SAT & ACT Prep
AP, SAT II, IB
GRE & GMAT Prep
Our students have been accepted to the best private schools, universities & colleges throughout the United States of America.
If you are serious about competing for college admissions then you have come to the right place.
Live Online SAT/ACT & ISEE/SSAT Courses taught by a Princeton University graduate and other Ivy League graduates
Since 2010, TigerTutor has helped students be accepted to top US universities, including Yale, Princeton, UPenn, MIT, Stanford and the Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science (among others) and private high schools like Lawrenceville, Pingry and Phillips Academy.
Call or text (609) 608-6619 to go over your child's best options for test prep and college.
Tryout class and references are available. We offer Live Online 1:1 Private Tutoring (flexible class schedules)
Test scores matter. A difference of just a few points can be the difference between getting accepted and rejected.
On average, our students improve by 310 points on the SAT and 4 composite points on the ACT and many have achieved perfect scores. We help in all test subjects.
TigerTutor was founded by a Princeton University & Newark Academy graduate who has lived in Beijing and Shanghai and is proficient in Mandarin and fluent in Spanish.
The greatest value your course provided was to teach in a few weeks what 11 years of public schooling could not adequately do for the English subject. For students like Amanda, 1) starting Tiger Tutor earlier; and 2) having more testing opportunities would have benefited her.
TigerTutor is an expert in helping students improve on standardized tests and their understanding of academic subjects. TigerTutor is not a franchise nor a chain operation. We do not teach from workbooks nor do we believe in wasting time. Our success comes in developing individually tailored learning plans that meet the needs of each student.
Our Students Have Benefited From:
Improved Test Scores (SAT, ACT, SSAT, PSAT, SAT II, AP)
More college or private school acceptances (Including Ivy League & top schools)
Improved writing skills (students are able to better articulate their ideas)
Better academic performance and grades (higher GPAs)
More scholarship money (qualifying for merit based scholarships)