ACT Private Tutoring in Mexico City
Manhattan Review in Mexico City provides the area's most experienced, effective, and convenient preparation services for the ACT. Local students can reach their target scores with our on-site ACT prep courses, ACT group instruction in online interactive format, ACT private tutoring, and ACT practice tests. Manhattan Review is a global company that has taught thousands of students how to master ACT content, study techniques, and test-taking strategies that facilitate upper-percentile ACT scores. Our instructional methodologies and course materials are the most innovative that the industry has to offer, and our ACT learning plans are taught by the most qualified test prep educators in Mexico City. Manhattan Review has been devoted to student success since we were founded in 1999, and our clients have been accepted to world-class universities such as Stanford, Princeton, Harvard, Yale, Brown, Carnegie Mellon, Johns Hopkins, MIT, CalTech, the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Virginia, and UC Berkeley. Find out more about our Mexico City ACT prep services by contacting us today.
Most universities do not report their acceptance rates by ACT score, but UCLA is one exception to this pattern. Admission data from UCLA shows how helpful high ACT scores can be to a given student's chances of acceptance. For the most recent entering class, students with composite ACT scores of 30 or above were admitted at a rate of more than 36%. Students with lower scores had much poorer prospects, with acceptance rates of 13% for ACT composite scores of 26-29, 10% at 22-25, 7% at 18-21, and 1% below 18. The overall acceptance rate at UCLA is about 18%, meaning that an applicant with an ACT score of 30 or better had odds that were double the overall rate. UCLA also reports admission statistics by ACT sectional scores, and these numbers are largely consistent with the composite rate. High test scores give students better chances of attending their first-choice school, and more options for their undergraduate education.
University graduates can look forward to a strong job market. A comprehensive survey recently published by the National Association of Colleges and Employers showed average starting salaries for new college graduates of about $45,000 to $63,000 per year, depending on field. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports the average salary for all workers at about $44,000, but most college graduates can exceed these earnings right out of school. The highest-paying majors were engineering and computer science, while the lower end of the scale was represented by social sciences and humanities. Manhattan Review's test prep clients have secured lucrative positions at Fortune 500 companies (such as Valero Energy, Berkshire Hathaway, Wells Fargo, and United Technologies) and firms in Mexico City (including Banobras, Greyhound Mexico, Grupo Carso, and Bancomext). Manhattan Review's ACT prep services in Mexico City are a worthwhile investment with clearly demonstrated returns that can last a lifetime. Let us help you get started on your own bright future.
ACT Private Tutoring
Sheraton Suites Santa Fe
Guillermo Gonzalez Camarena 200
Mexico City 01210, Mexico
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Ryan B. has seven years of experience as an ACT prep tutor in the United States and Mexico. He is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University and UC Berkeley, with bachelor's and master's degrees in electrical engineering. He is currently employed by a Mexico City tech start up, and teaches ACT prep on a part-time basis. His mother was born and raised in Mexico, and he has a large local network of family.
Ryan's ACT students have been accepted to undergraduate programs at Harvard, the University of Virginia, Swarthmore, UCLA, and many other top schools. He is a fluent speaker of Spanish, and he has prior experience as a language tutor. He is also a devoted sports fan, and he roots for all of the teams associated with his native Los Angeles, especially the Dodgers.