GRE Tutoring in Fresno (California)

GRE Tutoring in Fresno

The Graduate Record Examination, or GRE, is an exam that requires students to prepare themselves for the day of the test, and to know how they need to ensure their studies go as planned. Students may feel that they require the services of a private tutor in this process of preparing for the GRE. Students in the Fresno area looking for the best private tutoring, along with other study options, for the GRE should look to Manhattan Review for the best tutoring options in Fresno. Manhattan Review has been providing private tutoring, along with other methods of study, for exams such as the GRE since 1999. Students who wish to work with one of Manhattan Review's private tutors for the purposes of preparing for the GRE can utilize the tutoring individually or in combination with Manhattan Review's group courses and practice exams to ensure that they are able to get the most out of their course of study.

Students who work with one of Manhattan Review's private tutors will be working with a highly experienced instructor, and they will also have access to a wide variety of benefits designed to help them get the most out of their preparation process for the day of the exam. Students who work with one of Manhattan Review's private tutors can work with them either in-person or online, an option that is also available for the group courses that Manhattan Review offers. Manhattan Review's in-person tutors can provide instruction to their students at any mutually convenient location in the Fresno area that teacher and student can agree upon, ensuring a more convenient commute for both parties. Manhattan Review's tutors can offer any student they work with the ability to customize their lesson plan as they see fit, allowing for strengths and weaknesses to be covered in a way that best suits the student's study needs.

Students who have worked with Manhattan Review via private tutoring or other study preparation methods have managed to use the guidance and resources they have been given to allow for a better performance on the day of the GRE test, and a generally stronger knowledge of the material that is covered on the exam. Students have managed to translate their improved scores on the day of the GRE exam to get into schools such as Harvard, Yale, Stanford, UCLA, Penn State, Rice, University of Chicago, University of Vermont, Columbia, New York University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and many others in and out of the Fresno area. Manhattan Review alumni have managed to take advantage of their academic backgrounds at these schools to ensure that they are able to subsequently gain careers in notable industries, including Fresno-based companies such as Saint Agnes Medical Center and Pelco. Call or email an academic program advisor to learn more about our GRE preparation options.

GRE Private Tutoring

Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online

GRE Private Course

12 hours in total, Personalized 1-on-1 Course, In Person or Live Online

GRE Prep Course Fresno - Photo of Student Tamara

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 Fresno GRE Tutor: Lee R.

Lee R. grew up in the Salt Lake City area before moving to Fresno during his childhood. He returned after finishing his education at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he earned a Master's degree in mathematics. He now works as a teacher and tutor in the Fresno area for Manhattan Review, and helps students with standardized tests such as the GRE.

Lee's methods for teaching his students the material that is covered on the GRE is designed to be adjustable as necessary so that the students can recalibrate their lesson plans as needed for the purposes of covering their strengths and weaknesses appropriately. When he is not helping students with standardized tests, he likes to travel to other cities in California.

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