Best GMAT Test Prep Tutoring in Frankfurt (Germany)
The Graduate Management Admission Test, or GMAT, is an exam that may be somewhat challenging due to the high degree of competition for a high score and the potentially difficult subject matter that the exam covers. Students may feel that the best resource to help them with the process of learning the material that is covered on the GMAT exam is private tutoring. Students looking for private tutoring or other resources to help them with mastering the material on the GMAT should look to Manhattan Review, which has been providing students in and out of Frankfurt with GMAT private tutoring and other options for standardized test prep since 1999. Students who work with Manhattan Review's private tutors can use them either individually or in combination with other resources such as group courses and practice exams to help them with the process of learning the material in the form of convenient study packages.
Students who choose to work with Manhattan Review will have access to a wide variety of benefits designed to help students with the process of studying for the GMAT exam, and will be working with instructors who have many years of experience helping their students learn the material covered on the GMAT. Manhattan Review's private tutors, along with the group courses provided by Manhattan Review, can offer their instruction either in-person or online depending on what the student feels would be best for helping them learn the material that is covered on the exam. Manhattan Review's private tutors can also offer their students flexible scheduling and the ability to customize their lesson plan according to their strengths and weaknesses. Manhattan Review's in-person private tutors can also offer their students the ability to work at any mutually convenient location in the Frankfurt area for the purposes of preparing for the GMAT.
Manhattan Review's standardized test preparation services have helped a wide variety of students who are looking for assistance with their preparation for the GMAT exam. Students who have worked with Manhattan Review's private tutors have been able to utilize the guidance they have been given to ensure a stronger performance on the day of the exam, leading to a higher score. Students who have worked with Manhattan Review have used their improved GMAT scores to gain acceptance to a wide variety of educational institutions, such as Harvard, Yale, Stanford, UCLA, Penn State, Kenyon, Vassar, Columbia, Emory, Oxford, Cambridge, University of Chicago, New York University, Goethe University Frankfurt, Frankfurt University, and many others. Students have also made use of their academic backgrounds at these schools to gain careers at companies in and out of the Frankfurt area, such as Procter & Gamble. Call or email one of Manhattan Review's academic program advisors today to learn more.
GMAT Private Tutoring
I took the GMAT weekend course last year in August in Zurich (it was the weekend of those terrific floods in Switzerland...), and I remember the instructor telling us to let you know how I did. Sorry it took so long! I got a 680, which was good for 90th percentile, and it got me an 80% scholarship at the school that was my first choice. Thanks so much for the assistance. On more than one occasion I heard my instructor's voice in my head during the exam. It helped immeasurably! The strategies, tactics, and the overall mindset he prescribed made all the difference. Thanks again! Please pass on my thanks and appreciation to my instructor.
- Christoph (This student took our Zurich GMAT weekend course)
Sheraton Frankfurt Congress Hotel
Lyoner Strasse 44-48
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Sam K. was born in the United Kingdom but decided to move to Germany after spending some time studying abroad while he was attending Oxford. After moving to the Frankfurt area, he took up working as a private tutor for a variety of standardized tests with Manhattan Review, including the GMAT exam, and now helps students in a wide variety of locations with the process of preparing.
Sam's teaching methods vary depending on which exam he is teaching but all his methods are designed to help his students develop a stronger understanding of the basic rules for the questions that are covered on the student's chosen standardized exam. When he is not helping students in and out of Frankfurt with their GMAT preparation, Sam likes to travel and play tennis.