The GRE is the most widely accepted admissions test for graduate schools, including many business programs. To get a top score, you need proficiency with a wide array of mathematical topics, a strong vocabulary, and the ability to analyze several types of reading passages.

I will work with you to develop a study plan based on your needs, strengths, and goals, and will continually adapt my approach as you make progress. I have received a 335 (out of 340) on the official GRE. 

I also tutor the GMAT, so if you are considering a program that accepts both exams, I can help you decide which is best for you.

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The Quantitative section is the most difficult for many students, who may not have studied formal mathematics for several years. Questions involve algebra, geometry, data analysis, and statistics, and are presented in multiple formats: fill-in-the-blank, multiple choice, and quantitative comparison. I will guide you through the core concepts and explore the many ways that the creators of the GRE make questions more difficult. I always use high-quality materials, including a large selection of official content.


The Verbal section presents unique challenges in reading comprehension and vocabulary. I will help you break down reading passages into their essential parts and guide you through choosing the best answer to each question. For vocabulary questions, I will teach you how to examine the sentence for context clues and use what you already know to determine the meaning of unknown words.

Analytical Writing

The GRE contains two essays. The first requires you to take a stance on an issue and defend your choice; the other requires you to evaluate an argument. You'll learn how to analyze the passage, outline your writing, and craft a essays that can earn you a perfect score. 

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