I didn't get into any program this year. Applied to ten. *wipes eyes* Anyway, how would you go about finding a good GRE tutor that can spend one-on-one time with you, particularly on the math? I had excellent research (2 years RA, lots of projects), 3 years clinical experience as a Case Manager, and a 4.0 in my masters. The only thing I can think of is my GRE scores were too low. 550 in verbal, 500 in math, plus it shows all the other times I've taken it where math was in the 400's. This will be my 3rd time applying. I will not give up. I'm turning 30 and I don't have all the time in the world to keep applying. I need to get my GRE scores up significantly. I am willing to pay someone to help me one-on-one but I'm not sure how to find someone. I'm at a large university. Thanks!