GRE Private Tutoring in Copenhagen (Denmark)
High scores on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) are usually necessary for acceptance into graduate degree offerings at selective universities. Manhattan Review in Copenhagen offers several effective preparation services for the GRE, such as GRE classroom instruction (available either on-site in Copenhagen or online), GRE private tutoring (which meets at mutually agreeable sites in Copenhagen), and GRE practice tests. Manhattan Review students have been learning how to master GRE content, study techniques, and testing strategies since 1999, and we have produced thousands of high GRE scores for our test prep clients in Europe, South America, North America, Africa, and Asia. Manhattan Review's GRE teachers are the most qualified GRE prep tutors and classroom instructors in Copenhagen, and their credentials include degrees from elite universities, substantial teaching experience, and superior test scores. Become a Manhattan Review student today by contacting our Copenhagen office for more information on our local GRE prep services. We're available by phone, online, or email to provide details on our GRE services and answer all of your questions.
Elite GRE scores will help almost any student impress admissions officials and convince faculty members that an applicant has the academic skills necessary to succeed in graduate school. Selective programs receive many more applications than they can accept, and test scores are one of the primary criteria by which prospective students are screened. Low acceptance rates and high average GRE scores almost always go together in university admissions, and students with upper-percentile GRE scores will usually be able to choose from multiple offers of admission. At Harvard University's Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, for example, the average accepted student received GRE scores of 163 verbal (the 92nd percentile of all test-takers) and 166 quantitative (the 91st percentile). Graduate applicants to Harvard's biophysics program submitted average GRE scores of about 160 verbal and 170 quantitative, but the mean scores of accepted students were approximately 164 verbal and 170 quantitative. This shows that higher scores on the ostensibly less relevant GRE sections can give applicants a substantial advantage.
Manhattan Review has helped clients around the world become successful graduate applicants to top universities such as Harvard, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Stanford, the University of Chicago, Princeton, Oxford, Carnegie Mellon, Cambridge, the London School of Economics, King's College, Johns Hopkins, the University of Toronto, the University of Edinburgh, McGill, Georgetown, and many more. Countless Manhattan Review students have been hired by Fortune 500 companies, including Berkshire Hathaway, New York Life Insurance, Microsoft, JP Morgan Chase, and Bank of America. Many of our former Copenhagen students have secured lucrative positions with GN Store Nord, Finansbanken, Edition Wilhelm Hansen, NKT Holding, Biomega, and other important Copenhagen companies. High scores on the GRE are eminently helpful to graduate school admissions, and workers with graduate degrees from top schools are highly sought after in the job market. With Manhattan Review's GRE prep courses and private tutoring in Copenhagen, you can start preparing right away for success in the 21st century workplace.
GRE Private Tutoring
My first class in Manhattan Review was a very good class. George is a very good teacher.
- Hugo (This student took our GRE course.)
Crowne Plaza CopenHagen Towers
Orestads BouleVard 114-118
Copenhagen 2300, Denmark
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Leopold P. ("Leo" to his friends and students) is originally from Worcester, Massachusetts. He completed a bachelor's degree in liberal studies at Georgetown University and a master of arts in teaching at Northeastern University. Prior to his relocation to Copenhagen in 2015, he was a secondary school teacher in the Boston area. He has been a GRE prep tutor and classroom instructor for the past seven years, and has now taught GRE prep to several hundred students.
Leo's GRE clients have come from almost every subject that requires the GRE for graduate study. His past students have been applicants to programs in biology, anthropology, economics, music, history, engineering, computer science, and many other academic disciplines. "With so many different types of students, my teaching absolutely has to be flexible," he says. "I've developed a basic framework for GRE instruction, but I can include specific methodologies that work with the academic strengths of every student."