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If you’re applying to grad school, chances are you’ve got a lot on your plate. Whether you’re finishing up your undergraduate degree, working full-time, or just stressing about the application process while busy with life, the last thing you need is another thing to worry about. That’s why our GRE programs prioritize flexibility and customization on the way to getting you a great score.

No matter your schedule, no matter your score goals, no matter your timeline—we’ve got you covered.

Why Graduate Students Choose Inspirica Pros for GRE Tutoring

One-on-One Tutoring

Through our online GRE tutoring program, you will be matched with a qualified tutor who will work one-on-one with you to identify your strengths and weaknesses and help you get ready for the GRE.

Best-In-Class GRE Tutors

You can be sure that you are receiving professional assistance from teachers who are GRE experts as all of our tutors undergo a rigorous vetting procedure to ensure that you're getting the best tutoring possible.

Improve Your GRE Score

We are proud to offer some of the best GRE tutoring available, and with our assistance, you can raise your GRE score and gain admission into your desired graduate program.

Master the GRE With Help From The Best 1-on-1 Tutors Around

The sheer number and variety of programs that accept the Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) for admissions can be intimidating, but really it should be just the opposite: even if you have no idea what you want to do with your life in two years—or next week—you can prep for the GRE knowing that a high score will provide you with a wealth of options. And we know just the people to help you get that high score.

Increase Your Chances of Getting a 165 on the GRE

The average score of all GRE test takers is 153/150, and the average score of students accepted into the top 5 schools is 164. With our expert GRE tutoring sessions, you’ll have the skills & strategies you need to increase you score, improve your chances of getting into some of the best graduate programs in the country, and cement yourself as a highly competitive graduate program applicant. 

Learn From Expert Tutors Who Know The GRE Inside & Out

Our GRE tutoring process isn’t just about reviewing example questions & teaching you tips for the exam, rather, we try to figure out your specific strengths & weaknesses as they relate to the GRE. We seek to understand your underperformance, and then continuously adapt our tutoring to provide you an understanding of what’s preventing you from achieving your target GRE score (and how to effectively correct those issues). 

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We have been offering professional 1:1 instruction to clients all over the world for more than 30 years. Our top-tier team of qualified instructors tailors the learning process to the demands of each individual student, opening up fast routes to better results while putting sensitivity and confidentiality first. Our Pros also have all they need to help you maximize your outcomes and reduce your stress because they are equipped with our diagnostics and learning tools that are among the best in the business.

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Meet Some of Our Featured GRE Tutors

Craig Cartier

Craig Cartier is an inspiring London-based tutor of GMAT, ACT, and SAT who uses his background in technology, business, and sports to bring the best out of his students. For over fifteen years, Craig’s coaching has helped clients earn top scores and win admission to top 20 MBA and world-class undergraduate programs worldwide, with a particular focus in Europe. He believes that with the right preparation, focus, desire, and of course, the right tutor, anyone can reach his or her exam goals. The owner of a 99th percentile score in the GMAT, ACT, and SAT, he also believes that more important than the score of a tutor is his/her ability to connect with, inspire, and instill confidence in students.

Steve Brachman

A veteran test-prep tutor who taught his first classroom course in 1997, Steven has focused almost exclusively on the GMAT since 2008. Apart from possessing comprehensive classroom teaching experience beyond the formal GMAT course that included all workshops, numerous marketing events and significant content creation, Steven has worked with hundreds of aspiring B-School applicants on a customized one-on-one tutoring basis in helping them reach their goals and earn admission to their targeted schools. As the author of a GMAT Math Foundation book, Steven is convinced that far too many GMAT students remain woefully unprepared on test-day.

Taylor Beyer

Taylor Beyer

Taylor tutors for a variety of exams including the SAT, ACT, SHSAT, SSAT, and ISEE, and has been helping students achieve their admissions test goals since 2016. She believes in a three-factor approach that emphasizes mastery of exam content, test-taking strategies, and familiarity with the test itself. Combining her strong sense of empathy and years of unique and varied experience, Taylor works with her students to create individualized preparation plans that ensure they maximize existing strengths while learning new skills. By providing her students an active role in the planning process, she helps them build confidence and decision-making skills – both of which are vital to competitive test-taking.

Erik Kolb

Before joining Noodle Pros, Erik taught a wide variety of subjects both in the classroom and one-on-one for a nationally-recognized test prep company from 2005 to 2018. He has worked with thousands of students of all ages and score levels and has helped them to meet and often exceed their score goals. His goal when working with students is always first and foremost to help them to be prepared, confident, and ready to meet any testing challenge they may face. Moreover, Erik’s deep knowledge of undergraduate and graduate admissions makes him an outstanding resource for students who need help with their application process, whether it’s choosing the right school or crafting the perfect essay.

Rachel Flynn

Rachel, Flynn is a standardized test and academic tutor with over a decade of test prep, study skills, college admissions and academic prep experience. In her 10 years of New York tutoring (and a few up in Boston for good measure) she's helped hundreds of students hit their testing goals, focus their energies and organizational skills for schoolwork, and get more time back on the things they ACTUALLY enjoy. With experience on admissions teams for multiple top tier colleges and universities, and a background in materials creation and learning disabilities/testing codes, sheparticularly love helping students figure out exactly which techniques and goals work for them.

Amanda Clarie Buckley

During her sessions, she encourages curiosity and laughter, aiming to disarm students who might be easily distracted or uncomfortable.. Amanda is first and foremost an advocate of the Socratic Method. She opens most sessions by reminding her students that I don’t know is not just a permissible answer but an encouraged one. From there, she teaches them how to solve more than one question on one test; instead, they learn what to do when faced with any question that might be overwhelming or unfamiliar, Amanda wants her students to have the confidence to trust their critical thinking skills. Her teaching style has earned praise from supervisors, parents, and, most importantly, students themselves.

Our Results-Driven Approach To GRE Tutoring

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From the very first intake conversation, our team will work to understand your personality, your strengths, and your areas for growth in order to match you to the perfect GRE tutor. An optimal tutor-student match means a smoother start to the tutoring process and less stress and anxiety throughout.

Program Individualization

Once tutoring is underway, your Pro will continually work to cater the learning experience to your specific needs. From the way study material is presented to the practice work between tutoring sessions, you’ll learn on your terms and have everything you need to succeed on the GRE.

Continued Guidance

Our Pros are more than just content masters—they’re learning experts who are there to support you in every way possible throughout the GRE tutoring process. And in addition to your tutor, there’s an entire team behind the scenes ready to help the program run smoothly from start to finish.

Frequently Asked Questions About GRE Tutoring & Prep

It's a common question that many people ask themselves when they're preparing for the GRE: "Is GRE tutoring worth it?" And, if so, how much can it help me? Well, there are many benefits to using a tutor as you prepare for the test:

 

1) A tutor can help you identify weaknesses and improve on them.

 

2) A tutor can give you an objective perspective on your strengths and weaknesses compared to other test-takers.

 

3) A tutor can explain the format of each section in a way that helps you understand what types of questions will be asked, how they will be asked, and how to approach them.

 

4) A tutor can teach you strategies that will help you improve your scores on all three sections of the GRE (Reading Comprehension, Sentence Completion, and Critical Reasoning).

 

The cost of a GRE tutoring session varies from tutor to tutor. Tutors at Inspirica Pros charge by the hour, which can range from $100 to $1000 an hour. Others charge per page of practice problems completed, which can be as low as $1 per page. And some tutors charge by the session, which can range from $200 to $500 or more depending on how many hours are included in the price.

When looking for a good GRE tutor, it's important to find one who has experience teaching the subject matter and has taught at least one student who has gotten into a top program at an elite university like Harvard or Stanford. Additionally, you will want to look for the following qualities:

 

1. A passion for teaching

GRE tutors should love what they do. This passion will come through in their teaching style and help them connect with students on an emotional level.

 

2. A strong work ethic

GRE tutors should be committed to helping students succeed on the GRE. They should also be able to work independently and meet deadlines without much supervision from their clients or employers.

 

3. They understand how the test is scored

A good GRE tutor will understand how the test is scored and how best to prepare you for it. They need to be familiar with the format of the test and all its nuances so that they can help you get your highest score.

 

4.  They are good at explaining things clearly

A good GRE tutor will explain concepts clearly and patiently until everyone understands them. They will not try to rush through explanations or skip over parts that might seem difficult or boring — instead, they will take the time necessary to make sure everyone understands everything clearly.

GRE tutoring sessions are structured to give you the most benefit in the shortest amount of time. The first part of your session will be spent reviewing concepts that you need to learn and understand for the exam. We’ll teach those concepts through practice problems, which will help you build up your confidence and familiarity with the material. The second part of your session will be spent answering specific questions about sections of the GRE that are giving you trouble. Our tutors are trained to focus on specific areas where students typically have trouble so they can give personalized advice on how to improve your score.

The GRE is a difficult test to pass. But, it's not impossible.

 

The test is designed to assess your ability to meet the demands of graduate school, so it's not just an IQ test. It tests your grasp of logic and mathematics, as well as your ability to interpret information and write clearly.

 

But if you prepare properly, you can improve your chances of success. The GRE is a multiple choice exam with plenty of sample questions available online that will help you get a feel for the format and content of the test. A good prep course will provide you with invaluable practice questions and tips on how to approach each section of the exam.

 

Once you're ready, taking a practice test under timed conditions will give you an idea of how well prepared you are for the real thing.

Some people take two or three months to prepare for the exam, while others study for just one month. If you have six weeks or less before your test date, you may want to consider signing up for one or two sessions per week. That will give you more time to practice and become comfortable with the material that was covered during those sessions.

The GRE is a very difficult test. It requires a lot of time and effort to prepare for it, and you can't expect to do well on it without putting in some serious effort.

 

This is particularly true if you haven't been studying for months prior to taking the exam, or if you're taking it for the first time. In either case, you should expect to spend at least a couple of hours every day studying for at least two months before taking the exam.

 

If possible, try to study all day long during this two month period.

If you've already taken the exam once or twice before, then your preparation time will depend on how well you did last time around and how much energy you want to put into improving your score this time around.

 

If your previous scores were less than stellar (say below 150), then it's likely that there are areas where you need improvement and that these areas are worth focusing on during your preparation period before attempting the test again.

 

On the other hand, if your previous scores were good (say above 160) then perhaps some additional practice may be all that's necessary before re-taking the test again.

An Overview of the GRE Exam Format

The GRE, or Graduate Record Examinations, is a computer-adaptive test used for admissions into graduate programs in the United States, Canada, and some other countries. The exam, which takes about 3 hours and 45 minutes to complete, contains three sections: an Verbal Section covering vocabulary & reading comprehension, a Quantitative Analysis section focused on arithmetic, algebra, and geometry, and an Analytical Writing section which consists of an essay where students must analyze and issue or an argument. 

An explanation of the GRE sections

I had eight days until I was going to be taking the GRE for the second time. I had tried other tutors previously who did not understand my learning style and did not provide the tools I needed to succeed. I was juggling finishing my applications for business school and polishing essays. If things did not go well – I was not going to be applying for my MBA this year. There was a lot going on in my life. I desperately needed to find the right person. Enter Jonathan Arak. Everything I ever wanted from previous tutors – and lacked, Jonathan possessed, exceeding my wildest expectations. He tailored our sessions to how I learned – something deeply meaningful for someone coming from a learning disabled background. He taught me the effective strategies to excel on the exam – even going above and beyond what other tutors did - even something as simple as organizing scratch paper. Each day on our tight schedule, he was attentive and available, texting me about homework and problems, inquiring if I had completed my assignments or had any questions. More than anything he was kind, patient, and helped me get in the proper mindset to do well on the exam. Jonathan gave me a fighting chance to get into business school this year. He is part tutor, part psychiatrist, and all around great individual. He is hands down the most expensive tutor I have ever used, but he is worth every penny.

David J.

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