Best GRE Test Prep Tutoring in Doha
Manhattan Review is an American educational services company that offers Graduate Record Examination (GRE) private tutoring, GRE prep courses, and GRE practice tests for prospective graduate school applicants in Doha. Our company has been preparing students around the world for upper-percentile GRE scores and admission to elite post-secondary institutions since 1999. Manhattan Review clients have been accepted to world-class graduate programs at Yale, Princeton, Brown, Stanford, Harvard, Georgetown, Oxford, the University of London, and numerous other top schools. The GRE is an admissions requirement for graduate degrees in the liberal arts and sciences. Additionally, a number of top business schools will accept the GRE as an MBA admissions test, including UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business, Harvard Business School, the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business, and the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania (our students have also been accepted to all of these programs). With over 655,000 annual test-takers, no other standardized graduate admissions exam is more widely administered than the GRE. Manhattan Review's GRE prep services in Doha and other world cities have secured high GRE scores for countless students.
Most graduate programs receive far more applications than they have available seats. This is especially true among the more highly ranked institutions. Admissions committees need objective criteria in order to make admissions decisions, and the GRE is viewed as one of these. It is often difficult to assess the academic rigor of the tens of thousands of undergraduate programs that graduate school applicants have completed. As a standardized test that is largely the same across all administrations, the GRE is seen as an independent measure of certain skills needed in graduate school. The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Harvard University, for instance, receives slightly over 7,000 annual applications for about 640 places, or an approximately 9% acceptance rate. With such a high volume of applications, it is easy to see why the GSAS requires the GRE in all of its departments. Harvard does not have any university-wide minimum GRE standards, but average GRE scores of accepted students show how strongly the GRE is considered. To cite one specific example, graduate students in the Chemistry Department averaged 163 verbal, 166 quantitative (both in the 92nd percentile), and 4.5 analytical writing (the 80th percentile).
In a competitive admissions process, prospective graduate students should take full advantage of every opportunity to distinguish themselves. The GRE is one of the most important of these opportunities. Manhattan Review's GRE private tutoring and prep courses effectively prepare our students for superior GRE scores and acceptance to the caliber of graduate programs that lead to future professional success. Our past students have been hired by many of the world's best companies, including Fortune 500 firms such as Bank of America, Archer Daniels Midland, and United Technologies, not to mention Qatar Steel, Muntazah Oryx Investments, Gulf Drilling International, and other Doha organizations. We hope that you'll get in touch with Manhattan Review right away, so we can give you more information about how our GRE prep services for Doha students can help get you accepted to graduate school and on your way to a fulfilling professional life.
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My first class in Manhattan Review was a very good class. George is a very good teacher.
- Hugo (This student took our GRE course.)
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Meet a Doha GRE Tutor: Shaquille C.
Shaquille C. is a native of Port of Spain, Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. He completed a bachelor's degree in political science and a master's degree in international studies at Johns Hopkins University. His GRE scores were 168 verbal, 166 quantitative, and 5.5 analytical writing. He has been a GRE tutor since 2013, and has also taught SAT and TOEFL prep.
Shaquille describes his approach to teaching as a combination of student-centered techniques and strategies with broad effectiveness. "Certain general pedagogical principles apply to all students," he says. "I use that framework to implement specific learning programs that are geared toward individual GRE prep needs." When he's not tutoring, Shaquille is a busy freelance writer and editor for various educational companies.