ACT Private Tutoring in Paris (France)

Manhattan Review is the top provider in Paris of effective preparation services for the ACT. Local students can succeed on the ACT with our on-site our online ACT prep courses, ACT private tutoring, and ACT practice tests. Manhattan Review has been preparing students around the world for the ACT and other standardized university admission tests since 1999, and thousands of our clients have been accepted to their first-choice schools. Students in our ACT prep courses and private tutoring plans learn how to organize their study time for maximum learning, how to best approach the exercises on each ACT section, and how to use strategic approaches to test-taking in order to improve scores. Manhattan Review is the industry's most experienced provider of test prep for international students, and all of our ACT offerings help Paris students overcome the additional cultural challenges associated with taking an American test. Manhattan Review's flexible ACT options feature convenient scheduling and practical meeting locations. Learn more about our Paris ACT services by getting in touch with us today. We're available to answer your questions by phone, email, or online.

The ACT Student Assessment Report lists composite score ranges for universities at various degrees of selectivity. These ranges give students a general idea of ACT score expectations at American postsecondary institutions. According to this report, average ACT scores at "highly selective" schools (in which the majority of first-year students finished in the top 10% of their high school class) is 27-30. "Selective" universities (which admit mostly students in the top 25% of their high school class) expect scores of 25-27, while "traditional" colleges (top 50%) look for scores of 22-24. The lowest categories are "liberal" and "open," both of which have large student populations in the lower half of graduating classes. The ACT scores associated with "liberal" and "open" are 18-21 and 17-20 respectively. Students with ACT scores of 27 or better will have the largest range of choice for their undergraduate education, although the most prestigious universities can have average ACT scores above 30.

Manhattan Review's ACT private tutoring and prep courses have helped students meet the high standards necessary for acceptance to Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Stanford, the University of Chicago, Dartmouth, Cornell, Columbia, Brown, the University of Pennsylvania, Georgetown, UC Berkeley, MIT, and many other great schools. Our former students have become successful professionals in fields such as business, education, research, civil service, politics, the performing arts, and philanthropy. Several Fortune 500 companies have hired our former students, including United Technologies, State Farm Insurance, Archer Daniels Midland, and General Electric. Our past clients have also been hired by Paris firms such as Tiller Systems, Hubwoo, Sipa Press, and Fauchon. Manhattan Review's ACT prep services in Paris effectively prepare students for high admission test scores, but they also promote learning habits that facilitate success in college and beyond. The cost of our services is a small investment in your future, which can provide a lifetime of returns.

ACT Private Tutoring

Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online

ACT Private Course

12 hours in total, Personalized 1-on-1 Course, In Person or Live Online

Paris

Phone: +33-1-8488-4204

Primary Course Venue:

L 219,1 Rue de la Liberation
78350 Jouy en Josas, France

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

Meet a Paris ACT Tutor: Jacques R.

Jacques R., a native of the French city of Marseilles, has been a prep tutor for the SAT, ACT, and GRE for the past nine years. He is a graduate of Penn State University and the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, with bachelor's and master's degrees in mathematics. He returned to France in 2013, where he teaches at a boarding school outside of Paris.

Jacques has had an extremely cosmopolitan career as a student and teacher, and he is familiar with educational philosophies in both the United States and France. "My childhood in France and my experience as a foreign student at American universities have given me a broad perspective," he says. "When I teach, I try to use the best of both worlds." His prep tutoring clients have been accepted to elite universities in the United States, Canada, and United Kingdom.

 
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