Pricing & Packages

The packages listed below are based on 90 minute sessions. The frequency and length of sessions are flexible, though most students find one or two 90 minute sessions per week to be ideal. We require a first-time minimum purchase of three 90 minute sessions (the First Time Package) due to the significant amount of preparation that tutors perform in advance of the first few sessions. Although we have found the options listed below to be well aligned with our students' needs, we are happy to develop customized packages.

Service Standard Tier Senior Tier Guru Tier Master Tier
Hourly Rate $110/hr $150/hr $220/hr $270/hr
First Time Package
3 90-minute sessions, 4.5 hours
$495 $675 $990 $1215
Most students use the three session package to address finite areas of the exam or specific problem types. Because we believe that tutoring is an iterative process, three sessions is the minimum number that we offer. The three session package is a good way to get your feet wet, evaluate the amount of tutoring you’ll ultimately need, and see if you feel comfortable with a tutor. We are always happy to apply your first payment to one of our longer discounted packages.
Comprehensive Package, 5% off
16 90-minute sessions, 24 hours
$2508 $3420 $5016 $6156

Our preferred approach to the GRE offers complete coverage of the exam: verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, and analytical writing. We review general test strategy and time management extensively. Students typically complete no fewer than six (untimed and timed) practice exams.

We devote five to seven sessions to verbal reasoning. Beginning with a review of argument structure and logic, we cover all major and minor verbal reasoning question types - reading comprehension, text completion, sentence equivalence - and ultimately address section strategy and timing.

We devote five to seven sessions to quantitative reasoning. We cover all major and minor quantitative reasoning question types - multiple choice, numeric entry, and quantitative comparison - and ultimately address section strategy and timing. Major topics include arithmetic (integers, operations, exponents, radicals, and ratios), algebra (factoring, simplification, equations, and inequalities), geometry (coordinate geometry, triangles, circles, polygons, the Pythagorean theorem), and data analysis (statistics, tables/graphs, probability, and combinatorics).

We devote two to three sessions to analytical writing. We cover both sections of the analytical writing portion of the exam: the “analyze an issue” task and the “analyze an argument” task. Beginning with a review of basic logic and arguments, we examine the types of prompts most common to the GRE and the methodology required to consistently produce successful essays in the allotted time. We devote the majority of session time and homework to writing, critiquing, and revising essays on a range of representative prompts.

Planning Ahead Package, 10% off
20 90-minute sessions, 30 hours
$2970 $4050 $5940 $7290

Because the GRE heavily rewards repetition and coverage, we offer this package to students who would prefer to space their preparation out over a longer duration and complete additional practice exams. As in the Comprehensive Package, we offer a complete coverage of the GRE: verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, and analytical writing. We review general test strategy and time management extensively. Students typically complete no fewer than ten (untimed and timed) practice exams.

We devote seven to eight sessions to verbal reasoning. Beginning with a review of argument structure and logic, we cover all major and minor verbal reasoning question types - reading comprehension, text completion, sentence equivalence - and ultimately address section strategy and timing.

We devote eight to ten sessions to quantitative reasoning. We cover all major and minor quantitative reasoning question types - multiple choice, numeric entry, and quantitative comparison - and ultimately address section strategy and timing. Major topics include arithmetic (integers, operations, exponents, radicals, and ratios), algebra (factoring, simplification, equations, and inequalities), geometry (coordinate geometry, triangles, circles, polygons, and the Pythagorean theorem), and data analysis (statistics, tables/graphs, probability, and combinatorics).

We devote two to three sessions to analytical writing. We cover both sections of the the analytical writing portion of the exam: the “analyze an issue” task and the “analyze an argument” task. Beginning with a review of basic logic and arguments, we examine the types of prompts most common to the GRE and the methodology required to consistently produce successful essays in the allotted time. We devote the majority of session time and homework to writing, critiquing, and revising essays on a range of representative prompts.

 

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