GMAT Tutoring in Los Angeles (California)
The Graduate Management Admissions Test, or GMAT, is the single most influential admissions test that prospective graduate students have to successfully conquer in order to get into a graduate business schools. The gravity of the situation is not lost on students looking to further their education with a graduate degree, and sometimes this profound pressure can and does lead to hiccups, both large and small, on the day that the student takes the test. This is true even if the student has adequately prepared. If this sounds like you, you are an ideal candidate for our test preparation services at Manhattan Review.
For over 15 years, Manhattan Review as worked to develop the most state-of-the-art GMAT programs designed to help students, like yourself, overcome their test taking anxieties. We accomplish this through full-proof strategies that include one-on-one coaching with world-class tutoring professionals, interactive online classes and practice tests that are identical to the actual tests that students will take upon completion of the program. No one does GMAT test prep better than Manhattan Review and our reputation proves it.
Some of the top universities and companies in Los Angeles have been the recipient of Manhattan Review students who have not only performed well on their GMAT, but then have gone on to earn MBAs and Executive MBAs as well as work for top employers in the Los Angeles area. With our top-notch boutique services as an integral part of your preparation for the GMAT test, you will not only gain tools that will help you to overcome your test taking anxiety, but you will also learn valuable skills that will enable you to continue to strive for excellence throughout your educational tenure and work life thereafter.
GMAT Private Tutoring
I really found the course to be extremely useful, especially in helping me remember math that I learned back in the 9th grade and learning short-cut techniques to cut through grueling calculations.
- Jason (This student took our London GMAT weekend course)
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Los Angeles Teaching Center at the Marriott
900 West Olympic Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Phone: (310) 402-5117
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
For over 7 years, Lee has worked as Director of Hospital Quality Measurement at a large health care consortium in Los Angeles, a position he worked his way up to in just 7 years of service. Lee started this job right after completing his MBA program at Loyola Marymount University's College of Business Administration. He was hired to work at the health care giant just prior to actually receiving his degree.
Lee doesn't like to brag about himself, but the truth is that of the 100 applications that were received for the Quality Measurement Specialist position that Lee was applying for back then, he was one of 10 that received a call for an interview. As nervous as Lee was for the interview, after all it was his first real big time job, his fate was sealed before he even knew it. As it turns out, both the then Director of Hospital Quality Measurement and the Human Resources Manager had both used Manhattan Review during their academic tenure and ultimately decided in Lee's favor for the position because they were confident that he had possessed all the requisite skills that they were looking for to fulfill the role of Quality Measurement Specialist.
After his first promotion to Manager of Hospital Quality Management, Lee decided to pay it forward and began tutoring students, just like he once was, at Manhattan Review. It's been five years since Lee first became a professional tutor for Manhattan Review and to this day, he still argues that he gets just as much benefit from the students as they do from him. In fact, because he believes that he's kindred to the students that enroll in the GMAT test prep services at Manhattan Review, Lee often finds himself befriending the students, who often become buddies of his upon completion of the program. He's not above helping his former students find jobs either, having personally assisted in ten students obtaining employment with subsidiaries of his own employer.