GRE Tutoring in Palo Alto (California)
Graduate school applicants living in the Palo Alto area can receive elite scores on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) with Manhattan Review's test prep services. We offer on-site GRE prep courses, private GRE tutoring, online GRE instruction, and GRE practice tests that help local students maximize their GRE performance and significantly improve their prospects for graduate school acceptance. All of our GRE programs feature the industry's most qualified instructors, the industry's most innovative instructional methodologies, and the industry's most comprehensive course materials. Our students learn how to develop their GRE quantitative and verbal skills, and they become expert test-takers by assimilating savvy study strategies and essential test-taking techniques. Manhattan Review has been successfully preparing students around the world for the GRE and other standardized tests since our company was founded in 1999, and we have facilitated tens of thousands of highly positive learning outcomes. For more information on our GRE services and answers to your questions, contact Manhattan Review in Palo Alto today.
University GRE standards are generally set at the school or departmental levels, and there can be significant differences in the score expectations of different departments within the same school. The Department of Economics at the University of California-Los Angeles, for instance, reports GRE averages of about 158 verbal and 168 quantitative, which are in the respective 80th and 90th percentiles of all students taking the GRE. Other UCLA departments, however, have lower standards for one or both areas. The average student admitted to the Luskin School of Public Affairs received GRE scores of about 157 verbal and 156 quantitative, while the averages for the Fielding School of Public Health were 156 verbal and 151 quantitative. A number of factors are considered with respect to GRE score expectations, including the subject matter studied, the degree level, and the ratio of applicants to available seats. Prospective graduate students should begin preparing for the GRE by assessing the score standards of their chosen departments. Target scores should be set significantly above the reported averages, which will give the applicant a substantial advantage in the admissions process.
Manhattan Review's professional GRE prep courses and GRE private tutoring have facilitated acceptances to a large number of selective graduate programs in a wide variety of academic disciplines. Our students have pursued and completed master's, doctoral, or professional degrees at elite institutions such as Stanford, Princeton, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard, the University of California-Berkeley, the California Institute of Technology, the University of Pennsylvania, Cornell, Dartmouth, Columbia, the University of Chicago, the University of Virginia, the University of California-Los Angeles, Vanderbilt, Duke, Georgetown, and many more. Our former GRE clients have used their graduate degrees from these blue-chip schools to secure lucrative and rewarding positions at Fortune 500 companies, including JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America, State Farm Insurance, Enterprise Products Partners, World Fuel Services, and Berkshire Hathaway. Some of our past GRE students have ended up in Palo Alto, working for local firms such as Barefoot Networks, Norwest Venture Partners, Bon Appétit Management Company, Hewlett-Packard, and Talygen Business Intelligence.
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Palo Alto Teaching Center at the Sheraton
625 El Camino Real
Palo Alto, CA 94301
Phone: (650) 618-5062
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Bilal M., a Palo Alto native, is a graduate of the University of California-Davis (bachelor's degree in history) and the University of California-Los Angeles (master's degree in history). He has been teaching GRE prep in group classroom and individual learning contexts for the past seven years, and recently returned to his home city to join Manhattan Review's local team.
Bilal's experience as an educator also includes teaching history courses at the secondary and tertiary levels, and he has published his work in peer-reviewed academic journals. He eventually plans to pursue a doctorate in history at UCLA. When he's not helping students get ready for the GRE, Bilal enjoys hiking, taking advantage of the local restaurant scene, and staying informed on current events.