GMAT Tutoring in Santa Monica (California)
Students who are looking for assistance with the Graduate Management Admission Test, or the GMAT, may find themselves looking for a private tutor for the purposes of personalized assistance with preparing for the exam. Students interested in private tutoring should look to Manhattan Review to help themselves with the process of getting a tutor for the GMAT and using the guidance provided by their instructor to assist them in getting a higher score on the day of the test, allowing them to potentially translate that score into a stronger application for the schools in which the student is interested. Manhattan Review has been providing a variety of preparation options for students in and out of the Santa Monica area since 1999. Students in the Santa Monica area who are interested in gaining the preparation for the GMAT exam can take advantage of the wide variety of options that Manhattan Review offers for students who are looking to earn a higher GMAT score, using any combination of group courses, private tutoring, and practice exams that they see fit.
Students who choose to work with Manhattan Review for their GMAT exam preparation have access to a wide variety of benefits to help them get the most out of their preparation. Students can choose to work with a private tutor can be provided 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, along with ensuring that the lesson plan focuses on their strengths and weaknesses as necessary to increase the likelihood of a stronger exam performance. Students can also work in a group course 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. Students who work with an in-person private tutor can use any mutually convenient location in Santa Monica for the purposes of preparing for the GMAT.
Students who have utilized Manhattan Review's test prep 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 skills such as better time management, a greater knowledge of the material on the GMAT, and generally increased confidence. Students have managed to translate their higher scores on the GMAT into acceptance to a wide variety of business schools, ranging from schools across the world such as Harvard, Yale, Stanford, University of Chicago, Columbia, Oxford, Cambridge, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and many more, to Santa Monica schools such as UCLA. Students have also managed to translate their subsequent academic performances at these universities into careers in and out of the Santa Monica area. Students from Manhattan Review have used their academic backgrounds to gain work in the Santa Monica area at companies such as Red Bull and Universal Music Group. Call or email an academic program advisor today to learn more.
GMAT Private Tutoring
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)
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Santa Monica Teaching Center at the Sheraton
530 West Pico Boulevard
Santa Monica, CA 90405
Phone: (310) 401-6582
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Victor B. has helped a wide variety of students with their standardized tests, including graduate-level students with the GMAT and GRE. He moved to Santa Monica permanently after finishing his education at UCLA, and began working with students in many different fields, including helping students with their exam studies as a standardized test prep tutor with Manhattan Review.
Victor has been helping students in a plethora of contexts since he has moved to the Santa Monica area, giving him insight into the wide variety of students and learning styles that can be found in the area. In his spare time, he likes to listen to different types of music and play various board games with his friends.