ACT Private Tutoring in Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates)
Manhattan Review provides the most student-centered and results-driven ACT prep services available in Abu Dhabi. We have been the industry's most innovative international test prep company since we were founded in 1999, and we have taught thousands of students around the world how to most effectively reach their desired test scores. Our ACT learning options in Abu Dhabi include customized private ACT tutoring, traditional ACT prep courses at convenient Abu Dhabi locations, online ACT instruction, and ACT practice tests. Manhattan Review's private ACT tutoring is based on the widely accepted pedagogical concept of differentiated instruction, which strives to accommodate individual academic strengths and optimal modes of learning. Private tutoring clients receive custom-designed plans of ACT instruction that are personalized to the particular needs of the student. For students more comfortable in group settings, Manhattan Review's on-site or online ACT prep courses feature a variety of instructional methodologies and course materials to engage every type of ACT learner.
ACT score expectations at American universities are largely dependent on institutional selectivity. The highest average composite ACT scores are at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the California Institute of Technology (both 34), followed closely by Harvard (33.5), Princeton (33), and Stanford (32.5). The most selective public colleges are generally a bit lower, such as Georgia Tech (31.5), the College of William and Mary (30), and the University of Wisconsin (29.5). Some institutions specify minimum ACT scores for general admission, such as North Dakota State University (22), Arizona State University (24 on ACT math and 20 on ACT science), and Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (19 each on ACT reading and math). Other schools have discipline-specific ACT requirements. At the University of Houston, business students must score between 26 and 28, and engineering students must produce scores between 26 and 31 (in both cases, the minimum standard is based on high school class rank, and lower high school grades must be offset by higher test scores).
Manhattan Review's ACT prep courses and private tutoring have helped prepare countless students for admission to elite universities such as Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Princeton, Columbia, Brown, UC Berkeley, the University of Chicago, Cornell, Dartmouth, the University of Virginia, and many more. Graduates of selective schools are well positioned to compete in the job market. Manhattan Review's test prep clients have been hired by a variety of Fortune 500 businesses and companies in Abu Dhabi, including Bank of America, State Farm Insurance, United Technologies, Amazon.com, First Gulf Bank, Islamic Finance House, Caracal International, and Oman Insurance Company. Manhattan Review students build academic skills that lead to success on the ACT and to strong academic performance in college, positioning our students to become and remain competitive in the 21st century economy. Contact us today by phone, email, or online for details on our ACT prep services in Abu Dhabi.
ACT Private Tutoring
Sheraton Abu Dhabi Hotel & Resort
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Tammy S. is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, with bachelor's and master's degrees in education. A chemistry teacher by training, she was formerly on the faculty of a public high school near Charleston, South Carolina, where she taught for six years. She has eight years of experience as an ACT prep tutor, and she has been in Abu Dhabi since 2015.
Tammy has now taught ACT prep to over 500 students from 15 different countries, both in group classes and one-on-one settings. Her ACT students have been accepted to a number of top private and public colleges in the United States. In her spare time, Tammy pursues a variety of outside interests, including horseback riding, studying the history of the Arab world, and singing.