SAT Private Tutoring in Osaka (Japan)
Osaka students planning to take the SAT can achieve elite sectional and total scores with Manhattan Review's local test prep services. We offer SAT tutoring in one-on-one format, SAT prep courses in on-site format, SAT instruction in online interactive format, and SAT practice tests. Osaka test-takers can choose the SAT learning format that best fits their test preparation needs and goals for university admission. All of our SAT programs feature Osaka's best SAT educators teaching the most relevant SAT content, testing strategies, and study techniques using the industry's most innovative methods of instruction and course materials. Our students learn how to become better test-takers and more productive all-around students. We are also a company that prioritizes test prep for international students, and our success rate with international test-takers far exceeds that of the competition. For full details on our SAT course options, scheduling plans, and answers to your questions, contact Manhattan Review in Osaka today, either by phone, online, or by email.
Manhattan Review's SAT prep services produce stronger university applicants, as shown by the list of top schools that have accepted our former SAT clients. They've been admitted to elite institutions such as Harvard, Stanford, the University of Pennsylvania, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cornell, Carnegie Mellon, the University of Virginia, Johns Hopkins, Columbia, Washington University in St. Louis, the University of California-Berkeley, Yale, the University of Chicago, the University of Los Angeles, Vanderbilt, Duke, Emory, the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, the University of Minnesota, and many more. Our students are also regularly hired by Fortune 500 companies, including Dow Chemical, State Farm Insurance, JP Morgan Chase, New York Life Insurance, World Fuel Services, and CVS Health. We even have a number of test prep alumni now employed by great firms in Osaka, such as NTN Corporation, Kintetsu Group Holdings, IDEC Corporation, Panasonic, and Osaka Gas Company. Manhattan Review has helped tens of thousands of students in Osaka and other cities succeed with their college applications and go on to lives of accomplishment.
The SAT is developed and administered by the College Board, a non-profit educational association. The College Board publishes a number of helpful reports on its website, including data on the overall group of test-takers. According to the most recent statistics, the median scores are about 530 Evidence-Based Reading and Writing (EBRW), 520 Math, and 1050 total. Around 10% of all test-takers receive scores of 670 EBRW and 680 Math or higher, and the top 1% is represented by scores of 750 EBRW and 770 Math. The vast majority of selective colleges and universities in the United States require standardized testing for admission, usually either the SAT or the ACT. Because these test scores contribute to university rankings, admissions officers are interested in admitting applicants with strong testing credentials. A number of the most selective universities have average SAT total scores of 1400 (the 95th percentile) or higher. Elite SAT performance is an achievable goal with the best SAT teachers and the most effective SAT programs. Get started right away on Osaka's most proven SAT prep with Manhattan Review.
SAT Private Tutoring
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)
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.
Azami T., a Los Angeles native, has been affiliated with Manhattan Review in the United States and in Japan since 2008. She teaches SAT group courses and private tutoring in online and on-site formats and is a vital member of our Osaka SAT team. She completed a bachelor of arts in history at the University of California-Los Angeles and a master of arts in teaching at the University of Southern California.
Azami's students often write about how her teaching has had a positive impact on their lives. "English is not my first language, and I struggled with some SAT verbal skills at first," wrote one past student. "Azami's patient teaching brought my verbal scores up to highly competitive levels, and I'm now studying at my first-choice college." Azami's hobbies include racquetball and karate.