GMAT Tutoring in Princeton (New Jersey)
Manhattan Review is an international test prep company that offers a variety of GMAT services for business school applicants in Princeton, including GMAT prep courses (available either on-site or online), private GMAT tutoring, GMAT practice tests, and MBA admissions consulting. Our company has helped thousands of students around the world get accepted to their first-choice business schools, including the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School, Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management, the Stanford Graduate School of Business, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Sloan School of Management, Harvard Business School, and Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business. Many of our former clients have gone on to successful business careers after completing their master of business administration, master of finance, master of accountancy, or other graduate business degrees. Fortune 500 companies, including Exxon Mobil, Berkshire Hathaway, General Electric, CVS Health, and JP Morgan Chase have hired Manhattan Review alumni, as have Princeton-area companies such as Dataram Corporation, Covance, Heartland Payment Systems, and Berlitz Corporation. Contact us today for more information on how our Princeton GMAT prep services can help start or improve your business career.
Manhattan Review's customized GMAT tutoring is the most effective available method of GMAT preparation. Differentiated instruction is the key to the success of our individual learning plans, which are based on student-specific attributes such as desired scores, undergraduate course of study, GMAT subject-matter strengths and weaknesses, and optimal learning style. Individual instruction is also the fastest possible way to prepare for the GMAT. Our tutors focus only on the materials and strategies that are relevant for a given student, which saves our GMAT tutoring clients' valuable time and effort. Manhattan Review's GMAT tutors bring real-world business experience, advanced business training, and impressive teaching credentials to an innovative method of GMAT instruction that is both up-to-date and validated by past successes. Other test prep companies pale in comparison to Manhattan Review's long record of creativity, dedication, and exactitude in GMAT teaching and learning.
At Manhattan Review, we initiate the private GMAT tutoring process with an assessment of student goals. One of the most important data points in this process is the GMAT score ranges of students previously accepted to the programs our students wish to enter. The Wharton MBA program has a mean GMAT score of 732, a median score of 730, an overall score range of 620-790, and middle 80% scores of 700-770. The Stanford Graduate School of Business reports an average GMAT score of 733 and an overall range of 570-800 for its most recent entering class. The average student recently accepted to the Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago scored a 726 on the GMAT, and the institutional GMAT range is listed as 570-780. Manhattan Review's GMAT tutors arrive at a target score that maximizes a student's chances of acceptance. Since average scores are often correlated with less-than-ideal acceptance odds, this target score is calculated to exceed the performance of a typical accepted student, which improves our students' admissions prospects significantly.
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I did the GMAT and unofficially scored 730!!! I never expected such a result, because I did not have much time to practice (approx. 1 week). I just gave it a try... That’s maybe the best attitude towards taking the test. The prep course with Manhattan Review helped a lot to achieve that. Thanks all for the great course!!
- Andreas (This student took our Munich GMAT weekend course)
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Princeton Teaching Center at the Hyatt
3565 U.S. Route 1
Princeton, NJ 08540
Phone: (609) 945-5917
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Megan L. was born in Richmond, Virginia, but grew up in the Philadelphia area. She completed a bachelor's degree in philosophy at Duke University, and then an MBA at the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business. A full-time employee of a medical research firm based in New Jersey, she has worked as a part-time GMAT tutor since 2012.
Megan has now taught GMAT prep to over 200 students in classroom and individual settings, and a large percentage of these students have received GMAT scores of 700 or better. Megan's students have been accepted to selective public and private business schools, including UCLA's Anderson School of Management, Indiana University's Kelley School of Business, the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, and the Yale School of Management.