GMAT Tutoring in Houston
Sometimes, the best way to prepare for a challenge involves the personalized attention of a trained professional. Our private tutoring services in Houston are geared toward delivering top results with our first-class resources. Our best resource, of course, is our staff of highly successful and experienced GMAT instructors in Texas. We have advanced and customizable tools to improve your scores. Together with our GMAT experts, you can cultivate the skill set and confidence to succeed on test taking day.
At Manhattan Review, we recognize that no two students learn exactly the same way. That's why your Houston tutor will diagnose your areas of difficulty, catering the course load to your specific weaknesses. By strengthening those core subjects, you can tackle the GMAT in both the Verbal and Math portions. Whether left-brained or right-brained, you can approach the exam with a well-balanced and strategic system in place. Rather than feeling intimidated by the test, you can understand how the GMAT really works, what to anticipate, and how to overcome any obstacles along the way. This is the methodology to maximize your potential for top-percentile results.
Work one-on-one with a private tutor near Houston to easily incorporate standardized test prep into your weekly routine. If you are already working full-time or balancing other family obligations, your tutor has the flexibility to accommodate your needs. This way, you can make the most out of your study time before taking the test.
Get the most effective and efficient GMAT test prep in Houston by teaming up with one of Manhattan Review's standardized exam scholars. Our past track record has sent students seeking top scores to the best-ranked business schools in the United States and worldwide. Harvard, Yale, Oxford, Wharton, INSEAD, Georgetown, University of Virginia, and Duke have all represented our own test prep alumni. Near Houston, your higher GMAT score will give you the competitive edge over other applicants to Rawls, Texas Tech; Mays, Texas A&M, Jones, Rice University; Greehey, St. Mary's University; Hankamer, Baylor University; McCoy, Texas State, or University of Texas – San Antonio. All are local, in-state schools for the scholarly Houston student. The aspiring MBA could also attend Bauer at University of Houston for a hot pick in business school programs. Wherever your first choice school may be, you can take advantage of our private GMAT tutoring to get enrolled in your favorite program.
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Now I am preparing for my GMAT tests. The course books Turbocharge Your GMAT and Official Guide For GMAT are very helpful. I think the combination of these two books is very good. What I like the most about Turbocharge Your GMAT course is Vocabulary lists. The other books don't provide such lists, but for me as a foreigner it is very important to learn the words that may appear in GMAT. For example, I was afraid not to understand a task in math section or to misunderstand it, and not to give correct answer to relatively easy question just because I didn't understand the data or the question. But after I learned Math Vocabulary list I very seldom misunderstand a task. Now the hardest GMAT task for me is Reading comprehension, because my vocabulary sometimes is not enough to understand a text, especially if it is historic matter. So now I am learning words from Vocabulary lists. Now I study hard every day, because I realize I am at a disadvantage in comparison to test takers, whose native language is English.
- Natalia (This student is based in Russia)
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Houston, TX 77002
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Quincy, born John Quincy after the prestigious U.S. president, grew up with two University of Virginia alums that placed the highest value on education and enforced a policy of academic excellence. They encouraged Quincy to reach his full potential in grade school and later at CalTech, where he studied Geology ("Geology Rocks!" he'll happily exclaim) with a minor in History. Quincy knew early on that he would love to live up to his legacy and try his luck at Darden Business School at University of Virginia. Of course, this is a rigorously competitive program, and even his impeccable academic record at CalTech couldn't guarantee his acceptance. Quincy prepared for the GMAT diligently and determinedly. He managed to improve his score from the first try to the second try, thanks to the aid of a well-humored private tutor and a stack of GMAT practice tests. Quincy did, in fact, get accepted into this prestigious MBA program and packed his bags for Charlottesville, Virginia. Although he loved the Rotunda and the Lawn as much as any other Hoo, he graduated and returned to his hometown near Houston, TX.
While Quincy doesn't directly engage the study of substrate these days, he appreciates and admires the beauty of the natural world. He loves hiking and spending time outdoors. Since joining Manhattan Review as a GMAT tutor, his evaluations are consistently singing his praises as a down-to-earth, easily approachable mentor for the MBA. Quincy applies the innovative, real-life learning techniques from Darden and encourages interactivity and outside-the-box problem solving techniques. Never one for the lecture hall or the sound of his own droning voice, Quincy emphatically prefers GMAT test prep that speaks directly to his student's needs. Today, this scholar somehow utilizes his study of rocks to build stepping stones for his students' futures in business school.