GMAT Tutoring in Pretoria (South Africa)
Customized instruction for the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is available in Pretoria through Manhattan Review, an international test prep firm that has been producing high test scores since 1999. Our individual GMAT tutoring for Pretoria students is based on custom-designed learning plans that account for all relevant student characteristics, such as score goals, GMAT strengths and weaknesses, undergraduate field of study, and preferred learning style. We also offer group GMAT courses in Pretoria, which can be taken either on-site or online. Regardless of your preferred learning plan, our GMAT practice tests will help you evaluate your skill level, mark your progress, and formulate your GMAT study plan. The keys to the effectiveness of Manhattan Review's GMAT services are engaging course content, rigorous course materials, and highly qualified instructors. Through our GMAT teaching, you will steadily build your GMAT content knowledge, substantially boost your GMAT scores, and increase your self-confidence. Our flexibility in GMAT learning options and course scheduling will allow you to begin preparing for your best possible GMAT performance right away.
Manhattan Review has helped thousands of clients in Pretoria and other cities become graduate students at elite business schools. A short list of the business schools that have admitted our GMAT students would include Harvard Business School, the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business, the Anderson School of Management at the University of California-Los Angeles, the Stanford Graduate School of Business, the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia, Cornell University's Johnson School of Management, Columbia Business School, and the Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago. Our clients have completed master of business administration, master of accountancy, master of finance, doctor of philosophy, and other graduate business degrees and become highly competitive in the job market. A number of Fortune 500 companies have hired our past GMAT students, including World Fuel Services, State Farm Insurance, JP Morgan Chase, Express Scripts Holding, and Walgreens Boots Alliance. Pretoria firms, such as King Price Insurance, Exxaro, South African Reserve Bank, and Pretoria Portland Cement Company, have also hired former Manhattan Review GMAT students. We can't think of a better testament to the quality of our teaching than the accomplishments of our students.
Top business schools are overwhelmed with applications, and they must make hard decisions on which candidates to admit. Almost all of these applicants were high academic achievers at the undergraduate level, and many also bring substantial work experience to the table. Admissions committees must therefore look at additional qualifications, such as GMAT scores. The GMAT is heavily considered in the business school admissions process precisely because it is a "level playing field," meaning that everyone is evaluated by the same criteria. The GMAT is therefore a strong opportunity to demonstrate the academic skills required for business school success. Admissions officials are invariably impressed by upper-percentile GMAT scores, especially those that are above the averages for those programs. Regardless of your prior background, you can significantly improve your chances of acceptance with strong GMAT performance, which are attainable with sufficient study and the best instruction. Find out more about Manhattan Review's GMAT services in Pretoria and how we can help you get accepted to the business school of your choice. Contact us today by phone, email, or online.
GMAT Private Tutoring
I thought you may like to know my GMAT score. I sat for it on Dec. 17 and got a 730.
- Peter (This student took our GMAT weekend course)
227 Wessels Street
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Merritt E. taught his first GMAT prep courses in 2010 while working on his MBA at the University of North Carolina's Kenan-Flagler Business School. He joined Manhattan Review's team of GMAT teachers in 2013, first working out of our office in Atlanta before his transfer to Pretoria in 2015. His course evaluations show that he is a respected GMAT educator who consistently boosts GMAT scores.
In addition to his MBA from UNC, Merritt is also a graduate of Georgetown University, with a bachelor of arts in liberal studies. He found that his broad undergraduate education was helpful in business school, giving him a diverse perspective that was not shared by all his classmates. "I advise business students to branch out," he says. "Other disciplines, such as anthropology or history, can help you become an original thinker."