SAT Private Tutoring in Shanghai (China)
Manhattan Review in Shanghai offers all of the services necessary for outstanding performance on the SAT, including rigorous on-site prep courses, tech-savvy online SAT classes, customized private SAT tutoring, and high-quality SAT practice tests. All on-site learning programs meet at convenient locations around Shanghai and at times that are practical for students. Manhattan Review has been leading the industry in effective, engaging, and accessible SAT prep since 1999, and we are the top SAT prep resource for international applicants to universities in the United States. Our Shanghai SAT tutors and instructors hold degrees from world-class universities, and they are experienced and dedicated educators who are devoted to student success. The quality of our teaching has been repeatedly confirmed by our students' acceptance to selective institutions such as Princeton, Stanford, MIT, Yale, Harvard, the University of Pennsylvania, Carnegie Mellon, Johns Hopkins, UC Berkeley, Georgetown, the University of Virginia, and many other top undergraduate programs. Our past students have been hired by many of the world's most important companies, including Fortune 500 firms and Shanghai businesses (Exxon Mobil, UnitedHealth Group, Ford Motor, Leadcore Technology, Glorious Property Holdings, and Everbright Securities, just to name a few).
Manhattan Review's Shanghai SAT offerings have been completely updated for the 2016 version of the SAT. We have retrained all of our instructors, revised our course materials, and changed our instructional methodologies to accommodate the most recent SAT, which we consider a substantially improved assessment. Many other test prep companies refuse to undertake this monumental effort, and their teaching suffers as a result. Manhattan Review clients can be sure that they are receiving the most informed, experienced, and cutting-edge SAT instruction available in the marketplace today. We show our students how to master the content of each SAT section, how to improve scores through strategic approaches to test-taking, and how to make optimal use of their study time. We maximize the benefits of student effort and help our clients present themselves to university admissions committees in the best possible light. Contact Manhattan Review right away for details on our SAT prep services for students in Shanghai.
SAT requirements and/or expectations have become higher in recent years, and this trend is likely to continue. Average composite SAT scores for students accepted to the most highly ranked universities are at or above 2100 on the 2400-point composite scale. The 50th-percentile scores at Harvard, for example, are approximately 750 critical reading, 755 math, and 760 writing. The average student at Stanford University scored 730 critical reading, 745 math, and 735 writing, while Columbia's averages were 735 critical reading, 745 math, and 740 writing. These scores may sound intimidating, but they are attainable if a student receives the best instruction and is willing to give his or her best effort. Manhattan Review's SAT prep courses and private tutoring have consistently produced results of this caliber. Our track record quite simply speaks for itself.
SAT Private Tutoring
I like his walkthrough of the problems. Also the strategies he gave. It helped me improve my English and writing. I went up on my SAT scores.
- Jeleine Toussarz (This student took our SAT preparation course)
Sheraton Shanghai Hongkou Hotel
59 Siping Road
Shanghai 200086, China
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Kyle D. has been an SAT tutor in the United States and overseas for eleven years. Initially hired by Manhattan Review's New York office in 2008, he has been living and working in Shanghai since 2014. He enjoys teaching international students and is proud of his successes with students taking the SAT overseas. He is also an instructor of English as a second language.
Originally from Hagerstown, Maryland, Kyle holds a bachelor's degree in art history from the University of California – Davis and a master's degree in education from UCLA. He has taught SAT prep in classroom, online, and individual settings, and his teaching has received high marks from his students in each of these modes of delivery. His hobbies include hiking, skiing, and cycling.