GRE Tutoring in Memphis (Tennessee)
Students who are preparing themselves for the Graduate Record Examination, or GRE, may feel that they need a private tutor to help them with their course of study. Manhattan Review has been helping to provide students in the Memphis area with private tutors and other forms of study for the GRE exam since 1999, and is the best option for students looking for study assistance in the Memphis area. Manhattan Review offers group courses and practice exams alongside their private tutoring, allowing students to potentially work in a variety of different ways, or just in their preferred way, depending on what the student feels would be best for them. Students who choose to take advantage of the standardized test preparation services offered by Manhattan Review will find that they have the ability to utilize numerous benefits that come with the study plans that will benefit them in learning the material.
Students who utilize a private tutor with Manhattan Review have the ability to work with their instructor either online or in-person depending on their preference. (This option is also available for Manhattan Review's group courses.) Manhattan Review's private tutors can also offer their students the ability to customize their lesson plan to fit the student's strengths and weaknesses, and they have many years of experience with helping students on the GRE and other standardized tests. Many Manhattan Review tutors have retaken the GRE themselves to ensure they are up to date with the formatting and content of the exam, and this is also reflected in the annually updated practice exams that Manhattan Review can provide students. Students who choose to take the in-person option when working with a Manhattan Review private tutor can also meet their instructor at a mutually agreed upon location in the Memphis area that is convenient for both parties, allowing for both student and instructor to have an easier commute to the lesson.
Students who have worked with Manhattan Review have managed to achieve the higher scores on the day of the GRE exam that they desired thanks to the work of their instructors in giving them a greater understanding of the material and rules of the exam. Some graduate schools that Manhattan Review alumni have attended include Harvard, Yale, Stanford, UCLA, New York University, University of Chicago, Columbia, Northwestern, and Memphis' own University of Memphis, Rhodes College, and certain branches of the University of Tennessee. Students have managed to take their academic credentials from these schools and used them to work at a variety of different businesses, from Memphis located companies such as FedEx, AutoZone, and the Tennessee State Government to Fortune 500 companies such as Bank of America, JP Morgan and Chase, Apple, Microsoft, Walmart, and many others across the world. Students who wish to learn more about their options for GRE preparation should call or email a Manhattan Review academic program advisor today to learn about their options.
GRE Private Tutoring
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)
Manhattan Review Prep
Hilton Garden Inn
201 Union Avenue
Memphis, TN 38103
Phone: (212) 316-2000
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Richard W. is a teacher and tutor living in the Memphis area who gained a Master's in education from Bates College, then moved to Memphis for career reasons. He has been helping students with a wide variety of standardized tests and coursework, including the GMAT and GRE exams, since he moved to the area and took up working with students.
Richard has helped many students with Manhattan Review via group courses and private tutoring, and believes that the process of studying for standardized tests requires assistance from another person regardless, whether it be a fellow student or a private instructor. He encourages his students to work with fellow students and friends to learn the material. In his spare time, he likes to play chess.