GMAT Tutoring in Warsaw (Poland)
Manhattan Review is Warsaw's top resource for Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) preparation. Our GMAT instruction emphasizes flexibility in course offerings, with a number of different types of learning plans available in Warsaw. Students interested in the traditional classroom experience should consider our on-site GMAT prep courses. GMAT learners in need of personalized instruction can opt for our customized GMAT tutoring, which features one-on-one teaching tailored to the specific needs of each client. Both group courses and private tutoring are also available in interactive online format, perfect for proactive learners seeking the convenience of study from their homes, offices, or anywhere. Ancillary services offered by Manhattan Review in Warsaw include GMAT practice tests and MBA admissions consulting. Find out more about Warsaw's best GMAT prep by contacting Manhattan Review today. Let's discuss course options and your GMAT learning needs by phone, by email, or online.
The Graduate Management Admission Council, the administrator of the GMAT, reports that the average GMAT total score is about 560 (the total score is calculated from the verbal and quantitative sections only). The verbal and quantitative sections themselves are also scored individually on a scale of 0 to 60, and their respective averages are approximately 27 and 40. Test-takers additionally receive an integrated reasoning section score of 1-8 (in one-point intervals) and an analytical writing score of 0 to 6 (in half-point increments). The average integrated reasoning score is slightly above 4 and the mean analytical writing score is about 4.5. Elite business programs expect GMAT scores that are substantially above average, especially with respect to the total score and the sections from which that score is computed. Harvard Business School, for instance, reports median scores for its latest class of 41 verbal, 48 quantitative, and 730 total. Graduate business programs ranked in the top 50 almost invariably have average GMAT total scores in the range of 650-700. Most students are capable of attaining high GMAT scores if they devote enough effort to their GMAT studies and are taught by the best GMAT instructors.
Manhattan Review's GMAT programs have been helping our clients gain acceptance into great business schools since our company was founded in 1999. A brief list of top business schools to which Manhattan Review students have been admitted includes the Stanford Graduate School of Business, Harvard Business School, Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management, the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, New York University's Stern School of Business, and many more. Our students are also successful in their post-graduation job searches. Some of our past Warsaw students have been hired by companies based in the city, such as BBI Development NFI, LOT Polish Airlines, PKP Group, Bank Pekao, and CTL Logistics. Others have accepted lucrative positions at Fortune 500 companies, including State Farm Insurance, Exxon Mobil, Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance, Wells Fargo, and Dow Chemical. Get started on your future right away with Manhattan Review's GMAT prep courses and GMAT private tutoring for prospective graduate business students residing in the Warsaw area.
GMAT Private Tutoring
I needed to improve my quantitative score from 55 to 70% within a month. We met for 10hrs. I just took the test this past Saturday and scored within the 72 percentile, and will be attending Cornell in the fall. I'm psyched! Dan was very professional and prepared for all meetings. He was able to give me a lot of test-taking tips and set up an aggressive study strategy.
- Rachel (This student took advantage of our private tutoring)
Hilton Warsaw Hotel
Warsaw 00-844, Poland
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Stan N., an American of Polish descent, was born and raised in San Francisco, California. He began his GMAT teaching career while in graduate school, and he has now been a GMAT educator for nearly a decade. Before joining Manhattan Review's Warsaw staff, he taught for us in New York City, Los Angeles, and his native city. He has now been living and working in Warsaw for three years.
Stan is a graduate of the University of Virginia (Bachelor of Arts in English) and the University of Southern California's Marshall School of Business (Master of Business Administration). He received GMAT total scores in the top 1% of all test-takers. Stan is also a full-time business professional, serving as a mid-level executive at a prominent Warsaw company. His hobbies include jogging, tennis, and music.