GMAT Tutoring in Long Beach (California)
Manhattan Review has been offering innovative GMAT preparation services internationally since our founding in 1999. Our Long Beach branch has several options to provide area residents with our effective GMAT preparation, including on-site or interactive online group courses, one-on-one tutoring, practice GMAT exams and consultation services. We strongly believe in meeting the individual needs of each of our clients, so we are here to help you determine the service that best meets your learning goals and needs. Whether you are up against a looming GMAT test date, business school deadlines, or just want to improve your performance, we have learning coaches ready to help you through the process on your timeline and within your scheduling constraints. Students in Long Beach looking to complete master of business administration, master of finance, master of accountancy, doctor of philosophy, or other graduate business degrees at universities in the United States, Europe, Canada, and Australia need look no further than Manhattan Review, a trusted resource for GMAT preparation. To learn more about what we can offer you, call us, email us, or contact us online today.
Some researchers studying why American students often score lower on the GMAT drew some interesting conclusions. For one, more American students take the GMAT than in other countries, and often those who do are taking the test casually to keep options for future endeavors open. While this is true, it is also true that, on average, American students spend less time studying than those in other places. According to GMAC, test-takers from Asian countries spend, on average, 150 hours studying before taking the GMAT, while American students study for an average of 64 hours. While we do not necessarily recommend that students study for 150 hours, we do suggest that you use the time you do have to prepare for the test efficiently. Do not waste time working with someone who is not a professional. At Manhattan Review, we are proud to have rigorous hiring process, resulting in our having the best tutors in the business. We also provide training using proven methodologies and course materials for our instructors to help support their students' educational needs. Having a professional by your side to coach you through the ups and downs of the GMAT will help to enhance the time you have to dedicate to your studies.
Thousands of Manhattan Review students who have been standing your place have gone on to be admitted to the most selective business schools, including the UCLA Anderson School of Management, Harvard Business School, the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School, the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business, the Yale School of Management, Saïd Business School at the University of Oxford, the London School of Economics, McGill University's Desautels Faculty of Management, the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management, and countless others. For many of our test-takers, an elite business program led to many starting lucrative business careers with Fortune 500 companies or companies in Long Beach, including Wells Fargo, Dow Chemical, Netflix, New York Life Insurance, JP Morgan Chase, Microsoft, Epson America, Inc., Pioneer Electronics, Molina Healthcare, and more. Manhattan Review's GMAT instruction prepares our students for success in business school, which leads to real-world business opportunities and success.
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I got a 730 (unofficially). A 44 quantitative and 47 verbal. Interestingly, my score on the verbal side went up on each practice exam and the actual exam, while my math score was exactly the same every time, even though I studied much harder for the math because I found it more difficult than the verbal.
- Ian (This student took our New York GMAT classic course)
Danielle D. was born and raised in Long Beach and joined Manhattan Review's Long Beach office when she returned to the area in 2015. She attended UCLA for her bachelor's in communications before being accepted to the University of Virginia to get her MBA. She returned home to work with a local company in marketing. Having earned a top-percentile score on the GMAT, Danielle had helped a few other friends prepare for the test, and one suggested she look into taking it on professionally, which she now does part-time as well.
Danielle gets great satisfaction in working with her students and helping them make new connections and gain confidence before they sit for the GMAT. One former client said of Danielle, "You can tell she really cares about how you do, which matters more than I would have thought. Between really knowing her stuff and genuinely caring about my success, I am sure Danielle is a major factor in my high GMAT score!" When Danielle isn't working, she enjoys spending Sunday evenings with her extended family and learning how to cook new things.