ACT Private Tutoring in Bangkok (Thailand)
Manhattan Review is a widely respected test prep company that provides a full range of ACT preparation services in Bangkok. Local students can reach their score goals with our customized ACT tutoring, ACT classroom instruction in online interactive format, ACT group courses at convenient locations in Bangkok, and ACT practice tests. Manhattan Review has been devoted to promoting educational achievement by improving student test scores since our company was established in 1999. Countless students around the world have substantially increased their ACT scores through our instruction, and our students have been accepted to the top universities in the English-speaking world. Manhattan Review's ACT learning plans combine rigorous course materials, original and engaging methods of instruction, and the most qualified and dedicated ACT teachers available in Bangkok. Start improving your ACT scores and odds of admission to selective colleges by contacting Manhattan Review for more information on our ACT private tutoring and ACT prep courses for undergraduate university applicants in Bangkok.
As a results-driven and student-centered company, Manhattan Review considers the academic and professional achievements of our many students to be the most credible possible statement on the quality of our instruction. Former Manhattan Review clients are now students at or alumni of Stanford, Princeton, Yale, Harvard, the California Institute of Technology, the University of Chicago, UC Berkeley, Johns Hopkins, Carnegie Mellon, Duke, Georgetown, the University of Virginia, and other top schools too numerous to list. Employers compete to hire job applicants with elite academic credentials, and our former test prep students have taken advantage of a lucrative job market for high-end talent. Past Manhattan Review students have been hired by Fortune 500 companies (including State Farm Insurance, Walgreens Boots Alliance, Berkshire Hathaway, JP Morgan Chase, and Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance) and the best firms in Bangkok (such as Samart Group, Siam Future Development, Export-Import Bank of Thailand, PTT Global Chemical, and Deves Insurance). We look forward to helping you follow in our past students' footsteps.
The ACT number most frequently referred to in discussions of university admissions is the composite score, which is the average of the four ACT sectional scores. The majority of selective universities do not have mandatory ACT score minimums, but the reported averages of accepted students almost amount to the same thing. Students with scores below these averages have lower chances of acceptance, while high-scoring students are much more likely to be offered admission. Students are strongly urged to review test score data on the websites of the universities they are considering, but it is possible to make some general statements about institutional ACT score expectations. The most selective universities have middle-50% ACT score ranges that are above 30 (75% of their accepted students are at or above this level). Scores between 25 and 29 usually represent a lower degree of selectivity, such as large state institutions, while mean scores below 25 are most often associated with so-called moderately selective universities (many of which admit more students than they reject). Calculating target ACT scores for your desired programs is a great place to begin the ACT preparation process.
ACT Private Tutoring
Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit
250 Sukhumvit Road
Bangkok 10110, Thailand
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Melinda S. has effectively prepared more than 400 students for the ACT during her career. She began teaching ACT prep in her native Chicago in 2008, and was hired two years ago to work out of Manhattan Review's Bangkok office. Her ACT instruction has helped students get accepted to many selective universities in the United States, and her ACT clients come from diverse academic and cultural backgrounds.
Melinda holds a bachelor's degree in liberal studies from Georgetown University and a master's degree in education from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She has taught at the secondary level in both public and private schools in the United States, and she is currently supplementing her ACT teaching with various freelance educational research projects.