ACT Private Tutoring in Buenos Aires (Argentina)

ACT Tutoring in Buenos Aires

Manhattan Review in Buenos Aires is a full-service company that offers all of the necessary preparation and ancillary services for the ACT. All types of students in Buenos Aires can find an ACT learning plan that suits their needs, from on-site ACT prep courses and online ACT instruction to private ACT tutoring and ACT practice tests. Manhattan Review's talented, experienced, and thoroughly trained ACT classroom instructors and individual tutors teach our students how to become experts in ACT content, ACT study techniques, and ACT test-taking strategies. Our company's history of innovative and accessible methods of teaching goes back to our founding in 1999, and we have now taught thousands of students how to reach the test score thresholds of undergraduate programs at prestigious universities. The benefits of Manhattan Review's professional ACT instruction are more than worth the cost. Phone or email our Buenos Aires office for all of the relevant details on our ACT services or for answers to your questions.

Though many schools do not have specific requirements for ACT scores, students below a given university's average range are unlikely to be accepted. The most recent class profile for Yale University, for example, shows that 78% of new students received composite ACT scores of 32 or higher, and less than 1% were below 27. Yale does not have an official minimum ACT score for consideration, but the obvious inference from the above statistics is that applicants with at least a 32 have the best chances of acceptance by far, and students with a 26 or lower are probably wasting their time even applying. At the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the ACT standards are also quite high, with more than 96% of accepted students receiving composite ACT scores between 30 and 36. In the last admission cycle, MIT did not accept a single applicant whose ACT scores were below 25. It is essential for students taking the ACT to review all available testing data on the universities they are targeting, because standardized testing practices are usually not as flexible as official testing policies may lead applicants to believe.

Manhattan Review's ACT instruction has successfully guided countless students to the ACT scores needed for acceptance to outstanding postsecondary institutions such as Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Stanford, MIT, Carnegie Mellon, Duke, the University of Pennsylvania, UC Berkeley, Dartmouth, Brown, Georgetown, the University of Virginia, UCLA, the University of Michigan, Johns Hopkins, the University of Chicago, and many more. Some of our former Buenos Aires students have returned home to accept high-paying jobs with local businesses, including Torneos y Competencias, the Walt Disney Company Argentina, Sociedad Comercial del Plata, Banco de la Nación Argentina, and NGD Studios. Others have remained in the United States for careers at Fortune 500 companies, such as Bank of America, United Technologies, Prudential Financial, Energy Transfer Equity, American Airlines Group, and World Fuel Services. Manhattan Review's ACT prep courses and private tutoring in Buenos Aires give our students a head start on their college applications and a significant advantage in university admissions.

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

Buenos Aires

Primary Course Venue:

Hilton Buenos Aires
Av. Macacha Güemes 351
Buenos Aires C1106BKG, Argentina

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

Meet a Buenos Aires ACT Tutor: Judith P.

"She brought my ACT scores up by several points on each section, and I also learned a great deal about how to succeed in school," wrote one recent student of Judith P., who has been teaching ACT prep for Manhattan Review in Los Angeles and Buenos Aires since 2009. "Her teaching quite simply made me a better student, and I will always be grateful for that."

Judith completed her undergraduate degree in mathematics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and her master's degree in education at the University of Minnesota. She was a public school math teacher for six years before moving to Buenos Aires in 2014. Her ACT students have been accepted to the most selective private universities and the most respected public research universities.