GMAT Tutoring in Urbana-Champaign (Illinois)

Students who are looking to prepare themselves for the GMAT exam may feel that they need individual help that is customized for their strengths and weaknesses, with an instructor who is focused solely on the student and their needs in preparing for the exam. Manhattan Review can provide students who are looking to prepare for the GMAT exam with the guidance they need in the form of private tutoring. Manhattan Review has been helping students with their test preparation for the GMAT exam since 1999, and our tutoring options have expanded to cover both online and in-person options depending on the needs of the student. Students both in and out of the Urbana-Champaign area have used Manhattan Review to fulfill their tutoring needs for the GMAT exam, and the wide variety of options we have for students who are looking to increase their performance on the GMAT exam is sure to help students who are looking for help.

Manhattan Review's private tutoring options come in both in-person and online formats depending on what the needs and preferences of the student are. Regardless of which the student chooses, Manhattan Review's instructors all have familiarity with the exam and its layout, and each tutor is able to customize their learning plans and teaching methods depending on what the student says they need the most assistance on or feel the most comfortable with. Students who have taken advantage of Manhattan Review as their tutoring company have gone on to successfully gain admission to prestigious and highly ranked graduate schools thanks to strong preparation giving them the confidence and skills they need to succeed on the exam. Students have also cited that Manhattan Review's preparation methods have served them well on non-standardized tests, giving them the confidence and the grades that they desired in a test taking context and allowing them to flourish academically.

In addition to the University of Illinois students that are located in the Urbana-Champaign area, students who have used Manhattan Review's tutoring services to prepare for the GMAT exam have managed to successfully acquire admission to schools such as Harvard, University of Chicago, Northwestern University, and many other schools both in and out of the state of Illinois. Students have also managed to use their academic success to manage to acquire jobs at various companies that are well known, including Fortune 500 companies such as Bank of America and Dow Chemical. With an increasing number of students looking to take advantage of testing preparation services to improve their score on the GMAT, now is a good time to take advantage of an instructor who is able to adjust themselves to fit your needs when it comes to test taking. Contact one of our academic program advisors today to learn more about the potential options for preparing for the GMAT exam.

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 Urbana-Champaign - Photo of Student Isabell

I attended one of your preparation courses and now got a GMAT Score of 710, which is quiet good, so thanks for your help!
- Isabell (This student took our Germany GMAT weekend course)

Meet an Urbana-Champaign GMAT Tutor: Beth O.

Beth O. moved to the Urbana-Champaign area after acquiring a position at the University of Illinois, and her and her family have remained there ever since. She works for the University's administrative department, but she is also a tutor with Manhattan Review who specializes in tutoring for the GMAT and GRE exams, along with also tutoring for the SAT and ACT.

Beth's familiarity with the Illinois educational system allows her to give students advice in addition to helping them prepare for their standardized exams. She believes in focusing on showing your work, which can be done for both the math and English comprehension sections in different ways that have the potential to increase her students' logical skills. In her spare time, Beth likes to cook.