GMAT Tutoring in San Jose (California)
For prospective business students, the Graduate Management Admissions Test, or GMAT, plays a significant role in their application process to get into business school. And while business schools all over the world, including right here in San Jose, use the GMAT to determine eligibility of applicants, the GMAT also assesses the following skills: critical thinking, quantitative reasoning, and the ability to communicate complex ideas. In order to demonstrate exceptional academic ability, prospective business students should and must alter their traditional study preparation methods to ensure their success. Without the proper tools to do so, this can be difficult to accomplish. At Manhattan Review, our private tutors will give you the requisite tools you need to reach your GMAT testing goals and much more.
For over 15 years, Manhattan Review has been the industry leader in GMAT test prep services all over the world. Unlike other test prep programs, we give the participants total control over their own learning process. Specifically, participants custom design their own learning plan according to their own learning styles as well as considering any factors that may impact their ability to learn and/or adequately prepare for the GMAT. Learning plans can include a host of our state-of-the-art, interactive online courses or center around one-on-one private tutoring with one of our elite professional tutors, who just so happed to represent the top of their fields. Additionally, all students are given access to other online tools and resources including but not limited to GMAT practice tests that mimic the real GMAT, giving our prep students the advantage of familiarity on test day.
At Manhattan Review, we take care to invest in each and every student that comes to us for GMAT test prep services and it shows. As a result, all of the top business schools in San Jose, including the Lucas College and Graduate School of Business at San Jose State University, the Ageno School of Business at Golden Gate University, and California University of Management and Technology, are all big supporters of our program because they know that our participants are among the highest scorers on the GMAT and that they in fact possess the necessary knowledge and skills to reach academic success in their respective business programs. The same thing is true with respect to the top employers in the area as well. From the widely respected Silicon Valley to the local government, academic and professional success is guaranteed in San Jose when you work with Manhattan Review GMAT test prep services.
GMAT Private Tutoring
Now I am preparing for my GMAT tests. The course books Turbocharge Your GMAT and Official Guide For GMAT are very helpful. I think the combination of these two books is very good. What I like the most about Turbocharge Your GMAT course is Vocabulary lists. The other books don't provide such lists, but for me as a foreigner it is very important to learn the words that may appear in GMAT. For example, I was afraid not to understand a task in math section or to misunderstand it, and not to give correct answer to relatively easy question just because I didn't understand the data or the question. But after I learned Math Vocabulary list I very seldom misunderstand a task. Now the hardest GMAT task for me is Reading comprehension, because my vocabulary sometimes is not enough to understand a text, especially if it is historic matter. So now I am learning words from Vocabulary lists. Now I study hard every day, because I realize I am at a disadvantage in comparison to test takers, whose native language is English.
- Natalia (This student is based in Russia)
Manhattan Review GMAT GRE LSAT Prep
San Jose Teaching Center at the Hilton
300 Almaden Boulevard
San Jose, CA 95110
Phone: (408) 624-1241
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Silas is hard workers, always has been. Growing up northern California with a family that owns a vineyard, he had no choice but to learn how to pitch in from an early age. This ultimately gave Silas the work ethic and solid foundation upon which he was able to build his academic and professional success. For starters, by helping out his mother and father with the business side of things, he undoubtedly learned a great deal about business management, skills that he would one day put to good use as a manager himself. However, his parents urged him to also take care to pay attention to his studies so that he could attend the best schools to get a business degree. Of Silas' school choices, he decided to attended the highly regarded business program at Golden Gate University in San Jose; although he in fact received letters of acceptance from all of the top schools in California thanks largely to his strong academic standing coming out of high school and then continuing to perform well throughout undergrad.
After graduating from the Ageno School of Business at Golden Gate University, Silas went on to initially work for his family's vineyard, where he continued to hone his management skills before moving to San Jose, where his career really began to flourish while working for one of the most notable companies in the insurance industries. Not long after, Silas joined the elite team of private tutors at Manhattan Review in San Jose. What most students find so surprising about Silas when they get to work with him is that he never imagined he would ever work in education or that he would enjoy it immensely. Luckily he did stumble upon tutoring at Manhattan Review, as they would say, as he has been instrumental in not only helping them to achieve their testing goals with the GMAT, but also because he makes himself available beyond scheduled hours to ensure that his students are indeed adequately prepared on test day.