GMAT Tutoring in Cairo (Egypt)
High scores on the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) are almost always necessary for admission to the graduate business degree offerings that produce the best outcomes for their students. Manhattan Review is a test prep company that has been helping students worldwide overcome the challenges of this difficult assessment since 1999. Our Cairo branch provides a full range of GMAT and ancillary services, including private GMAT tutoring, on-site GMAT prep courses, online GMAT classes, GMAT practice tests, and MBA admissions consulting. Manhattan Review's private GMAT tutors build customized learning plans that allow students to address all of their individual GMAT preparation issues in the most effective and efficient possible manner. We consider the GMAT strengths and weaknesses, academic background, target scores, and preferred institutions of each client to design the ideal learning plan for him or her. Our GMAT tutors are both experienced educators and knowledgeable businessmen or businesswomen, and they work tirelessly for the success of their students. For GMAT learners who prefer group instruction, our on-site or online GMAT courses offer all of the collective wisdom inherent to classroom situations as well as the industry's top classroom instructors.
Without substantial GMAT preparation, business school applications are almost certain to be woefully inadequate. At Manhattan Review, we are often surprised by how little prospective graduate business students know about the GMAT expectations of their preferred programs. Fortunately, this information is rather easy to come by, since the vast majority of institutions publish their GMAT requirements or averages online. Though admissions practices vary, it is possible to make some general statements about GMAT standards at business schools. The typical student accepted to a graduate business program at one of the top 20 schools in the United States received a total GMAT score of 700 or higher, and at some of these schools, a 700 is well below the average for accepted students. Contrary to popular belief, it is possible for most students to receive upper-percentile GMAT scores if they undergo top-notch GMAT instruction. Manhattan Review in Cairo teaches all of the most important skills for each GMAT section, and we also make every effort to ensure that our students learn the most effective study techniques and testing strategies. With Manhattan Review's help, you can receive a high GMAT score.
Past Manhattan Review students have been accepted to a long list of highly selective business schools, including the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business, Columbia Business School, the Stanford Graduate School of Business, Harvard Business School, Cornell University's Johnson Graduate School of Management, the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University, Carnegie Mellon's Tepper Business School, and many more. Our GMAT clients, like most graduates of these sorts of institutions, generally go on to highly successful careers in business. They've been hired by Fortune 500 companies and firms in Cairo, including Berkshire Hathaway, Twenty-First Century Fox, Exxon Mobil, Lockheed Martin, EUC Construction, Core Republic, Midwest Airlines, and Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation. Learn more about how Manhattan Review can help you accomplish all of your goals. For details on our GMAT prep courses, GMAT private tutoring, and other services in Cairo, contact our local office at your earliest convenience.
GMAT Private Tutoring
Yesterday - exactly one month after the weekend course - I took the GMAT and got an unofficial score of 710! That's really great! Thank you for all your support and help.
- Thomas (This student took our Frankfurt GMAT weekend course)
InterContinental Citystars Cairo
Corniche El Nil
Cairo 11511, Egypt
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Elvis C. was born in Nashville, Tennessee to a family of diehard music fans (he has often been good-naturedly teased about his name). He stayed in his home city for his undergraduate education, completing a bachelor's degree in history at Vanderbilt University. He then earned an MBA from the prestigious Anderson School of Management at UCLA, where he graduated in the top 10% of his class.
Elvis has been a GMAT classroom instructor and individual tutor for eight years. Previously assigned to Manhattan Review's Los Angeles office, he was transferred to Cairo in 2015. Aside from his teaching duties, he helps manage our operations in Cairo and is responsible for financial and staffing matters. His favorite sports are baseball and hockey, and he is a fan of the Atlanta Braves and his hometown Nashville Predators.