Boston GRE Prep Tutor
The GRE is a graduate admissions test for most graduate programs and many business programs. It tests analytical reasoning, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking, and analytical writing skills. It consists of three sections, each with two tasks: Analytical Writing, Verbal Reasoning, and Quantitative Reasoning. Each task takes 30 minutes, for a total of 60 minutes per section. The most important sections are generally Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning, although the specific section and score you need depends on the program you’re applying to.
My teaching style
Most test preparation companies try to convince you that the GRE is impossibly difficult, and it’s only with their help that you might possibly survive it. I don’t believe this. The GRE is hard, but it’s not impossible. It’s irresponsible of an educator to intimidate their students, and so I do the opposite.
My teaching style strives to make the GRE seem conquerable. I provide a clear roadmap to success, easy to understand techniques and strategies to get there, and continual encouragement and support to my students. My goal is solely to make my students succeed on the GGRE with a minimum amount of stress on their part. That’s it.
What comes with a tutoring package
- An easy to follow, thorough study plan
- Copies of my comprehensive guides The Clear, Simple Guides to the GRE
- Unlimited email support
- Structured, helpful tutoring sessions
My name is Trevor Klee. After graduating from Princeton, I worked as a tutor in Singapore, tutoring undergraduate and graduate exams. While there, I learned the ins and outs of the GRE, eventually getting myself to a 170V/166Q. From there I moved to Boston, and decided to dedicate myself to Boston GRE prep, as well as to other graduate level exams. This culminated in an appointment as the GRE Instructor for MIT‘s Laureates and Leaders Program.