ACT Private Tutoring in Istanbul (Turkey)

ACT Tutoring in Istanbul

Manhattan Review's high-end test prep services for students in Istanbul produce top scores on the ACT. Our company offers a full complement of comprehensive and effective ACT options, including private ACT tutoring, on-site ACT prep courses, online ACT instruction, and ACT practice tests. Manhattan Review is a widely respected test prep company whose history of facilitating student achievement goes all the way back to our founding in 1999. We are at the forefront of innovations in test prep teaching and learning, and our ACT course offerings emphasize engaging students through the development of higher-order thinking skills. We use a variety of original instructional methodologies to boost student testing skills and self-confidence. Our ACT clients learn how to craft efficient study plans, and they also learn important testing skills such as how to manage testing time. Some companies consider instructor test scores to be the only relevant qualification, but at Manhattan Review, our hiring decisions are informed by academic background, teaching experience, and teaching style. As a result of our careful selection, we've assembled a team of the best ACT instructors that Istanbul has to offer. Learn more about our ACT courses, our teachers, and our scheduling options by contacting Manhattan Review in Istanbul, either online, by email, or by phone.

Students with high ACT scores are much more likely to be offered admission to selective universities. Manhattan Review's ACT clients are regularly accepted to their first-choice schools, including the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Stanford, Princeton, Yale, Harvard, the University of Chicago, Carnegie Mellon, Johns Hopkins, Columbia, Brown, Dartmouth, Cornell, the University of Pennsylvania, the University of California-Berkeley, Northwestern, the University of Virginia, Vanderbilt, Duke, Emory, Georgetown, the California Institute of Technology, the University of California-Los Angeles, and the College of William & Mary. Graduates of highly ranked schools can generally look forward to a lucrative market for their skills and knowledge. Former Manhattan Review test prep students have been hired by important companies in Istanbul, including HFSA, Kalyon Group, Akbank, Borusan Holding, and DenizBank. We also have past students who are now employed by Fortune 500 companies, such as Berkshire Hathaway, World Fuel Services, Valero Energy, Twenty-First Century Fox, and State Farm Insurance.

Average ACT composite scores at the best universities in the United States are usually 30 and above. According to ACT, a total score of 30 is in the 95th percentile of all test-takers, while a total score of 33 is in the 99th percentile. The University of California-Los Angeles, unlike most schools, breaks down its admissions by test score ranges. The overall acceptance rate at UCLA is approximately 18%, with more than 55,000 students applying each year. UCLA applicants with ACT composite scores of 30 or above are accepted at a rate of over 36%, or double the overall percentage. Students with ACT scores of 26-29, 22-25, 18-21, and below 18 are admitted at rates of 13%, 10%, 7%, and 1% respectively. Although most schools do not report statistics on test scores at this level of detail, prospective college students can assume that below-average test scores will lead to below-average odds of admission.

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


Primary Course Venue:

Hilton Istanbul
Cumhuriyet Caddesi
34367 Istanbul, Turkey

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

Meet an Istanbul ACT Tutor: Robin F.

Robin F. joined the ACT staff of Manhattan Review's Istanbul branch in 2017 after an eight-year career as an ACT educator in the New York City area. He has taught the ACT to more than 700 students from 25 countries around the world, and these students have been accepted to undergraduate programs in a variety of academic disciplines.

Robin holds a bachelor's degree in philosophy from Georgetown University and a master's degree in education from Boston University. In addition to his ACT teaching duties, he is an acquisitions editor for a major American academic publisher. His hobbies include archery, golf, and rooting for his hometown New York Yankees.