GRE Tutoring in Santa Monica (California)
Students who are looking to prepare for the Graduate Record Examination, or GRE, may feel that they require the services of a private tutor to help them get the most out of their time preparing for the exam, which is becoming increasingly popular and competitive among aspiring graduate school students. Students in the Santa Monica area who are looking to prepare themselves for the material that is covered on the GRE via the services of a private tutor should look to Manhattan Review for the purposes of learning the material that is covered on the exam. Manhattan Review has been helping a wide variety of students in and out of Santa Monica to learn the content that is covered on various standardized tests since 1999. Manhattan Review's private tutoring services can be used either individually or in combination with other options such as group courses and practice exams to ensure maximum efficiency.
Students who work with Manhattan Review have access to a wide variety of benefits to help them get the most out of the process of studying for the GRE. Manhattan Review also can provide students with access to a wide variety of instructors who have spent many years assisting students with the GRE in various contexts. Manhattan Review also provides practice tests that are updated on an annual basis to accurately reflect the exam's formatting and content in its most recent incarnation. Students who work with Manhattan Review are able to work with the group courses and private tutors either in-person or online depending on what they think would be best for them to properly learn the material. Students who work with a private tutor also have access to a customizable lesson plan and the ability to work with in-person instructors for the purposes of learning the material on the exam.
Students who have worked with Manhattan Review for the process of learning the material on the GRE exam have managed to use the guidance they have been provided to get a higher score on the day of the test. They have also translated their stronger performance into acceptance at a wide variety of graduate schools in and out of the Santa Monica area, such as UCLA and University of Santa Monica, along with schools such as Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Penn State, Emory, University of Chicago, Columbia, New York University, Oxford, Cambridge, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Rice, Case Western Reserve, and many others. Students have also used their experience at these schools to help them get into a wide variety of careers, such as Walmart, Apple, Verizon, Red Bull, Lionsgate, Universal Music Group, and many others. Call or email an academic program advisor today to learn more about our GRE prep options.
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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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Santa Monica Teaching Center at the Sheraton
530 West Pico Boulevard
Santa Monica, CA 90405
Phone: (310) 401-6582
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Kim G. has been helping a wide variety of students in the Santa Monica area with the process of learning the material on the GRE since her time at UCLA, where she assisted aspiring graduate-level students with the GMAT and GRE while studying for her Master's in business administration. She now continues to help students prepare for the day of the exam.
Kim's teaching methods are based on helping students in a way that is best suited for ensuring proper coverage depending on what the student feels they need to focus on for the purposes of delivering a stronger performance on the exam date. When she is not helping her students with their standardized tests, she likes to write and read, along with going skiing in Colorado.