GRE Tutoring in Cairo (Egypt)
Manhattan Review in Cairo comprehensively prepares local graduate school applicants for the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). Cairo students can choose the GRE learning option that most closely meets their needs from a number of available programs. We offer customized GRE tutoring in one-on-one instructional settings, group GRE courses in online interactive format, and on-site GRE prep courses at convenient Cairo locations. All types of GRE learners can also benefit from our authentic GRE practice tests, which help both students and instructors mark progress and formulate study plans. Manhattan Review is the industry's most innovative international test prep company, and our GRE instruction focuses on learning strategies that utilize higher-order thinking skills rather than ineffective memorization techniques or dubious test-taking "tricks." We have helped thousands of students achieve their GRE score goals and get accepted to graduate school in the years since we were founded in 1999. Start the process of becoming an expert GRE test-taker right away by contacting Manhattan Review for more information on our GRE prep services in Cairo.
At Manhattan Review, we define success primarily in terms of learning outcomes. Our GRE clients consistently produce the test scores required or expected by world-class universities, and the list of institutions to which our students have been accepted includes MIT, Princeton, Stanford, Harvard, Yale, Brown, the University of Pennsylvania, Johns Hopkins, Carnegie Mellon, Caltech, Columbia, Duke, Dartmouth, Cornell, the University of Virginia, and many more. Former Manhattan Review clients are also regularly hired by top companies around the world. Some have opted for jobs at Dow Chemical, JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America, Valero Energy, Berkshire Hathaway, and other Fortune 500 companies. Others have returned to Cairo to accept employment with local firms such as 123, Core Republic, Vodafone Egypt, Digisay, and Air Sinai. Manhattan Review's past GRE clients have distinguished themselves both in graduate school and in professional life, and we look forward to adding your name to our list of success stories. Start improving your academic and professional prospects today with Manhattan Review's GRE private tutoring or GRE prep courses in Cairo.
The GRE scores needed for acceptance to a given graduate program depend on a number of factors, and there can be a great deal of variance in how the exam is used by individual departments, even within the same institution. The Department of Computer Science at the University of Virginia, for example, reports the following average GRE scores for its successful graduate applicants: 156 verbal, 160 quantitative, and 3.5 analytical writing. It is understandable that a computer science program is interested in applicants with strong quantitative skills (160 is in the 76th percentile of all test-takers), but applicants may not realize that the verbal standards are almost as high (156 is in the 72nd percentile). UVA's Corcoran Department of Philosophy, on the other hand, has much higher average GRE verbal and writing scores than the Department of Computer Science (about 164 verbal and 4.5 writing, which represent the 93rd and 83rd percentiles respectively). The mean GRE quantitative score for a UVA philosophy graduate student is about 158, or the 71st percentile. In all cases, scores that exceed the departmental averages on all GRE sections will provide the strongest applicant prospects.
GRE Private Tutoring
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)
InterContinental Citystars Cairo
Corniche El Nil
Cairo 11511, Egypt
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Fatima C., originally from Sarajevo, has nearly a decade of experience as a GRE tutor and classroom instructor in the United States, Europe, and Egypt. She has been working in Cairo since 2016, where she moved after teaching stints in Los Angeles and London. She is married to an Egyptian businessman, and the couple lives with their two children outside of Cairo.
Fatima's academic credentials include a bachelor of arts in sociology from the University of Michigan and a master of education from Michigan State University. After finishing graduate school, she moved to Los Angeles, where she was a teacher in a public high school. Fatima's GRE teaching has helped numerous students get accepted to their first-choice graduate programs.