GRE Private Tutoring in Beijing (China)
Are you a Beijing-based student seeking the highest possible score on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE)? If you want to receive access to cutting-edge, industry-leading materials and resources designed to produce top scores on the GRE, consider partnering with Manhattan Review for all your test prep needs. We are proud to be one of the world's most established instruction-focused companies, and by working with our respected instructors, you'll be perfectly positioned to prepare for the GRE in a way that makes most sense to you, giving yourself the advantage of the most effective standardized test prep service in the Beijing area. While some students preparing for an important and potentially life-changing exam learn perfectly well in the company of others, certain students do not learn best in a collaborative environment, preferring a customized program of study created for their unique academic needs. If you know you learn best through didactic instruction and a study syllabus that allows you to go at your own pace, we encourage you to consider working with a private tutor at Manhattan Review. We are pleased to provide Beijing students with all the educational tools to become respected leaders in various fields, and becoming a leader starts with attending a respected graduate, business, or law program. Whatever career path you intend to take, let your success start at Manhattan Review, where we've broken down the GRE into components than can be mastered, allowing our students to secure admittance into prestigious colleges and universities in the United States and around the world.
Manhattan Review has been offering world-class test prep courses since 1999, and we offer a variety of classes and programs to suit every learning need and every busy schedule. When you partner with Manhattan Review, your private tutor will begin by identifying your unique learning style, which will allow you to build off the academic strengths you already possess while teaching you to overcome any areas of weakness that might negatively impact your GRE performance. Working with a private tutor is one of the best and most effective ways to take your GRE prep to the next level, and this important process begins by pairing you with just the right tutor. While our tutors have their own standardized test success stories and have graduated from academic programs with instant name recognizability, we are particularly proud of our tutors' teaching abilities, specifically the many ways in which they ensure material is learned, remembered, and recalled at the appropriate time. Our private tutors are dedicated educators with strong backgrounds in teaching, as well as numerous successes within their career of choice. Our tutors are enthusiastic about helping you achieve your own personal and professional success, and they are familiar with the specifics of the GRE, well-versed in ensuring you master the necessary techniques and strategies that will allow you to perform at your best on test day. By preparing for the GRE with a private tutor, you can spend additional time on the parts of the exam that are most challenging for you, while spending less time on the sections you are already strong in, ultimately earning a GRE score in the highest percentiles and performing to your full potential.
Our experienced and personable tutors know just what it takes to master the GRE, and if you are seeking standardized test success, look to the professionals at Manhattan Review for all your GRE needs. The GRE General Test is designed to closely reflect the sort of thinking employees and executives are required to perform in today's fast-paced business environments. The exam assesses verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking, and analytical writing abilities, intentionally focusing on skills that have been developed and strengthened over a long period of time and can be applied to vastly different jobs and positions. GRE scores range between 130 to 170 in the verbal and quantitative sections of the exam, and the writing portion is scored on a scale ranging from 0 to 6 using half-point increments. In order to be competitive for the highest-ranking graduate programs, it is imperative to do well on the GRE. An average total GRE score is around 300, but for those seeking admission to the world's best graduate, business, or law programs, scores will need to be far above average. A score of 318 at the 75th percentile is considered "good," whereas a score of 329 at the 90th percentile is considered "excellent." At Manhattan Review, we can help you obtain those excellent scores and take the next step in your academic and/or professional life.
At Manhattan Review, we work with a diverse group of students through private tutoring, from those who recently graduated from an undergraduate program to those corporate executives seeking a pay raise, promotion, or opportunity to do something new and exciting with their career. Our former clients have used what they learned through Manhattan Review to gain admittance to the world's leading graduate programs and institutions of higher education, including MIT, Stanford University, Harvard University, Johns Hopkins University, the University of Cambridge, the University of Chicago, Yale University, Oxford University, the University of Pennsylvania, Northwestern University, the University of Southern California, Cornell University, Columbia University, Dartmouth College, Princeton University, the University of Texas at Austin, CalTech, and elsewhere.
At Manhattan Review, we're experts at helping students perform to the best of their abilities on standardized tests, and if you're seeking to achieve the highest GRE score possible, give yourself every advantage and work with the top professionals in the test prep industry. In order to be accepted by the most prestigious graduate, business, or law schools, you will need an impressively high GRE score, and one of the best ways to obtain such a score is by working one-on-one with a private tutor. We are pleased to offer daytime, evening, and weekend course options, as well as in-person or online course delivery that works best with your busy schedule. Your private tutors are experts at helping you make the most of your limited time by highlighting the most effective and efficient test-taking tips and strategies while ensuring your GRE prep is both targeted and comprehensive, leaving nothing to chance.
Whether you intend to remain in Beijing or relocate elsewhere as you take the next steps in your academic and/or professional journey, give yourself the best chance of GRE success by partnering with Manhattan Review. We are excited to help you gain admission into the graduate program of your dreams, and we will guide you every step of the way so that when test day comes, you can feel confident and prepared. We specialize in helping hard-working students transform their dreams into reality, and we look forward to helping you the way we've helped countless other clients find their own paths to success. Contact us today to learn more about our private tutoring options and how working with a customized program of study can help you obtain the GRE score you desire.
GRE Private Tutoring
Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online
I wanted to thank you for helping me with the GRE prep and let you know that your teaching tactics worked! I took the exam yesterday and got an 800 on the math, 570 on the verbal and who knows about the writing but hopefully it's not below a 4! The verbal is tricky with those silly words but I am happy with my score and ready to walk away from this ETS madness. Thanks again and all the best!
- Sophia (This student took a GRE class)
Primary Course Venue:
Hilton Beijing Wangfujing
8 Wangfujing East Street
Beijing 100006, China
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Meet a Beijing GRE Tutor: Nalini R.
Nalini was born in Chennai, India, but moved to the United States as a child when her father got a job in New York. "I loved growing up in New York City," recalls Nalini. "It was so exciting and always on the go and things were constantly happening." Nalini was fortunate to return to India frequently to visit family, and she remembers family members being so excited about her grasp of the English language and what she was learning in school. Nalini loved computers from a very early age and was a proud founder of a coding club specifically for girls at her school. "I saw technology as a constantly evolving tool I wanted to understand inside and out, so I could hopefully use it for good someday," Nalini smiles. In addition to her coding activities, Nalini wrote a tech-related column in her high school newspaper, participated in a traditional Indian dance troupe, and organized cultural events as a junior member of her city council, a position that allowed her to learn about collaborative governing and improving everyone's access to science and technology, as well as the arts and humanities. Nalini desperately wanted to study computer engineering and was thrilled when she was accepted to Harvard University, her first-choice undergraduate program. "I'll never forget giving my grandparents Harvard sweatshirts," Nalini recalls. "They wore them so much, we kept joking they were never going to take them off and then how would we wash them?"
After graduating from Harvard, Nalini wanted to continue her education by obtaining advanced degrees. "I knew getting into the most prestigious computer engineering graduate programs would be incredibly challenging," she shares, "but fortunately my family came together and made it financially possible for me to prepare for the GRE with a private tutor." Nalini worked hard with her tutor, completing assigned work on her own time and following the study plan she and her tutor had created. "I took so many practice GRE tests," she admits, "but when I took the real test, I was so prepared and knew exactly what to expect, and that kept me from feeling nervous." Nalini performed exceptionally well on her GRE and was admitted to MIT, where she obtained advanced degrees in computer engineering and robotics. When she was offered a job with a company in Beijing shortly after graduating, she and her husband decided to make the move and start a new life in a different country.
Nalini thoroughly enjoyed her work and obtained multiple promotions over the years, but after working from home part-time after having a baby, Nalini realized she wanted to try something new: preparing the next generation of company leaders and strategic thinkers. She began working with local students preparing to take the GRE, offering private tutoring from the kitchen of her apartment. At seeing the success of those students Nalini worked with, more students began to request tutoring with her, and Nalini eventually joined the team at Manhattan Review. Those students fortunate to work with Nalini praise her patience, as well as her ability to help them learn time management skills and how to pace themselves over the lengthy GRE exam. Nalini continues to work as a computer engineer in addition to working as a tutor, and when she's enjoying some well-deserved time away from the office, she can be found playing the violin, taking Mandarin lessons with her daughter, and visiting the Beijing Zoo with her family.