GRE Prep Courses in Honolulu (Hawaii)

GRE Prep Courses in Honolulu

Are you a Honolulu-based student seeking to obtain the highest score possible on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE)? If you are seeking the best way to give yourself every possible advantage when it comes to preparing for this intimidating exam, look no further than the standardized test prep experts at Manhattan Review. For those motivated students intent on attending a prestigious graduate program, our industry-leading instructors are ready to help you study, ensuring you stay on track while making consistent progress towards your goal. Whether you prefer to learn through classroom-style group courses, interactive online instruction, or private tutoring, we have just the right GRE prep for you at Manhattan Review. We have used our more than twenty years of experience in the standardized test prep industry to deconstruct the GRE, analyzing every section and question, then used our knowledge to create resources and materials with a proven track record of high score success. Our prep courses are carefully designed to meet the learning needs of students seeking to master the GRE, and we offer courses both in-person and online to ensure there is always a meeting time that works best for your busy schedule. When you partner with Manhattan Review, you will have all the support you need to gain the highest GRE score. Our experts are ready to break down the GRE while teaching you effective and efficient test-taking techniques, and we encourage you to reach out today and learn more about our score-boosting GRE prep courses.

For those discerning students seeking a competitive edge in preparing for the GRE, consider working with Manhattan Review and learn how to obtain an impressive score certain to open doors to even the most well-known graduate programs. Our experienced and respected instructors routinely work with a varied and diverse group of clients, from students who recently completed their undergraduate degree to executives at Fortune 500 companies seeking to advance their career through a promotion, pay raise, or moving forward in a new and exciting direction. Whether you have been preparing for the GRE for a while or have only just begun thinking about how you will prepare, the test prep experts at Manhattan Review will meet you wherever your study has taken you and help you go farther than you ever dreamed possible. Our instructors will teach you how to quickly identify test questions, as well as how to apply the best problem-solving strategies, all while pacing yourself and expertly managing your time. Research consistently demonstrates that working with professional educators can save you valuable time by accelerating your learning and improving your confidence in your test-taking abilities, but only if you're working with reputable and established professionals who have a proven history of client success. At Manhattan Review, our instructors can help you focus on the most important aspects of the GRE while also ensuring you have mastered time management skills. Let our industry-leading instructors guide you to test-taking success the same way they've helped countless other students both in the United States and around the world.

The GRE is an important part of the graduate school application process, and this test is used in admissions decisions for graduate, business, and law school programs around the world. The GRE General Test is designed to closely reflect the sort of thinking employees and executives are required to perform in today's fast-paced business environments. The exam assesses verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking, and analytical writing abilities, intentionally focusing on skills that have been developed and strengthened over a long period of time and can be applied to vastly different jobs and positions. GRE scores range between 130 to 170 in the verbal and quantitative sections of the exam, and the writing portion is scored on a scale ranging from 0 to 6 using half-point increments. In order to be competitive for the highest-ranking graduate programs, it is imperative to do well on the GRE. An average total GRE score is around 300, but for those seeking admission to the world's best graduate, business, or law programs, scores will need to be far above average. A score of 318 at the 75th percentile is considered "good," whereas a score of 329 at the 90th percentile is considered "excellent." At Manhattan Review, we can help you obtain those excellent scores and take the next step in your academic and/or professional life.

Those students who partner with Manhattan Review receive access to our unsurpassed test prep resources and materials, benefitting from the knowledge and first-hand experience of our esteemed instructors. Our sought-after tutors have guided numerous students to graduate school admittance, and they are eager to support you in all your learning- and test-related needs. At Manhattan Review, we are pleased to offer a unique GRE prep model, and our services have helped students from Honolulu be accepted into the most prestigious graduate programs, including MIT, CalTech, Johns Hopkins University, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Duke University, Harvard University, Yale University, the University of Cambridge, the University of Southern California, Cornell University, New York University, Columbia University, the University of Chicago, the University of California at Los Angeles, Stanford University, the University of Washington, Georgetown University, and elsewhere. 

Since 1999, Manhattan Review has been offering world-class test prep services, and we take great pride in pairing our clients with just the right program for their individual needs. While our instructors have impressive academic backgrounds and notable experience with a variety of standardized tests, including the GRE, we do not only hire exceptional test-takers…we hire exceptional instructors with strong backgrounds in teaching, learning theory, and applied instruction. Our dedicated and personable professional educators are committed to your learning needs and want to help you master the GRE as part of your journey to your own personal and professional success. We are pleased to offer the most flexible, comprehensive, and student-friendly test prep resources in and around Honolulu. Group courses and private tutoring are available at a variety of times, including daytime, evening, and weekend hours, and we offer in-person and virtual meetings to ensure you can study with an instructor when the timing is best for you. Whatever your test prep needs, there's always an option for you with Manhattan Review. 

Given the global world in which we live, Honolulu students know that the competition to be accepted by leading graduate programs is fierce. If you plan on attending a graduate program that requires you to take the GRE, set yourself up for the success you deserve by preparing for this potentially life-changing exam with a professional who knows how to guide you to test-taking success. There's no reason to leave anything to chance and no need to attempt to piece together your own study program, hoping you covering the most relevant and pertinent information. The GRE is an important measure of your ability to learn and work hard, and an impressively high score will always set your graduate school application apart, earning you the recognition your hard work deserves. Where you attend graduate school has extensive implications, both personally and professionally, and you owe it to yourself to succeed to your full academic potential. Contact the experienced professionals at Manhattan Review to learn more about why we continue to be the leading standardized test prep resource for clients in Honolulu, and let us help you obtain your own stellar GRE score today.

GRE In-Person Classic

28 hours in total, Class Course, In Person

  • GRE Classic Course

    Honolulu, Hawaii

  • Start: Mar 02, 2024

    End: Apr 20, 2024

    3 days left to start

  • Saturdays

    12:00 PM - 03:30 PM

    (Local Time)

  • $1,590.00

  • GRE Classic Course

    Honolulu, Hawaii

  • Start: Mar 17, 2024

    End: May 05, 2024

    18 days left to start

  • Sundays

    03:00 PM - 06:30 PM

    (Local Time)

  • $1,590.00

    $1,490.00

    Early Booker

  • GRE Classic Course

    Honolulu, Hawaii

  • Start: Mar 30, 2024

    End: May 18, 2024

    31 days left to start

  • Saturdays

    12:00 PM - 03:30 PM

    (Local Time)

  • $1,590.00

    $1,490.00

    Early Booker

  • GRE Classic Course

    Honolulu, Hawaii

  • Start: Apr 14, 2024

    End: Jun 02, 2024

    46 days left to start

  • Sundays

    03:00 PM - 06:30 PM

    (Local Time)

  • $1,590.00

    $1,490.00

    Early Booker

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 Honolulu - Photo of Student Jackson

I was most impressed with how efficient Vince was with everything, he came prepared and he knew what he was talking about. I liked the efficiency. I already came in with a good idea with what I needed to work on and Vince was great in attacking my weaknesses. I cannot think of anything I disliked or that he could improve about his teaching style.
- Jackson (This student took our GRE Tutoring)

Meet a Honolulu GRE Tutor: Ben R.

Ben R. has enjoyed working with children for as long as he can remember, and from an early age, he found himself drawn to the field of medicine, liking the process of administering a test, gathering data, arriving at a diagnosis, and applying a prescription or other form of treatment. "My younger brother was diagnosed with dyscalculia in middle school," he shares, "and even though the entire family was relieved when we knew what was going on, I just kept thinking how much easier my brother's life would have been if we'd known how to help him in school sooner." Ben hated seeing his younger brother cry over math homework, and "watching him suffer and think he was stupid was terrible and made me want to dedicate my life to finding ways to alleviate others' suffering." Ben completed his undergraduate degree in psychology from Texas A&M University and knew he wanted to continue his academic and professional journey by obtaining a doctorate degree. "I didn't mind being in school for a few more years, because I've always loved learning," he admits. "Books and facts make me happy, because the more I know, the better equipped I am to make a difference."

Given that attending a doctorate program meant taking the GRE, Ben began asking friends and family members for recommendations on the best test prep services in the area. He ultimately enrolled in a classroom-style group course that meet weekly, in addition to scheduling a few sessions with a private tutor "just to focus a little more on a few aspects of the exam that were particularly challenging for me." Ben is happy to share how much he benefitted from his preparation work, appreciating the consistent study schedule, as well as the chance to take practice exams, receive feedback, and learn how to best manage his time. "Really coming to understand the GRE inside and out took away almost all of my test-related anxiety," Ben smiles. "Once I knew I could use certain strategies and techniques, it almost became like a game, figuring out the answers to questions." Ben took preparing for the GRE very seriously, and his hard work was rewarded when he achieved an impressive score that placed him in the upper percentile of test-takers. Combined with his strong undergraduate work and a well-written essay, Ben's GRE score played a significant role in helping him craft a commanding graduate school application. Ben was accepted at his top three doctorate programs, and he ultimately chose to attend the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, respected around the world for producing leaders in the field of behavioral medicine.

After graduating from UNC, Ben completed internships and fellowships and was ultimately offered a position with a company that specialized in diagnosing childhood learning differences. The company was located in Honolulu, and while Ben had never imagined living on the island of Oahu, he was overjoyed to experience living in a dream locale. Ben had done a significant amount of student teaching during his doctorate program and found that as much as he enjoyed working with children, he also missed helping older students prepare for their own academic successes. He regularly led workshops and taught online courses for continuing education credits, but he liked the idea of working with future professionals and setting them up for their own successful careers where they could be leaders in their respective fields. When Ben learned Manhattan Review had an office in Honolulu, he reached out about helping students prepare for the GRE, as he had done, and we were thrilled to welcome him to the team. When Ben isn't guiding students to their own graduate-level success, he can be found rock climbing at the Mokule'ia Wall, volunteering on the weekends with a local beach clean-up group, and learning to play the ukulele.

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