GRE Tutoring in Stamford (Connecticut)
The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is one of the world's most widely taken exams, and it is a core requirement for graduate school admission in most academic disciplines. Manhattan Review in Stamford offers several comprehensive and flexible GRE learning plans, including on-site or online GRE prep courses, one-on-one GRE tutoring, and GRE practice tests. Manhattan Review staff will be happy to take your call, answer your email, or chat online to help you decide which type of GRE preparation is best for you. All GRE offerings feature rigorous course content and materials, original and engaging methods of instruction, and Stamford's best GRE educators. Manhattan Review's GRE courses and private tutoring plans have been helping students in Stamford and other major cities around the world produce high test scores since 1999, and thousands of our clients have gained acceptance to their first-choice graduate programs. Manhattan Review is Stamford's top resource for effective GRE preparation, and no other company can match the diversity of our experience and clientele. Find out more about preparing for the GRE in Stamford by getting in touch with us today for details on our GRE offerings.
As a company with many years of experience in the test prep industry, we've almost certainly taught students with backgrounds similar to yours. Our GRE clients come from dozens of academic subjects and countries of origin, and our teaching has produced favorable outcomes for many different types of GRE learners. Our private tutoring plans are customized to the needs of each specific client, and our instructors implement GRE content that is fully informed by student academic strengths, preferred learning style, and all other relevant issues. We can also accommodate students who prefer group learning contexts. Self-starters may prefer the convenience of our online GRE courses, which can be taken from anywhere with an internet connection. We also offer traditional prep courses in on-site format, which meet at a variety of practical locations in Stamford. At Manhattan Review, we realize that flexibility is one of the most important aspects of engaging GRE preparation, and by giving our students options, we are encouraging their success.
Through their accomplishments, Manhattan Review's thousands of past students have shown us that our teaching is effective. Our students have been accepted to master's and doctoral programs at world-class tertiary institutions such as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Princeton, Stanford, Yale, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Oxford, the University of Edinburgh, Cambridge, the London School of Economics, Cornell, Dartmouth, the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Chicago, Northwestern, the University of Virginia, and many more. Past Manhattan Review GRE students are now employed by a diverse array of organizations in the public and private sectors. Some of these students are now members of Stamford's professional class, at firms such as AmeriCares Foundation, Conair Corporation, Silgan Holdings, RBS Securities, and Point72 Asset Management. Others have opted for careers with Fortune 500 companies or government agencies, such as Microsoft, Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company, Archer Daniels Midland, the Department of Justice, and the Department of the Interior. At Manhattan Review, we look forward to helping you become every bit as successful as our past GRE clients.
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My first class in Manhattan Review was a very good class. George is a very good teacher.
- Hugo (This student took our GRE course.)
Meet a Stamford GRE Tutor: Marcie L.
Marcie L. completed a bachelor's degree in English at Brown University and a master's degree in education at Boston University. She began teaching GRE prep courses and private tutoring sessions in 2011, and joined the staff of Manhattan Review's Stamford branch in 2017. Marcie is also a full-time English teacher at a private high school in suburban Connecticut.
Marcie's GRE teaching has helped her students gain acceptance to graduate programs at large research universities, elite liberal arts colleges, and more specialized tertiary institutions. Her students describe her as a devoted GRE instructor with an engaging classroom presence and a multi-faceted approach to teaching GRE prep. In her spare time, she enjoys sailing, foreign films, and American literature.