GRE Tutoring in Manchester (England)

Students who are looking to prepare for the Graduate Record Examination, or GRE, may find themselves looking for assistance in some form due to the exam's increasing competitiveness and the necessity of earning a high score in order to stand out from the ever-growing pack of applicants to the admissions committees at various academic institutions. Students may feel that private tutoring is the best possible route for them in terms of establishing a stronger understanding of the material. Students in the Manchester area looking for the best possible private tutoring option should look to Manhattan Review, which has been providing private tutoring and other options for GRE exam preparation since 1999. Students who choose to work with a Manhattan Review private tutor are able to utilize their instruction either individually, or in combination with other options such as practice exams and group courses, as part of convenient study packages designed to help students get the most out of their prep.

Students who choose to work with Manhattan Review will have access to a wide variety of benefits regardless of which study format they choose for their standardized test prep. Students who work with a Manhattan Review private tutor are able to work with them either in-person or online, an option that also exists for the group courses Manhattan Review offers. Students who work with Manhattan Review's private tutors will have access to an instructor who has helped a wide variety of students with preparing for various standardized tests, and who can offer their students the ability to customize their lesson plan as necessary to fit the strengths and weaknesses of that specific student. Manhattan Review's private tutors also offer their in-person students the ability to work at any mutually convenient location in the Manchester area, along with flexible scheduling and access to practice exams and study curriculums that represent the GRE's formatting and content in its most recent incarnation.

Students who have worked with Manhattan Review for the process of learning the material that is covered on the GRE and other standardized tests have managed to improve their score on the day of the test as a result of their instructors and study giving them a greater understanding of the material on the exam. Students who have worked with Manhattan Review have managed to use their improved GRE scores to get into schools located in Manchester such as the University of Manchester, and schools outside of Manchester such as Harvard, Yale, University of Chicago, Columbia, Penn State, Princeton, Brown, Oxford, Cambridge, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, William and Mary, UCLA, and many others. Students have also used their academic backgrounds at these schools to help them with a wide variety of careers. Call or email one of Manhattan Review's academic program advisors today to learn more about our options for GRE prep.

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 Manchester - Photo of Student Hugo

My first class in Manhattan Review was a very good class. George is a very good teacher.
- Hugo (This student took our GRE course.)

Manchester

Phone: +44 161 884 0149

Primary Course Venue:

Manhattan Review GMAT GRE TOEFL
Prep & Admissions Consulting
Suite 10, 111 Piccadilly
Manchester M1 2HX, England

NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.

Meet a Manchester GRE Tutor: Paul M.

Paul M. was born and raised in the Manchester area and returned after finishing his education at Oxford, where he earned a Master's in education and spent his time assisting a wide variety of students in the area with preparation for various standardized tests. He has continued to assist students in the Manchester area with Manhattan Review for exams such as the GRE.

Paul has assisted students in a wide variety of different contexts, including group courses and private tutoring, for an increasing repertoire of standardized tests. His test assistance methods are designed to be flexible depending on what the student thinks is most appropriate to help them learn the material. When he is not helping students to learn the material on their standardized tests, Paul likes to visit various museums and football matches.