We are certain that Manhattan Review's new SAT guides will have a highly favorable impact on the test scores and overall academic performance of our students.
New York, NY (PRWEB) April 20, 2016
Manhattan Review, a leading test prep provider that offers rigorous, content-driven learning programs taught by the most qualified instructors in the industry, announced today the release of the second edition of its SAT Study guides. These updated and expanded books are designed to help students prepare for the new 2016 version of the SAT. “We are happy to release Manhattan Review's new SAT guides after a lengthy phase of development, and we are certain that they will have a highly favorable impact on the test scores and overall academic performance of our students,” said founder Dr. Joern Meissner. Manhattan Review is well known for presenting content in a structured manner and within a cutting-edge learning framework, which leads to substantive SAT score gains and better chances of admission to top colleges. By relying on a content-based curriculum without gimmicks or “tricks,” students do more than memorize — they learn methods for solving problems. The full series of 12 guides is designed to provide SAT students with exhaustive yet accessible SAT instruction for top SAT scores. They can be used either in conjunction with Manhattan Review’s courses and tutoring programs, which are offered on-site and online, or as material for self-study. Please visit http://www.manhattanreview.com/sat/ to learn more about the new guides and to download a free copy of one SAT prep book.
About Manhattan Review
Manhattan Review, Inc. is a multi-national test prep firm. Founded in 1999 by Dr. Joern Meissner, an internationally renowned business school professor, Manhattan Review is the oldest and most prestigious test prep company of its kind in New York City. For over 16 years, the firm has been helping students gain entrance to their desired degree programs by working to improve their admission test scores. Initially a provider of preparation services for the GMAT only, Manhattan Review quickly expanded its offerings to include GRE, LSAT, SAT, ACT, and TOEFL preparation products as well as admissions counseling. Headquartered in New York City, Manhattan Review operates in many cities in the United States and in selected major cities around the world. For more information, visit http://www.manhattanreview.com or contact Maria Devakumar via phone at +1-212-316-2000 or +1-800-246-4600.
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