GRE Tutoring in San Antonio (Texas)
Every year, nearly a million prospective graduate students take the Graduate Record Examination, or GRE. While some prospective graduate students are able to successfully study for and past the GRE with an acceptable score to gain admission into their school of choice, others struggle with finding an effective study strategy for GRE or end up having to retake the GRE multiple times to obtain their desired score. At Manhattan Review, we specialize in test prep and our world-class private tutoring can help you get your highest possible score on the first try.
Since 1999, Manhattan Review has been working diligently to develop the most state-of-the-art test prep services to better serve our growing number of clientele. One of our biggest assets, perhaps, is our network with some of the most accomplished and down-to-earth professionals across a variety of fields, who are eager to tutor students in an effort to help them reach their academic goals. At Manhattan Review, students get more than just one-on-one tutoring to prepare for the GRE, they are also given the necessary tools and resources to excel in their academic life and careers thereafter. No other test prep services delivers like Manhattan Review.
Upon completion of our GRE test prep program with one of our elite tutors, students are elated to learn that their affiliation with Manhattan Review can open doors for them in San Antonio. Specifically, past participants go on to get accepted in some of the top schools in San Antonio including the University of Texas-San Antonio, St. Mary's University, Webster University and Baptist University of the Americas, to name a few. Not to mention, all the major employers in San Antonio, like NuStar Energy, Boeing, Citigroup, Sysco and Allstate, are also very fond of our programs and look favorably upon applicants who have been associated with us.
An investment in private tutoring GRE test prep services with Manhattan Review is not only an investment in your education, but also an investment in your career. Make the right choice today!
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)
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San Antonio Teaching Center at the Sheraton
205 East Houston Street
San Antonio, TX 78205
Phone: (210) 485-3627
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
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Long before Jared became a world-class tutor with Manhattan Review in San Antonio, he was just a student, like many of our clients, applying to the college of his choice. For Jared, Hallmark University was a natural choice, despite the competitiveness of the application process, because of their renowned School of Information Technology, where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Information Systems- Cyber Security. Shortly after graduation, Jared was hired to work in the cyber security division for a respected multinational banking institution with a regional office in San Antonio. It didn't take long for Jared to return to school, at the University of Texas, where he earned a Master of Science in Information Technology to both compliment his Bachelor's degree and help propel his forthcoming departmental promotion, which it indeed did. Shortly after being promoted, Jared began spending more and more time coaching and mentoring his subordinates at work. This is when he began to have a renewed interest in teaching, which he initially sufficed with a part-time teaching position at his alma mater, the University of Texas. However, that wasn't enough. A chance run-in with a former classmate, who was using the test prep services at Manhattan Review, is what led Jared to joining our team.
For nearly five years, Jared has been pulling double-duty as both a Director of a Cyber Security for a major bank and teaching/tutoring, and though he loves all of his jobs, he is quick to admit that private tutoring at Manhattan Review is the most rewarding. Like all of our other elite tutors, Jared takes pride in the opportunity to impart the requisite knowledge and skills that they need to be success with the GRE as well as academically and professionally thereafter. Jared employs a saying he learned in graduate school, which is "you can tackle any problem, one small piece at a time." With this in mind, Jared teaches his students to embrace the challenge that is the GRE, or any other standardized test, but equally as important, do so piece by piece so that set yourself up for success, and not failure. At Manhattan Review, our tutors are more than just teachers - they are also life coaches.