Best GMAT Test Prep Tutoring in St. Gallen

GMAT Tutoring in St. Gallen

Manhattan Review's Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) prep services produce high sectional and total scores for graduate business school applicants in St. Gallen. Students can master GMAT content and become expert test-takers with our customized GMAT private tutoring, on-site or online GMAT classroom instruction, and GMAT practice tests. We also offer MBA admissions consulting services for those who wish to maximize the effectiveness of their business school applications. Manhattan Review has been successfully teaching GMAT prep in major cities around the world since 1999, and we have helped thousands of students live their dreams of attending an elite business school. St. Gallen students benefit from our rigorous course materials, creative study techniques, innovative teaching methods, and proven track record in GMAT prep. No other company has more experience teaching the GMAT to international students, who learn most effectively via instruction tailored to their specific needs. Find out more about Manhattan Review's GMAT learning plans in St. Gallen by contacting us today.

Selective graduate business schools in the United States have high GMAT standards. Most institutions disclose the average and/or average GMAT score ranges of their accepted students, and we encourage aspiring graduate business students to review the data. The Stanford Graduate School of Business received approximately 8,000 applications for its most recent MBA class, and accepted about 400 (5%). The average GMAT total score for these admitted Stanford students was 737, which is among the highest in the world. The acceptance rate at Harvard Business School is 11%, and the median GMAT score is 730. Harvard Business School also reports middle 80% GMAT scores of 690-760. The full-time MBA program at the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business has an average GMAT score of 726. Meeting the GMAT standards of top business schools is most often the result of informed and experienced GMAT instruction. Manhattan Review's GMAT classroom instructors and individual tutors teach students in St. Gallen how to use their existing academic skills to receive their highest possible GMAT scores.

A number of world-class business schools have accepted Manhattan Review's GMAT students, including Harvard, Stanford, Oxford, Cambridge, Yale, Georgetown, the University of Virginia, Northwestern, the University of Chicago, and the University of St. Gallen. Many of our former GMAT clients have completed master's- or doctoral-level business degrees and are now successful business professionals at Fortune 500 companies, such as Walgreens Boots Alliance, Express Scripts Holding, Bank of America, Home Depot, and Marathon Petroluem. Some of our past GMAT clients now work for companies in St. Gallen, including Notenstein La Roche Private Bank, Helvetia Insurance, and FISBA. Advanced business training is associated with the potential for high earnings. According to Fortune magazine, new MBAs can expect to receive an average increase in salary of $45,000 per year, with a mean total salary of $100,000 annually. About 84% of responding companies said they intend to hire MBAs in the near future, demonstrating a highly favorable job market for recent MBA graduates. With Manhattan Review's GMAT services in St. Gallen, you can start working right away toward a promising career in business.

GMAT Private Tutoring

Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online

GMAT Private Course

12 hours in total, Personalized 1-on-1 Course, In Person or Live Online

St. Gallen

Primary Course Venue:

Radisson Blu Hotel
St. Jakobstrasse 55
St. Gallen 9000
Switzerland

NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.

Meet a St. Gallen GMAT Tutor: Stan P.

Stan P., who was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, has been a GMAT tutor and classroom instructor for Manhattan Review in New York and St. Gallen since 2010. He is a graduate of the University of Georgia and Columbia Business School, and received GMAT total scores in the top 1% of all test-takers. He was formerly employed by a securities firm based in New York City.

In his GMAT teaching, Stan emphasizes the creation of the best study plans for each student. "The majority of my students' study time is spent outside the classroom," he says. "Helping them make the best possible use of that time is one of my most important responsibilities." In his spare time, Stan enjoys film, literature, and following his hometown Atlanta Braves.