GMAT Tutoring in Sacramento (California)

Manhattan Review has been providing a variety of preparation options for students across the world, including the Sacramento area, since 1999. Students who are looking for assistance with the Graduate Management Admission Test, or GMAT exam, should utilize Manhattan Review's services to help themselves with the process of learning the material and formatting of the GMAT and using that material to assist them in getting a higher score, then translating that score into a stronger application for the business schools in which the student is interested. Students in the Sacramento area who are interested in gaining the preparation for the GMAT exam that they need can take advantage of the wide variety of options that Manhattan Review offers for students who are looking to deliver a stronger performance on the day of the test, regardless of which preparation method they feel is the best one for their course of study.

Students who choose to work with Manhattan Review for their GMAT exam preparation have a wide variety of options to take advantage of to help them get the most out of it. Students can choose to work under the individualized guidance of a private tutor, who can provide them with a customized lesson plan that allows them to adjust their learning plan as necessary so as to ensure that they are able to deliver a more well-rounded performance on the day of the test, and ensure that the lesson plan focuses on what is most necessary to ensure a stronger exam performance. Students can also work in a group course, allowing them to learn alongside fellow students who are preparing for the GMAT exam under the guidance of a common instructor. Both group courses and private tutoring are offered in-person or online depending on what the student feels best fits their learning style and current situation, and they can be taken either solo or in combination with one another.

Students who have utilized Manhattan Review's test preparation options for the GMAT have gone on to achieve a higher score on the day of the exam thanks to the guidance of their instructors allowing them to develop better time management, a greater knowledge of the material that is covered on the GMAT, and a generally more confident attitude towards taking the test. Students have managed to translate their higher scores into acceptance to a wide variety of business schools, ranging from Sacramento's own University of California Davis, California State University Sacramento, and Sacramento City College to schools across the world such as Harvard, Yale, Stanford, UCLA, University of Chicago, Columbia, and many more. Students have also managed to translate their subsequent academic performances at these universities into careers in and out of the Sacramento area. Students from Manhattan Review have positions in the Sacramento area at companies such as Sutter Health, Blue Diamond Growers, and Aerojet Rocketdyne. Call or email an academic program advisor today to learn more.

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 Sacramento - Photo of Student Mika

I just got back from the test. Here's the result. 670 overall with 48 on the math and 34 on the verbal. Thanks so much for your help!
- Mika (This student took our New York GMAT weekend course)

Meet a Sacramento GMAT Tutor: Lydia L.

Lydia L. became a tutor for Manhattan Review shortly after graduating from UCLA with a Master's in education. She had been working as a tutor for the SAT and ACT prior to this thanks to her own high score on the SAT encouraging her to take up tutoring, but she took up tutoring for the GMAT and GRE exams later on after gaining more familiarity with each.

Lydia has helped many students as both a tutor for standardized tests and as a math teacher in the Sacramento area, she has helped many students with different portions of each exam leading to admission to a wide variety of different schools and with various tests, both standardized and non-standardized. When she is not teaching, Lydia likes to play guitar.