GRE Private Tutoring in Amsterdam (Netherlands)
Amsterdam students taking the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) can significantly increase their sectional and total scores with Manhattan Review's GRE prep services. Our GRE services in Amsterdam include customized GRE private tutoring, on-site or online GRE classroom instruction, and GRE practice tests. We also offer ancillary services for prospective graduate students, such as application advising and MBA admissions consulting for business school applicants taking the GRE instead of the GMAT. Manhattan Review's innovative GRE learning plans feature rigorous course syllabi, effective course materials, and the most qualified GRE educators in Amsterdam. We facilitate GRE learning with the industry's most forward-looking instructional methodologies, which engage students by emphasizing higher-order thinking skills. Manhattan Review has been one of the world's leading test prep companies since we were founded in 1999, and we specialize in test prep for international students. Graduate school applicants in Amsterdam can find out more about our course options, schedules, and instructors by contacting us today. We're available to answer your questions online, by phone, or via email.
GRE score standards for universities in the English-speaking world are usually set at the departmental or school level, and can therefore vary widely within a given institution. Columbia University serves as an illuminating example. Columbia's Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science reports average GRE quantitative scores above the 91st percentile (167 or better) and mean GRE verbal scores above the 64th percentile (155 or more). Students accepted to Columbia's Mailman School of Public Health had a much lower average quantitative score of 158, along with a higher verbal average of 159. Columbia Business School Master of Science in Marketing students who took the GRE received mean scores of 166 quantitative and 155 verbal. Sectional score expectations at Columbia can vary substantially by degree offering. Students applying to graduate school are encouraged to review all available data to calculate their own minimum target scores. Comparing these values with Manhattan Review's diagnostic assessments will provide a good starting point for GRE preparation.
Manhattan Review's GRE private tutoring and GRE prep courses have helped our students get accepted to graduate programs at top universities such as Harvard, MIT, Stanford, Brown, Yale, Princeton, Dartmouth, the University of Chicago, the University of Pennsylvania, Carnegie Mellon, UC Berkeley, Georgetown, Johns Hopkins, Duke, Emory, and many more. After completing their master's or doctoral degrees, our former GRE clients have succeeded in a variety of careers in the public and private sectors. They've been hired by Fortune 500 companies (such as Wells Fargo, American Airlines Group, World Fuel Services, and Northwestern Mutual) and Amsterdam businesses (including Maxeda, Delta Lloyd Group, Arcadis, and WeTransfer). They've been hired by government agencies, schools, research institutions, and philanthropic organizations. Whatever you wish to accomplish, a strong graduate school application is an absolute necessity. Manhattan Review's GRE prep services in Amsterdam will help you present a convincing case for graduate school admission.
GRE Private Tutoring
I would like to let you know that I took the GRE on Monday, December 6th and earned a score of 1200 (600 verbal, 600 quantitative). I think that I did very well on the essay portion of the test as well but won't receive those scores in the mail for a couple weeks or so. I would like to thank my instructor (George S.) and Manhattan Review for helping me to increase my score so much (I got a 1050 the first time I took the GRE in 2002) Thank you very much.
- Tamara (This student took a GRE class)
Primary Course Venue:
Radisson Blu Hotel
Amsterdam 1012 CK
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Hermann T. has been a GRE prep tutor and classroom instructor in the United States and Europe since 2008. Originally from Berlin, Germany, he is a graduate of the University of Michigan (bachelor's degree in history) and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (master's degree in history). He has lived in Amsterdam since 2015, where he also works as a freelance writer, editor, and researcher.
Hermann's GRE students have been accepted to graduate degree programs in the liberal arts and sciences at several selective public and private universities. He is known as a creative teacher who is always developing fresh approaches to GRE instruction, and his students appreciate his enthusiasm and dedication. In his spare time, Hermann is a film buff, and he especially enjoys historical drama.