Best GRE Test Prep Tutoring in Jakarta (Indonesia)
Jakarta students seeking upper-percentile scores on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) can reach their goals with Manhattan Review's GRE private tutoring and prep courses. We offer the best private GRE tutoring available in Jakarta, which features customized instruction that is designed to meet the individual GRE test prep needs of each student. Our GRE tutors thoroughly assess all students in terms of prior academic experience, strengths and weaknesses in each of the GRE's testing areas, and personal and cultural background to create highly effective learning plans that teach students how to reach their desired GRE score levels in the least amount of time possible. With high test scores, degrees from top universities, passion for teaching, and friendly personalities, Manhattan Review's GRE tutors possess all of the credentials necessary for the complex task of GRE preparation. We are also a company that has more experience teaching international applicants to graduate schools in English-speaking countries than any of our competitors.
Prospective graduate students in Jakarta should approach the GRE with the utmost seriousness. The test is taken by over 655,000 graduate applicants each year, with 50th percentile scores of approximately 151 for verbal reasoning, 152 for quantitative reasoning, and slightly under 4 for analytical writing. Average GRE scores do not generally result in acceptance to selective graduate programs. At Duke University, for instance, the average student received 160 verbal, 160 quantitative, and 4.5 analytical writing. At Johns Hopkins, the numbers are 163 verbal, 164 quantitative, and 4.8 analytical writing. High admissions standards demand high-quality GRE preparation. Manhattan Review's GRE private tutoring has helped our students meet the GRE admissions criteria for both of the above-mentioned institutions in addition to the University of Virginia, the University of Michigan, Stanford University, Yale University, Harvard University, and many other elite graduate programs.
Professional success is also typical of Manhattan Review students. Thousands of our past clients have completed their graduate degree programs and become in-demand professionals in both the private and public sectors. Current employees of Fortune 500 companies such as United Technologies, Walt Disney, American Airlines Group, and Honeywell International, and Jakarta firms such as Indomaret, Bumi Laut Group, and Dragon Computer & Communication started climbing the ladder with our GRE private tutoring and GRE prep courses. Our former students have also succeeded in various public sector careers, as government employees, educators at the primary, secondary, and tertiary levels, research scientists at publicly funded institutions, and advocates for philanthropic organizations. Manhattan Review's GRE private tutoring and prep classes are solid foundations for academic success, which leads to professional achievement in our students' chosen fields. We hope you will contact us right away, so we can get started on building your future.
GRE Private Tutoring
I would like to let you know that I took the GRE on Monday, December 6th and earned a score of 1200 (600 verbal, 600 quantitative). I think that I did very well on the essay portion of the test as well but won't receive those scores in the mail for a couple weeks or so. I would like to thank my instructor (George S.) and Manhattan Review for helping me to increase my score so much (I got a 1050 the first time I took the GRE in 2002) Thank you very much.
- Tamara (This student took a GRE class)
JW Marriott Hotel Jakarta
Jalan Lingkar Mega Kuningan Kav. E No. 1-2 Kuningan Timur
Jakarta 12950, Indonesia
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Manuel B. is originally from Bandung, Indonesia, where he grew up as the son of a tradesman and a nurse. He showed outstanding academic potential from an early age, and his aptitude for learning would lead to acceptance into several selective universities in the United States. He chose Washington and Lee University for his undergraduate studies in physics, and later completed a master's degree at the University of Virginia.
Manuel is currently employed at a research lab in Jakarta, and tutors for Manhattan Review on a part-time basis. He has helped numerous local students excel on the GRE and get accepted to the best universities in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. He has also taught physics at the secondary school level in the United States and in Indonesia. In his spare time, Manuel enjoys yoga, collecting comic books, and riding his bicycle around Jakarta.