GRE Private Tutoring in Seoul (South Korea)

GRE Tutoring in Seoul

Manhattan Review is Seoul's best source of learning plans for the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). We offer GRE options to suit the educational needs of every type of student, from on-site and online GRE prep courses to GRE private tutoring and GRE practice tests. Group GRE prep courses feature rigorous GRE classroom instruction in all GRE content areas as well as strategies for creating effective study plans. Private tutoring includes customized GRE instruction in one-on-one format, which allows clients to exclusively address their own individual GRE preparation issues. Regardless of the mode of GRE learning, all students can review their progress and organize their preparation efforts with our authentic GRE practice tests. Manhattan Review's GRE offerings in Seoul are taught by the city's most qualified instructors, using the industry's most innovative instructional methodologies and comprehensive course materials. To find out more about our Seoul GRE services, contact us by phone, email, or online. We'll be happy to provide you with details about course options, course scheduling, tutor bios, and other services.

Manhattan Review GRE students have achieved a high degree of success, both in their graduate degree programs and in their careers. Our clients have been accepted to a wide variety of exclusive graduate degree offerings, at top-notch postsecondary institutions such as Harvard, MIT, Oxford, Yale, Cambridge, Princeton, the University of Pennsylvania, Stanford, King's College, the University of Chicago, the London School of Economics, Caltech, the University of Virginia, Georgetown, and Carnegie Mellon. Many of our past GRE clients have been hired by important organizations in Seoul, including Next Entertainment World, Mirae Asset Financial Group, Korea Educational Broadcasting System, Hanwha Life Insurance, and National Pension Service of Korea. Fortune 500 companies have also hired former Manhattan Review students (Berkshire Hathaway, Valero Energy, JP Morgan Chase, State Farm Insurance, and Twenty-First Century Fox, to name just a few). At Manhattan Review, we consider student achievements to be the most profound possible statement on the effectiveness of our teaching.

GRE requirements and/or average scores can vary considerably within institutions. Individual departments frequently have their own GRE benchmarks or expectations, and it is perfectly understandable that different academic disciplines have different GRE standards. The graduate program in biostatistics at the University of North Carolina's Gillings School of Global Public Health reports average GRE scores for accepted students of 163 verbal and 165 quantitative. At UNC's Department of Sociology, the verbal score averages are similar (162), but the quantitative expectations are not nearly as high (about 160). Obviously, quantitative skills are more important to a program in biostatistics than to advanced study of sociology, and this explains the difference in average quantitative scores between these two departments. However, this does not mean the university departments are completely unconcerned with the less relevant aspects of the GRE, and applicants who can demonstrate strong performance in all GRE areas will improve their prospects for acceptance. Manhattan Review's GRE prep courses and private tutoring help Seoul students excel on all test sections and make a strong case for graduate school admission, regardless of field.

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

Seoul

Primary Course Venue:

Sheraton Seoul D Cube City Hotel
662 Gyeongin-ro
Guro-gu, Seoul 152-887, South Korea

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

Meet a Seoul GRE Tutor: Daoud M.

Daoud M. is a veteran GRE tutor and classroom instructor with 11 years of experience on three continents. He began his GRE teaching career in New York after finishing graduate school, and later spent several years in London before relocating to Seoul in 2015. In each city, he quickly earned the respect of his students and colleagues for his original approaches to instruction and his dedication to teaching.

Daoud is a graduate of Columbia University (bachelor's degree in philosophy) and the University of Michigan (master's degree in education). A large number of his students credit his GRE instruction with being a significant factor in their acceptances to selective graduate programs. Originally from Saginaw, Michigan, Daoud spends his free time catching up with family and friends back home.