SAT Private Tutoring in Wellington (New Zealand)

SAT Tutoring in Wellington

Wellington students can receive the area's most effective SAT instruction from Manhattan Review, an international test prep company that has been facilitating student success since 1999. We offer comprehensive SAT services in a variety of learning formats, including on-site SAT group courses, SAT private tutoring, SAT online courses, and SAT practice tests. Our SAT programs are designed to accommodate the busy schedules of undergraduate university applicants, and all on-site options are held at easily accessible meeting locations in Wellington. Manhattan Review's SAT instruction outpaces the competition due to our focus on engaging students with original methods of instruction and inventive course content. Manhattan Review's SAT students further enhance their SAT skills by assimilating proven study techniques and vital test-taking strategies. We choose our SAT tutors and classroom instructors with great care. Some companies will hire teachers based only on their test scores, but at Manhattan Review, we consider our applicants' overall academic background, profile of teaching experience, and personal suitability for the classroom as well. Wellington students can start expanding their options for postsecondary education right away with Manhattan Review's distinguished SAT prep services.

Manhattan Review's SAT prep courses and private tutoring in Wellington and other major world cities have long eased acceptance to the best universities in the United States. Among the elite schools to which our former test prep clients have secured admission are the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Stanford, Princeton, Harvard, Yale, Columbia, the University of Virginia, the University of Chicago, Carnegie Mellon, the University of California-Berkeley, Johns Hopkins, Vanderbilt, Georgetown, the University of California-Los Angeles, Vassar, Emory, Duke, and dozens of others. Graduates of the best schools tend to get the best job offers. Former Manhattan Review SAT students have been hired by several companies on the Fortune 500 list, including UnitedHealth Group, Verizon Communications, Dell Technologies, Prudential Financial, and Liberty Mutual Insurance Group. We also have a fair number of past students employed by companies in Wellington, such as Datacom Group, New Zealand Aluminum Smelter, Pike River Coal, Summerset Holdings, and Solid Energy.

The College Board considers SAT scores of 480 Evidence-Based Reading and Writing and 530 Math (for a composite score of 1010) to be the benchmark for college and career readiness. According to College Board data, a total score of 1010 is in the 41st percentile of all SAT users, meaning that about 59% of all test-takers meet this standard. Highly selective universities, however, invariably expect their applicants to produce SAT scores that demonstrate skills far beyond mere college readiness. Ivy League universities, for example, typically admit classes in which at least 75% of members scored 1400 or higher on the SAT, which is in the 97th percentile. The 25th-percentile composite SAT score for the most recent class at Dartmouth College, for instance, is 1410, and the 25th-percentile SAT score at Brown University is 1440. Students who wish to submit competitive applications to the best American universities absolutely cannot neglect rigorous SAT preparation. Learn more about how Manhattan Review's Wellington SAT programs can help you succeed by phoning, emailing, or contacting us online today.

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


Primary Course Venue:

Novotel Wellington
133/131-137 The Terrace
Wellington 6001, New Zealand

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

Meet a Wellington SAT Tutor: Noah S.

Noah S. joined the SAT instructional staff of Manhattan Review's Wellington branch last year after teaching SAT prep in the United States since 2011. Originally from Statesboro, Georgia, he developed a strong reputation as an effective SAT instructor in the American cities of New York and Los Angeles before his relocation to Wellington. He has prepared more than 500 students for high sectional and composite SAT scores.

Noah earned a bachelor's degree in chemistry from the University of Michigan, and then completed a master's degree in education from Michigan State University. In addition to his substantial experience as an SAT educator, he has five years of experience teaching secondary school science courses. In his spare time, Noah roots for his favorite baseball team, the Atlanta Braves.