GRE Tutoring in Dublin (Irland)
As one of the most prevalent standardized tests administered throughout the world, the Graduate Record Examination, or GRE, is often a necessary challenge that prospective student must overcome as they apply to graduate school. This is true for all graduate school hopefuls, whether or not they are confident in their ability to adequately prepare for the GRE on their own or not. However, what many students will find, particularly after taking the GRE once, is that they may need the help of a private tutor to help them prepare for such a critical test. At Manhattan Review we have world-class private tutors that are guaranteed to help you reach your GRE goals.
For over 15 years, Manhattan Review has been at the forefront of GRE test prep services, providing students all over the world with the requisite skills and knowledge they need to succeed on test day. You may be wondering how we accomplish such a huge feat. For starters, we offer prospective graduate students the opportunity to custom design their own learning program according their individual learning styles and availability. This includes the option of enrolling in our interactive online courses, and/or taking advantage of our other tools and resources such as our practice tests that mimic the real GRE. In addition, we also offer students the opportunity to work one-on-one with our elite private tutors, who just so happen to represent the top professionals in their respective fields.
All of our work with students in Dublin has paid off tremendously in the favor of our students. Not only do our students perform better than the average GRE test taker, but they also enjoy a higher acceptance rate into all of the area colleges and universities. From the Dublin Institute of Technology to the Economic and Social Research Institute and everything in between, past participants of Manhattan Review's test prep services, regardless of whether or not they utilized our interactive online courses or private tutors, have gone on attend some of the best schools in the world. And it doesn't end there. Our past students have also been embraced by the business community as well, being hired by Dublin's finest, most prestigious companies, including Microsoft, Google, Amazon, eBay, PayPal, Yahoo!, Facebook, Twitter, Pfizer and Citibank, to name a few.
GRE Private Tutoring
My first class in Manhattan Review was a very good class. George is a very good teacher.
- Hugo (This student took our GRE course.)
Dublin 2, Ireland
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Every now and then, we are privileged at Manhattan Review to find someone like Will. From the age of fifteen, after his parents relocated there for his mother's employer, which so happened to be a major multinational corporation, Will spent most of his life in Dublin. Since then, Will has enjoyed a life of immense culture, something that he immediately took to upon his arrival in the famous Irish city. Such influence has and continues to play a significant role in shaping Will's professional success in Dublin, as a wildly influential architect. His new home is very much a part of who he is and what he does that it makes perfect sense that he is so invested in the city that he now calls home. That's how and why Will ended up at Manhattan Review as private tutor.
With such a highly demanding career and accompanying social life, it is a great wonder how Will even has any time to add anything else to his to-do list, but he professes (and it shows) that he will always make time for giving back. That he does. As a private tutor with Manhattan Review, Will has been instrumental in helping us to maintain our position as the top rated GRE test prep services in the Dublin. By being the down-to-earth, professional whiz that he is, students naturally gravitate towards Will, hoping to learn as much as they can about how to ace the GRE as well as how to thrive and be successful in a bustling city like Dublin. Will does not disappoint, which gives students all the more reason to entrust him and Manhattan Review.