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I am qualified to tutor for the GRE because I have passed the GRE myself. I know the math portion very well, and I have proven methods to solving such problems. I also can instruct the reading portion since I have a good grasp of the type of question that would appear in that section. I have been tutoring students in math for around 25 years. I have tutored students in various branches of math ranging from arithmetic to calculus. I have tutored students as young as my nephews as well as students older than my mother. My methods in mathematics have been proven to work well. Many of my past clie [more]

I obtained a perfect score on the GRE Quantitative section and I know firsthand the doors that can open as a result from a good GRE score. The admissions officers at Columbia strongly implied that the reason I was accepted to their Data Science program was my exemplary GRE score. I have been tutoring the GRE Quantitative section for over a year and have helped students get grades as high as 168 out of 170; good enough to get into Harvard Business School for the student I helped! Because of my experience and expertise, I am confident that I can provide the very best instruction available anywhe [more]

Let's not mince words: the GRE is an annoying hurdle on the way to a graduate degree that, more likely than not, has nothing to do with anything on the GRE. The new test format scares a lot people unnecessarily and the math, for those of us who haven't done math since high school, is a seemingly impossible task. The good news is that the math is all easy, once you relearn it, and the new format actually makes the Verbal questions far more reason-based instead of memorization-based. If you've never really mastered the whole Standardized Test thing before, rest assured, I can help you do that. [more]

(Verbal: 169, Quantitative: 164) I scored in the 99th percentile when I took the GRE (October 2015), and I have experience tutoring the Qualitative and Quantitative sections of the GRE. I teach the actual material that the test-makers want students to know as well as shortcuts and tricks based on your learning style. I moved to New York in 2016 after a summer volunteering abroad as an ESL teacher and curriculum developer. Before that, I studied English and Linguistics at UCLA while helping other undergrads polish essays for lower and upper-division classes. I also taught fifth-graders creative [more]

I hold a doctorate degree in theoretical physics and have tutored more than 3000 students (over 10,000 individual sessions) in Physics and Math broadly defined. As a Professor of Physics and as an expert, I have tutored students at all levels of Education ranging from K-12 all the way up to Ph.D. My students have participated and won first prize in the National Olympiads in Physics got accepted into top national colleges. As a student, I have consistently topped my class with a 4.0 GPA. In ... [more]

Hello! My name is Justin. I'm a new arrival to NYC; I just finished up an MS from Stanford in energy and climate policy, and have started my PhD in Economics and sustainable development at Columbia. My undergraduate was in chemical engineering and chemistry, so math and the sciences are my forte. I have been a tutor for the past 5 years, specializing in chemistry, physics, calculus, SAT math, and SAT critical reading. Over the past 3 summers, I have been a critical reading teacher for clas... [more]

I specialize in high-level English writing skills for university students who need to handle complex subject matter in research papers, including Ph.D. dissertations. I can work with students whose first language is from anywhere in the world. My specialty is helping refine English that lacks clarity and idiomatic sophistication, and giving it elegance and complex precision. We work with a student's first draft and conversationally explore the full range of what she-he wishes to convey.... [more]

I have extensive experience tutoring standardized tests. For the past 7 years, I have taught over 400 students and still counting. I scored in the 99th percentile on all the tests I teach, and, perhaps more importantly, My system works. Standardized tests aren't easy, but they are predictable. Over the years I've developed my own set of proprietary lesson materials that complement the material I use from other sources, and have worked out a process that has helped every student I've ever work... [more]

Hello! I graduated from Johns Hopkins University with a double major in applied math and biology. My GPA was 3.5 and I worked in a biophysics lab on campus. During my first year of college at Swarthmore College, I played soccer for the women's varsity team. I love animals and grew up in Ardsley with two dogs, which is also where I attended high school. I love sharing knowledge. In high school, I was a camp counselor for one summer. I am very excited about tutoring because I enjoy explaini... [more]

I have been tutoring GRE for over 20 years, since back when it was a paper and pencil exam with analogies and antonyms. I have written numerous books on GRE Preparation and have designed testing engines for the section level adaptive test. The GRE is my favorite subject to tutor. I guarantee that I can fix your score. I have been tutoring SAT, GRE, GMAT, and LSAT students for over 20 years. I have written numerous course and books, specifically on the SAT, the GRE, and Summer Programs for Teenagers. For the last five years I have focused intently on the GRE and have developed a unique peda [more]

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