GRE Private Tutoring in Dublin (Irland)
Dublin students seeking top-quality preparation services for the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) can meet the standards of their chosen graduate programs with Manhattan Review's GRE prep services in Dublin. Our customized GRE tutoring combines targeted instruction based on student strengths and weaknesses, academic goals, and learning style with the best practices in GRE teaching and learning as dictated by our vast experience and the latest research on the GRE. We have been serving cities in North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia since 1999, and we have thousands of upper-percentile GRE scores to our credit. Founded in New York by a business school professor who believed that other test prep companies were not sufficiently meeting the educational needs of overseas students, Manhattan Review today boasts a client population that matches the diversity of the modern professional world. Dublin students cannot find a better resource for all of their GRE preparation requirements.
Manhattan Review's private GRE tutoring begins with an assessment of the GRE scores needed for acceptance into a given student's first-choice program. This is largely determined by the academic discipline one wishes to follow and the average GRE scores of students accepted to a client's chosen program. Data available from Educational Testing Service, the organization that administers the GRE, shows that GRE scores reflect discipline specificity. 11.5% of mathematical sciences majors scored a 170 (perfect) on the quantitative section of the GRE, but fewer than 2% were able to achieve this level of verbal performance. Conversely, a perfect verbal score was more than four times as common as a perfect quantitative score among philosophy majors (4.8% versus 1.1%). The Mathematics Department at Pennsylvania State University illustrates how these general numbers apply to their graduate programs. Average quantitative scores among students enrolled at this department are quite high at 166 (the 96th percentile of all test-takers), but these students' other GRE skills are much more modest at 155 verbal (the 66th percentile) and 3.5 analytical writing (the 35th percentile).
Universities are reluctant to give detailed information about how they consider the GRE, but admissions officials will sometimes privately admit that the GRE serves as a filter for applicants. Candidates below a certain score level can be excluded from further consideration, but students who prepare adequately for the GRE will avoid this fate. Manhattan Review's GRE private tutoring and GRE prep courses have consistently produced high GRE scores and acceptance to some of the best graduate programs in the world, including Stanford, Harvard, Princeton, the University of Virginia, UC Berkeley, and the London School of Economics. Graduation from institutions of this caliber usually results in ample professional opportunities, and Manhattan Review's past students conform to this pattern. We've seen our former clients hired by the best companies in the United States and in Dublin, including Microsoft, Johnson & Johnson, Lockheed Martin, Debenhams Ireland, Cornmarket Group Financial Services, and SMBC Aviation Capital. Get in touch with Manhattan Review right away, and let's get started on building you a prosperous and rewarding future.
GRE Private Tutoring
Bill put in a lot of outside hours preparing for class and answering questions throughout the week. He really tried his hardest to help us reach our goals. I really really appreciated how dedicated he was to helping us.
- Cheng (This student did GRE tutoring)
Dublin 2, Ireland
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Serita X. is a graduate of the University of California - Santa Cruz and Stanford University, with bachelor's and master's degrees in education. She taught social studies and history in a Los Angeles area public junior high school for eight years before moving to Dublin, where she has lived since 2014. She has been a GRE prep tutor for the past seven years, and has taught students both in Los Angeles and in Dublin how to conquer the GRE.
Serita comes from an impoverished inner-city background, and can therefore offer an atypical perspective on GRE prep. "Most kids in my neighborhood didn't have the opportunities that I had," she laments. "That's why I became a teacher – to try to help others escape cycles of poverty and crime. I hope that my students are inspired by my example to do what they can to increase access to education, which is the key to a productive life."