ACT Private Tutoring in Osaka (Japan)
Manhattan Review's professional test prep services for students in Osaka produce upper-percentile ACT scores and better odds of admission to selective and highly selective undergraduate programs. Osaka students can effectively and efficiently achieve their target ACT scores with our one-on-one ACT tutoring, on-site ACT prep courses, or ACT learning plans in online interactive format, and we also offer ACT practice tests. Manhattan Review is an international education firm that has been serving Osaka and other important cities around the world since 1999. Our ACT group courses and individual tutoring plans substantially improve the ACT content abilities of our students, who also learn all of the most effective ACT study techniques and all of the most practical ACT testing strategies. Get started on Osaka's most reliable and proven ACT prep today by contacting Manhattan Review for details on course options and course scheduling. We look forward to discussing your ACT goals and ambitions for higher education on the phone, online, or by email.
Based on almost six million test-takers over the last three years, the mean ACT composite score is about 21, with a median of 20. Total scores of 25 or higher represent the top quintile of all students taking the exam, while the top 10% and 1% meet or exceed respective composite scores of 28 and 33. Most universities in the United States report test score ranges for each class of first-year students through the Common Data Set Initiative, which is a standard framework for publishing many different types of information about postsecondary institutions. Prospective students can usually find their preferred schools' testing data simply by entering the phrase "[university name] common data set" into a search engine. The majority of highly selective American universities boast ACT total scores of 30 or above on average, showing that high-scoring applicants are admitted at much more favorable rates than would-be students whose testing performance is more modest. Students who receive rigorous test prep instruction will almost invariably benefit from higher admission odds and more choices for their undergraduate education.
Manhattan Review's ACT prep courses and ACT private tutoring for students in Osaka and other cities around the world regularly produce successful applicants to top schools such as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Stanford, Harvard, Princeton, the University of Chicago, Columbia, the University of Pennsylvania, the California Institute of Technology, Carnegie Mellon, the University of Virginia, the University of California-Berkeley, Johns Hopkins, Northwestern, the University of California-Los Angeles, and the University of Michigan. Thousands of former Manhattan Review test prep students are now graduates of these world-class universities, and they've been hired by many of the private sector's most successful companies. Some of them now work for businesses in Osaka, including Panasonic, Nippon Life Insurance Company, Osaka Denwa, Rohto Pharmaceutical, and Daiwa House. Others are currently employed by Fortune 500 companies, such as JP Morgan Chase, Enterprise Products Partners, United Continental Holdings, State Farm Insurance, and Lockheed Martin. Start working toward achieving all of your goals for the future today with Manhattan Review's ACT prep in Osaka.
ACT Private Tutoring
Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online
Primary Course Venue:
1 Chome-8-8 Umeda, Kita-ku
Ōsaka-shi, Ōsaka-fu 530-0001, Japan
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Meet an Osaka ACT Tutor: Mike P.
Mike P. is highly regarded by his students as an engaging ACT educator who consistently improves ACT abilities across the board. "I was struggling with all ACT sections and I was discouraged by my scores," wrote one of Mike's former students. "Through Mike's teaching, I raised all of my ACT scores, and just as importantly, I became more confident in myself."
Mike is a graduate of the University of California-Berkeley (bachelor of arts in history) and the University of Southern California (master's degree in education). He taught ACT prep in the United States for eight years before joining the ACT staff of Manhattan Review's Osaka branch. His students have been accepted for undergraduate study to most of the American universities ranked in the top 50 nationally.