GRE Tutoring Providence (Rhode Island)
As many prospective graduate students know, the Graduate Record Examination, or GRE, plays a pivotal role in the application process for many graduate school programs around the world. This includes over 1,000 business schools that now require a high GRE score for new applicants. While many of the over half a million graduate school hopefuls are often confident that they have the requisite knowledge and skills to successfully pass the three critical parts of the GRE, the verbal reasoning section, quantitative reasoning section, and analytical writing section, some are not. However, obtaining a high score on the GRE isn't just about confidence; it also requires a great deal of adequate studying and preparation. Manhattan Review has professional tutors who are guaranteed to help build your confidence by giving you the requisite knowledge and skills needed to achieve your highest possible score.
For over 15 years, Manhattan Review has been providing world-class GRE test prep services to prospective graduate school students all over the world, including in the capital city of Rhode Island, Providence. Specifically, we accomplish this by offering our participants a fully customizable hands-on program that is unlike any other. For starters, our state-of-the-art program offers graduate school hopefuls the opportunity to custom design their own learning program that suit their own learning style and availability. Our participants can then access a host of available tools and resources, including GRE practice tests that help facilitate the learning process. Last, but certainly not least, our participants are able to spend time in one-on-one private tutoring sessions with some of the top professionals across a variety of industries, who are handpicked to help them gain the foundation they need to help them succeed on test day and thereafter.
At Manhattan Review, we invest in every single student that comes to us looking for exceptional test prep services and it shows in our reputation. All throughout Providence, all of the top graduate programs, including Brown University (which is both an Ivy League and one of the nine colonial colleges in the nation), Johnson & Wales University, Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), Roger Williams University, and the University of Rhode Island, are known for accepting our past participants; not only because they have the highest GRE scores, but also because they demonstrate the most potential for academic success, which is a key acceptance factor for any institution for higher learning. All the major companies in Providence have also endorsed our work at Manhattan Review. Namely, major employers such as Textron, United National Foods, Nortek, GTECH, Citizen's Bank, Hasbro, Life Span, Women and Infants Hospital, Roger Williams Medical Center, Mars 2000, Butler Hospital, H. Carr & Sons, Inc., Walmart, Jewel Case Corp, Verizon, and Nordstrom, have all been the proud recipients of previous GRE test prep students. Both the top schools and companies have come to expect that Manhattan Review not only exists for the betterment of the students, but also for the betterment of the communities in which we serve. We take pride in our investment in Providence.
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Bill put in a lot of outside hours preparing for class and answering questions throughout the week. He really tried his hardest to help us reach our goals. I really really appreciated how dedicated he was to helping us.
- Cheng (This student did GRE tutoring)
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Providence Teaching Center at the Hilton
21 Atwells Avenue
Providence, RI 02903
Phone: (401) 648-0193
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Like so many of our professional tutors at Manhattan Review, Alec has a strong academic background. Alec admits that he has his family to thank for that. Ever since grade school, Alec has been working hard to achieve a successful career as an engineer, knowing that it all starts with a solid academic foundation. Although academics didn't always come easy to him, Alec reached his full academic potential, and that set him up for success with both the SAT and later the GRE, both of which he scored within the 99th percentile before getting accepted into the undergraduate and graduate programs for engineering at the Brown University.
With his exceptional academic record, coupled with his acceptance into and attendance at one of the top Ivy League schools in the country, it was no surprise to his family and friends that Alec was immediately scouted by one of the top engineering firms in Providence to come work for them before he graduated with his Masters degree. During his time at said engineering firm, Alec began to mentor subordinates and enjoyed the experience. So much so, that when a former employee mentioned Manhattan Review to him, Alec was eager to sign on. For three years, Alec has been a phenomenal mentor/tutor to each of the students who he works with at Manhattan Review. Students are always saying that Alec is great to work with, not just because he takes as much time as needed, even going over his allotted one-on-one time, to make sure that his students are ready on test day, but also because he's no stranger to helping his students find internships to help them build their resume up while they work on their academics as well. Alec sees the big picture and helps our students to do the same, which is why we are happy to have him as part of our elite team.