GMAT Private Tutoring in Dubai (United Arab Emirates)
Manhattan Review's private tutors for the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) have been producing successful results for business school applicants in Dubai and other cities around the world since 1999. We've put together a local team of tutors based on an extremely rigorous screening process. Manhattan Review only hires GMAT tutors with elite academic credentials, upper-percentile test scores, experience in the business world, passion for teaching, and interesting personal backgrounds. Our tutors are dedicated to providing personalized service to each and every one of their clients. They have a keen understanding of different individual learning strategies and can create a customized tutoring program around specific strengths and weaknesses in each testing area, the unique learning style of each student, and the desired score results. Manhattan Review has a long history of success, which we would like to put to work for you. Contact us today for more information on how we can make your business school application stand out from the competition.
Manhattan Review's Dubai tutors have been credited with getting their students the GMAT scores necessary for acceptance into the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business, the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School, Columbia Business School, the London School of Economics, American University in Dubai's School of Business Administration, and many other strong business programs. A large number of our former clients have completed their MBAs and now have rewarding business careers at Dubai firms such as Mawarid Finance, Nakheel Properties, Dnata Travel Services, and Pure Gold Jewellers. We also have former students working at Fortune 500 companies in the United States (including Amazon, JP Morgan Chase, and Costco) and large international corporations (such as Bank of China, Volkswagen Group, and British Petroleum). A successful business career starts with a strong business school application, including upper-percentile GMAT scores. Manhattan Review is a company founded by a business school professor, and we specialize in preparing prospective business students for the GMAT. Our tutors will exceed your expectations and get you the GMAT scores you need.
GMAT Private Tutoring
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)
Park Hyatt Dubai
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Sanjay L. was born in Leeds, England and grew up in London, the son of teacher parents who immigrated to the United Kingdom from New Delhi, India. Sanjay received a BA in economics from Northwestern University, and then taught in a Chicago-area private high school before enrolling in the MBA program at Roosevelt University's Heller College of Business. After finishing his degree, Sanjay became a business consultant and freelance curriculum writer for several education companies while working as a GMAT and SAT tutor on the side. Sanjay was first hired by Manhattan Review's Chicago office, and after several years of dedicated service, we gave him an opportunity to transfer to Dubai, which he eagerly accepted.
Sanjay's students have seen impressive score gains as a result of his tutoring, and he has several former clients who are current students or graduates of top business programs. "My first-attempt GMAT score, which was based on a self-study program, wasn't good enough to get into a good MBA program," remembered one former student. "I decided that I shouldn't trust my test scores to anyone but a professional, and started studying with Sanjay. Since I later got accepted to my first-choice business school, this proved to be a very wise decision." When he's not tutoring, consulting, or writing, Sanjay can be found in many of Dubai's art galleries. He is also a fan of the "Bollywood" films, especially those of the "Golden Age" from the late 1940s through the 1960s.