GMAT-Tutoring in Vienna (Austria)
Manhattan Review is an international educational services company that has been providing innovative prep courses and private tutoring for the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) since 1999. Vienna applicants to business schools in the English-speaking world can achieve their highest possible test scores with our local GMAT services, which feature the most effective, relevant, and current course content, the most qualified instructors in the industry, and the best practices in GMAT teaching, as well as convenience in scheduling and location. Manhattan Review's personalized GMAT tutoring uses differentiated instructional techniques that maximize GMAT performance with targeted teaching dictated by individual student attributes (such as preferred learning style, undergraduate background, and scores on GMAT practice tests). Thousands of students have benefited from our unique approach to GMAT prep and received the upper-percentile GMAT scores required for acceptance to world-class business schools. Contact us right away, and we'll be happy to further explain why we are the best GMAT prep option for Vienna students.
A great deal of information about the credentials of successful business school applicants is available from the institutions themselves. Recent class profiles are a particularly useful resource, and these usually compile statistics on admission factors such as average GMAT scores, undergraduate GPA, academic major, and work experience, as well as demographic information (e.g., number of applications received and applicant gender, age, and country of origin). UCLA's Anderson School of Management, a business school ranked in the top 15 nationally, received 3,530 applications for a class of 360, an approximate admission rate of 10%. The average GMAT score of accepted students was 714 (the 93rd percentile), with a middle 80% score range of 680 (the 84th percentile) to 750 (the 98th percentile). A strong correlation between high GMAT performance and acceptance is clear at this institution, and this pattern can be demonstrated at all of the selective business schools. Prospective business students should therefore approach GMAT prep with the utmost seriousness.
Manhattan Review's GMAT prep courses and private tutoring consistently produce much better GMAT scores than self-study methods (which are generally ineffective), freelance tutors (many of whom possess dubious qualifications), or other test prep companies (none of whom can approach our level of GMAT knowledge and experience). We consider the success of our GMAT students to be irrefutable evidence of the effectiveness of our GMAT services. Manhattan Review's GMAT students have been accepted to the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business, the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School, Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management, Harvard Business School, Columbia Business School, and many other institutions at the top of the national and world rankings. Our former students have shown themselves to be competitive in the job market, and have become valued employees of the world's best companies. Manhattan Review alumni now work for General Motors, JP Morgan Chase, Express Scripts Holdings, and other Fortune 500 companies, in addition to Uniqa Insurance Group, Gebauer & Griller, ZUNO Bank AG, and other Vienna firms.
GMAT Private Tutoring
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)
Primary Course Venue:
Vienna 1037, Austria
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Stacy L. was born and raised in Newark, New Jersey, where she was the valedictorian of her high school class and a state-ranked tennis player. She completed a bachelor's degree in computer science at New York University, and then an MBA at Columbia Business School. She was formerly an executive at a New York-area tech start-up before moving to Vienna in 2014 to accept a position in new product development and marketing at one of the city's most innovative technology companies.
Stacy's GMAT students have been accepted to the business schools at Stanford, Harvard, Columbia, Dartmouth, and the University of Michigan. According to many of these students, Stacy's GMAT teaching helped them overcome frustrating prior GMAT prep efforts. "I tried to study for the GMAT on my own, but I wasn't getting the kind of scores that I would need for Columbia," said one student. "In retrospect, it should have been obvious to me that I needed a professional GMAT educator like Stacy. Her teaching got me over the hump, and I later got into Columbia."