Best GRE Test Prep Tutoring in Kuala Lumpur
Prospective graduate students in Kuala Lumpur can receive outstanding scores on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) with the help of Manhattan Review's private tutoring. We offer customized tutoring programs that are created according to the needs of each individual student. Rather than impose a preconceived learning plan on GRE prep students (as some of our competitors do), Manhattan Review considers your specific academic needs, target institutions, learning style, and personality and we craft a unique program of study based on these criteria. This approach produces the best results with maximum efficiency of time and effort. There is a great deal of variation in how given schools and departments consider the GRE, both in terms of which sections of the test are emphasized and how much weight it is given in the application. Why waste your time with formulaic learning that doesn't consider your personal situation? Manhattan Review's GRE tutors offer the customized service that is your fastest route to success.
You're probably aware that the verbal and quantitative sections of the GRE are scored from 130 to 170, and the analytical writing section is scored from 0 to 6. You might also know that the average score for all of the approximately 655,000 annual test takers is about 151 for verbal, 153 for quantitative, and 4 for analytical writing. You may not be aware, however, that there is a good deal of variation in these averages by field. Computer science majors, for example, averaged a 147 on the verbal section and a 158 on the quantitative section. History majors, on the other hand, averaged 156 in verbal and 148 in math. This is why Manhattan Review's personalized GRE tutoring is so important. Average overall ability can be viewed by admissions committees as above average or below average, depending on context. Our tutors will consider this information when formulating your learning plan and deciding when you are ready to take the test. The effectiveness of our customized approach to teaching is shown by our students' acceptance into top universities such as Columbia, Duke, Stanford, and Yale. Our past clients have been successful after graduation as well, many of whom now work for important Kuala Lumpur firms (Salamfone, Gibraltar BSN, and PPB Group) and Fortune 500 companies (Energy Transfer Equity, Best Buy, and General Dynamics). Contact us today, and let's get started on writing your story.
GRE Private Tutoring
Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur Hotel
129 Jalan Sultan Ismail
Kuala Lumpur 50250, Malaysia
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
"I owe Robert a huge debt of gratitude for his efforts on my behalf, which helped me get accepted into graduate school." This is one of many student comments praising Robert G., a Kuala Lumpur-based GRE tutor for Manhattan Review. Robert is originally from Johannesburg, South Africa, where he completed a BA in film and television at the University of Witwatersrand. He then pursued graduate film study in the United States, graduating with an MA in cinema studies from New York University. After teaching courses on film history at various schools in the New York City area and working as a standardized test prep tutor on a private basis, Robert moved to Kuala Lumpur to accept a position as a film editor with a local media services firm.
Manhattan Review recruiters were aware of Robert's reputation as a private tutor while he was in New York, and when we heard that he had moved to Kuala Lumpur, we jumped at the chance to hire him. Our students consistently compliment his mastery of the GRE, empathy with their individual challenges, and dedication to everything he does. "Robert figured out how to make the quantitative section comprehensible to me, and that was no easy task," said one student. "Rather than drilling me on formulas, we conducted exercises that approached the material from several different directions, until I finally got it." In his spare time, Robert is working on a script for his first feature-length film.