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The Manhattan Review Advantage

At Manhattan Review we don't just teach the GMAT, we teach the underlying knowledge for mastering it. Our students become familiar with the GMAT's structure, its question types, its patterns and its tricks, but above all they develop a confidence in their understanding of the academic concepts that the GMAT measures.

We provide comprehensive instruction on the full range of material covered in each section of the GMAT. While studying GMAT academic content, our students also learn about the GMAT's approach to assessing reasoning skills and become familiar with its style of questioning. Students who complete Manhattan Review's GMAT course can identify the different GMAT question types and recognize the best way to approach each question. They develop an appreciation for the thought process that went into developing each question and they learn proper pacing techniques to ensure that they have time to thoughtfully complete all questions.

Founded by Professor Joern Meissner, who received a master's degree and PhD from Columbia Business School, Manhattan Review's intensive curriculum was developed partly based on Professor Meissner's work with Columbia MBA students. The US-based company's Zurich unit has specifically tailored its curriculum to build on the approach to math and quantitative instruction used in Switzerland. Our tutors are Swiss students and professionals who have achieved GMAT scores in the 95th percentile or higher.

Our Key to High Scores

There are a finite number of concepts tested in the GMAT and becoming fully proficient in all the GMAT subject areas, from probability to geometry to the rules of English grammar, is very achievable. Students who have completed Manhattan Review's GMAT test prep course have received comprehensive instruction on all the academic areas that the GMAT measures. They have reviewed mathematical formulas, grammatical rules and how to apply them. They also have an understanding of why different question formats are used to assess different skills and can identify the best and most efficient approaches for the different question types.

Zurich Manhattan Review GMAT Course Overview

Founded and based in the US, Manhattan Review now offers courses in several countries around the world. Each country's course curriculum takes into account local instructional styles and is designed to address needs specific to local students. Our instructors in Zurich have attended Swiss schools and achieved top scores on the GMAT. Our courses are continually evaluated on both a local and global basis to assess strengths and weaknesses in the curriculum and how it is applied in different locations.

The curriculum is continually updated to incorporate the GMAT's latest changes as well as the techniques that have yielded the most success system-wide and region-by-region. Coursework progresses in difficulty, beginning with more fundamental material and proceeding to more advanced concepts each successive week. A syllabus of in-class instruction topics and homework assignments can be accessed by clicking below.

Maximum Skill Retention with Manhattan Review

Manhattan Review helps students get the most impact out of their study time through a curriculum where in-class instruction, practice exercises, online problem sets and homework reinforce each other. Practice questions help students put into practice concepts and techniques learned in class and identify areas where further instruction is needed. The practice problems are questions drawn from actual GMAT tests, and they help students familiarize themselves with GMAT question formats. Instructors review students' practice work to correct misconceptions and assess their level of understanding of the material. As students master concepts, they are provided with increasingly difficult coursework. The cycle then repeats, with students applying what they have learned in the latest lesson to a new round of practice questions from actual GMAT tests.