SAT Private Tutoring in Bangkok (Thailand)
Bangkok students interested in high SAT scores cannot find a better local provider of SAT preparation services than Manhattan Review, an international test prep company founded in 1999. We offer the industry's most effective one-on-one SAT tutoring, online or on-site SAT prep courses, and SAT practice tests. Our private tutoring clients receive customized and differentiated SAT instruction based on their individual SAT strengths and weaknesses, academic background, and score goals. Furthermore, our company specializes in test prep instruction for international students, and we have taught SAT prep to thousands of clients in Asia, Europe, North America, South America, and Africa. None of our competitors can match our level of experience with diverse groups of students, and our instruction has been repeatedly shown to help international students overcome cultural obstacles when taking American standardized tests. Learn more about our flexible SAT learning plans in Bangkok by contacting our support staff today. We're available by phone, email, or online to answer your questions about course scheduling, course details, and past results.
At Manhattan Review, we are often asked how high SAT scores need to be for university acceptance. While there is no easy answer to this question, we can say that students with above-average SAT scores are much more likely to be accepted. "Average" scores are defined on a case-by-case basis, but they are strongly correlated to institutional acceptance rates (schools that admit low percentages of their applicants invariably have high mean scores for admitted students). At Harvard University, for instance, almost 35,000 students applied for about 2,000 available seats in the new class of first-year students, for an acceptance rate of less than 6%. Almost 80% of new Harvard students scored 700 or higher on each section of the SAT, and the mean scores for these students were approximately 750 per section. The University of Kentucky, on the other hand, reports that more than 90% of its applicants were offered admission, with 50th-percentile SAT scores of about 550 per section. A hypothetical applicant with sectional scores of 600 can be extremely confident in acceptance to Kentucky, but he or she would have little chance of admission to Harvard.
Manhattan Review students have been accepted to a long and distinguished list of top-tier universities, including Princeton, Stanford, Harvard, Cornell, Yale, the University of Pennsylvania, Georgetown, Brown, Swarthmore, Vanderbilt, UC Berkeley, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Northwestern, the University of Chicago, the University of Michigan, the University of Virginia, and Johns Hopkins. Our past students have acquired the skills that Fortune 500 companies and firms in Bangkok want and need. A brief list of these organizations includes Berkshire Hathaway, Enterprise Products Partners, Walgreens Boots Alliance, Archer Daniels Midland, PTT Global Chemical, Muang Thai Life Assurance, Thai Regional Airlines, and Siam Future Development. In order to compete in the 21st-century economy, today's students will need the abilities taught in selective undergraduate degree programs, and many lower-skilled jobs will likely be replaced by automation. University applicants must use every opportunity to secure a competitive advantage. Manhattan Review's SAT prep services in Bangkok are among these advantages.
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:
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.
Meet a Bangkok SAT Tutor: Bill P.
Bill P. has been an SAT and ACT tutor for Manhattan Review in Bangkok and in the United States since 2010. He is a retired history professor who decided to become a test prep instructor in order to stay busy and connected to teaching while enjoying a flexible work schedule. He brings several decades of teaching experience to his SAT instruction, and his students have consistently praised the effectiveness of his SAT learning plans.
Bill completed his bachelor's and master's degrees at the University of California-Los Angeles, an institution with a widely respected history program. He earned his doctorate at Georgetown University, with a dissertation on the urbanization of America during the latter half of the 19th century. His teaching schedule leaves him plenty of time for his favorite leisure activities, which include learning foreign languages and playing piano.