GRE Private Tutoring in Flushing (New York)
When you choose to partner with Manhattan Review, you receive access to industry-leading resources designed specifically to produce impressive results on the GRE. By working with us, you are taking advantage of the most effective standardized test prep in Flushing. We are pleased to provide Flushing students with the educational tools they need to become leaders in their chosen industry, and this starts by helping them secure admission into a top-ranked graduate, business, or law school. We've helped numerous students secure acceptance into prestigious institutions of higher education both in the United States and around the world.
Manhattan Review has been the leading resource for GRE test preparation since 1999. We offer a wide variety of courses to suit anyone's needs and schedule. While some students prefer to participate in our group classes, benefitting from interacting with their peers, other students know they learn best through the individualized attention that is only available through private tutoring. If you are planning on taking the GRE, prepare for this challenging exam using a customized approach tailored directly to you and your learning needs. Our private tutoring programs are created specifically for each and every student, and your instructor will work with you to understand your unique learning style, building off your strengths and showing you how to overcome any areas of academic weakness.
Working with a private tutor is a wonderful way to take your GRE preparation to the next level, and it begins by pairing you with just the right instructor. Our Flushing tutors are world-class instructors who are familiar with the specifcs of the GRE and know how to ensure you master the most effective and efficient test-taking strategies. By utilizing skills and techniques and learning information at your own speed, you can obtain a GRE score in the highest percentiles. We have retained the services of personable and experienced professionals who have graduated from respected university programs and relocated to the Flushing area to advance their careers.
The GRE General Test is designed to closely reflect the sort of thinking employees and executives are required to perform in today's fast-paced business environments. The exam assesses verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking, and analytical writing abilities, intentionally focusing on skills that have been developed and strengthened over a long period of time and can be applied to vastly different jobs and positions. GRE scores range between 130 to 170 in the verbal and quantitative sections of the exam, and the writing portion is scored on a scale ranging from 0 to 6 using half-point increments. In order to be competitive for the highest-ranking graduate programs, it is imperative to do well on the GRE. An average total GRE score is around 300, but for those seeking admission to the world's best graduate, business, or law programs, scores will need to be far above average. A score of 318 at the 75th percentile is considered "good," whereas a score of 329 at the 90th percentile is considered "excellent." At Manhattan Review, we can help you obtain those excellent scores and take the next step in your academic and/or professional life.
Private tutoring is available for those still early in their academic journeys, as well as for those who are established and looking for a promotion, pay raise, or simply to take their career to the next level. Students who have partnered with Manhattan Review and taken advantage of our private tutoring programs have gone on to be admitted to the top institutions of higher education around the world, including Stanford University, Harvard University, Johns Hopkins University, MIT, Cambridge, Yale University, Oxford, the University of Chicago, Northwestern University, the University of Southern California, Cornell University, Columbia University, Dartmouth College, Princeton University, the University of Texas at Austin, CalTech, and elsewhere.
Flushing and the larger Queens area is home to a fast-paced and dynamic business environment, and many internationally respected companies are based in New York City. In an increasingly global economy, it is imperative for your resume to stand out, as when it comes to hiring decisions, companies are more selective and discerning than ever. There are always more applicants than there are available positions, and you want your application to stand out to any hiring manager. One of the best ways to create a resume that cannot be ignored is to attend a leading graduate program and earn a degree from an established university. In order to be admitted to the most established universities, you will need to have exceptionally high GRE scores, and we at Manhattan Review are the industry leaders at helping students unlock their potential and achieve their highest academic and professional goals. We also understand the challenges of balancing a job while preparing for the GRE, and private tutoring sessions can be arranged around your schedule, with daytime, evening, and weekend sessions available. Our private tutors are here to help you make the most of your limited and valuable time by streamlining your GRE prep and guiding you to focus on the most important test-taking strategies and techniques.
Whether you plan on remaining in Flushing, Queens, or New York City, or you intend to relocate elsewhere, give yourself the support you deserve to obtain impressively high GRE scores. Manhattan Review is here to partner with you on test preparation, and we look forward to helping you gain admission into the graduate program, business school, or law school of your dreams. Contact us today to learn more and to find out how we can create a customized private tutoring program designed specifically for you and your GRE needs.
GRE Private Tutoring
Flushing, New York
GRE Private Course
Flushing, New York
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)
Meet a Flushing GRE Tutor: Leigh R.
Leigh grew up in Salt Lake City before moving to Flushing when her father's company transferred him to the East Coast. An avid tennis player, Leigh was thrilled to live so near the site of the U.S. Open Tennis Championship and getting involved in a junior tennis league quickly helped her make new friends following her family's move. From the first science experiment she remembers conducting, Leigh has always been fascinated by chemistry and how compounds react with one another. She also grew up possessing a fierce independent streak and knew from an early age she wanted to "invent things no one had ever seen before."
Leigh's love of science led her to obtain a bachelor's degree in chemistry from CalTech and to help offset expenses during her time there, she became a part-time tutor and discovered how much she enjoyed helping fellow undergrads. "Things that came so easy to me were difficult for others, and I remember feeling like I had a duty to share what I knew and to show people even the most difficult scientific subjects could be mastered," she recalls with a shy smile. Leigh wanted to be closer to her family, so when the time came to apply to graduate programs, she decided to focus on ones located closer to New York. Leigh worked with a private tutor to prepare for the GRE, preferring the customized instruction as much as the opportunity to organize sessions around her own busy schedule. A diligent and dedicated student, Leigh's GRE score helped her gain admittance to MIT, where she received a master's degree in chemical engineering.
After graduating from MIT, Leigh accepted a job with a start-up company in Queens focused on developing sustainable products with a small carbon footprint. She was thrilled to be back near family but didn't want to leave her tutoring experiences behind. When an opening was announced at Manhattan Review, Leigh applied and quickly joined the team. Her private-tutoring students love her passion for science almost as much as they love her self-deprecating sense of humor, appreciating that she never gets upset when asked to explain a particularly challenging concept in a more understandable way. "I'm invested in my students and want them to succeed," she says, "so they can go off and change the world in their own ways." When Leigh isn't helping students and professionals prepare for the GRE, she can be found playing tennis on the weekends, mastering the delicate art of knitting under her mother's tutelage, and reading aloud to middle school students as part of the local library's after-school program.