Dr. Ivan Khan is the CEO of Khan's Tutorial, a tutoring company serving families since 1994. Khan's Tutorial's work around the Specialized High Schools, SAT, AP, & State Standards prep has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, BBC News, NBC Asian America, Al-Jazeera English, & several other outlets. Dr. Khan is a proud alumnus of Bronx Science, SUNY Downstate College of Medicine, SUNY Downstate School of Public Health, & Columbia Business School. In Spring 2020, Dr. Khan earned a College Advising Certificate from Columbia University's Teachers College. Dr. Khan is a proud Queens native & an avid fan of the NY Knicks & NY Giants.

Khan's Tutorial


Khan's Tutorial (KT) is a tutoring academy founded in 1994 by Dr. Mansur Khan. With over 25 years of experience, KT is THE academy where students obtain the highest quality education at the lowest prices.


KT has regularly provided discounted or pro bono test prep-tutoring services to select students who otherwise would not be able to afford classes. The Senior Team at Khan's Tutorial has partnered with families who have faced catastrophic illnesses or special situations that warrant students from reaching their full academic potential.


The curricula for all KT services were created by Dr. Mansur Khan and Dr. Ivan Khan who together have 35 years of teaching experience, 2 Doctorates & 5 Masters Degrees between them. Today, all Khan's curricula is updated continuously by the Senior staff who keeps the material challenging and current.


KT aims to provide the highest quality test prep and tutoring services to families for affordable prices. With our numerous specialized programs we aim to cater to each and every student's needs whether it's to get into a Specialized High School or ace your SATs, KT has got you covered!

Press Coverage

BBC News

Why NYC Students Spend the Summer Studying for One Test
Bangladeshi American Kids Excel at NY School Entrance Tests

Wall Street Journal

Revisions Coming for Admissions Tests to City’s Coveted High Schools
High Test Scores Earned Them Seats at Stuyvesant; a Tough Question Is Whether to Accept
New York Tutoring Firm Helps Low-Income Minority Students

New York Times

To Be Black at Stuyvesant High

Inside Schools

Bangladeshi Students Test Into Elite Schools


Why Test Prep May Be Key to Improving School Diversity
A Summer of Test Prep Means More Asians in the City's Elite Schools

The Bronx Ink

Bangladeshi families prep for controversial specialized high school exam


Changes to SHSAT Could Aid Queens Students
IDC proposes solution for specialized high school diversity crisis
Boro test prep center chain reaches out to Queens minorities
Tutorial center helps students in need prepare for college

Al Jazeera

Elite NYC schools wrestle with drop in black, Hispanic students

Public Radio International

Lazy days of summer? Not for these students gunning for a make-or-break exam

NBC Asian America

Growing Tutoring Market Highlights Possible Gaps in Public Education

New York Post

The real issue on elite high school admissions

New York State Senate

A Passion for Learning at Khan's Tutorials

Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)

Would eliminating this standardized test increase racial equity in elite NYC schools?

2020 Cyber Attack

In June 2020, Dr. Khan and his family were victims of a false cyber attack, through an anonymous social media post. Though the false attack was entirely fabricated, posted, and soon deleted by a single anonymous user with a false pseudonym on social media, the false post was shared widely on social media within the first few days and later written about in a local newspaper.

In response to the false cyber post, Dr. Khan voluntarily stepped aside from his role at Khan's Tutorial to allow a national reputable law firm, Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney, PC (BIR) to conduct an independent investigation. On Sept 30, 2020, Dr. Khan shared the entire report with the public, staff & families at Khan's Tutorial.

In summary, the independent investigation did not find any evidence to support the false cyber attack against Dr. Khan and his family. In conclusion, the findings by BIR's independent investigators fully and unequivocally exonerated Dr. Khan of any of the false claims made in the anonymous social media post.

Dr. Khan returned to his role on Oct 1, 2020. To read the full report by Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney, PC, please click here.