GRE Tutoring in Shanghai
GRE private tutoring in Shanghai (China)
Here at Manhattan Review, aspiring students are able to access state-of-the-art resources that help produce staggering results on the GRE exam. Get the most effective standardized test prep available in Shanghai. We have hired world-class GRE tutors from the local area, including successful MBAs and MFAs who have graduated from the tops graduate programs in the country and have relocated to Shangai to advance their careers. These experienced professionals know exactly how to help our students absorb and master our proven syllabus.
Get one-on-one lessons with one of our Shanghai GRE tutors for personalized test prep and a study plan that will help identify and tackle your weaknesses. Our alumni have since been accepted to graduate schools around the world – Fudan University, Oxford, and Stanford, just to name a few. Allow Manhattan Review to help you realize your potential and take your dedication to the next level with the ultimate competitive edge: top GRE scores.
GRE Private Tutoring
Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online
I wanted to thank you for helping me with the GRE prep and let you know that your teaching tactics worked! I took the exam yesterday and got an 800 on the math, 570 on the verbal and who knows about the writing but hopefully it's not below a 4! The verbal is tricky with those silly words but I am happy with my score and ready to walk away from this ETS madness. Thanks again and all the best!
- Sophia (This student took a GRE class)
Primary Course Venue:
Sheraton Shanghai Hongkou Hotel
59 Siping Road
Shanghai 200086, China
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Meet a Shanghai GRE Tutor: Mari W.
Mari has enoyed solid academic success in Shanghai, and now she's passing down the torch to future incoming freshmen. Mari graduated at the top of her class from Fudan University, focusing her studies on international relations. While studying international relations, Mari also looked at the way people relate to one another, and that has carried over into her classroom. Mari prefers to keep the student-instructor ratio low, at a maximum of 5 to 1. If she's given a larger classroom, Mari deconstructs the class into smaller groups for a more interactive, hands-on learning approach.
Her energetic and innovative learning methods have gotten her favorable reviews as well as compelling results. No stranger to the higher education options available near Shanghai, Mari can often be heard touting the excellence of her beloved Fudan. Few things excite Mari more than when a previous student comes back to let her know that they’ve gotten into her alma mater, and she loves to tell them stories about her time in school. When Mari isn't connecting with and inspiring students, she enjoys watching horror movies with her girlfriend and teaching herself how to knit.