GMAT Tutoring in Shanghai

GMAT private tutoring in Shanghai (China)

Since 1999, Manhattan Review has been the top resource for students preparing for the GMAT. In Shanghai alone, hundreds of aspiring MBAs have benefitted from our private GMAT tutoring services. We are able to provide Shanghai students with the tools they need to get accepted into local business schools in Shanghai and the surrounding area, as well as prestigious names from around the world.

If you are a student preparing to take the GMAT in Shanghai, let us help you. We can streamline your studies with a private tutoring program catered to you and customized to meet your unique needs. We know that no two students learn or test the same way. That's why we provide one-on-one tutoring services that help you identify and strengthen your weaknesses, helping to maximize the possibility of a high GMAT score. Students who have studied with Manhattan Review tutors have gone on to graduate from the most highly respected business schools, including the China Europe International Business School, Fudan University, and the Antai College at Jiao Tong University, as well as top programs from around the world.

Employees who are ready to push their careers to the next level have come to us from Fortune 500 companies, looking to get even further ahead in the competitive workplace. Whether headed to Fudan University, Nankai University, Harvard, or Oxford, students in Shanghai can conquer the GMAT by using the right test prep strategy: tutoring tailored to fit your learning needs.

GMAT Private Tutoring

Hours package, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online
GMAT Private Tutoring
Shanghai, China
  $150.00
(per hour)
GMAT Private Tutoring
Online
  $150.00
(per hour)

GMAT Private Course

12 hours in total, Personalized 1-on-1 Course, In Person or Live Online
GMAT Private Course
Shanghai, China
  $1,590.00
GMAT Private Course
Online
  $1,590.00
GMAT Prep Course Shanghai - Photo of Student Freddie

Just to let you know, my overall score jumped 100 points from 640 on my first attempt to 740 after completing the course. Overall, I am very happy with the results I was able to achieve by taking the Manhattan Review course.
- Freddie (This student took our New York GMAT classic course)

Shanghai

Primary Course Venue:

Sheraton Shanghai Hongkou Hotel
59 Siping Road
Shanghai 200086, China

NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.

Meet a Shanghai GMAT Tutor: Lin X.

Born and raised in Beijing, Lin graduated from Peking University with a degree in International Studies and Business Administration. Soon after, Lin decided to travel to Shanghai for graduate school, to be closer to extended family, and she was accepted into the China Europe International Business School where she obtained her MBA. Lin liked Shanghai so much she decided to stay. She quickly got an entry level position in one of Shanghai's many growing businesses, but found that she did not enjoy her job as much as she had thought she would. That's when Lin discovered Manhattan Review. She remembered her own endless days of studying for the GMAT and decided to make a career change. She has not regretted the move.

Since joining the Manhattan Review staff of talented tutors, Lin has helped many students devise personalized strategies for taking the GMAT. Her approach involves patience and understanding, and she takes the time to find out where her students are struggling and to focus on the problem areas, so her students go into the GMAT feeling confident in themselves, prepared, and ready to beat the exam.

Lin recognizes that it takes many ingredients to form the best test takers: confidence, patience, intelligence, strategy, comprehension, and rational thought, just to name a few. This idea no doubt stems from Lin's passion for baking. She knows that a good cake or pastry takes time, dedication, and attention, and she brings these skills and values into her classroom, taking as much time with her students as they need, and giving them specialized attention with the help of Manhattan Review's course syllabus and techniques.

It's not unheard of for Lin to bring delicious baked goods to class, either! While she knows that learning can be its own reward, she's also aware of the powerful motivational tool that sweets can be. She laughs and says, "It's amazing how quickly students focus when they're promised a cupcake at the end of the session!"