Best SAT Test Prep Tutoring in Doha
Independent research has shown that private SAT prep consistently improves SAT scores, with some studies showing average score gains of almost 60 points. Manhattan Review is an American test prep company that offers Doha students a variety of services for the SAT, including on-site prep courses, private tutoring, online prep classes, and practice tests. Our company has been devoted to teaching standardized test prep to international students since we were founded in 1999, and we serve major cities in Asia, Australia, Europe, and North America. Manhattan Review's private SAT tutoring is the most effective available means of preparation, using targeted instruction based on individual student ambition, learning style, academic background, and SAT strengths and weaknesses. Our SAT tutors are the most qualified in the industry, with elite test scores, degrees from highly selective institutions, and significant prep tutoring experience. Give us a call, send us an email, or contact us online to find out more about why we set the standard for international test preparation services.
Though the SAT is only one option for students seeking college admission, high SAT scores in almost all cases substantially increase the chances of acceptance. The middle 50% of students at Stanford University, for example, received composite SAT scores between 2070 and 2350. Other selective private schools also show a strong correlation between outstanding SAT performance and acceptance, such as Harvard (middle 50% SAT scores of 2130-2400), Carnegie Mellon (1890-2280), and Columbia (2090-2350). The SAT scores at exclusive public universities are also elite, including UC Berkeley (middle 50% at 1860-2250), the University of Virginia (1870-2180), and UNC Chapel Hill (1810-2120). International students in particular are urged to submit SAT scores, even if their chosen schools do not require them. This is because admissions committees in the United States are largely unfamiliar with educational practices in foreign countries, and therefore cannot always easily assess the quality of an international applicant's primary and secondary education. The SAT provides an objective measure of student potential, and helps convince admissions officers that an applicant has the skills needed for success.
Manhattan Review's SAT students have been accepted to many of the best universities in the world, including the University of Chicago, Dartmouth College, Princeton University, Harvard University, Georgetown University, and the University of Virginia. They've pursued and completed degrees in a large number of academic fields, ranging from the liberal arts to the sciences, and gone on to successful careers in a wide range of professions. Some have been hired by Fortune 500 companies such as General Electric, CVS Health, Bank of America, and Home Depot. Others have returned home to work for Doha firms such as Barwa Group, Qatar National Bank, Al Jazeera Media Network, and Qatar Executive. Success is typical and expected of Manhattan Review's students. An investment in Manhattan Review's SAT prep courses and private tutoring can provide a lifetime of academic and professional benefits.
SAT Private Tutoring
He helped us relate new vocabulary words with words we use everyday. I learned some excellent SAT tips and new vocab.
- Jessica (This student took our SAT preparation course)
Off Al Wahda Road
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Mitch P., originally from Scottsdale, Arizona, is a graduate of the University of California Los Angeles and the University of New Mexico, with bachelor's and master's degrees in history. He was a high school history teacher for six years in Austin, Texas, before he switched to prep tutoring. He accepted his first SAT students in 2008, and has since taught SAT prep to over 300 students.
Mitch's composite SAT score of 1530 (out of 1600) placed him in the 99th percentile of all test-takers. His students have gone on to study a variety of subjects at a large number of universities in the United States, including at least four Ivy League schools. He is currently investigating the possibility of doctoral study in history, and is particularly interested in specializing in the Middle East. His hobbies include horseback riding, playing basketball, and blues guitar.