GRE Tutoring in Berlin (Germany)
Manhattan Review is a test prep company that provides Berlin students with top-notch preparation services for the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). Our services include on-site GRE prep courses at convenient Berlin locations, classroom GRE instruction in online interactive format, customized private GRE tutoring, GRE practice tests, and (for those taking the GRE as part of a business school application) MBA admissions consulting. Since we ran our first innovative test prep courses in 1999, Manhattan Review has helped thousands of students receive the high standardized test scores needed for acceptance to selective graduate and undergraduate programs. Our GRE prep courses and private tutoring plans feature accessible yet rigorous approaches to GRE learning, the industry's most qualified GRE educators, and practicality with respect to scheduling and location. Manhattan Review's GRE instruction consistently outperforms the competition, and we are especially effective at preparing international students for the major American university admissions tests due to the worldwide base of our clientele both past and present. Give us a call, send us an email, or contact us online today, and we'll be happy to tell you more about why we are the best GRE prep resource available in Berlin.
Manhattan Review's customized private GRE tutoring is based on the pedagogical concept of differentiated instruction. At its most basic level, this concept can be defined as teaching in the ways that different types of students most effectively learn. As we apply this idea to GRE prep, differentiated instruction means customized GRE teaching that accounts for the desired scores, prior academic record, preferred learning style, GRE strengths and weaknesses, and personality of each and every GRE client. Customized tutoring quite simply produces the best possible results in the shortest possible amount of time. Two graduate programs at Yale University will illustrate the advantages of individual GRE instruction. Graduate students in the Department of Economics must score at least 160 on the quantitative section of the GRE, but there are no minimum requirements for the other sections. The School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, on the other hand, has no score prerequisites for any of the GRE sections, but the averages for accepted students are 160 verbal, 155 quantitative, and 4.5 analytical writing. An applicant to the Economics Department would obviously need tutoring that places more emphasis on quantitative skills, while a prospective forestry and environmental studies graduate student should focus more on verbal skills.
Manhattan Review's GRE prep courses and private tutoring are strongly associated with graduate school success. Our GRE students have been accepted to graduate programs at Harvard, Princeton, Stanford, Yale, Georgetown, Johns Hopkins, Duke, the University of Chicago, UC Berkeley, the University of Virginia, and many other highly ranked schools. Career success after graduation is also typical of our students. Some of our past clients have been hired by Fortune 500 companies such as Cardinal Health, American Express, Time Warner, and International Paper, or by Berlin firms such as Metropol Verlag, Axel Springer, and Plinga. Others have gone to work for government agencies, philanthropic foundations, or other public-sector organizations. Graduate education is the basis of a successful career in most fields. Strengthen your graduate school application with Manhattan Review's GRE prep courses and private tutoring in Berlin.
GRE Private Tutoring
GRE Private Course
Bill put in a lot of outside hours preparing for class and answering questions throughout the week. He really tried his hardest to help us reach our goals. I really really appreciated how dedicated he was to helping us.
- Cheng (This student did GRE tutoring)
Primary Course Venue:
Strausberger Platz 9
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Meet a Berlin GRE Tutor: Gary H.
Gary H. was born and raised near Atlanta, Georgia. He holds a bachelor's degree in religious studies from New York University and a master of divinity from Duke University. He has been a GRE tutor since 2010, and he pursues his teaching concurrently with a career in the non-profit sector. He is presently on the staff of a Berlin charitable foundation that advocates on behalf of migrant workers.
Gary has found his background in religious studies to be eminently useful to his teaching career. "All religion is to a great extent about teaching," he says. "The philosophical principles of the world's major faiths can be applied to all aspects of life." Gary's GRE students have been accepted to top-ranked graduate programs at universities such as Cornell, Emory, UC Berkeley, and Swarthmore.