Best GRE Tutoring in Glasgow (Scotland)
One of the biggest challenges that prospective graduate students face during the admissions process is achieving a high enough score on the standardized tests to get into the schools of their choice. The Graduate Record Examination, or GRE, is one of the most widely used standardized tests to determine eligibility and admission into graduate programs all over the world. Whether you're looking to get pointers on how to study, need personalized help with test preparation just for the GRE, or all of the above, our experts at Manhattan Review are the best to tutor with when it comes to test preparation.
For over 15 years, Manhattan Review has been providing students with state-of-the-art GRE private tutoring services like no other. Students in Glasgow have access to a boutique program that is specially designed to help them succeed, because it is tailored to their individual needs. How do we do this? For starters, students get to learn from world-class tutors who are current professionals with years of experience in their fields. In addition, they get a personalized study plan created for them to increase their skills sets with respect to test taking strategies and build a foundation of the necessary skills needed to earn a high score on the GRE. Lastly, students are treated to a plethora of other online resources and tools, including real world practice tests that mimic the real GRE.
Our private tutoring program for the GRE at Manhattan Review Glasgow is unprecedented and over the years, we have worked hard to achieve the stellar reputation that we have acquired. Our hard work hasn't gone unnoticed, which is of benefit to past, current and future students, like you, who participate in our program. From the top companies in Glasgow like Resolution, the Royal Bank of Scotland, the Ministry of Defense, Scottish Executive Enterprise and Hilton Worldwide to the top universities like the University of Glasgow and the Glasgow Caledonian University, Manhattan Review has a reputation of training the best and the brightest in Glasgow.
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GRE Private Tutoring
My first class in Manhattan Review was a very good class. George is a very good teacher.
- Hugo (This student took our GRE course.)
Glasgow Marriott Hotel
500 Argyle Street
Glasgow G3 8RR, Scotland
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Growing up on the south side of Glasgow in Thortonhall, Andy always had aspirations to teach. Coupled with his strong desire to see the world and especially travel to America, he was destined to be a part of our elite team of professional tutors at Manhattan Review Glasgow.
Although Andy is quite humble, he does willingly admit that he was always particularly good at taking tests. His superb test taking skills helped him earn scores in the 99th percentile on both the SAT and the GRE, as well as secured him a spot at the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development at New York University, where he received training from the Department of Teaching and Learning. After earning his Bachelors and Masters degrees in Education, Andy came back to Glasgow to impart his knowledge onto the up and coming professionals, both as a full time professor at a major university in Glasgow, as well as a private tutor.
Since joining Manhattan Review Glasgow in 2010 as a GRE test prep tutor, Andy has been instrumental in ensuring that our Glasgow location provides the stellar services that we are known for delivering. Though students are in a classroom, they often tell Andy that it doesn't feel like it. He has a knack for making students feel like they are the only ones in the class and that their time feels more like one-on-one. It also helps that he's a native of Glasgow, which the students love. Being a native Glaswegian that has been educated abroad gives him a perspective and experience that the students not only relate to but also respect and admire.
The consummate family man, in his spare time, Andy is likely to be spending quality time with his wife Kelly and their four children, Ainsley, Christie, Brodie and Gavin. Naturally, being born and raised in Glasgow, Andy is big fan of Scottish culture and often seizes every opportunity to impart the history of Glasgow and his cultural heritage onto his children. To Andy, being a part of Manhattan Review is very much in alignment with that goal. He believes by giving students the tools to rise to their academic challenges, they are also building the foundation to be better and more successful in their future careers, which in turn will help Glasgow continue to grow as a global city.