GRE Private Tutoring in Stockholm (Sweden)

GRE Tutoring in Stockholm

Graduate school applicants in Stockholm can effectively prepare for the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) with Manhattan Review's flexible course offerings. We provide GRE instruction in a variety of comprehensive formats, including on-site GRE group classes, virtual GRE instruction in online interactive format, and customized GRE tutoring in one-on-one format. We also offer authentic GRE practice tests that reflect the content, structure, and timing of the real GRE, allowing both students and teachers to precisely assess skill development and progress. Established in 1999, Manhattan Review is one of the world's most experienced international test prep firms, and thousands of students in Europe, Asia, Africa, North America, and South America have benefited from our instruction. Our GRE offerings are distinguished by innovative approaches to GRE teaching and the industry's most rigorous course syllabi and course materials. Manhattan Review has assembled a team of superior GRE tutors and classroom instructors, all of whom bring substantial credentials and experience to an engaging GRE learning process. With Manhattan Review in Stockholm, you can start improving your GRE skills immediately.

The GRE is an assessment that is administered by Educational Testing Service (ETS), a non-profit education group. ETS tracks and publishes data on the total group of test-takers, which can be useful for students in the early stages of preparing for the GRE. According to ETS, the mean GRE verbal score over the past three years is about 150. A verbal score of 150 is in the 48th percentile of all test administrations, meaning that about 52% of test-takers receive higher scores. A GRE verbal score of 160 is well above average at the 86th percentile, and a verbal score of 165 (the 96th percentile) can be considered elite. The overall mean quantitative score is slightly higher at 152, representing the 47th percentile. GRE quantitative scores of 165 or higher and 168 and above are received by just 11% and 6% of all test-takers respectively. The mean score for GRE analytical writing is approximately 3.5, with a score of 5.0 in the 93rd percentile.

Selective universities generally seek students in the top 10% of all test-takers, especially on the GRE sections that most directly apply to a given academic discipline. Manhattan Review students have pursued and completed master's and/or doctoral degrees at top-notch schools such as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Stanford, Harvard, Yale, Johns Hopkins, Princeton, the University of Virginia, the University of California-Berkeley, Carnegie Mellon, Cambridge, King's College London, Oxford, the University of Edinburgh, the University of Michigan, the University of California-Los Angeles, the California Institute of Technology, and a number of others. Thousands of former Manhattan Review students now hold lucrative and rewarding positions with Fortune 500 companies, such as World Fuel Services, CVS Health, JP Morgan Chase, Archer Daniels Midland, and State Farm Insurance. Some of our past GRE clients are now employed by great companies based in Stockholm, including Swedbank, Ericsson, Iptor Supply Chain Systems, Kairos Future, and Seamless Distribution Systems. Start preparing for a successful future by contacting Manhattan Review via email, by phone, or online for more information on our Stockholm GRE prep courses and GRE private tutoring.

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

Stockholm

Primary Course Venue:

Sheraton Stockholm Hotel
Tegelbacken 6
Stockholm 101 23, Sweden

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

Meet a Stockholm GRE Tutor: Alistair R.

Alistair R. was born and raised in London, England, and both of his parents are Swedish immigrants. He was educated at George Washington University, where he completed a bachelor's degree in political science and a master's degree in international relations. He moved to Stockholm with his wife and two children in 2016, and he enjoys everything about living in the city.

Alistair has been teaching one-on-one tutoring sessions and group courses for the GRE, both on-site and online, for the past seven years. Before relocating to Stockholm, he taught GRE prep in the Washington, DC area, where he also worked for a prominent think tank. He is presently teaching GRE prep on a full-time basis. His hobbies include woodworking, playing darts, and bowling.