SAT Private Tutoring in Lausanne (Switzerland)
Manhattan Review in Lausanne offers the most effective available preparation services for the SAT, including SAT prep courses (which can be taken either on-site or online), SAT private tutoring, and SAT practice tests. Manhattan Review has been teaching students in Europe, North America, Asia, and Africa how to excel on the SAT since 1999, and we have brought about thousands of successful learning outcomes for virtually every type of student. Our course syllabi, course materials, and instructional methodologies have been updated for the 2016 version of the SAT, and we continue to lead the industry in accessible and student-friendly approaches to learning SAT content, test-taking strategies, and organization of study time. Our Lausanne SAT tutors and instructors bring outstanding credentials and engaging teaching styles to a unique, rigorous, and practical learning process that quite simply gets results. Find out more about our SAT prep options for Lausanne students by contacting our friendly and helpful support staff.
University admissions have become much more competitive as the pursuit of postsecondary education has become more common. The National Center for Education Statistics estimates that over 20 million students were enrolled at American colleges and universities in 2015, an increase of 20% since 2003. In 2013, almost two-thirds (65.9%) of all high school students enrolled in an undergraduate degree program immediately after graduation. With a larger pool of students, universities have become more selective, especially the higher-ranked schools. This higher degree of selectivity is reflected in average SAT score increases at most institutions. At Stanford University, for example, the 25th-percentile composite SAT score for accepted students was 2000 in the 2006-07 school year. By 2015-16, Stanford's 25th-percentile score had grown to 2080. These increases have taken place while SAT scores for all test-takers have remained relatively stable (the overall average SAT reading/verbal score was 500 in 1990, 505 in 2000, and 501 in 2010). Students who wish to gain acceptance to selective schools must now devote more effort to SAT preparation in order to stand out from their peers.
Manhattan Review's SAT prep courses and private tutoring in Lausanne give our students every advantage in today's competitive college environment. Our SAT clients have accomplished their goals of attending the most highly ranked universities in the world, including MIT, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, the University of Chicago, Princeton, CalTech, Stanford, Yale, Cornell, and the University of Pennsylvania. Our students consistently succeed in their degree programs, and enter the job market under extremely favorable circumstances. Our past SAT clients have been hired by Microsoft, Ford Motor, Valero Energy, State Farm Insurance, and other Fortune 500 companies, in addition to Lausanne businesses such as Benedict International, Debiopharm, and Edipresse. They've become educators at the primary, secondary, and tertiary levels, or scientific researchers with prominent laboratories. They've served the public as government employees or advocates. Whatever you wish to accomplish, it all starts with a solid college application that includes high SAT scores. Manhattan Review's SAT prep services in Lausanne will help guide you toward a successful future.
SAT Private Tutoring
Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online
I learned a lot of effective strategies for SAT writing/verbal.
- Taahirah Ali (This student took our SAT preparation course)
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Meet a Lausanne SAT Tutor: Brendan M.
Brendan M., who was born and raised in Springfield, Massachusetts, has been an SAT tutor since 2009. He is also a former Manhattan Review client, using our private tutoring to produce SAT scores in the 99th percentile on all three sections. He holds a bachelor's degree from Brown University and a master's degree from Duke University, both in physics.
Brendan has lived in Lausanne since 2014, where he is a staff researcher at a local laboratory when he's not teaching. His SAT tutoring is distinguished by encyclopedic knowledge of the test, enthusiasm for his role as an educator, and an entertaining personality that makes learning fun. He spends most of his free time in the pubs of Lausanne, where he engages in lively political debates with his friends.