SAT Private Tutoring in Toronto (Canada)

SAT Tutoring in Toronto

The SAT is a potentially critical step in a students' journey to get accepted into a good college and use that as a stepping stone to launch their long-term career plans. The ability to work one on one with an instructor who is willing to meet you halfway in your needs and scheduling is an important method in learning how to properly prepare for a standardized test and enter with a calm mind and an ability to manage one's time properly while taking the exam itself on the appropriate day.

With private tutoring programs that can be taken in any part of Toronto that the student and tutor can mutually agree upon, and a customizable program that best fits the needs of the students and is updated regularly to reflect the new needs of preparing for the SAT, Manhattan Review has the best SAT tutoring program on the market. We have been in business since 1999 and our tutors know our way around the SAT, if only for its popularity as an exam and the one that all the others take their cues from. Having a strong performance on the SAT is also a good way to mentally prepare oneself for any future exams one may take after graduating college in the forms of the GMAT and the GRE for graduate school, or the LSAT for law school.

The individual attention received from our Toronto tutors at Manhattan Review is sure to be a great help to any student who is struggling with the SAT and its material, whether it be the various kinds of numeric problems on the math section, or difficulty understanding the complicated rules and exceptions for the English language comprehension section of the exam. The academic programs that our tutors teach to our students can be adjusted as necessary to fit different learning styles while also leaving the possibility of shaping you to a new study regime that will produce better results on both your practice exams and on the day of the test itself.

With a high enough exam score on the SAT, you can potentially take advantage of the Manhattan Review program to submit more impressive applications to the schools of your choice. Our alumni have gone to schools with high reputations all across the world, including Ivy League schools such as Harvard or Yale. Talk to one of our academic program advisors today to learn more about our SAT private tutoring programs in Toronto, and the various options we can offer our students in the area for helping them to enter the day of their exam prepared and with the confidence to have a strong performance and get a good score in the process.

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

SAT Prep Course Toronto - Photo of Student Niaema Fox

Funny, made things clear and related things to real life. The SAT / ACT course was very helpful, I don’t think I would’ve improved my reading skills without it. This course also gave me strategies to break down a reading. I got a feel for the SAT and had practice in areas I struggled in.
- Niaema Fox (This student took our SAT preparation course)

Toronto

Primary Course Venue:

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Toronto Teaching Center at the Sheraton
123 Queen Street West
Toronto, Ontario M5H 2M9
Canada

Phone: (416) 628-9976

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

Meet a Toronto SAT Tutor: Kimberly C.

Kimberly has been tutoring in the vicinity of Lake Ontario in various forms for several years – as a Physics student at University of Michigan, she demonstrated a knack for learning all the formulas and assisted in tutoring other students with any coursework troubles they may have had. She also minored in Theater, and her fondness for analyzing plays and their texts (particularly the use of language in William Shakespeare) has served her well in assisting potential SAT test takers with their preparation for the English language comprehension portion of the exam.

Since moving back to Toronto post-graduation, Kimberly has used her training in these two topics to help students understand both the hard, unchanging rules of mathematics and the more spontaneous, flexible rules behind the English language. Despite the fact that the two seem to have differences, Kimberly firmly believes that there are elements of language in mathematics and vice versa, which means the two should feed into each other when they are being taught to her students. When she is not tutoring her students on exams, Kimberly likes to spend her spare time reading and attending plays, taking advantage of Toronto's theater scene and venues such as the Royal Alexandra Theatre.

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