GMAT Tutoring in Long Island (New York)

Students in the Long Island area wishing to utilize private tutoring for the Graduate Management Admission Test, or GMAT, should look to the options offered by Manhattan Review to help them with preparing for the GMAT. Manhattan Review has been helping students in and out of the New York City area with their needs in preparing for standardized tests, including the GMAT exam, since 1999. Students who work with Manhattan Review have a wide variety of options for their course of study. Students preparing for the GMAT can utilize group courses, private tutoring, and practice exams. They can be taken either individually or in combination with one another depending on how the student feels about which option they would be most beneficial for them. Students who work with Manhattan Review also can utilize a wide variety of helpful benefits that come with the various study options that Manhattan Review is able to offer.

Manhattan Review's instructors have many years of experience with helping their students in preparing for the exam. Manhattan Review's private tutors can offer their students a customizable lesson plan that allows for the student to adjust what they focus on to ensure a more well-rounded performance on the day of the exam. The Manhattan Review practice tests offered can give students an accurate reflection of the GMAT exam's formatting and content in its most recent incarnation. Manhattan Review's group courses and private tutoring are available to its students in a choice of in-person and online formats. Manhattan Review students are able to choose between their preferred options in the course of studying for the exam, and if they choose to work with their private tutor in-person, they can work in any mutually convenient location of their choice in the New York City area to allow for an easier commute for both parties.

Students who have utilized private tutoring or other services provided by Manhattan Review for the purposes of preparing for the GMAT exam have managed to use the assistance they have received in the study process into a better performance and a higher score on the day of the exam. Students who have worked with Manhattan Review for the process of studying for the GMAT exam have managed to gain acceptance at a wide variety of academic institutions thanks to earning a higher score, including New York City schools such as New York University and Columbia, and schools outside the area such as Harvard, Stanford, William and Mary, Princeton, Brown, Emory, University of Chicago, Penn State, UCLA, Rice, and many more. Students have also managed to use their academic experience at these schools to launch careers at a wide variety of companies, including New York City companies such as Pfizer, Verizon, JP Morgan and Son, Bank of America, and many more. Call or email an academic program advisor today to learn more about the GMAT preparation options that are offered by Manhattan Review.

GMAT Private Tutoring

Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online

GMAT Private Course

12 hours in total, Personalized 1-on-1 Course, In Person or Live Online
GMAT Prep Course Long Island - Photo of Student Chris

I attended a weekend course run by Manhattan Review two and a half weeks before my GMAT. The teacher on the course was fantastic and managed to focus on the needs of individuals despite the class setting. I also thought the materials were absolutely first rate. I managed to score 760, exceeding my GMAT goal by 60 points. I was absolutely ecstatic!
- Chris (This student took our London GMAT weekend course)

Meet a Long Island GMAT Tutor: Lee B.

Lee B. grew up in the Los Angeles area before moving to the East Coast, then studied at Princeton where he gained a Master's degree in mathematics. He now works as a teacher in the New York City area, and as a tutor with Manhattan Review who helps students with a wide variety of standardized tests in both group courses and private tutoring.

Lee has helped a wide variety of students in the New York City area in the process of preparing for graduate-level exams such as the GMAT and GRE, allowing them to get into their preferred choice of school. His teaching methods are flexible and designed to fit individual needs. In his spare time, he plays on a soccer team and swims.