SAT Private Tutoring in Tokyo (Japan)
Manhattan Review's on-site SAT prep courses, online SAT classes, SAT private tutoring, and SAT practice tests develop strong SAT skills and high SAT scores for Tokyo students. Our group SAT courses are intended for students who derive the greatest benefit from skill development in classroom situations, and they meet either at practical locations in Tokyo or online from anywhere. Our customized private tutoring is perfect for students with unique SAT preparation issues, which are addressed via individual learning plans based on specific student characteristics. Thousands of students in Asia, North America, Africa, Europe, and Latin America have received high SAT scores as a direct result of Manhattan Review's prep services, and we have been helping students succeed since our company was founded in 1999. Manhattan Review is a test prep firm that focuses on international student instruction, and we can therefore offer better service to Tokyo students than any of our competitors. Our helpful support staff is available by phone, email, or online to answer all of your questions about our SAT prep options in Tokyo.
Manhattan Review students regularly distinguish themselves in the undergraduate admissions process. Our clients have accepted offers of admission from world-class tertiary institutions such as Harvard, MIT, Princeton, Stanford, the University of Pennsylvania, Johns Hopkins, Caltech, UCLA, Columbia, the University of Virginia, Northwestern, Dartmouth, Cornell, Brown, the University of Michigan, UC Berkeley, New York University, the University of Southern California, and many more. Graduates of prestigious universities can expect to fare much better in the job market than alumni of less selective programs. Former Manhattan Review clients have been hired by Archer Daniels Midland, New York Life Insurance, 21st Century Fox, Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, and several other Fortune 500 companies. Past Manhattan Review students are currently employed by prominent firms in Tokyo, including DIC Corporation, Idemitsu Kosan, Asahi Shinkin Bank, Nomura Group, and the Master Trust Bank of Japan. Successful careers begin with successful university applications. Manhattan Review's SAT prep courses and private tutoring in Tokyo help local students impress the admissions committees at their chosen schools.
Statistics on college admissions and the SAT show that high test scores can give applicants a considerable advantage. One institution that reports its admit rates by SAT score is UCLA, where undergraduate students with SAT composite scores of 2100 or higher (on the old 2400-point scale) were accepted at a rate of nearly 52%, compared to rates of less than 16% for scores between 1800 and 2090 and less than 9% for scores between 1500 and 1790. Though UCLA has no official minimum SAT score for admission consideration, they clearly have a preference for higher scoring applicants. Students should also be aware that SAT score expectations at a given institution can vary by academic discipline. At Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, the highest combined SAT critical reading and math scores were received by accepted engineering students (average of 1450 out of a possible 1600), while the lowest scores were associated with the College of Agricultural, Food & Environmental Sciences (1261). Students with higher SAT scores, especially those that exceed the relevant institutional and/or departmental averages, will ultimately have better admission prospects in almost any undergraduate program.
SAT Private Tutoring
Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online
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)
Primary Course Venue:
InterContinental Ana Tokyo
1-12-33 Akasaka, Minato
Tokyo Prefecture 107-0052, Japan
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Meet a Tokyo SAT Tutor: Giuseppe C.
Giuseppe C., born and raised in Jersey City, New Jersey, has been teaching SAT prep courses and private tutoring for Manhattan Review in New York and Tokyo since 2011. Formerly a math teacher at a public high school in suburban New Jersey, he is currently a math tutor to students in Tokyo in addition to his SAT duties. He has been living in the city since 2015.
Giuseppe is a graduate of Rutgers University (bachelor's degree in secondary education) and Pennsylvania State University (master of education from the Department of Mathematics). His SAT clients have pursued undergraduate degrees at a number of highly selective public and private universities. In his spare time, Giuseppe enjoys following all of the New York sports teams, especially the Rangers.