GRE Tutoring in Kuwait City
Kuwait City students seeking elite scores on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) can effectively and efficiently achieve their goals with Manhattan Review's local test prep services. We offer a variety of GRE options that comprehensively prepare graduate school applicants for all sections of the exam. Kuwait City test-takers can choose either on-site GRE prep courses, GRE private tutoring, or online GRE instruction, and we also provide authentic GRE practice tests. Founded in 1999, Manhattan Review is the world's leading test prep company for international applicants to universities in English-speaking countries. We have helped thousands of students in major European, Asian, African, South American, and North American cities secure acceptance to undergraduate or graduate programs at the best universities in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, South Africa, Ireland, and many other nations. We'll teach you how to become an expert in the content of each GRE section, how to develop the most rigorous study plans, and how to become a proactive test-taker with strong command of vital testing skills. With our practical and flexible scheduling plans, you can get started on Kuwait City's best GRE preparation right away.
Educational Testing Service (ETS) reports that the mean scores for GREs taken by citizens of Kuwait are (in the most recent year for which data are available) approximately 141 verbal, 147 quantitative, and 2.1 analytical writing. These scores are in the lower third of all test-takers, and they are at the 15th, 27th, and 2nd percentiles respectively. American test-takers do quite a bit better on GRE verbal, with a mean score of 153 (the 61st percentile), but their quantitative scores are only slightly higher on average (about 150, or the 38th percentile). Kuwaiti GRE students as a group are in need of strong GRE verbal preparation, although high scores on all sections of the exam will increase the chances of graduate school acceptance. The average GRE verbal score for PhD students accepted to the Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania, for example, is 160, along with a 4.5 mean score in analytical writing. Contact Manhattan Review today for more information on how our GRE prep courses or GRE private tutoring in Kuwait City can help you receive the GRE scores expected by selective graduate programs.
Manhattan Review's GRE students have been gaining acceptance to elite graduate programs for many years. Our GRE clients have completed master's, doctoral, or professional degrees at top schools such as Stanford, Princeton, Harvard, Columbia, the University of Chicago, Dartmouth, Brown, the University of Pennsylvania, the California Institute of Technology, the University of Virginia, Georgetown, Vanderbilt, Cornell, Duke, Emory, the University of Michigan, the University of California-Berkeley, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and countless other highly selective universities. Former Manhattan Review students are now valued employees of Fortune 500 companies, including Berkshire Hathaway, Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance, JP Morgan Chase, United Continental Holdings, and State Farm Insurance. We also have past GRE students now working for firms in Kuwait City, such as Al Mulla Group, Boubyan Bank, Jazeera Airways, Gulf Investment House, and Kuwait Petroleum International. Become a Manhattan Review GRE student today, and start building a lifetime of success.
GRE Private Tutoring
I was most impressed with how efficient Vince was with everything, he came prepared and he knew what he was talking about. I liked the efficiency. I already came in with a good idea with what I needed to work on and Vince was great in attacking my weaknesses. I cannot think of anything I disliked or that he could improve about his teaching style.
- Jackson (This student took our GRE Tutoring)
Al Bida Road
Al Ta'awn Street
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Marcia M. began her GRE tutoring career during her last year of graduate school in 2009. First hired by Manhattan Review's main office in New York City (her home town), she has been on the teaching staff of our Kuwait City office since 2017. She has taught GRE students from almost every academic background and field of study, and has helped facilitate hundreds of acceptances to graduate programs.
Marcia earned her bachelor's degree in sociology at the University of Madison-Wisconsin, and then completed a master's degree at Harvard University's Graduate School of Education. She taught at the high school level in New York before moving to Kuwait City, and she is now on the faculty of a local international school. Marcia is a devoted sports fan, and she spends much of her free time rooting for the New York Rangers.