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Khan’s Tutorial High School Achievement Program Students Receive High Scores on March 2018 SATs

Khan's Tutorial Teacher and Students in a SAT class.

Khan’s Tutorial would like to congratulate the following KT SAT students for their fantastic scores on the March 2018 SATs:

  • Fahmida Akther – 1560
  • Ahnaf Hasan – 1520
  • Tanjum Lagno – 1470
  • Nahidul Islam – 1470
  • Abir Ahmed – 1460
  • Alice Zhang – 1440
  • Siam Saikanna – 1440
  • Daniah Chowdhury – 1440
  • Nazmus Sakib – 1440
  • MD Kashf Mashrafi – 1430
  • Brandon Nakajima-Wu – 1420
  • Arnob Hoque – 1410
  • Monirul Islam – 1400
  • Saima Afrin – 1400
  • Afaq – 1400
  • Quazi Hossain – 1400

Khan’s Tutorial’s SAT Program is led by Tasneem Imam Khan, MPH (Columbia University Master’s Degree).


“We are so excited for our students who scored well on their March 2018 SATs! We are proud of students such as Fahmida Akther, Ahnaf Hasan, and Tanjum Lagno, who scored 1560, 1520, and 1470, respectively. Our highly trained SAT Instructors, led by KT’s very own SAT Manager Jessan Jishu, all work from a customized SAT curriculum. We make sure our students are increasing their SAT exam scores by enforcing consistent student attendance, implementing a rigorous daily study schedule, and conducting bi-monthly Parent Teacher Conferences. With SATs just around the corner, we can’t wait to see how well our students will score on their upcoming exams!” said Ms. Tasneem Imam Khan, Director of KT’s High School Achievement Program.

“We are thrilled for all our students who scored extremely well on their March SATs!” said Jessan Jishu, Interim SAT Program Manager. “Our updated curriculum reflects all the changes made on the new SAT, which includes test questions that mimic (and have even appeared) on past official SAT tests. By studying these tests, we‘ve uncovered unique patterns which gives our students a competitive advantage. We look forward to all the rising 11th and 12th graders who will enroll in our new SAT Summer Program, which will launch this summer 2018. We are confident it will be a program no student or parent has ever seen.”

With 11 locations in the outer boroughs of New York City, Brooklyn, the Bronx, and in the Jackson Heights, Jamaica, Astoria, Ozone Park, and Floral Park neighborhoods of Queens, Khan’s Tutorial primarily serves in assisting families in low-income, new immigrant neighborhoods. Since 1994, Khan’s Tutorial has helped 2,985 students gain admission to New York City’s Specialized High Schools.