ACT Private Tutoring in Seoul (South Korea)
Manhattan Review is a worldwide educational services company that teaches students in Asia, Europe, Africa, Latin America, and North America how to receive the high test scores that lead to university acceptance. Our Seoul branch offers a full complement of effective preparation services for the ACT. ACT learners who prefer traditional classroom environments will fit right into our on-site ACT prep courses at various practical locations around Seoul. Tech-savvy ACT students will appreciate the convenience of our online ACT classes, which make use of the latest in educational technology. Test-takers who wish to study their own specific ACT challenges at their own pace should consider our customized private ACT tutoring. No matter which flexible learning option you choose, our ACT practice tests will help you measure your skills and develop your study plans. Manhattan Review's ACT offerings feature engaging content, original instructional methodologies, rigorous course materials, and the most qualified ACT teachers in Seoul. Get started on Seoul's best ACT learning plans today by contacting Manhattan Review for more information on our local services.
Most universities in the United States will accept either the ACT or the SAT, and many international students have trouble deciding which test to take. The best choice for a given student depends on a variety of factors. The two tests evaluate core academic skills in distinct ways, and the most favorable option is usually whichever test emphasizes an individual student's academic strengths. At Manhattan Review, we often suggest that students try a practice or diagnostic assessment for both exams, which will make these decisions much easier. Another issue to consider is the testing profile of a student's preferred universities. At some schools, the majority of successful applicants take the SAT; at others, the ACT is the preferred choice of admitted students. Many candidates for selective university admission go as far as to take both tests in an attempt to improve the odds. We encourage prospective undergraduate university students to consider their options carefully and select the assessment that most closely matches their individual goals.
Manhattan Review's prep services have been helping students get accepted to college since we were founded in 1999. Our thousands of past clients have become students at and graduates of world-class institutions such as Harvard, Princeton, Stanford, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of Pennsylvania, Dartmouth, the University of Chicago, UC Berkeley, Columbia, Johns Hopkins, Georgetown, Carnegie Mellon, Cornell, the University of Michigan, Brown, the University of Virginia, and the California Institute of Technology. The success of our past test prep clients is not limited to academia; our students have accomplished a great deal in their professional lives as well. They've been hired by Fortune 500 companies, including Prudential Financial, Valero Energy, JP Morgan Chase, New York Life Insurance, and Twenty-First Century Fox. They've accepted jobs with prominent Seoul companies, such as Samoo Architects & Engineers, Tong Yang Group, Pantos Logistics, Hanwha Life Insurance, and Cube Entertainment. Become one of Manhattan Review's distinguished Seoul students today, and get ready for a lifetime of success.
ACT Private Tutoring
Sheraton Seoul D Cube City Hotel
Guro-gu, Seoul 152-887, South Korea
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Denise L. has been teaching SAT prep courses and private tutoring sessions in the United States and South Korea since 2009. First hired by Manhattan Review's Los Angeles office, she transferred to Seoul in 2015. Her teaching style is characterized by strong attention to detail, differentiated instructional methodologies, and positive reinforcement, and her student evaluations indicate that students highly value her instruction.
Denise was born and raised in the Los Angeles suburb of Anaheim, California. She is a graduate of UCLA (bachelor's degree in secondary education) and the University of Southern California (master's degree in education). Previously a public school teacher in her native region, she is now on the faculty of a Seoul international school. A married mother of two young children, Denise spends most of her free time with her family. When she has the time, her hobbies include racquetball, swimming, and rooting for the Los Angeles Dodgers.