GRE Private Tutoring in Auckland (New Zealand)

The most reliable route to success on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is specialized instruction with an experienced GRE teacher. Manhattan Review is a company that offers aspiring graduate students in Auckland all of the requisite services for outstanding GRE scores. Local students can maximize their GRE performance with our targeted private GRE tutoring plans, traditional on-site GRE prep classes, or practical interactive online GRE prep courses. Auckland students can also enhance their prospects with our GRE practice tests, admissions consulting, and application advising services. Founded in New York City in 1999, Manhattan Review has become an international test prep firm with offices in major cities all over the world. Thousands of our students have been accepted to top-notch universities such as Oxford, Harvard, the London School of Economics, Princeton, the University of Edinburgh, Yale, Australian National University, UC Berkeley, and the University of Auckland.

Manhattan Review's private GRE tutoring allows students to work on the specific GRE content, study techniques, and test-taking strategies that most closely match their academic background. We have seen a general trend in which liberal arts majors need to improve their quantitative skills and STEM majors should work on their verbal skills. The average English major, for instance, scores a 149 quantitative (the 37th percentile of all test-takers), while the typical computer science major scores a 147 verbal (the 32nd percentile). However, there are exceptions to these generalities. Holders of undergraduate degrees in philosophy are above average in both areas at 160 verbal and 153 quantitative, as are physics majors (156 verbal and 161 quantitative). Manhattan Review's private GRE tutors complete a rigorous assessment of each student based on both personal and aggregate data. Our teachers can then implement a customized GRE learning plan that also accounts for target scores, learning style, and student personality.

Graduate education is increasingly necessary in today's economy, and a graduate degree usually supports a comfortable lifestyle. One recent salary survey concluded that 75% of master's degree holders earn $60,000 per year or more, with the top 25% making at least $100,000 annually. Manhattan Review's past GRE clients have taken advantage of the strong job market for highly skilled workers. They've accepted positions at Fortune 500 companies such as Dow Chemical, 21st Century Fox, Archer Daniels Midland, and Google. They've been hired by top Auckland companies, including Snowball Effect, Genesis Energy Limited, United Christian Broadcasters, and Vodafone New Zealand. The cost of Manhattan Review's GRE private tutoring or GRE prep classes is a small price to pay for a lifetime of benefits. Give us a call, send us an email, or contact us online for more information on our GRE prep options for graduate school applicants in Auckland.

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

Auckland

Primary Course Venue:

Hilton
147 Quay Street
Auckland 1010
Neuseeland

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

Meet an Auckland GRE Tutor: Jean-Luc M.

Jean-Luc M. was born and raised in Montreal, Canada. He holds a bachelor's degree in philosophy from Yale University and a master's degree in philosophy and education from Columbia University Teachers College. His GRE scores of 169 verbal and 168 quantitative were both above the 95th percentile. He is currently on the faculty of a private secondary school in the Auckland area, and he was previously a teacher in the public schools of New York City.

Jean-Luc has been teaching GRE prep since his first year of graduate school in 2007, and he has been living in Auckland since the beginning of the 2014-15 academic year. His GRE students have been accepted to graduate programs in several liberal arts and science disciplines, at world-class universities such as Harvard, Princeton, MIT, and Georgetown. His hobbies include bicycle racing, fencing, and drinking beer with other North American expats.