Best ACT Test Prep Tutoring in Zurich

Manhattan Review in Zurich is a top-notch provider of preparation services for the ACT. Our learning options for the ACT include private ACT tutoring, ACT group courses, and ACT practice tests. Manhattan Review's ACT private tutoring delivers customized instruction for efficient student progress. Our tutors evaluate the academic background, learning style, and score goals of each and every client and implement individual ACT instruction optimized to these characteristics. Manhattan Review's group ACT courses are available both on-site and online, and they are ideal for students who prefer the diversity of ideas and feedback inherent to classroom situations. Our ACT practice tests, which give students precise assessments of progress in all ACT areas, are essential to the ACT preparation process. Manhattan Review's ACT tutors and classroom instructors have impressive academic credentials, many years of teaching experience, and engaging teaching styles, and they are singularly devoted to student accomplishment. Learn more about our Zurich ACT prep services by contacting us today by phone, email, or online. We'll be happy to provide details on course scheduling, further information on our course options, and answer any of your questions.

The most recent available data on overall ACT performance indicates that the average composite ACT score was 20.8. Benchmark sectional ACT scores, defined as those that give students a 75% chance of passing a first-year college course in the corresponding subject area, have been set at 18 English, 22 math, 22 reading, and 23 science. Among students in the United States who took the ACT, 61% met or exceeded the benchmark in English, 44% in reading, 41% in math, and 36% in science. These general benchmarks of college readiness, however, are almost always insufficient for acceptance to highly selective universities. ACT scores of 27 and above are expected at "highly selective" universities, which ACT defines as having a majority student population that finished in the top 10% of their high school class. Typical ACT composite scores at prestigious universities can be much higher than 27, such as Harvard (33.5), Princeton (33), Columbia (32.5), and Duke (32). Prospective college students must realize that intense competition in university admissions mandates thorough test preparation.

Manhattan Review's ACT prep courses and private tutoring in Zurich have helped our clients get accepted to many of the world's best universities, including MIT, Stanford, Yale, Princeton, Harvard, Brown, the University of Pennsylvania, Georgetown, Swarthmore, Williams, UCLA, UC Berkeley, the University of Michigan, and Georgia Tech. Many of our former test prep clients have completed their degrees and taken advantage of the lucrative job market for highly educated workers. Past Manhattan Review clients have been hired by Fortune 500 companies such as United Technologies, Dow Chemical, Valero Energy, Liberty Mutual Insurance, and Bank of America. They've also gotten jobs with Zurich firms, such as SIX Group, EFG International, RepRisk, and Mila. With Manhattan Review's ACT prep courses and private tutoring in Zurich, you can immediately begin working on the academic skills that will lead to future success.

ACT Private Tutoring

Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online

ACT Private Course

12 hours in total, Personalized 1-on-1 Course, In Person or Live Online

Zurich

Primary Course Venue:

Rohrhaldenstrasse 45
Zürich 8712, Schweiz

Phone: +41-(0)43-508-0991

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

Meet a Zurich ACT Tutor: Serena S.

Serena S. has been teaching ACT, SAT, and GRE prep as a one-on-one tutor and classroom instructor since 2010. According to her students, she has an engaging and effective teaching style that boosts ACT performance on all sections of the test. Previously a prep tutor in the New York and Philadelphia areas, she relocated to Zurich in 2014, where she has a full roster of students and a waiting list.

Serena completed her undergraduate studies in education at the University of Oregon, and her master's degree in education at UCLA. She is originally from Eugene, Oregon, where she has a large network of family and friends. When she's not teaching, Serena enjoys gardening, going to the museums of Zurich, and a rigorous exercise program.