GRE Private Tutoring in Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates)
Abu Dhabi students interested in acceptance to graduate schools in the United States and many other countries must usually produce above-average scores on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). Manhattan Review is an American test prep company that has been helping students around the world reach their educational goals since 1999. Our GRE prep services, which include private GRE tutoring, online GRE prep courses, and brick-and-mortar GRE classes, have given thousands of students the GRE skills necessary for high test scores and admission to their chosen graduate programs. Manhattan Review's GRE tutors and instructors combine detailed knowledge of the GRE and familiarity with the special test prep needs of Abu Dhabi applicants to graduate schools that mandate or consider GRE scores. Our GRE prep offerings feature the most effective instructional methodology in the industry, with a particular emphasis on efficiency with respect to our students' time and effort. Contact us today to find out more about how we outperform the competition and produce better results than any other available GRE prep option.
Optimal GRE scores are dependent on specific student goals. While a higher score on all sections usually improves student prospects, it is important for both GRE students and GRE tutors to be aware of institutional or departmental requirements and averages. The Statistics Department at Stanford University, for instance, reports its average GRE score percentiles as 83% verbal, 91% quantitative, and 52% analytical writing (these correspond to section scores of about 160 verbal, 166 quantitative, and 4 analytical writing). In this case, the quantitative score is clearly the most important, but above-average scores on the other sections can help distinguish an applicant from his or her lower-scoring peers. Stanford's Department of History does not list minimum or average GRE scores, but other sources place the mean for these graduate programs at 167 verbal and 154 quantitative. In this department, the verbal score is obviously more significant, but a higher quantitative score can help an applicant stand out.
Manhattan Review's GRE prep courses and one-on-one GRE tutoring are designed to accommodate a diverse set of student goals. Our students have been accepted to elite graduate programs in every field relevant to the GRE, at institutions such as Harvard, Yale, Cornell, NYU, Oxford, the University of London, the University of Melbourne, and the University of Edinburgh. Our former GRE students have become sought-after professionals who have accepted lucrative job offers at General Motors, Express Scripts Holdings, Cardinal Health, Archer Daniels Midland, and other Fortune 500 companies. Our past clients have also returned home to contribute to the business community in Abu Dhabi, at firms such as Waha Capital, Aabar Investments, Tamweel, and Warid Telecom. Professional success is the result of high-quality education. Manhattan Review's GRE prep courses and private tutoring will help you clear the hurdle of graduate school acceptance and get you on your way to a distinguished professional life.
GRE Private Tutoring
I was most impressed with how efficient Vince was with everything, he came prepared and he knew what he was talking about. I liked the efficiency. I already came in with a good idea with what I needed to work on and Vince was great in attacking my weaknesses. I cannot think of anything I disliked or that he could improve about his teaching style.
- Jackson (This student took our GRE Tutoring)
Sheraton Abu Dhabi Hotel & Resort
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Walid A. was born and raised in Dubai, where his strong academic performance led to a scholarship offer from the University of Virginia. After finishing his undergraduate studies in education at UVA, Walid rode GRE scores of 167 verbal, 165 quantitative, and 5.5 analytical writing into a graduate teacher education program at Duke University. He took his MA and began his teaching career at a junior high school in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, offering SAT and GRE prep services on the side.
Walid returned to the UAE in 2013 to accept a teaching position at a local private school. In the years since, he has tutored over 100 GRE students, several of whom have been accepted to the most selective public and private universities in the United States. His student evaluations indicate that he is a talented, dedicated, and passionate educator who takes great pride in his students' accomplishments. In his spare time, Walid enjoys cycling, fine dining with his girlfriend, and listening to American hip hop.