ACT Private Tutoring in Brussels (Belgium)

Manhattan Review is a boutique educational services company that has been providing high-quality test prep to the international community since 1999. Our ACT offerings for students in Brussels include customized private ACT tutoring, ACT prep courses in traditional on-site format, online ACT classroom instruction, and ACT practice tests. Manhattan Review's private ACT tutoring features custom-designed instructional plans that maximize student potential through consideration of student-specific characteristics (such as target scores, academic strengths, and preferred learning style). Our ACT group courses, whether taken on-site or online, include a variety of effective and innovative instructional methodologies as well as highly developed course materials. Manhattan Review's ACT practice tests offer ideal assessment value by precisely duplicating the content and structure of the real ACT. All of our ACT learning plans are taught by dedicated and experienced educators, who have passed a rigorous screening process and shown themselves to be the best ACT teachers in Brussels.

High sectional and composite ACT scores can substantially improve the odds of acceptance at most institutions. It is usually difficult to quantify the precise impact of test scores on college applications, because most schools do not provide breakdowns of their admissions by score ranges. One exception to this practice is UCLA, which publishes detailed statistics on its website. UCLA applicants with ACT English scores of 30 or above were more than twice as likely to be accepted as students with ACT English scores between 26 and 29 (34.25% versus 15.05%). Students with scores of at least 30 enjoyed an advantage over their slightly lower-scoring peers on the other sections as well, including ACT math (33.27% admit rate at 30 and 16.34% at 26-29), ACT reading (32.15% versus 17.31%), and ACT science (36.33% as opposed to 19.12%). The overall acceptance rate for composite ACT scores of 30-36 was 36.05%, compared to a rate of 13.73% for ACT scores of 26-29. The middle 50% ACT scores for students admitted to UCLA were 27-32, which places the median ACT score at about 30.

Most students are capable of attaining elite ACT scores if they devote enough effort to preparation and are assisted by the most competent ACT instructors. Manhattan Review's test prep services have helped thousands of students receive the high test scores necessary for acceptance to the most selective institutions, including Harvard, Princeton, Stanford, MIT, CalTech, Yale, Dartmouth, Brown, the University of Chicago, the University of Pennsylvania, Carnegie Mellon, Johns Hopkins, and the University of Virginia. The job market is extremely favorable for alumni of prestigious universities. Past Manhattan Review clients have become valued employees of Fortune 500 companies such as Prudential Financial, Liberty Mutual Insurance Group, Honeywell International, General Dynamics, and Capital One Financial. Some of our former Brussels test prep clients have returned to the city to accept jobs with local firms, including Roularta Media Group, Satbeams, TCR International, and Mediafin. Contact Manhattan Review today to find out more about how our ACT prep services in Brussels can help you build a successful future.

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

Brussels

Phone: +32-2-808-5163

Primary Course Venue:

Sheraton Brussels Hotel
Place Rogier 3
Brussels 1210, Belgium

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

Meet a Brussels ACT Tutor: Carlton T.

Carlton T. holds a bachelor's degree in philosophy from Brown University and a master's degree in philosophy from Yale University. He has been teaching ACT prep for nine years, and has been living in Brussels since 2015. He is a former adjunct instructor of philosophy at a small public college in upstate New York, and he also has experience as an SAT tutor and classroom instructor.

Originally from Toronto, Canada, Carlton previously lived and taught in several European cities, including London, Paris, Berlin, and Madrid. "In each place, I've met different types of people and picked up things that have made me a better teacher," he says. "Travel is one of the best things an educator can do to improve his or her skills."