & Sons, to name only a few).
The 2016 version of the SAT includes a number of changes. The essay is now optional, and there are far fewer obscure vocabulary words. Use of evidence to support answers is now a more important skill, and the changes in general require current test-takers to develop a significantly different profile of verbal abilities than in the past. The math section is now more focused - evaluating a smaller range of mathematical subject matter, and the 1600-point scale is back in use. Points are no longer deducted for incorrect answers, which eliminates the penalty for guessing. To succeed on this new version of the test, students would be well advised to use a tutoring company that is up-to-date with its teaching practices and knowledge of the test. Manhattan Review's private SAT tutoring will ensure that you are receiving state-of-the-art test preparation for academic accomplishment in the modern world.
SAT Private Tutoring
He helped us relate new vocabulary words with words we use everyday. I learned some excellent SAT tips and new vocab.
- Jessica (This student took our SAT preparation course)
Primary Course Venue:
Manhattan Review GMAT GRE TOEFL
Prep & Admissions Consulting
Suite 10, 111 Piccadilly
Manchester M1 2HX, England
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Betsy F. is a New York City native and artist. After graduating from high school near the top of her class, she delayed going to college in order to live a bohemian lifestyle in her home city. Though she had a great time, she soon accepted that her paintings weren't going to pay the bills, and entered New York University as an education major. After graduation, she accepted a job as an art teacher at a New York City public school, and soon added SAT tutoring to her teaching portfolio (her own high SAT scores made this opportunity impossible to ignore).
Betsy's reputation as a teacher and tutor began to grow, which brought her to the attention of Manhattan Review recruiters. We asked her to join our New York team after a thorough assessment of credentials and teaching philosophy, and we were also drawn to her interesting background and personality. After several years of outstanding service, Betsy moved to England to study the country's vast holdings of important works of art. She settled in Manchester, partially because of the local art galleries, and partially because we offered her a job with our local office. Of all the positive student comments that she has received, she is most proud of the following: "With Betsy's instruction, I now understand why they call teaching an art rather than a science."