Best SAT Test Prep Tutoring in Zurich
Zurich students can receive outstanding SAT scores and get accepted to the college of their choice with Manhattan Review's SAT prep services. Our Zurich SAT prep options include private SAT tutoring and on-site SAT prep courses, and we also offer online interactive prep classes and practice tests. Manhattan Review's private SAT tutoring is based on customized learning plans that are developed according to the specific academic needs of each and every student. We assess students in terms of academic strengths and weaknesses, abilities in each of the SAT's testing areas, preferred learning style, and personality to create learning plans that maximize student potential. These customized plans are then implemented by highly credentialed and experienced SAT tutors who are singularly dedicated to student accomplishment. Manhattan Review has been successfully serving the international student population since 1999, and no other company can approach our record of success with this unique type of student.
The SAT has recently undergone a number of substantive changes. The 2016 test features a much more complex scoring system, which can be seen as the College Board's answer to college admissions officers who criticized the old SAT for providing too little information about student potential. In addition to a 1600-point scoring range that replaces the former 2400-point scale, the new SAT provides targeted assessment within and across the individual tests and sections. The College Board has updated the SAT's evaluation of verbal and mathematical skills in an attempt to create a test that is more relevant to the actual coursework of college students. The essay section has become optional and is scored separately. These changes to the SAT have a significant effect on student preparation. Zurich students can be confident in Manhattan Review's one-on-one SAT tutoring and prep classes, which offer the most informed and current instruction available for the 2016 SAT.
Manhattan Review's SAT prep classes and private tutoring have helped secure thousands of selective college acceptances at both public and private institutions. Our students have been offered admission to Brown University, Dartmouth College, Georgetown University, the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Virginia, the University of California - Berkeley, and countless other high-profile schools. Elite education usually leads to professional accomplishment, and our past students have been hired by many of the top companies in the world, including Fortune 500 firms such as United Technologies, Dow Chemical, New York Life Insurance, and Twenty-First Century Fox, in addition to Zurich businesses such as Leonardo & Co., MiGFlug & Adventure, Gate Gourmet, and Habib Bank. A successful and rewarding professional life begins with a strong college application. Manhattan Review's SAT prep classes and private tutoring help our students impress admissions committees with top-notch SAT scores, leading to college applications that stand out from the crowd.
SAT Private Tutoring
Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online
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)
Primary Course Venue:
Zürich 8712, Schweiz
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Meet a Zuerich SAT Tutor: Taylor D.
Taylor D. has been an SAT prep tutor since 2007. She is originally from Reno, Nevada, but she has lived and taught in several cities around the world prior to her arrival in Zurich, including New York, Vancouver, Edinburgh, Sydney, London, and Berlin. She completed a bachelor's degree in mathematics and a dual master of arts in economics and master of science in mathematical sciences at the University of Nevada – Las Vegas.
Taylor's students have been accepted to a large number of highly ranked universities, and have pursued degrees both in the liberal arts and the hard sciences. She describes her teaching style as rigorous yet accessible. "My experience as a prep tutor has shown me that effective test prep doesn't have to be mentally exhausting," she says. "Students always give me clues to their optimal learning preferences, and I stay within those boundaries." When she's not tutoring, Taylor conducts statistical research for various organizations on a freelance basis.