GRE Private Tutoring in Edinburgh (Scotland)
Students in the Edinburgh area looking to prepare for the Graduate Record Examination, or the GRE, may feel that they require some form of personalized assistance to ensure that they are able to get the most out of the process of preparing for the day of the exam. Students looking for private tutoring in the Edinburgh area should look to Manhattan Review for the best private tutoring options in the Edinburgh area. Manhattan Review has been offering students in and out of Edinburgh the ability to prepare for their standardized tests with the assistance of private tutoring and other study resources since 1999. Manhattan Review's private tutoring options come with a wide variety of benefits for students, and can be utilized either individually or in combination with other study options such as group courses and practice exams to ensure that students get the most out of the process.
Manhattan Review's private tutors can work with their students either in-person or online depending on what the student feels would be best for the process of preparing for the day of the exam. (Manhattan Review also offers this option for the group courses it potentially can provide.) Students who work with their tutors in-person can utilize any mutually convenient location in the Edinburgh area to ensure that both parties are able to have a convenient commute. Manhattan Review's private tutors can also offer all of their students flexible scheduling and the ability to customize their lesson plans according to their respective strengths and weaknesses, ensuring that students will have a course of study that matches their individual needs. Manhattan Review's instructors are all familiar with the exam in its current layout, and the practice exams that Manhattan Review provides have updated formatting and content to ensure that they are up-to-date.
Students who have taken advantage of the private tutoring services offered by Manhattan Review have gone on to achieve a higher score on the day of the GRE exam. The preparation offered by Manhattan Review's tutors has helped students with their knowledge of the exam's content, how to properly read the questions, and with general time management so as to have a stronger handle of the exam's ins and outs. Students have managed to use the subsequently higher scores achieved on the GRE exam to get into universities across the world. Students have attended Edinburgh universities such as University of Edinburgh after working with Manhattan Review, along with schools such as Harvard, Columbia, University of Chicago, New York University, Rice, Northwestern, UCLA, Oxford, Cambridge, and many more. Students have also translated their higher GRE exam scores into career prospects after they have graduated. Call or email an academic program advisor today to learn more about Manhattan Review's GRE preparation options.
GRE Private Tutoring
Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online
I would like to let you know that I took the GRE on Monday, December 6th and earned a score of 1200 (600 verbal, 600 quantitative). I think that I did very well on the essay portion of the test as well but won't receive those scores in the mail for a couple weeks or so. I would like to thank my instructor (George S.) and Manhattan Review for helping me to increase my score so much (I got a 1050 the first time I took the GRE in 2002) Thank you very much.
- Tamara (This student took a GRE class)
Primary Course Venue:
111 Glasgow Road
Edinburgh EH12 8NF, Scotland
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Meet a Edinburgh GRE Tutor: Charles C.
Charles C. is a tutor who has spent several years traveling the world and teaching English in different parts of it, and now works as a private GRE tutor for Manhattan Review while living in the Edinburgh area. He graduated with a Master's in education from University of Chicago and also teaches English to ESL students looking for preparation on the TOEFL and IELTS.
Charles' approach to teaching the GRE is focused on encouraging a certain level of interaction between the teacher and his students, such as keeping the conversational portions of the studying entirely in English when dealing with ESL students or asking follow-up questions designed to make students rethink their approach if they handle a GRE problem incorrectly. When he is not tutoring or teaching, he likes to spend his time painting and reading.