GMAT Tutoring in Stamford (Connecticut)
Manhattan Review is Stamford's go-to resource for highly effective Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) preparation services. Founded in 1999, our company provides the most innovative, engaging, and effective GMAT instruction available anywhere. Manhattan Review GMAT learning plans available in Stamford include group GMAT classes in on-site format, interactive online GMAT instruction, and one-on-one GMAT tutoring, and we also offer GMAT practice tests. Our students learn the best approaches to the development of GMAT skills, taught by Stamford's most qualified GMAT educators. Manhattan Review is the world's leading international test prep company, and we have helped tens of thousands of students in major European, African, Asian, South American, and North American cities (including Stamford) receive highly competitive GMAT scores that lead to business school acceptance. Find out more about how you can succeed on the GMAT by contacting Manhattan Review in Stamford at your earliest convenience, either by phone, online, or by email. Members of our helpful and friendly support staff are waiting to provide details on course options and scheduling, and to answer all of your questions.
Manhattan Review students are consistently accepted to the world's best institutions for advanced business training. Countless Manhattan Review GMAT prep clients have been successfully admitted to the Stanford Graduate School of Business, Columbia Business School, the Sloan School of Management at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard Business School, the University of Oxford's Saïd Business School, the University of Cambridge's Judge Business School, the Anderson School of Management at the University of California-Los Angeles, Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business, Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management, the University of Edinburgh Business School, and a number of other top programs. Our students have also distinguished themselves in the real world of business. Former Manhattan Review clients are now employed by Stamford's best companies, including Charter Communications, United Rentals, Thomson Reuters, Point72 Asset Management, and Purdue Pharma. Past Manhattan Review GMAT students now work for several companies on the Fortune 500 list, such as Berkshire Hathaway, Enterprise Products Partners, Archer Daniels Midland, Twenty-First Century Fox, and Express Scripts Holding.
Business school applicants with elite GMAT scores usually have a better chance of acceptance than students with lower marks. Any prospective business student can substantially improve his or her options for graduate business training through strong GMAT performance. At Manhattan Review, we are regularly asked to quantify "good" GMAT scores, and this is a relatively simple matter in terms of the overall group of test-takers. Because fewer than 12% of all individuals who take the GMAT receive total scores of 700 or above, this is unambiguously a good score. However, "good" is relative, and at some schools, a 700 will be well below the average of accepted students. At the Stanford Graduate School of Business, for example, the mean GMAT score is 737, and we would therefore encourage anyone aspiring to Stanford GSB admission to aim for at least a 740. Emory University's Goizueta Business School, on the other hand, reports an average GMAT score of 683, and a 700 would therefore be competitive at this institution. At Manhattan Review, we strive to provide GMAT instruction that accommodates individual student goals.
GMAT Private Tutoring
Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online
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- Natalia (This student is based in Russia)
Meet a Stamford GMAT Tutor: Brent B.
Brent B. holds a bachelor's degree in marketing from Michigan State University and a master of business administration from the Stern School of Business at New York University. Originally from Rochester, New York, Brent has been living and working in the New York City area since his first year of graduate school. He received a total score on the GMAT that was in the top 1% of all test-takers.
Brent has been teaching GMAT prep courses and private tutoring sessions for Manhattan Review since 2013. He started out at our home office in New York, and was transferred to Stamford in 2017. His GMAT instruction is known for its effectiveness and its accessibility. When he's not teaching, Brent is a marketing executive for a Stamford tech firm.