ACT Private Tutoring in Wellington (New Zealand)
Manhattan Review is an international test prep firm that provides a variety of student-centered ACT preparation services in Wellington. Our rigorous, comprehensive, and effective ACT programs may be taken in a variety of flexible formats, including private ACT tutoring in Wellington, on-site ACT classes in Wellington, and online ACT instruction from anywhere. We also provide authentic ACT practice tests that supplement the official versions and allow students to gain more proficiency with ACT exercises than they otherwise could. Manhattan Review's ACT prep courses and ACT private tutoring plans are taught by Wellington's most qualified ACT educators, using the industry's best course materials and most original methods of instruction. Our ACT learning plans cover all of the academic skills evaluated on the ACT, all of the most effective study techniques, and all of the most favorable test-taking strategies. Manhattan Review is a company that has been facilitating academic success around the world since 1999. Phone, email, or contact our Wellington office online to find out more about our superior ACT preparation services.
Previous Manhattan Review students have been accepted to world-class schools such as Stanford, Princeton, Yale, Harvard, the University of Chicago, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of Pennsylvania, Cornell, Brown, Columbia, the University of California-Berkeley, the University of Michigan, Washington University in St. Louis, Vanderbilt, the University of California-Los Angeles, Georgetown, Carnegie Mellon, Duke, Emory, Johns Hopkins, the College of William & Mary, the University of Texas-Austin, the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, and countless others. We're proud to report that many of our past test prep clients have secured jobs at America's best companies, including Fortune 500 outfits such as Berkshire Hathaway, Bank of America, State Farm Insurance, Walgreens Boots Alliance, and United Continental Holdings. Former Manhattan Review students are also now contributing to the business community in Wellington, as valued employees of Summerset Holdings, SilverStripe, Meridian Energy, Datacom Group, Pike River Coal, and other important firms based in the city. The success of our students confirms the effectiveness of our teaching more than any other measure.
Students interested in making their university applications as competitive as possible should aim for ACT scores that are above the median for the schools to which they would like to gain admission. There is a very strong link between institutional selectivity and the test score performance of a given university's accepted students. Appalachian State University is an example of a moderately selective school with an acceptance rate of about 68%. The median ACT score for new students at this institution is about 25.5, with a middle-50% range of 23-28. Duke University is a highly selective institution with an acceptance rate of 11%, and not coincidentally, the middle-50% ACT range is 31-34 for a median of approximately 32.5. A hypothetical applicant who received a composite ACT score of 29 would be in good shape at Appalachian State, but he or she would need higher test scores to have strong chances of acceptance to Duke. Manhattan Review's ACT instruction for Wellington students helps our clients set and achieve test scores that align with their goals.
ACT Private Tutoring
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.
Brock Y. has been an ACT educator in New York and in Wellington since 2012. He is equally experienced in all the ACT courses we offer, from on-site and online formats to individual and group settings. He is also a former Manhattan Review client (he took one of our prep courses for the Graduate Record Exam). He is a native of Scottsdale, Arizona, where both of his parents are educators.
Brock holds a bachelor's degree in computer science from Arizona State University and a master's degree in education from the City University of New York. His use of technology is one of his strengths as a teacher, and his students frequently comment on the effectiveness of his multimedia approaches to ACT skills. Brock's favorite hobbies are playing guitar and watching hockey.