GRE Tutoring in Hamburg (Germany)
Hamburg students preparing for the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) can get the most effective and customized GRE instruction available with Manhattan Review’s private GRE tutoring plans. Our one-on-one GRE teaching produces the best possible results through individualized instruction based on student goals, student academic background, GRE testing areas of strength and weakness, and optimal learning style. Manhattan Review’s expert GRE educators are highly trained and experienced in teaching diverse students how to do their best on the GRE, with a learning process that is as efficient and convenient as it is effective. Founded in 1999, Manhattan Review is an international test prep company that has assisted thousands of students worldwide with their educational goals. In addition to GRE private tutoring, we also offer on-site GRE prep courses, online GRE instruction, admissions consulting, and GRE practice tests. Hamburg students cannot find a better local resource for all of their GRE prep requirements.
As a measure of aptitude for graduate study, the GRE assists graduate admissions officers by providing standardized measurements of certain skills. The number of applications received by graduate schools is usually far in excess of the number of students that can reasonably be admitted, which necessitates an efficient screening process that often begins with consideration of a given applicant’s numbers (including GRE scores). Students at or above a certain pre-determined level usually move to the next stage of the application process, while those below can be automatically rejected. The graduate program in clinical psychology at UCLA, for instance, received almost 300 applications for 18 available slots. The average GRE scores of accepted students were 165 verbal, 163 quantitative, and 5.1 analytical writing. Students who submit GRE scores that are significantly below these benchmarks have little chance of being accepted. Most students, however, can attain these types of scores if they undergo top-notch GRE instruction.
Manhattan Review’s GRE private tutoring and GRE prep courses have made acceptance to elite graduate programs an achievable goal for countless students. Our GRE clients have been admitted to world-class graduate programs at Harvard, Stanford, the University of Pennsylvania, Yale, the University of Chicago, the University of Virginia, Georgetown, Duke, Vanderbilt, and many others. Our GRE students have graduated with master’s or doctoral degrees in virtually every academic discipline, from anthropology to zoology. They’ve gone to work for the world’s top companies, including Fortune 500 firms and Hamburg companies such as Apple, Exxon Mobil, Boeing, HSH Nordbank, Rickmers Group, and Blau Mobilfunk. They’ve been hired as civil servants at government agencies around the world. They’ve become doctors, lawyers, teachers, and artists, to name only a few of the professions in which our students have succeeded. Find out more about how Manhattan Review's GRE prep courses and private tutoring promote academic and professional success by giving us a call, sending us an email, or contacting us online today.
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I wanted to thank you for helping me with the GRE prep and let you know that your teaching tactics worked! I took the exam yesterday and got an 800 on the math, 570 on the verbal and who knows about the writing but hopefully it's not below a 4! The verbal is tricky with those silly words but I am happy with my score and ready to walk away from this ETS madness. Thanks again and all the best!
- Sophia (This student took a GRE class)
Radisson Blu Hotel
Marseiller Strasse 2
20355 Hamburg, Germany
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Braden R. was born and raised in Montreal, Canada. He completed his undergraduate degree in economics at McGill University, and then acquired his master's degree in statistics from Vanderbilt University. His graduate school application was enhanced by GRE scores of 165 verbal (the 95th percentile) and 169 quantitative (the 97th percentile). He has been a GRE tutor since 2014, and his teaching experience also includes serving as a graduate teaching assistant.
Braden describes his teaching philosophy as results-oriented and student-specific. "Every GRE student that I teach has the same goal: the best GRE score they can get," he says. "How we get there, however, depends greatly on the student – his or her personality, academic interests, favored learning modality, and so on. I find that the most important thing is to really listen to my students, because they will always tell me – either directly or indirectly – what they need to be successful."