SAT Private Tutoring in Dublin (Irland)
Dublin students who wish to receive top SAT scores and get accepted to selective universities can achieve their goals with Manhattan Review's SAT prep services. We offer a variety of effective and convenient SAT preparation options, including on-site SAT prep courses, online SAT prep classes, SAT private tutoring, and SAT practice tests. Dublin students should rest assured that Manhattan Review is an experienced and dedicated company that has been providing top-rated test preparation services to students around the world since 1999. Our SAT tutors and instructors are enthusiastic and rigorous educators who possess all of the credentials necessary for outstanding student test-score results, including elite academic training, vast teaching experience, upper-percentile SAT performance, dedication to prep tutoring, and devotion to student success. Manhattan Review's private SAT tutoring plans use the concept of differentiated instruction, which is a highly personalized method of teaching that accounts for individual student characteristics to maximize learning and success. Contact us today, and we'll get started right away on a customized SAT tutoring plan.
Despite the adoption of test-optional policies at some universities, the SAT is still highly relevant to college admissions, especially at selective institutions and even at many schools that claim to de-emphasize the test. George Washington University is an example of a moderately selective and test-optional school. A recent freshman class, however, showed average composite SAT scores of about 1900, or the 88th percentile of all test-takers. Bowdoin College, which has been SAT-optional for many years, nonetheless ranks as one of the most elite institutions in the United States in terms of its average SAT scores (2145, which is the 98th percentile). Furthermore, the most highly ranked schools almost universally require standardized testing. Only one institution currently ranked in the top 50 (Wake Forest University) is test-optional, and just two more (New York University and the University of Rochester) are test-flexible, a more restrictive category.
High SAT scores are helpful to student admissions prospects in nearly all cases, and elite SAT performance is a skill that can be acquired with proper instruction. Manhattan Review's SAT private tutoring and prep classes teach our students how to conquer the SAT and get accepted to the programs of their choice. Our SAT clients have been admitted to highly ranked universities such as Harvard, Princeton, Stanford, Yale, Georgetown, Cornell, and the University of Pennsylvania. Education is the foundation of a successful professional life, and former Manhattan Review students have built impressive careers in both the private and public sectors. They've been hired by Fortune 500 companies such as Pfizer, Lockheed Martin, Honeywell International, and Liberty Mutual Insurance Group, and by Dublin firms such as MDS Gateways, Pulseway, Eaton Corporation, and Four Courts Press. Our students have also served educational institutions, government agencies, and philanthropic organizations. Manhattan Review's SAT prep services in Dublin allow our clients to begin working toward their future immediately.
SAT Private Tutoring
I like the amount of attention given to the topic and the instructor helped very much. She did a great job! My score on my diagnostic SAT went up 260 points!
- Chelsea (This student took our SAT preparation course.)
Dublin 2, Ireland
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Ronald A. is a native of Bellingham, Washington, where he finished fifth in his high school graduating class of 400. His composite SAT score of 2210 was in the 99th percentile during the year he took the test. He is a graduate of Tufts University, with a bachelor's degree in computer science, and Duke University, with a master of arts in teaching. He has been an SAT tutor since 2010, and has lived in Dublin since 2014.
Ronald is a firm believer in using his technological skills to enhance the learning process, but he also realizes that technology isn't a substitute for skilled teaching. "I've developed some computer-based models that classify SAT questions into certain prototypes," he says. "However, I rely on my teaching experience and instincts to implement learning strategies based on these models, which cannot succeed without human interpretation and interaction."