GMAT Private Tutoring in Riyadh (Saudi Arabia)
Manhattan Review is a high-end test prep company that has been teaching students around the world how to succeed on the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) since 1999. We offer private GMAT tutoring in Riyadh that accommodates the needs and schedule of each individual client. Our personalized GMAT tutoring is based on a variety of factors that are specific to each student, and it is therefore the most effective method of GMAT prep available. We assess all of our GMAT tutoring students in terms of strengths and weaknesses in each of the GMAT's testing areas, larger academic background, preferred methods of learning, and personality in order to develop customized tutoring programs that maximize GMAT performance. Manhattan Review's GMAT tutors are dedicated educators with strong teaching and business credentials who are thoroughly versed in diverse methods of instruction that can be adapted to any combination of student characteristics. Our Riyadh GMAT private tutoring is quite simply the best way to master the GMAT.
With more than 250,000 annual takers of the GMAT, prospective business students face a great deal of competition. Statistical research shows that the average score for all of these test-takers is about 545, with the majority (almost 70%) scoring between 440 and 640. This score range is, to put it bluntly, not good enough for acceptance into most selective business schools. The median GMAT score for students accepted into Indiana University's Kelley School of Business, for example, is a 680. At Carnegie Mellon's Tepper School of Business, the typical student scored a 700, while 715 is the median GMAT score for Columbia Business School. At the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business, Harvard Business School, and Stanford Graduate School of Business, these numbers are even higher, at 720, 730, and 740 respectively. Students who wish to meet these high admissions standards must undergo careful and thoughtful GMAT preparation. Manhattan Review's private GMAT tutoring has helped countless students around the world reach the necessary score levels for acceptance into all of the above institutions and many others.
The majority of Manhattan Review's GMAT students aspire to work in business, either at global corporations or companies in their countries of origin. We're proud to say that our students have succeeded in getting hired by General Dynamics, Occidental Petroleum, Hartford Financial Services Group, and other Fortune 500 companies. We also have former students who now work at ComSpots, M. Saeed Contractors, Microart Group, and other important Riyadh businesses. A distinguished career in business begins with a strong business school application, which necessitates upper-percentile GMAT scores. Manhattan Review's GMAT private tutoring and prep classes will ensure that your GMAT scores impress admissions committees. Contact us today for more information on how we can help you get your business career off to a promising start.
GMAT Private Tutoring
I took the GMAT recently & got a score of 690 (91 percentile). Although, I was aiming for a score over 700 I am quite satisfied with it, since I have a very busy schedule and I had very little time to prepare. I believe Manhattan review's weekend course and the mock tests really helped me maximize my score within a short time frame. Further, the classes gave me an opportunity to interact with fellow test takers which was very useful since I learnt from their experiences in preparing for the test and taking the test. Thank you.
- Raja (This student took our Berlin GMAT weekend course)
Sheraton Riyadh Hotel & Towers
King Abdullah Road, Al Wurud
Riyadh 12216, Saudi-Arabien
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Patricia K. is a graduate of American University and the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business. She has worked as a GMAT tutor in several cities since 2005 and has successfully guided hundreds of students to acceptance to highly ranked business schools in the United States and United Kingdom. She has also taught as an adjunct faculty member at various universities in the middle Atlantic region of the United States, and is a former investment adviser at a large American company.
Patricia describes her teaching style as student-centered. "GMAT prep is a highly personal endeavor," she says. "Each student requires a unique program of instruction in order to achieve optimal results. Targeted instruction works for my students, and a side benefit is the fact that I never get bored with my teaching." Patricia's flexible tutoring schedule leaves her ample time for hobbies, which include studying the Arabic language, playing tennis, and gardening.