GRE Private Tutoring in Kuala Lumpur
Manhattan Review in Kuala Lumpur offers several rigorous services for the Graduate Record Examination (GRE), including on-site or online GRE prep courses, GRE private tutoring, and GRE practice tests. Our flexible GRE learning plans allow GRE students to choose the option that is best for their particular needs. Group instruction features collaborative learning for holistic strategies and perspectives on GRE study, and our group courses can be taken either on-site in Kuala Lumpur or online from home, the park, the beach, or anywhere with an internet connection. Our private tutoring plans feature a high degree of customized instruction, and our tutors implement GRE teaching according to student characteristics such as target scores, GRE strengths and weaknesses, and academic background. Manhattan Review has been helping students get accepted to graduate school by improving their test scores since 1999, and we are a global company that offers the best test prep instruction in major cities around the world. Get started on Kuala Lumpur's most effective GRE prep today by contacting Manhattan Review for details on our GRE offerings.
Average GRE scores at selective universities are usually within a few points of 160 per section, although the exact numbers depend on the academic discipline. The average range for graduate programs in the biological sciences at Harvard University, for instance, is 158-162 verbal and 160-164 quantitative, reflecting that subject's greater emphasis on quantitative abilities. For Harvard's graduate degree offerings in history, the typical scores are 161-165 verbal and 154-158 quantitative, which obviously shows preference for verbal skills. Most departments willingly report the average GRE scores of their accepted students, but some do not. The Economics Department at Columbia University is an example of the latter, but secondary sources place the GRE ranges for this department at 159-163 verbal and 166-170 quantitative. In comparison, the average GRE scores for graduate students in Columbia's English Department are 162-166 verbal and 155-159 quantitative. Despite some clear preferences, the best chances for acceptance are often reserved for applicants who exceed a given department's averages on both sections of the GRE.
Manhattan Review's GRE prep courses and GRE private tutoring have facilitated thousands of acceptances to highly selective graduate programs, at institutions such as Harvard, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Princeton, Stanford, the University of Pennsylvania, Columbia, Georgetown, Johns Hopkins, Carnegie Mellon, Cambridge, Oxford, King's College London, the London School of Economics, the University of Edinburgh, the University of Chicago, Northwestern, the University of Virginia, and UC Berkeley. The list of companies that now employ former Manhattan Review GRE students is equally prestigious. Our former GRE clients now work for Fortune 500 companies and Kuala Lumpur firms such as Berkshire Hathaway, Bank of America, United Continental Holdings, World Fuel Services, JP Morgan Chase, Berjaya Corporation, Astro Malaysia Holdings, Gibraltar BSN, Royal Selangor, and Sime Darby. Enhance your graduate school application and improve your graduate school admission prospects with Manhattan Review's GRE prep services for students in Kuala Lumpur.
GRE Private Tutoring
Bill was wonderful! He was most helpful very thorough and patient. He explained everything multiple ways and answered all our questions. I appreciated the solutions work he did.
- Linnet (This student did GRE tutoring)
Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur Hotel
129 Jalan Sultan Ismail
Kuala Lumpur 50250, Malaysia
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Harriet Y.'s GRE students describe her as a highly effective GRE teacher with an impressive record of improving performance on all sections of the GRE. She has been teaching GRE prep courses and private tutoring plans for Manhattan Review in London, Paris, and Kuala Lumpur since 2011, and her students have come from a large number of academic disciplines and countries of origin.
Harriet holds a bachelor of arts in history from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and a master of education from the University of Minnesota. Originally from Norfolk, Virginia, she has always loved to travel, and she has been residing in Kuala Lumpur for two years. In her spare time, Harriet enjoys playing the piano, walking her dog, and going to the movies.