GRE Tutoring in Urbana-Champaign (Illinois)

Students located in the Urbana-Champaign area who need assistance on the GRE exam may find that they learn best with an instructor who is fully dedicated to helping them to learn the study material in a one-on-one context that allows both parties to fully focus on each other. Manhattan Review has been providing tutoring services to the Urbana-Champaign area since 1999, and students both attending, aiming to attend, or simply living in the vicinity of the University of Illinois have utilized Manhattan Review's tutoring in order to prepare themselves for the GRE exam. With customizable learning plans designed to be fitted to the students' strengths and weaknesses, flexible scheduling that fits both the students' and the tutors' schedules, an ability to meet either in-person or online depending on the needs or preferences of the student, and many other benefits, Manhattan Review tutors are the best option for students in the Urbana-Champaign area.

Students require increasingly high scores to demonstrate a competitive edge on the GRE exam, with the admissions to the graduate schools that take the GRE exam becoming increasingly competitive as the pool of potential students widens. Having a tutor who is able to provide students with that competitive edge in the form of a higher GRE score is a major boon to any student that is looking to help themselves by improving their testing performance and subsequently getting a better score on the GRE. Manhattan Review tutors have kept up to date with the exam, and several of our tutors frequently take the exam themselves so as to keep their skill-sets and knowledge of how the exam works current. They also have a strong track record in helping students in the Urbana-Champaign area get into their choice of university thanks to an increased performance on the exam resulting in a better score.

Students who feel they need assistance on one area of the GRE exam in particular can work with their tutor to focus specifically on that one subsection, or they can let their tutor provide the general overview of all sections of the exam that is generally what is needed. The tutoring program is generally designed to be as customizable as possible. With Manhattan Review's tutoring options, the possibilities of what students can potentially gain in terms of test-taking experience are endless. Students from Manhattan Review have gone on to study at prestigious universities both in and out of the state of Illinois (including several Ivy League schools), and have subsequently had successful careers at Fortune 500 companies such as Apple, Bank of America, and JP Morgan Chase. Talk to one of Manhattan Review's academic program advisors today via phone or email to learn more about what our GRE tutors can potentially offer you.

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 Urbana-Champaign - Photo of Student Sophia

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)

Meet an Urbana-Champaign GRE Tutor: Alan V.

Alan V. grew up in the New York City area, but attended both college and graduate school in Illinois and subsequently moved to the Urbana-Champaign area. He tutors students for all sorts of exams as a professional tutor, including the GRE exam, while also working as an English teacher who has helped numerous students with the TOEFL and IELTS exams.

Alan's teaching style for the GRE exam involves a heavy focus on the language of the exam, whether it be encouraging students to fully understand the rules for certain mathematical equations or encouraging the use of mnemonic devices to help remember the rules behind certain types of questions. When he is not helping students prepare for standardized tests, Alan likes to travel.