Best GRE Tutoring in Edinburgh (Scotland)
Manhattan Review's private one-on-one tutoring for the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is the best choice for Edinburgh students in need of top-quality test preparation services. Our highly qualified GRE tutors are equipped with degrees from elite universities, upper-percentile test scores, and years of teaching experience. They have gotten results for thousands of students in Edinburgh and other cities around the world, with countless graduate school acceptances to their credit. Manhattan Review's private GRE tutoring is tailored to the individual needs of each and every client, from individual academic strengths and weaknesses to target institutions and programs. Our tutors will assess your goals and create a customized learning plan that helps you achieve high GRE scores with maximum effectiveness and efficiency of effort. GRE scores are an important component of graduate school applications, and in some cases they can be a factor in the awarding of academic scholarships. When it comes to the GRE, prospective graduate students have a lot at stake. Graduate school applicants should not approach this challenging exam without experienced guidance. Manhattan Review's private GRE tutoring will make the most of your test preparation.
When creating an individual learning plan for a new GRE student, Manhattan Review weighs a number of issues. Academic discipline is an important consideration, since typical GRE scores can vary widely by undergraduate major. The 50th percentile verbal score for computer science majors, for instance, is a 147, which is below the 50th percentile for all test-takers of 151. History majors, on the other hand, tend to score below average on the quantitative section, at 148 in the 50th percentile versus 152 overall. Philosophy majors typically score above average in both areas. We also consider a student's chosen graduate programs, because individual schools and departments have their own standards. The average graduate student at the University of Virginia scored 163 verbal and 166 quantitative, but the Math Department at Florida State University requires a minimum of 140 verbal and 155 quantitative. This information helps Manhattan Review devise individual tutoring plans, which can then be further customized according to criteria such as learning style and personality.
The effectiveness of Manhattan Review's approach to private GRE tutoring is demonstrated by our clients' academic and professional accomplishments. Our students have been accepted to the University of Edinburgh, Heriot-Watt University, Stanford University, Georgetown University, Princeton University, and many other outstanding schools. They've been hired after graduation by companies around the world, as professionals of every imaginable type. Aquamarine Power, North British Distillery, Crerar Hotels, and other Edinburgh firms are currently staffed with our former students, as are Fortune 500 companies such as Johnson & Johnson, Microsoft, and Walgreens. Contact Manhattan Review today for more information on how we can help make you a success.
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I wanted to thank you for teaching my class and being such a dedicated instructor. When I first started studying for the GRE I was doing it from complete scratch as I had not done this type of math in many years. I was scoring in the low 300's, and was having trouble with some of the quick math necessary to do well on the test. Our class helped me figure out how to break down problems into commonly found concepts and to quickly do the computation to answer them (by, for example, factoring). I took the GRE this past Friday and scored a 720 in math -- much higher than I had originally hoped for when I started studying. I know your going the extra mile to help, both in tutoring and in class, really made a difference to my score. Thanks again!
- Puja (This student took out GRE Tutoring)
111 Glasgow Road
Edinburgh EH12 8NF, Scotland
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Amy P. is a former high school art teacher and is now a doctoral student at the University of Edinburgh. Originally from Mobile, Alabama, she is a graduate of Rice University and Duke University, with bachelor's and master's degrees in education. She has ten years of experience as a GRE and SAT prep tutor, and has also served as a museum intern, curriculum writer, and teachers' union representative. She plans to pursue a university teaching position after finishing her doctorate.
Amy's students describe her as a devoted teacher who loves to share what she knows. "A dedicated educator who knows how to engage her students through relating GRE prep to personal experience," read one student comment on her teaching. "Amy is a natural teacher." Her hobbies include photography, running marathons, and volunteering at the animal shelter. She is also an avid sports fan, particularly of the New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Braves.