Best GRE Test Prep Tutoring in Ho Chi Minh City
The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) can be a daunting challenge, especially for international students. Graduate school applicants in Ho Chi Minh City should rest assured that the high GRE scores necessary for graduate school acceptance are achievable with the right preparation. Manhattan Review is a test prep company that has guided thousands of students to their desired GRE scores in the years since we were founded in 1999. We have a proven history of successfully teaching GRE prep to students in Asia, Europe, North America, and Australia. The list of schools at which our international clients have studied includes Princeton, Dartmouth, Brown, UC Berkeley, the University of Virginia, Yale, Georgetown, and most other well-known institutions of the English-speaking world. Ho Chi Minh City students can reach their academic goals with our on-site GRE prep courses, online GRE prep courses, GRE private tutoring, and GRE practice tests. Our GRE prep offerings are both rigorous in content and convenient in scheduling and location. We hope you'll get in touch with us today, so we can tell you more about how our services promote, support, and enhance academic achievement.
Manhattan Review's private GRE tutoring takes full advantage of differentiated instructional techniques that teach GRE prep based on individual GRE subject-matter strengths and weaknesses, common testing challenges such as anxiety or time management, target score ranges, optimal learning style, and personal characteristics. It is typical for students to need more support on some GRE sections than on others. Sometimes the total score is the most important factor in a student's graduate school application, but in other cases the priority is on either verbal or quantitative skills. Many students are primarily visual learners, but others can derive greater benefit from auditory instructional techniques. GRE students can also differ in terms of which motivational strategies work the best. Manhattan Review's one-on-one GRE tutoring allows GRE teaching and learning that precisely matches every unique set of student attributes.
Graduate school is increasingly necessary to compete in today's economy, and a graduate degree is most definitely a wise investment of time and money. The U.S. Census Bureau reports that, as of 2013, the number of adults in the United States with at least some graduate-level education exceeds those with only a bachelor's degree (36 million versus 30 million). According to 2015 data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, a bachelor's degree results in median weekly earnings of $1,137, with an unemployment rate of 2.8%. Those with a master's degree make on average $1,341 per week, and a doctorate correlates to a median weekly salary of $1,623, with unemployment rates of 2.4% and 1.7% respectively. Past Manhattan Review students have taken advantage of the lucrative job market for holders of graduate degrees. Some have been hired by Fortune 500 companies and Vietnamese firms such as Berkshire Hathaway, Prudential Financial, Wells Fargo, Lozi, Lazada Viet Nam, and Applancer. Others have accepted jobs in government, education, or philanthropy. Manhattan Review's GRE prep courses and private tutoring will help you get accepted to graduate school, which will give you an array of lucrative options when you finish your degree.
GRE Private Tutoring
Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online
Bill put in a lot of outside hours preparing for class and answering questions throughout the week. He really tried his hardest to help us reach our goals. I really really appreciated how dedicated he was to helping us.
- Cheng (This student did GRE tutoring)
Ho Chi Minh City
Primary Course Venue:
Sheraton Saigon Hotel & Towers
88 Dong Khoi Street
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Meet a Ho Chi Minh City GRE Tutor: Gillian C.
Gillian C., a native of London, England, has been a GRE and SAT tutor for Manhattan Review in New York, Edinburgh, and Ho Chi Minh City since 2010. She holds a bachelor's degree in history from the University of Pennsylvania, a master's degree in English from Duke University, and a master of arts in teaching from Boston University.
Gillian's teaching experience includes both history and literature courses at the high school level, and she is currently on the faculty of a Ho Chi Minh City international school. Her GRE and SAT students have been accepted to all eight Ivy League Schools as well as prestigious public institutions such as the University of Virginia, the University of California - Berkeley, and the University of Michigan.