GMAT Tutoring in Oslo (Norway)
Oslo residents studying for the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) can achieve scores that impress business schools with Manhattan Review's professional GMAT services. We offer customized private tutoring for the GMAT, on-site or online GMAT prep courses, and GMAT practice tests that effectively prepare Oslo students for their best possible GMAT performance. Manhattan Review is a global educational services company that has been providing GMAT prep services in Oslo and other major cities since 1999. Our instruction has substantially improved GMAT scores and business school admission prospects for thousands of students worldwide. Manhattan Review is known throughout the industry for innovation in GMAT teaching and learning, and all of our GMAT courses and private tutoring plans feature engaging methods of instruction implemented by Oslo's top GMAT educators. You'll master the skills necessary to ace each GMAT section, and you'll also learn how to create study plans that make the most of your study time. For more information on Oslo's best GMAT preparation services, contact Manhattan Review right away, either by email, by phone, or online.
Business school applicants must weigh a number of factors when deciding which programs to target. One approach to this problem is to think of business school purely in terms of return on investment. U.S News & World Report recently published an article ranking business schools according to the best available deals, by comparing average starting salaries with average student debt. Using this methodology, the University of Texas-Austin's McCombs School of Business led the pack, with an average starting salary slightly over $113,000 per year and average student debt of slightly under $60,000 (salary-to-debt ratio of 1.9 to 1). Other leading programs included the Stanford Graduate School of Business (1.8 salary-to-debt ratio), Emory University's Goizueta Business School (1.6), and Harvard Business School (1.6). Graduates of these institutions generally have little difficulty paying for business school, and the future rewards outpace the expenses by a wide margin. Business school is a sound investment that can become even more favorable if the student considers every relevant factor, from selectivity to employment outcomes.
Manhattan Review's GMAT prep courses and GMAT private tutoring regularly facilitate acceptance into the best business schools. Thousands of our GMAT clients have secured acceptance to elite business schools such as Harvard, Columbia, Stanford, MIT, Yale, Emory, the University of Michigan, the University of Chicago, Dartmouth, the University of Pennsylvania, UC Berkeley, Cornell, UCLA, the University of North Carolina, Oxford, Cambridge, and several others. The completion of a master of business administration, master of finance, master of accountancy, doctor of philosophy, or other graduate business degree generally leads to lucrative employment options. Manhattan Review's GMAT clients have been hired by a number of Fortune 500 companies, including New York Life Insurance, Enterprise Products Partners, Express Scripts Holding, JP Morgan Chase, and Twenty-First Century Fox. We also have former students now working for businesses based in Oslo, such as Norne Securities, Eitzen Group, Microsoft Development Center Norway, SpareBank 1, and Intex Resources. With Manhattan Review's GMAT private tutoring and GMAT prep courses, you can get started today on a successful future in business.
GMAT Private Tutoring
I took my GMAT today and, as promised, am now reporting my GMAT score to you. 770. Not shabby, eh? Thanks for all of your help! I got a 47 on verbal, which was 99th percentile. 49 on math (90th percentile), overall 99th percentile. I am, to say the least, a happy camper.
- Olivia (This student took both of our New York GMAT classic course and private tutoring)
Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel
Sonja Henies Plass 3
Oslo 0134, Norway
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Clifford H. (who goes by "Cliff") has been a GMAT educator for the past eight years. Initially affiliated with Manhattan Review's home office in New York, he relocated to Oslo last year, and he has developed a strong local reputation as a patient and creative GMAT instructor. Cliff's GMAT teaching has helped hundreds of students pursue graduate business degrees at top institutions.
Cliff is an alumnus of Boston University and New York University's Stern School of Business, and his GMAT teaching is enhanced by significant experience in the real world of business. He has worked for major financial services and manufacturing companies in the United States and in Norway, and he loves to use anecdotes from his business career to illustrate GMAT concepts.