GMAT Tutoring in Melbourne

GMAT private tutoring in Melbourne (Australia)

Since 1999, Manhattan Review has been the go-to resource for students preparing for the GMAT exam. In Melbourne alone, hundreds of aspiring MBAs have benefitted from our GMAT private tutoring services. We provide Melbourne students with the educational tools to get accepted into local business schools along with all the top-rated schools throughout the world.

If you are preparing to take the GMAT in Melbourne, streamline your studies with a private tutoring program customized around your unique needs. We have the knowledge and experience with the standardized exam, spanning years of exposure to its formulaic style and structure. While no two students test exactly the same way, we create personalized learning plans that help strengthen any weaknesses while improving test-taking skills. Cultivate the mindset and mentality of the GMAT, and you will watch your score skyrocket ahead of your competition.

With a private tutor, you can get a private study plan conveniently on your schedule. This is the perfect way to make your business school goals an achievable reality. For many, the standardized test is a source of anxiety and difficulty. Rather than getting stuck with a generic study plan, prepare yourself efficiently and effectively with our professional resources, guides, and tools. From practice GMAT exams to the expertise of our well-educated instructors, you'll find everything you need at the ready right here in Melbourne.

Graduate from a world-renowned business school, and you'll start your career on the fast track to wealth and prestige. Our test prep company is uniquely equipped to help you see the right results – and quickly.

According to recent statistics, MBA salaries in Australia rival those in Europe and North America. After Mercer's 2010 Quality of Living survey, Australia is also on the map for boasting some of the world's top living standards. Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth all made this list. It's no wonder, then, that Australia is also the sixth most popular MBA destination globally.

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 Melbourne - Photo of Student Filipe

Just to let you know that I got a 690 on my GMAT. Not what I aiming for (700) but quite OK given the time I put in. Thanks for all your help and maybe see you at INSEAD!
- Filipe (This student took our GMAT weekend course)


Primary Course Venue:

Sofitel Melbourne
25 Collins Street
Melbourne, Victoria 3000, Australia

Phone: +61 3 9001 6618

NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.

Meet a Melbourne GMAT Tutor: Paul E.

Paul is no stranger to standardized exams. After graduating from Emory University, he continued his postgraduate studies at Columbia University – Columbia Business School. He went on to become an award-winning business school professor, international speaker, and entrepreneur. A published author actively involved in community activities, Paul has been an invaluable asset as a Manhattan Review private tutor.

Teaching opportunities ultimately brought Paul and his family to the Melbourne area, though he has taught or presented his work across six continents. His skill set encompasses leadership, public speaking, and strategy – all of which transfer perfectly to the private tutoring sphere. He works with students one on one to make the GMAT exam accessible and approachable for all his pupils. With his own experience and expertise, he is also an impeccable resource for all questions pertaining to business school.

If you are serious about getting your MBA, Paul is a private tutor who will assist you as you prepare to test. He can help you strengthen your business school application and achieve your own academic goals. "Get a 'one-up' on your competition by studying the smart way", Paul has often said. When he is not behind a podium or in other educational settings, Paul is at home with his wife and five kids. Much to his delight, his oldest daughter just got accepted to Columbia Business School and could possibly follow in her father’s footsteps.