GMAT Tutoring in Brooklyn (New York)
Students in the Brooklyn area who are preparing for the Graduate Management Admission Test, or GMAT, may feel that they require the services of a private tutor to help them get through the process of studying for the exam. Manhattan Review is the best service in the Brooklyn area for private tutoring, and has been helping students to prepare for a wide variety of standardized tests since 1999, specializing in the GMAT. Students who work with Manhattan Review for private tutoring services can either solely work with a private tutor for their course of study and stick to their individualized guidance, or they can combine it with one or both of Manhattan Review's group course and practice test options to allow them to get a variety of different learning methods. Students who work with Manhattan Review also have a multitude of different benefits to utilize in combination with their study options.
Students who work with one of Manhattan Review's private tutors will be working with an instructor who has many years of experience with helping their students prepare for the GMAT using a variety of different methods. Students who work with one of Manhattan Review's private tutors will be able to customize their lesson plan as necessary to focus on their strengths and weaknesses as they feel is appropriate. They will also have access to flexible scheduling and the ability to work with their instructor in-person or online. (We also offer this option for the group courses.) Students who work with one of Manhattan Review's private tutors in-person can utilize any location in the New York area that is mutually convenient for both instructor and student, and students who utilize Manhattan Review's practice tests will be working with exams that are updated as needed to accurately represent the GMAT's current formatting and content.
Students who have worked with Manhattan Review for private tutoring and other forms of preparation for the GMAT exam have seen an increase in their score on the day of the exam thanks to their instructors giving them an increased knowledge of the material and the test-taking skills needed to do well on it. Students have translated their higher scores on the day of the GMAT exam into acceptance at a wide variety of universities, including schools such as Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Princeton, Columbia, New York University, University of Chicago, Emory, Oxford, Cambridge, UCLA, Penn State, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, William and Mary, and many others. Students have also translated their academic backgrounds at these universities into a wide variety of careers both in Brooklyn and outside of it. Call or email one of Manhattan Review's academic program advisors today to learn more about our options for GMAT preparation.
GMAT Private Tutoring
I took the GMAT yesterday and got......680 (unofficial score). Needless to say I am delighted, if somewhat stunned. I never thought I'd score 100 points higher than last time around. My maths improved the most (from 32nd percentile to 56th percentile) and I was in the 95th percentile in my verbal. If I'd had a few more weeks I'm sure I could have improved my maths score even more, but I'm happy with 680. Thanks for all your help and the excellent classes. They really were invaluable and worth every minute.
- Mathew (This student took our London GMAT classic course)
Manhattan Review Prep
228 Duffield Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Phone: (212) 316-2000
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Terry G., who grew up in the Atlanta area, gained a Master's degree in Mathematics from Northwestern University before moving to Brooklyn to work as a teacher. He also works as a private tutor for Brooklyn students with Manhattan Review, covering both graduate level exams such as the GMAT and GRE, and high school level exams such as the SAT and ACT.
Terry has helped a wide variety of students with their GMAT preparation via giving them the advanced skills needed to understand more complicated problems after firmly establishing that the student understands the more entry level content that is covered on the exam. He also considers time management to be one of his specialties in GMAT study. In his spare time, he likes to play squash and tennis.