GRE Tutoring in Denver
Every year, more than half a million perspective graduate students prepare to take the Graduate Records Examination, or GRE. The GRE is the most widely accepted standardized test used in the application process in the U.S. and around the world. Some of the most prestigious universities not only require students to take the GRE, but also seek a high score. That's our specialty at Manhattan Review.
For over 15 years, Manhattan Review has been the leader in GRE test prep services in the Denver Metropolitan Area. Whether students attend classes with our exceptional tutors at our Denver campus or they're enrolled in our interactive online courses, the results are consistent: top notch test prep. Our program is like no other because it is designed with the students in mind. At Manhattan Review, the private tutors, who are some of the top professionals in their field, work with the student's schedule. Our program is fail proof and gives the student every possible tool to achieve a high score on the GRE.
Why is a high score on the GRE so important? Two reasons. A high score on the GRE can serve as a ticket into the top schools in Denver, such as the University of Denver and Johnson & Wales University, and around the country, such as Vanderbilt University, Syracuse and Notre Dame. A high score can also land you your dream job working for the some of the most sought after companies in the Mile-High City. The top employers in Denver are always looking for the best and they know that Manhattan Review has worked with the best!
GRE Private Tutoring
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)
Manhattan Review GMAT GRE LSAT Prep
Denver Teaching Center at the Hyatt
650 15th Street
Denver, CO 80202
Phone: (303) 309-4028
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
As an aspiring architect growing up in Norfolk, Virginia, Aaron always knew that he wanted to travel out west to study the 19th century architecture in the city of Denver. With a stellar score on his GRE, Aaron was in the position to go to his choice of any school in the country. He chose the University of Colorado Denver because of its location in the heart of the Mile-High City and its national reputation. For Aaron, he couldn't have made a better choice.
The rigorous Masters in Architecture program not only gave him the skills to land a great job at a reputable architectural firm, but also helped enriched his interest in his long time love of architecture, something he takes into the classroom at Manhattan Review Denver. Students are always surprised to learn that the east coast native was so fond of their fair city, that he passed up other top architecture programs to come to Denver. Aaron insists that modern architecture would be nowhere if it weren't for the architectural predecessors, whose work is still apparent in the Mile-High City.
Aaron also believes and presses upon his students that "where there is a will, there is a way." As a result, he is always trying to get students to think beyond their current circumstances and envision success with whatever goal they are trying to accomplish. He believes in his students and they know it, which helps him build the foundation upon which he can instill the tools and resources for them to achieve a high score on the GRE.