GRE Private Tutoring in Wellington (New Zealand)

GRE Tutoring in Wellington

Elite scores on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) are much easier to attain through professional instruction. Manhattan Review is Wellington's most comprehensive resource for effective GRE preparation services, including GRE prep courses in online interactive format, GRE prep courses in traditional on-site format, customized GRE tutoring, and GRE practice tests. We also offer MBA admissions consulting for students taking the GRE as part of their graduate business school applications. Manhattan Review is an international test prep company founded in 1999. We serve major cities all over the world, and our instruction has helped thousands of students achieve their goals of prestigious graduate school acceptance. Our students learn how to become experts in GRE content, testing strategies, and study techniques, maximizing their GRE score potential. Our GRE tutors and classroom instructors are passionate educators with impressive track records of success. Learn more about Manhattan Review's highly effective GRE programs by contacting our Wellington office today. Members of our support staff are waiting to provide details and answer your questions by phone, by email, or online.

Graduate degrees have been convincingly shown to boost employment prospects and salaries. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the median annual salary for workers with a master's degree is more than $71,000 per year, compared to about $60,000 for those with a bachelor's degree only. Over a 35-year career, this translates to additional compensation of approximately $385,000. Workers with doctorates or professional degrees fare even better, with median annual earnings of $87,000 and $91,000 respectively, both of which correlate to around $1 million extra compensation in a 35-year career when compared to a bachelor's degree alone. The unemployment rate for doctoral and professional degree holders, 1.6%, is less than half of the national average of 4% (the rate for master's degree graduates, 2.7%, is also substantially below average). Furthermore, graduate education increases salaries in almost every field. Although the largest gains go to the in-demand professions of engineering and computer science, humanities and social sciences majors also benefit from graduate study. Graduate school is a rewarding experience that confers a sense of accomplishment, but it is also a sound financial investment.

Manhattan Review's GRE prep courses and private tutoring have consistently facilitated graduate school acceptance for students in Wellington and other cities. Our GRE clients have become graduate students at and alumni of world-class schools such as Stanford, Harvard, Princeton, Oxford, Johns Hopkins, Yale, the University of Pennsylvania, Columbia, Northwestern, the University of Edinburgh, King's College London, the University of Chicago, Brown, Dartmouth, Vanderbilt, Georgetown, the London School of Economics, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and many more. Past Manhattan Review students have been hired by a number of Fortune 500 companies, including Dow Chemical, Archer Daniels Midland, Bank of America, New York Life Insurance, and Twenty-First Century Fox. Some of our former GRE clients are now employed by Wellington firms, such as Meridian Energy, Pike River Coal, Summerset Holdings, Xero, and Datacom Group. Begin your graduate school journey by strengthening your graduate school application with Manhattan Review's rigorous GRE prep services for students living in the Wellington region.

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


Primary Course Venue:

Novotel Wellington
133/131-137 The Terrace
Wellington 6001, New Zealand

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

Meet a Wellington GRE Tutor: Nicole R.

Nicole R. has been teaching GRE prep courses and individual tutoring sessions for a total of seven years. Previously on the staff of Manhattan Review's home office in New York City, she joined our Wellington branch last year. Nicole works hard to ensure that her teaching is both general enough to be accessible to diverse groups of students and specific enough to address the preparation challenges of individual learners.

Nicole graduated from the State University of New York at Stony Brook with a bachelor's degree in sociology, and she also holds a master's degree in education from Columbia University Teachers College. She is a former consultant for several prominent education companies in the United States, and she is currently a contributor to an education blog when she's not teaching. Nicole is a proud native of New Orleans, Louisiana, and she enjoys cooking the city's distinctive cuisine for her friends and students.