GRE Private Tutoring in Melbourne (Australia)

GRE Tutoring in Melbourne

Manhattan Review's private tutors for the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) produce high-percentile results for students in Melbourne. Our company has been a top resource for standardized test preparation services in cities around the world since 1999. Manhattan Review's tutoring clients have been accepted into selective universities in the United States (including Columbia University, Brown University, and Dartmouth College), the United Kingdom (London School of Economics and Oxford University), and Australia (University of Melbourne, Monash University, and the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology). Let our experienced and dedicated GRE tutors help bring your exam scores into the stratosphere, and get you on your way to graduate school admission and a career in any field you choose.

Taking the GRE is a specialized skill that necessitates specialized instruction. The test measures analytical writing, quantitative reasoning, and verbal reasoning, using a variety of different methods of assessment. In the analytical writing section, students are prompted to write an essay about a given topic and dissect an argument. The quantitative section requires test-takers to demonstrate mathematical knowledge through comparison, problem solving, and data interpretation, with question types such as multiple choice and fill-in-the-blanks. The verbal reasoning section tests vocabulary, reading comprehension, and critical reasoning with tasks such as sentence equivalence and text completion. With all of these skills to master, it is easy for graduate school applicants to become overwhelmed by the GRE. Manhattan Review's one-on-one GRE tutors will set your mind at ease and break down the exam into manageable exercises that produce excellent results in a reasonable amount of time.

The success of Manhattan Review's GRE private tutoring and GRE prep courses is shown, not just by the academic credentials attained by our former clients, but also by their professional accomplishments. We're extremely proud of the fact that our students have become doctors, lawyers, educators, businessmen/businesswomen, political leaders, and artists. Melbourne's top companies are staffed with Manhattan Review alumni, including Ceramic Fuel Cells, Intrepid Travel, and Tigerair Australia. We can also count employees of Fortune 500 companies, such as Walmart, Ford Motor, and General Electric, among our satisfied clients. Contact Manhattan Review today for more information about our GRE test prep services, and we'll get started right away on helping you attain your best possible test scores.

GRE Private Tutoring

Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online

GRE Private Course

12 hours in total, Personalized 1-on-1 Course, In Person or Live Online

Melbourne

Primary Course Venue:

InterContinental Melbourne
495 Collins Street
Melbourne, Victoria 3000, Australia

Phone: +61 3 9001 6618

NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.

Meet a Melbourne GRE Tutor: Nathan R.

Nathan R. is a native of a small town near Dublin, Ireland. He is a graduate of Georgetown University, with a BA in American musical culture, and the University of Maryland, with an MA in music history. He specializes in the music of the Irish diaspora, and has lived in several cities around the world with substantial Irish populations, including New York, London, and Auckland. At each of these stops, he served as a Manhattan Review GRE tutor while playing the violin in a group that performs Irish traditional music. He has lived in Melbourne since 2013, and has helped prepare numerous local students for the GRE and acceptance to graduate programs in a wide array of disciplines.

Nathan's student evaluations indicate a high degree of satisfaction with his GRE prep tutoring. "Nathan knows how to make GRE prep a manageable task, and he gave me confidence in my ability to succeed," said one successful applicant to a graduate program in history at an Ivy League school. "Before I started tutoring sessions with Nathan, I was frustrated and dejected by the thought of preparing for the GRE," said a prospective graduate student at a Melbourne university. "After our first hour together, I realized that I could do this." In addition to his tutoring, Nathan teaches traditional Irish fiddling privately, and can often be found performing with his group in local Irish pubs. He also enjoys playing rugby on weekends, and his students are usually not surprised to see him every week with a fresh set of bruises.