GRE Tutoring in San Francisco
Countless San Francisco students have received top scores on the GRE by using the exceptional test prep materials, practice tests, and private tutoring available from Manhattan Review. One of the most significant factors that graduate programs consider when evaluating applicants is the strength of their GRE scores. To cite just a few examples from elite schools in the San Francisco area, UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Education lists median GRE scores for admitted applicants at 159 Verbal, 154 Quantitative, and 4.4 Analytical, all of which are well above the national averages of about 150 for Verbal and Quantitative and 3.5 for Analytical. For nearly all graduate programs at Stanford University, the GRE is a prerequisite. The Department of Statistics, for instance, has calculated average scores for their students at 83%, 91%, and 52% for Verbal, Quantitative, and Analytical respectively. Manhattan Review's GRE test prep and tutoring services can ensure that your application meets these high standards.
Outstanding GRE scores set the stage for academic excellence in graduate programs and for career success after degree completion. Manhattan Review's programs and tutoring give our clients a time-tested formula for excellence that you can continue to apply long after graduation. We're extremely proud of our students' GRE scores, but we're even happier to know that our former clients now have fulfilling careers in diverse fields such as broadcasting, healthcare, and education. San Francisco public school teachers, local journalists, medical professionals, and employees of area companies (including Instagram, BV Capital, and Dignity Health) have all benefited from the support of Manhattan Review.
The GRE can also be a significant factor in the awarding of academic scholarships. Many schools see high GRE scores as accurate indicators of strong abstract thinking skills learned in undergraduate programs that are applicable to the graduate level, regardless of specific discipline. Doing well on the GRE can significantly ease the financial burden associated with pursuing an advanced degree. Manhattan Review's GRE test prep services and private tutoring can do more than just get you accepted. The test-taking strategies you'll learn may be able to help you pay for school as well.
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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)
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San Francisco Teaching Center at the InterContinental
888 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Phone: (415) 874-7028
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Meet a San Francisco GRE Tutor: Ashley M.
Originally from Florida, Ashley M. is reminded of home with the warm weather of Northern California. Ashley first came to San Francisco to accept a job offer as a freelance journalist for a local newspaper. An honors graduate of the University of Miami, she has made her bones in the difficult world of freelance writing. In an extremely crowded marketplace, Ashley's writing skills have stood out, with articles such as her investigative piece on corruption in the awarding of city contracts. She has a keen analytical mind and a nose for the truth, skills that she has brought to the tutoring career that helps finance her journalism, to both of which she brings equal dedication.
Ashley knows that an educated populace and a free press are two of the most important pillars of democracy, and she is very happy to contribute in both areas. Since joining Manhattan Review in 2010, she has used the investigative approach to assess student strengths and weaknesses and design customized programs for each of her clients. "I feel like Ashley is a reporter whose assignment is my success," said one of her recent GRE students. "She got to the bottom of the issues that were holding me back, and exposed my true abilities." Despite her busy schedule, she still finds the time to write short stories about life in the Sunshine State, surf, and take care of her two cats.