ACT Private Tutoring in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur students taking the ACT can reach optimistic target scores with Manhattan Review's local ACT prep services. We offer comprehensive and engaging ACT prep courses (available either on-site or online), customized private ACT tutoring, and authentic ACT practice tests. Manhattan Review is a global test prep company known for our innovative instructional methodologies, top-quality course materials, and eminently qualified individual tutors and classroom instructors. Our firm has taught thousands of students around the world how to improve their ACT scores and prospects for college acceptance. Founded in 1999, Manhattan Review now serves major cities in Asia, Africa, Europe, South America, and North America with the best available test prep for international students. Start preparing for the ACT in Kuala Lumpur with Manhattan Review's ACT prep services. Contact us by phone, email, or online for full details on our course offerings and for answers to all of your questions.

Manhattan Review's test prep clients in Kuala Lumpur and numerous other cities have been accepted to many of the best postsecondary institutions in the world. Our ACT students have been admitted to prestigious schools such as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Stanford, Princeton, Yale, Harvard, the University of Chicago, Johns Hopkins, UC Berkeley, the University of Virginia, Cornell, Columbia, the University of Pennsylvania, UCLA, the University of Michigan, Dartmouth, Vanderbilt, Duke, Emory, Swarthmore, William & Mary, Boston University, and many more. Thousands of our former test prep students are now fully engaged in successful careers at Fortune 500 companies, such as United Continental Holdings, JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America, Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance, World Fuel Services, and Lockheed Martin. Many of our former Kuala Lumpur pupils have come back to the city after accepting jobs at Maxis Communications, Sapura Energy, Wah Seong Corporation, Astro Malaysia Holdings, IHH Healthcare, Telekom Malaysia, and other locally headquartered firms. A lifetime of success begins with a strong university application, including the highest possible test scores.

At the vast majority of selective universities, high-scoring ACT test-takers are much more likely to be accepted than the average member of the applicant pool. Most schools do not report their acceptance rates by test score ranges, but the few who do allow the advantages for high scores to be quantified. At the University of California-Los Angeles, for example, the total admit rate is less than 19%. Applicants with ACT composite scores of 30 or higher are accepted at a rate of more than 36%, which is nearly twice the overall percentage. Middle-50% ACT scores (the 25th through the 75th percentiles) for all UCLA applicants are 24-31, for a median of approximately 27.5. The middle 50% of accepted students score between 28 and 34, or a median of about 31. According to testing statistics reported by ACT, a score of 27 is in the 87th percentile of all test-takers, while a score of 31 is in the 96th percentile. The benefits of high test scores are clear and convincing.

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

Kuala Lumpur

Primary Course Venue:

Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur Hotel
129 Jalan Sultan Ismail
Kuala Lumpur 50250, Malaysia

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

Meet a Kuala Lumpur ACT Tutor: Sheppard P.

Sheppard P., who likes to be called "Shep" by his friends, colleagues, and students, has been teaching ACT prep for Manhattan Review in Kuala Lumpur since 2013. He joined our company after a lengthy and distinguished career as an ACT and SAT teacher in Boston and Philadelphia (the latter is his native city). Shep is one of the leaders of our Kuala Lumpur team, and he often mentors new instructors.

Shep is a graduate of the University of Virginia (bachelor's degree in education) and Pennsylvania State University (master's degree in education). His profile of teaching experience also includes six years as a high school teacher in Philadelphia and service on the faculty of an international secondary school in Kuala Lumpur. In his spare time, Shep enjoys travelling around Southeast Asia.