GRE Tutors in Atlanta
The GRE or Graduate Record Exam is the primary test used to determine admission to many graduate level programs in a number of disciplines. The test focuses on math and English skills at an advanced level. Our professional tutors can help prepare you to take this demanding test.
What is the GRE?
Embarking on your graduate school journey? The GRE (Graduate Record Examination) is a crucial milestone, serving as a global yardstick for assessing your readiness for graduate-level challenges.
Administered by ETS, this computer-based test evaluates your analytical writing, verbal reasoning, and quantitative reasoning skills, essential for success in graduate, business, or law programs.
The GRE breaks down into three main sections:
- 1 Analytical Writing Assessment section
- 2 Verbal Reasoning sections
- 2 Quantitative Reasoning sections
There's also potential unscored or research sections that don't affect your final score:
- Unscored (either Verbal Reasoning or Quantitative Reasoning)
- Research (used for ETS research purposes)
GRE Score Range
A high score not only enhances your application but also demonstrates your preparedness for rigorous academic work. With average scores ranging around 152 for Verbal, 156 for Quantitative, and 4.0 for Writing, aiming high can significantly impact your admission prospects.
Effective preparation goes beyond cramming; it's about building a deep understanding and strategy for tackling the test's demands. As of September 2023, the overall test time is about 1 hour and 58 minutes.
GRE tutoring can dramatically improve your preparation process, offering personalized strategies and insights that cater to your strengths and weaknesses.
Achieving a standout GRE score with Northside Tutoring's help can be your key to unlocking the doors to your desired graduate, business, or law school.
Northside's Featured GRE Tutor
Max Pincus is a graduate of Stanford University, where he studied Mathematical and Computational Sciences with a minor in Economics. He has complete advanced coursework in Probability, Stochastic Modeling, Game Theory, Econometrics, Decision Modeling, and Combinatorics. He has experience tutoring students of all ages, from elementary school to Stanford undergraduates. He also has volunteer experience in New Orleans, Costa Rica, and Lake Tahoe.
In High School, Max received a 1560 on the SAT, an 800 on the Math 2 Subject Test, and a 5 on AP tests in Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Statistics, Biology, and Physics. He also attended the Program in Mathematics for Young Scientists and Boston University Tanglewood Institute. Max enjoys tutoring in general, but specializes in Algebra, Geometry, Calculus, Statistics, Physics, Economics, Latin, and SAT/ACT test prep. Outside of academics, Max enjoys exercising, watching and analyzing baseball, playing and listening to music, and playing Magic: the Gathering.