GMAT Tutoring in San Francisco
Manhattan Review has been providing top-notch GMAT prep services since 1999. Our San Francisco clients have been accepted to many of the top business programs in the Bay Area, across the country, and around the world, including Stanford University, the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business, and the London School of Economics. Whether you're interested in pursuing a master of business administration, master of finance, master of accountancy, or other graduate program, the necessity of strong GMAT scores is a given. Manhattan Review's experienced San Francisco tutors and exceptional test prep materials can ensure that your scores impress admissions committees.
Manhattan Review's GMAT test prep services are highly personalized. Our tutors identify your strengths and weaknesses and create a test prep program that is customized to your particular needs. We realize that many different types of people consider going to graduate school, and we can accommodate everyone from recent college graduates to mid-career professionals seeking to move up the corporate ladder. Regardless of your current situation, we have probably tutored a number of people a lot like you. We've helped employees of San Francisco companies such as Charles Schwab, Blue Shield of California, and Airbnb get into graduate school and get ahead in their careers.
Good scores on the GMAT depend on the demonstration of several skills. Successful test-takers must be able to assess the validity of a written argument, interpret data presented from several different types of sources, solve quantitative problems, and express ideas clearly in writing. Furthermore, speed and endurance are important factors, since each of the GMAT's four sections is timed individually and the test itself takes approximately four hours. At Manhattan Review, we start with a thorough analysis of your current skill level in each of these important areas, and then design a program tailored to your unique circumstances. Merge your talents with the personalized test prep services of Manhattan Review, and acquire your best GMAT scores.
GMAT Private Tutoring
At the end of March I took one of your weekend GMAT courses in Frankfurt. I just wanted to let you know that this investment has paid off!!! I took the test two days ago - and my total score is 730! I’m so relieved... Thanks a lot to all of you.
- Anja (This student took our Frankfurt GMAT weekend course)
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San Francisco Teaching Center at the InterContinental
888 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Phone: (415) 874-7028
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Bill S. was born and raised in Terra Haute, Indiana. Like many Hoosiers, he grew up playing basketball, and his high school team was a finalist for the state championship during his junior year. Bill chose to stay in his home state for college, accepting a full academic scholarship to the University of Indiana, where he completed a bachelor's degree in marketing. One of his classmates, Lily, was a California girl who aspired to teach at an inner-city school, and Bill was immediately captivated. They married right after graduation, and moved to the Bay Area, so Lily could pursue her dream and Bill could enroll in a graduate economics program at UC Berkeley, where Bill got his first experience as an educator by accepting a teaching assistantship.
Shortly after Bill finished his master's degree in 2005, Lily announced that she was pregnant with their first child. After a few years as a business consultant for a Bay Area firm, Bill realized that a tutoring career would allow Lily to continue working, give him plenty of time with his young son, and draw him closer to his wife through a shared passion for education. Since joining Manhattan Review in 2008, Bill has helped hundreds of students prepare for all of the standard university admissions tests, including the GMAT, which is his specialty. Bill takes a great deal of pride in the success of his students. His flexible schedule at Manhattan Review allows him to tutor when it's convenient for his students, although he may be harder to track down in March, when his beloved Indiana Hoosiers are usually competing in the NCAA basketball tournament.