GRE Tutoring in Seattle (Washington State)

GRE Tutoring in Seattle

The Master's degree is an academic honor that's attached to the most ambitious future leaders. Open up a world of professional prospects by demonstrating your focus on your field of study and your ultimate mastery of your skill set. Whether you want to pursue a Master of Arts or Sciences, Manhattan Review is here to help you start the process that will propel your career to a whole new level. The first step in landing your dream job in any industry – from engineering and medicine to marketing or teaching – is earning an advanced degree at a distinguished program.

The team at Manhattan Review has been breaking down the GRE exam since 1999. The test has evolved over the years, but our education experts have been carefully combing the test questions and cultivating our own study syllabus. We do not simply offer a crash course that vaguely touches upon the study subjects. Instead, we have an efficient and effective method for students to learn more material, faster. With the help of our high-quality training materials and top-notch tutors, Seattle students are able to test in the top percentile and place in the nation's best graduate programs. What is your first choice school - University of Washington and University of Seattle to Northeastern University Seattle, Bainbridge Graduate Institute, Bakke Graduate University, Seattle Pacific University, or beyond? Wherever you want to go, whatever you want to do, you can stand out from the pool of applicants with a high GRE score and impressive application.

A Master's degree proves to future employers that you have advanced skills for problem solving, critical thinking, and professional application. That skillset will begin to evolve as soon as you start working one-on-one with a GRE private tutor. The Interactive Online Courses are a great way to gain contact with our course syllabus. Yet the personalized training will help you identify and strengthen any areas of weakness. With a well-balanced approach to the math and verbal sections and a strategy for test taking, your tutor will help you create a customized plan for your future success. Tailored to your schedule and unique needs, this learning plan is perfect for the individualized attention that will help you get ahead of the competitive curve.

GRE Private Tutoring

Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online

GRE Private Course

12 hours in total, Personalized 1-on-1 Course, In Person or Live Online

GRE Prep Course Seattle - Photo of Student Hugo

My first class in Manhattan Review was a very good class. George is a very good teacher.
- Hugo (This student took our GRE course.)


Primary Course Venue:

Manhattan Review GMAT GRE LSAT Prep
Seattle Teaching Center at the Sheraton
1400 Sixth Ave
Seattle, WA 98101

Phone: (206) 508-1406

NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.

Meet a Seattle GRE Tutor: Mary D.

Mary, a Mercer Island resident, moved to Seattle at an early age from a small town in Illinois, just outside of Chicago. After studying with a full scholarship at University of South Carolina, she returned to Chicago and entered the International Academy of Merchandising and Design LTD. With this particular field of study, Mary was able to secure a spot at the Nordstrom Product Group in Seattle, a huge triumph in her young career. A successful design professional who takes products from concept to consumer, Mary has been able to bring together her personal passion for fashion with her long-term professional pursuits for the past 17 years.

During her employment, Mary became a mentor for the younger professionals and interns working with the company. Many of these fashion aficionados have shared Mary's drive and enthusiasm for this career path. Mary always advises that these aspiring and ambitious employees return to higher education for an advanced degree. "Make your resume really pop," Mary emphasizes. "The program at the International Academy gave me more hands-on experience than I would have gotten in an entry-level role. The best thing you can do is to prove that you have the skills and qualifications and get the hiring manager to really see you. That's a big challenge when hundreds of people are applying for the same position."

As a staunch supporter of advanced degrees, it's no surprise that Mary crossed paths with Manhattan Review. She works with students in a one-on-one capacity to help them achieve their career goals. Combining her past successes and our unrivaled test prep materials, Mary loves to help tomorrow's leaders begin the journey toward their dream jobs.

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