GMAT Tutoring in Cape Town
Once you secure your MBA, you'll be considered a top candidate for competitive managerial positions. Graduate from a top business school to situate yourself for success in the economic hub of the Western Cape Province. Acquire the credentials to be a leader in one of the area's many industries, including insurance companies, retail groups, publishers, design houses, fashion designers, shipping companies, petrochemical companies, architects and advertising agencies.
Manhattan Review has been providing students with the tools to score higher on the GMAT exam since 1999. Our company offers full-length GMAT courses, Interactive Online Courses, practice tests, and MBA admissions consulting. We also offer private tutoring services for personalized, one-on-one study sessions.
If you are preparing for the GMAT in Cape Town, streamline your studies with a private tutoring program catered to your unique needs. At Manhattan Review, we don't believe in one-size-fits-all test prep techniques. That's why we offer a customizable course syllabus designed to deconstruct the GMAT exam. Work directly with a Manhattan Review tutor in Cape Town, and you'll get the most hands-on training to overcome challenges and score more points.
Once you register for private tutoring with Manhattan Review, we'll make sure your GMAT test prep is as effective and efficient as possible. Combined with our MBA admissions consulting, our services ensure you gain entry into your first-choice schools. We have helped students get accepted at competitive business schools such as University of Cape Town, University of Pretoria, University of Stellenbosch, Wits Business School at the University of the Witwatersrand, Rhodes Business School, Milpark Business School, and Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University Business School.
Whether you want to pursue your advanced degree near Cape Town or travel the world, you can secure the tools and resources to catapult your career. Students who have collaborated with a Manhattan Review private tutor have become business leaders, prominent entrepreneurs, and top executives at global Fortune 500 companies. Let's work together to achieve your goals.
GMAT Private Tutoring
Manhattan Review's help in my preparation for the GMAT exam was nothing short of priceless. I would suggest to anybody sitting the GMAT exam that taking classes are not just advisable, they are an absolute necessity. Although the GMAT exam is very tough, there is a knack to it and my tutor's help was excellent. I have since sat the GMAT and I have been accepted into Harvard Business School. There is no doubt that I would not be in this situation if it was not for the help of my tutor at Manhattan Review.
- Gordon (This student took our London GMAT weekend course)
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Cape Town Central 8000, South Africa
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Kayla graduated from Dartmouth University with a degree in Communications. After she graduated, she secured a position with Brunswick, New Jersey-based Johnson & Johnson. She helped the company expand its online presence with well-written articles that also achieved high search engine rankings and web traffic.
In an effort to expand her skill set and qualifications, Kayla decided to pursue her Masters of Business Administration. She had her eye on a promotion, a position that required human resource management, innovative thinking, international perspective, and leadership skills. Eager to become a Marketing Manager, Kayla prepared for the GMAT and scored a stellar 729. She was accepted at world-class business schools: Stanford Graduate School of Business, Yale School of Management, and University of Chicago – Booth School of Business. Kayla pursued her studies at Yale and returned to Johnson & Johnson, now in a strategic marketing management position.
While the accomplished academic enjoyed professional growth, new opportunities continued to come up. Kayla was offered a new position – another promotion – at the company's Cape Town location. Interested in bringing her career to new and exciting places, Kayla and her husband decided to move to South Africa in the spirit of adventure. In Cape Town, Kayla has worn many hats – a thriving corporate leader, entrepreneur, nonprofit volunteer, and private tutor.
Her education primed her perfectly for the classroom setting. Kayla eventually left her corporate role to start her own school, a fulfilling endeavor that helped her feel like she was making a difference in the community. For those same reasons, Kyla also brought her penchant for private tutoring to Manhattan Review. Working in a one-on-one private tutoring platform, Kayla helps students follow in her highly accomplished footsteps starting with a top GMAT score.