GRE Tutoring in Salt Lake City
Every student is different when it comes to learning styles and preferences when it comes to preparation for standardized tests like the Graduate Record Examination, or GRE. For some students, they may be able to simply read and re-read material over and over again until to commit it to memory and it works. Unfortunately, that strategy only works for a small percentage of students. For many graduate school hopefuls, they will seek out the help of a professional GRE test prep service, not only because of our track record of helping students to achieve their testing goals, but also because there is a great comfort in having individualized attention, through a coach who can then guide you through the study process, giving you a foundation upon which you can build a solid academic career.
Since 1999, Manhattan Review has been the industry leader in GRE test prep services all over the world, including in Salt Lake City. As the leader in GRE test prep services, we have revolutionized test preparation by giving the students the control over their learning process, just as it should be. In our a la carte program, prospective graduate students can custom design their learning program, uniquely designed with consideration of their own learning styles and any other factors impacting their learning process, by choosing among a myriad of interactive online courses, specifically designed both help the student adequately prepare for the GRE and accommodate their availability. However, perhaps what draws the most graduate school hopefuls to our GRE test prep program is the access to our elite professional tutors, who just so happen to represent the top professionals in their respective fields.
Over the years, Manhattan Review's GRE test prep program has accumulated quite a reputation for having both the best professional tutors as well as developing top talent in Salt Lake City and the surrounding communities. Specifically, all the top graduate programs in Salt Lake City including University of Utah, Utah State University, Neumont University and Brigham University have all proudly accepted our past participants. Why? Because they are fully confident in their ability to excel academically based on their GRE test scores as well as the proven track record of performance of our past students who they have previously accepted. Additionally, the top employers in Salt Lake City including Intermountain Healthcare, the University of Utah, Sinclair Oil Corporation, the Salt Lake City International Airport, Alpha, Graphics, Zion's Bancorporation, Questar Corporation, Smith's Food and Drug, MonaVie, Myriad Genetics and Vehix.com as well as the Fortune 500 and 1000 companies Huntsman Corporation, Zion's Bancorporation, and Questar Corporation, respectively, have also endorsed us year after year by continuing to hire our students when given to the opportunity. There is no greater proof that Manhattan Review is the best GRE test prep service around as we prepare students for academic and professional success.
GRE Private Tutoring
My first class in Manhattan Review was a very good class. George is a very good teacher.
- Hugo (This student took our GRE course.)
Salt Lake City
Manhattan Review GMAT GRE LSAT Prep
Salt Lake City Teaching Center at the Hilton
255 South West Temple
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Phone: (801) 415-1821
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Like so many of our elite private tutors, Reed has enjoyed a highly successful professional with a career filled with numerous achievements, an attribute he brings to us at Manhattan Review. However, what most people don't know or realize to this day about Reed is that he had to overcome many obstacles to reach the goals that he set for himself. More so than the average person, one would say. Beginning with his childhood, Reed never quite had the foundation that many successful people have, primarily because he lost his parents at such an early age. Shortly after moving to Salt Lake City to stay with his aunt and uncle, Reed was diagnosed with a learning disability, which became a turning point for him.
When Reed recants his personal story to his students at Manhattan Review, he always stresses to them the fact that it truly was a blessing that he learned about his learning disability because it gave him renewed focus and clarity. Yes, he definitely had to work much harder than many of his classmates, which he did, but it all paid off when he graduated at the top of his class and went on to attend one of the top universities in Salt Lake City, Utah State University. After graduating from Utah State University with his degrees in Applied Sciences, it didn't take long for Reed to land his first entry level job in his chosen field. Seven years and four promotions later, Reed is not only one of the hardest working men in the field of Applied Sciences, but is certainly one of the most decorated. His unique background, trials and tribulations included, are ultimately what inspired Reed to want to help develop future talent in Salt Lake City. He found that place in Manhattan Review and has been with us ever since.