GRE Tutoring in Princeton (New Jersey)

Manhattan Review in Princeton offers the region's most effective preparation services for the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). Local graduate school applicants can get accepted to their chosen degree programs with our customized GRE private tutoring plans or our classroom GRE instruction (available either in traditional brick-and-mortar settings or in online interactive format). Manhattan Review has been synonymous with student success since our company was founded by a business school professor in 1999. Innovation in standardized test prep has been the basis for the growth of our company, which has steadily expanded over the years and now serves students in a large number of major American, Canadian, European, Asian, and Australian cities. Despite our large student population, we have never forgotten the personalized instruction that established us as a reliable resource for standardized test preparation. Manhattan Review's GRE private tutoring succeeds because our educators teach in the ways that students most effectively learn, and this varies from person to person. Contact us today for more information on how we can develop a customized plan of GRE instruction just for you.

Some university departments specify minimum GRE scores for acceptance. The Department of Physics and Astronomy at Dartmouth College requires a combined verbal and quantitative score of 307. The graduate program in aerospace engineering at San Jose State University mandates a 312 combined verbal and quantitative and a 3.5 analytical writing. Others state that there are no minimum GRE scores required, but these departments will usually give the score ranges of successful applicants. These levels for the master's degree program in computer science at the University of Chicago are the 50th percentile (151) and above for verbal and the 80th percentile (161) and above for quantitative. Accepted MS and PhD applicants to the mechanical engineering program at the University of Michigan typically scored in the 80th to 90th percentiles on both verbal and quantitative (which correlates to 159-163 verbal and 161-165 quantitative). Manhattan Review's customized private tutoring begins with an assessment of student target score ranges. Personalized instruction is then focused on reaching those levels as efficiently as possible.

The effectiveness of Manhattan Review's GRE prep services is clearly demonstrated by the success of our students. Numerous graduate programs at elite universities have accepted Manhattan Review clients, including Princeton, the University of Pennsylvania, Harvard, Stanford, the University of London, Columbia, Dartmouth, Georgetown, the London School of Economics, and UC Berkeley. We're also proud of our past students' professional careers, which include lucrative and rewarding jobs at Fortune 500 companies (such as Express Scripts Holdings, Archer Daniels Midland, and State Farm Insurance), Princeton businesses (ST Robotics, Heartland Payment Systems, and Berlitz Corporation), government agencies (the U.S. Department of Justice, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, and various state and local authorities), and philanthropic organizations (the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Red Cross, and Doctors Without Borders). Add your name to Manhattan Review's list of success stories by signing up for our comprehensive and convenient GRE private tutoring or GRE prep courses right away.

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 Princeton - Photo of Student Puja

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)


Primary Course Venue:

Manhattan Review GMAT GRE LSAT Prep
Princeton Teaching Center at the Hyatt
3565 U.S. Route 1
Princeton, NJ 08540

Phone: (609) 945-5917

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

Meet a Princeton GRE Tutor: Penelope F.

"She is one of the most gifted, caring, and devoted teachers that I've ever had." This type of comment praising the prep tutoring of Penelope F., a native of Lincoln, Nebraska, is common. She has been a highly sought-after GRE prep tutor since 2010, and GRE teaching is her primary occupation. She holds a bachelor's degree in education from the University of Delaware and a master of arts in teaching from Johns Hopkins University.

Penelope's roster of successful GRE clients now includes more than 500 names. Her students have been accepted to master's and doctoral-level programs at Harvard's Graduate School of Education, Yale's English Department, the Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago, the Cornell University College of Engineering, the Department of Cultural Anthropology at Duke, and many others. Her hobbies include studying the Hebrew language, foreign films, and tennis.