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How to find an excellent GRE tutor


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  • 1 month later...

Things to look for:

1. Experience

2. Friendly, down-to-earth style. Communication skill is way more important than their math GRE score...

3. Uses official materials

4. Is independent (doesn’t work for a big company like The Princeton Review or Manhattan Prep).

5. Charges a lot (sounds crazy, but good, experienced tutors are almost never cheap). You get what you pay for.

I would offer that the very most important thing a math tutor can tell you is how to study outside of the tutoring sessions.

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