SAT Private Tutoring in Melbourne (Australia)

SAT Tutoring in Melbourne

Do you aspire to attend Harvard, Yale, Princeton, the University of Melbourne, or the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology? If so, consider the SAT private tutoring and prep services of Manhattan Review, because our former students have studied at all of the above schools and many more. Do your goals include working for Wells Fargo, Home Depot, MetLife, Madman Entertainment, or Roy Morgan Research? Manhattan Review has alumni with rewarding careers at all of these companies and many other prominent firms. We offer personalized SAT tutoring services to students in Melbourne and around the world that have helped many people just like you live their dreams. Contact Manhattan Review today for an assessment of your specific needs, and we'll create a learning plan geared toward your success.

With almost 1.7 million students taking the test every year, SAT prep is big business! It is easy to be overwhelmed by the sheer number of available options, from books and self-study methods to private teachers and tutoring companies. With so many choices, how does one decide which is the best? Credentials are one factor to consider. Virtually anyone can claim to be a prep tutor, but Manhattan Review only hires experts with outstanding academic training, high test scores, experience as educators, and a passion for teaching. Prospective SAT students should also look at a tutoring service's track record. Manhattan Review has a history of success, and our company has been featured in a variety of news publications (it is a relatively simple matter to see this for yourself). With Manhattan Review's private SAT tutoring and SAT prep classes, our services combine with your abilities and effort to produce results that will not disappoint.

All of this probably makes you wonder what scores you'll need to get accepted into a good school. Averages on the verbal and math portions of the test have fluctuated somewhat over the course of the SAT's history, but in general it can be said that 500 out of 800 is the typical score on both sections. It's usually slightly higher or lower, but this general range has shown a good deal of stability over time (the average math score was 509 in 1972 and 511 in 2015). Though many institutions do not have a set minimum score, and some don't even require the test at all, students enrolled at selective universities tend to have SAT scores that are well above average. The midrange of students at Brown University, for example, scored between 660 and 760 on the verbal section and 670-780 in math. Manhattan Review's SAT tutoring and prep classes will give you everything you need to meet your target scores.

SAT Private Tutoring

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

SAT Private Course

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

Melbourne

Primary Course Venue:

InterContinental Melbourne
495 Collins Street
Melbourne, Victoria 3000, Australia

Phone: +61 3 9001 6618

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

Meet a Melbourne SAT Tutor: Melissa J.

Melissa J. is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University and Monash University. She was born in Cardiff, Wales, and her family immigrated to the United States when she was nine years old. Melissa moved to Melbourne for graduate study in the field of education, and has taught a variety of subjects on a private basis and served as an SAT, GRE, and TOEFL tutor for Manhattan Review since completing her master's degree in 2009. Her students credit her tutoring as an important reason for their admission to several universities in Melbourne as well as Ivy League schools in the United States.

"Melissa knows a great deal about SAT subject matter, but her teaching is far more than that," raved one recent student. "She also knows how to make the most of her students' time and effort, giving us tips and strategies that work." "Rather than endlessly drilling me on vocabulary words, Melissa showed me how to analyze a word's meaning based on its individual syllables," said another student who was later accepted to a highly selective public university in America. "I can't overstate the benefits of this approach." Melissa maintains an active teaching schedule, but still finds the time for hobbies and a social life. She is currently learning pottery, and is a longtime member of a social club devoted to indigenous types of dance from around the world.