Best GRE Tutoring in London
Manhattan Review's private tutoring, prep classes, and practice tests for the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) will maximize the strength of your graduate school application. Our experienced GRE tutors have a consistent record of getting their students accepted into Harvard, Yale, Princeton, and other top universities in the USA. We've also helped our London students gain admission into the area's best programs, including the London School of Economics, London Business School, City University London, and Hult International Business School. Our former GRE tutoring clients work at a number of London's top companies. British Petroleum, Royal Dutch Shell, HBOS, Aviva, and many others are currently staffed with Manhattan Review's London alumni.
Prospective Manhattan Review GRE tutors are carefully screened according to several criteria. We of course consider education and standardized test scores, but we look far beyond these baseline credentials. We only hire individuals who demonstrate a passion for education, a friendly and accessible personality, and a variety of interests. Other tutoring companies employ prep teachers on the sole basis of their own test scores, but Manhattan Review is concerned with the whole person. This level of scrutiny ensures that our GRE tutoring clients in London and around the world receive an educational experience that is as enjoyable as it is productive. Many of our former students have told us that the training they received from us laid the foundation for success in other endeavors, and we couldn't be happier about this sentiment.
Contact Manhattan Review today for a thorough assessment of your individual goals and needs. We'll get to know you as both a person and a student, and assign you a tutor who is sure to be a great fit. Manhattan Review is well aware that, when it comes to one-on-one private tutoring for the GRE, one size does not fit all. We realize that every single one of our students will need a unique strategy for their best possible GRE scores. Some students will benefit more from learning strategies that emphasize visual stimuli, while others are more verbally oriented. Many students need to raise their scores on all sections of the GRE, but others have specific weaknesses that need to be addressed. Manhattan Review tutors will get to the bottom of whatever is holding you back, and devise a plan to make sure that you do your best.
GRE Private Tutoring
Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online
My first class in Manhattan Review was a very good class. George is a very good teacher.
- Hugo (This student took our GRE course.)
Manhattan Review GMAT GRE TOEFL Prep & Admissions Consulting
88-90 Hatton Garden
London EC1N 8PG
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Meet a London GRE Tutor: Natasha L.
Natasha L., originally from New Hampshire, is a graduate of Dartmouth, with bachelor's and master's degrees in English literature. She wrote her master's thesis on gender issues in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, and taught English at a private high school in Boston for five years before moving to London with her husband, an international businessman. Since her arrival in the UK several years ago, she has tutored students in preparation for the GRE and the TOEFL for Manhattan Review in London. "Natasha's passion for literature manifests itself in her GRE prep tutoring with creative solutions to my individual issues," says a former London student who got accepted into a graduate philosophy program at the University of Pennsylvania. "Before I enlisted Natasha's help, I felt a bit like Sisyphus pushing the rock up the hill when it came to the GRE, but with her kind, patient, and rigorous guidance, I became like Thor putting a hammer to the exam."
Natasha's GRE and TOEFL students have achieved their goals of enrolling in elite graduate programs in several countries and in a variety of disciplines. She's taught future scientists, educators, artists, entrepreneurs, and politicians. In her spare time, Natasha likes to bake, and is known to show up for her Manhattan Review tutoring sessions with a variety of pastries. She is a tennis fan, and makes a point of attending the Wimbledon tournament every year. Natasha and her husband have two children and three cats, and they dote on all of them.