GRE Tutoring in Houston
GRE private tutoring in Houston (Texas)
In many cases, the best support for students is collaborative, customized study sessions with a very experienced tutor. Manhattan Review's private tutoring services in Houston cater to the various learning needs and study styles that make each student unique. Our syllabus offers world-class quality standardized test prep. Paired with the one-on-one attention of a skilled GRE tutor, and you are prepared to score your personal best on this exam.
When you apply for graduate school, your GRE results set the benchmark for your future performance at college and university graduate-level programs. With a top percentile score, you are showing the admissions department your penchant for impressive performance. This number can speak significantly to your aptitude and determination in your academic field. Whatever your field or future industry, grad-level study will help you stand out from the competition. You'll become a specially qualified subject expert in your area of study, making you a distinctive asset in your company or career.
Houston is home to some well-regarded and world-renowned Fortune 500 companies. By holding your MA or MS in your industry, you will be more likely to get invited to work for major companies such as ConocoPhillips, Valero Energy, Sysco, Dell, Halliburton, J.C. Penney, Apache, Southwest Airlines, Texas Instruments, Dr Pepper Snapple Group, or GameStop. You can take your education to the next level with the help of our premier private tutoring services. Then you can give your advanced skill set practical application with more than 50 companies in the Fortune 500 that are spread out in various Texan cities. Whether you want to stay in Houston or travel beyond this city's borders, you can become the top candidate in your profession simply by bolstering your educational record.
Since Texas houses so many prestigious higher education facilities, a GRE private tutor can give you what you'll need to go the distance. Diagnose your areas of difficulty, take practice tests until as perfect as possible, and enter the GRE exam with confidence and refined knowledge. We'll give you the skills and strategies that you'll need to pave your successful path in Houston.
GRE Private Tutoring
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I wanted to thank you for teaching my class and being such a dedicated instructor. When I first started studying for the GRE I was doing it from complete scratch as I had not done this type of math in many years. I was scoring in the low 300's, and was having trouble with some of the quick math necessary to do well on the test. Our class helped me figure out how to break down problems into commonly found concepts and to quickly do the computation to answer them (by, for example, factoring). I took the GRE this past Friday and scored a 720 in math -- much higher than I had originally hoped for when I started studying. I know your going the extra mile to help, both in tutoring and in class, really made a difference to my score. Thanks again!
- Puja (This student took out GRE Tutoring)
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Houston Teaching Center at the Hyatt
1200 Louisiana Street
Houston, TX 77002
Phone: (713) 481-0372
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Meet a Houston GRE Tutor: Sean M.
Sean graduated from MIT holding degrees in both Computer Science and Electrical Engineering. Always loving the science of how things work, Sean could break down equations and turn dense concepts into clearly defined terms. Because of his knack for dissecting the difficult, Sean immediately thrived in the tutoring role. He has been tutoring for more than 10 years and his subjects have expanded to include SAT, GMAT, and GRE. Sean will regularly take the practice tests "for fun", which basically means he's testing new approaches to achieve new personal bests.
Patient and ideally suited to the one-on-one engagement of private tutoring, Sean shows his students how he first aced the GRE to grab his graduate degree from Harvard, obtaining his ME in Electrical Engineering. Hired for Engineering straight out of school, Sean was recruited to leave New England and head out west to Texas. When Sean isn't tinkering with computers or teaching his small classrooms, he's spending time with his wife, Vicki, a child psychologist, his age-7 twins, and his Weimaraner Mo, a buddy that keeps Sean on his toes by requiring a minimum two mile jog every day.