GMAT Tutoring in Kuala Lumpur
Since 1999, Manhattan Review has been the go-to resource for students preparing for the GMAT exam. In Kuala Lumpur alone, hundreds of aspiring MBAs have benefitted from our GMAT private tutoring services. We provide Kuala Lumpur students with the educational tools to get accepted into local business schools in Malaysia, plus the prestigious names from around the globe.
If you are preparing to take the GMAT in Kuala Lumpur, streamline your studies with a private tutoring program catered and customized to your unique needs. Here at Manhattan Review, we know that no two students learn or test the exact same way. That's why we provide one-on-one tutoring services that identify and strengthen any weaknesses that may affect GMAT scores. Students who have utilized Manhattan Review have gone on to graduate from the most highly respected business schools from Harvard and Columbia to Universiti Putra Malaysia, among many others.
Employees ready to take their careers to the next level have come to us from Fortune 500 companies to get even further ahead in the competitive workplace. Whether headed to Universiti Sains Malaysia, Wharton, or Oxford Said Business School, students in Kuala Lumpur can conquer the GMAT with the right test prep strategy: tutoring tailored to fit the learning needs of the test taker.
GMAT Private Tutoring
Just wanted to let you guys know how the GMAT went yesterday. I went from a 660 to 710 and since I was looking to break 700 I'm very happy with that. My Verbal percentile fell from 97 to 95, probably because I didn't look at verbal at all since the last time I did the GMAT. My math on the other hand went up from 48 percentile to 72, for which I must thank you all.
- Adeel (This student took advantage of our private tutoring service)
Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur Hotel
129 Jalan Sultan Ismail
Kuala Lumpur 50250, Malaysia
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
John is originally from Orange County, California. He attended the University of New Mexico where he earned his B.A. in International Studies with a self-directed minor in Malay. His parents met while his father was stationed in Malaysia decades before, and he loved his mother's language and culture, and fell in love. After he graduated, John pursued his MBA at Stanford Business School and networking opportunities brought him into contact with the global financial network.
His background, experience, and ample education made him a stellar candidate for a position initially intended to be an inside hire. John was invited to join the Universiti Malaya. This was also the best possible opportunity for John to reconnect with cousins, grandparents, and a large network of extended family. After experiencing strong success in his field, John now helps MBA hopefuls achieve their own higher education goals with Manhattan Review.
In his spare time, John loves flying planes, taking his dog for a swim, and spending time with his girlfriend. John is a great resource for all matters business school, so work with him for the one-on-one support you need to boost your GMAT score in Kuala Lumpur.