GRE, GMAT, and LSAT classes and tutoring. We believe that learning should be fun and exciting. We accomplish this by keeping our classes small — no more than 12 students — and by hiring teachers ...read more...
GRE, GMAT, and LSAT classes and tutoring. We believe that learning should be fun and exciting. We accomplish this by keeping our classes small — no more than 12 students — and by hiring teachers who are gifted at explaining concepts in a simple and fun way. To help you through it all, we offer free extra help every Friday and a curriculum stacked with innovative drills and techniques to help you achieve your best score. History Established in 2005. We founded Griffon Prep on a very simple premise: that the skills that underlie successful test-taking could be taught and learned. When it came to standardize exams, there seemed to be two groups: those who simply “got it”, and those who struggled. We designed our curriculum around the core principles tested on each exam, but also began to emphasize the strategic thinking skills behind successful exam-taking. Our curriculum focuses not just on explaining correct and incorrect answers, but also on the creative problem solving skills needed in order to answer the really tough questions. Since the most effective learning comes from a small, fun classroom environment, we decided to limit our classes to no more than 12 students, to offer free extra help every Friday, and to go out of our way to attract bright, friendly instructors with a keen sense of humor who make class a truly enjoyable experience.
About The Provider:
I have always loved standardized exams. There's something supremely rewarding about conquering a well-written exam. You have to understand the concepts, but you also have to contrive a solid strategy, be able to think on your feet when you hit something new, and even be a bit clever at spotting little traps and pitfalls. In this way, standardized exams are a lot like a good game of chess or a well-executed football play. When I discovered that there was an entire industry devoted to standardized exams, I knew I'd found my calling. I wanted to spend the rest of my life helping others find the fun hidden behind these exams.I cofounded Griffon Prep in 2005 so that I could have the freedom to try some of my more innovative ideas. Like many small businesses, just as many of my ideas failed as succeeded, but those that succeeded have been wildly successful. Our small class size lets us keep our classes fun and personal, so that we can enjoy our students' successes.