GMAT Tutoring in New Orleans (Louisiana)
For the past fifteen years, Manhattan Review has been the industry leader in GMAT exam prep. In fact, in New Orleans alone, hundreds of students moving forward with their MBA have taken advantage of our private GMAT tutoring services. From prestigious business schools around the globe to universities in Louisiana, students from New Orleans get accepted to the school of their choosing after taking our personalized exam prep courses.
We have learned that no two students are the same nor is their learning style. Therefore, we offer a variety of prep courses fostering the different ways that students study. Using our world-class syllabus, we have classes right here in New Orleans, be it private tutoring with distinguished and accomplished tutors or our interactive online courses. Manhattan Review's goal is not to just create GMAT courses for the masses, but rather to tailor courses to each student, bringing about top tier scores!
Competition in MBA programs around the country has increased in recent years. In order for aspiring MBA students to get their application to the top of the pile, it is required for them to start with a high percentile GMAT score. We have dissected the Graduate Management Admissions Test in order to create our effective courses. Our unique test prep methods have been time tested and our past students have gone on to graduate from Harvard, Stanford, Columbia and the Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago. More specifically, many students have stayed in New Orleans and graduated from the local, yet distinguished, Freeman School of Business at Tulane University on McAlister drive.
We have had the pleasure of teaching top professionals who now work at IBM, AT&T and Entergy and once wished to take their careers to the next level. Knowing this then, they dove right into Manhattan Review GMAT prep courses in hopes of achieving an MBA and furthering their careers. Fortune 500 companies throughout the state of Louisiana, and the globe, want to hire the best talent. Be the best and utilize the unsurpassed exam prep methods offered by Manhattan Review.
GMAT Private Tutoring
I took the GMAT yesterday and . . . scored 80 points higher than last time. Thanks for all your help and the excellent weekend classes. Thank you David, the course was outstanding!
- Bruno (This student took our London GMAT classic course)
Manhattan Review GMAT GRE LSAT Prep
New Orleans Teaching Center at the Hyatt
881 Convention Center Boulevard
New Orleans, LA 70130
Phone: (504) 208-2487
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Johnny, our Emory University grad with a degree in Business Administration and Management, ventured outside his home state of Georgia and landed in The Big Easy. He'll tell you, "But not too far," with a laugh, as he will always be passionate about living in the South. Although he misses the Peach State, Johnny has fallen in love with New Orleans and all it has to offer.
After he obtained his MBA from Louisiana State University, Johnny was sold. Or perhaps it was the New Orleans Saints football team that won him over. Four years of watching them from the sidelines, Johnny's first purchase after school were two season passes for him and any number of his friends. To decide which friend to take each Sunday, he sends out a text with a math question and the first to respond with the correct answer wins the seat. Even when he isn't tutoring, Johnny loves keeping his mind (and his friends for that matter) sharp as a tack.
Being a football fan means Johnny understands the importance of patience and practice. He also knows that no two students are alike; just like wide receivers. Therefore, Johnny gets to know each student so he can create an individual study plan for each one. He knows the GMAT is a giant stepping-stone for his students and takes his exam prep tutoring seriously. He knows the secret to success is practice, practice, and practice. He also knows too much practice and not enough fun can hinder top scores. Therefore, throughout teaching the world class Manhattan Review course syllabus and techniques, Johnny will throw a football around to keep students on their toes. They can't pass the ball until they ask him a question back, so students are teaching each other at the same time. The results are high-scoring GMAT champions!
Johnny doesn't like to stay idle for too long. If he isn't in the classroom or at the football fiend, he is training for his next Ironman competition. The race includes a 2.1-mile swim, 112-mile bike ride and a 26.2-mile run. A feat like this takes true dedication. His determination to finish this juggernaut of a race is only matched by his desire for his students to triumph on test day.