GMAT Tutoring in Tulsa (Oklahoma)

Students who are preparing for the Graduate Management Admission Test, or GMAT, may find that they require personalized assistance to help them with the process of learning the material for the exam. Manhattan Review has been providing that assistance to students in and out of the Tulsa area since 1999, with private tutoring and other options available for students in the area who are looking for help with their GMAT preparation. Students who work with Manhattan Review for their GMAT preparation can either take their private tutoring alone or in combination with group courses and practice exams depending on what they feel would be the best option for properly learning the material. Students who take advantage of the tutoring services offered by Manhattan Review, whether by itself or as part of a combo package, will also be able to take advantage of the numerous benefits that Manhattan Review offers to students looking to get the most out of their study plan.

Manhattan Review's private tutors can offer their students the ability to take their lessons either online or in-person depending on what the student feels would be best for them. (This option is also available to students looking to work in a group course.) Manhattan Review's instructors have many years of experience with helping a wide variety of students who are looking to prepare for the GMAT, and Manhattan Review's practice exams are also updated on an annual basis to ensure that students have the most accurate view of the exam's formatting and content. Manhattan Review's private tutors offer flexible scheduling, the ability to customize their lesson plans for the students to ensure a more well-rounded understanding of the material for the exam, and the ability to meet students who choose the in-person option at any mutually agreed upon location in the Tulsa area which allows for convenient travel to the lessons for both parties.

Students who have worked with Manhattan Review for the process of preparing for the GMAT exam have utilized the services that Manhattan Review offers in a way that has resulted in a higher score and a better grasp of the material that is covered on the exam. Manhattan Review's private tutoring services have assisted students in the process of gaining admission into a wide variety of colleges, including Tulsa and Oklahoma schools such as Oral Roberts University, University of Tulsa, University of Oklahoma, and many others outside of the Tulsa area such as Harvard, Yale, Stanford, New York University, University of Chicago, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Penn State, University of Vermont, and many others in a wide variety of fields and disciplines. Students have also translated their academic backgrounds at these schools into employment at many different companies, including Tulsa focused companies such as US Beef and QuikTrip. 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 Tulsa - Photo of Student Steven

Did my GMAT again today and scored a 720! So Manhattan Review course contributed to a 80 points increase in my score (first time I scored 640).
- Steven (This student took our Amsterdam GMAT weekend course)

Meet a Tulsa GMAT Tutor: Gabriel M.

Gabriel M. spent several years in the Salt Lake City area before moving to Tulsa for career purposes. He studied at the University of Minnesota and gained a Master's in business administration, and now works as a group course instructor and private tutor with Manhattan Review for exams such as the GMAT and GRE while also working on his PhD.

Gabriel's approach to teaching the GMAT involves a heavy focus on the rules of the exam and how to handle the format, specifically the time restrictions and the need to potentially skip questions as needed. When he is not teaching students for the GMAT or GRE with Manhattan Review, Gabriel works on his PhD and swims at his local pool.