Best GMAT Test Prep Tutoring in Munich (Germany)
Manhattan Review has been the industry's leading resource for innovative Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) prep since 1999. Munich students can get accepted to world-class business schools such as Harvard, Wharton, Stanford, Northwestern, Dartmouth, Columbia, and Duke with our local GMAT prep services, including on-site GMAT prep classes, GMAT group instruction in online interactive format, and GMAT private tutoring. Thousands of our past students have pursued master of business administration, master of accountancy, master of finance, or other graduate business degrees at all of the above institutions and many more. Manhattan Review's GMAT offerings derive their effectiveness from engaging instructional methodologies, meticulously developed course materials, and the most dedicated GMAT instructors available in Munich. Our private GMAT tutoring plans are custom-designed for each student in order to maximize learning. We consider every relevant factor in the teaching process, such as student strengths and weaknesses on the GMAT, desired score ranges, preferred learning style, and undergraduate background. This targeted instruction produces optimal results in the most time-efficient manner possible.
Business school applicants must have a realistic understanding of the GMAT scores expected by business schools. Higher scores are generally necessary for acceptance into the better programs. Students can easily learn institutional GMAT averages by viewing class profiles of accepted students. The UC Davis Graduate School of Management, recently ranked the 50th-best business school in the United States, reports an average GMAT score of 683. The Yale School of Management (#18) claims a GMAT median of 720, while the top-ranked Stanford Graduate School of Business has a GMAT average of 733. These scores may sound intimidating, but prospective business students should understand that they are attainable. The GMAT involves a focused set of skills, all of which can be acquired through professional instruction. Manhattan Review's GMAT prep courses and private tutoring plans show our students how to master all of the skills necessary for elite GMAT performance and acceptance to selective business schools.
Graduate business training almost invariably improves business careers, and the benefits far outweigh the costs. Two years of tuition at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, for example, costs approximately $130,000. The average annual starting salary for a Stanford MBA is roughly the same amount (not including other types of compensation), and is more than twice the typical salary of working adults with a bachelor's degree only (about $59,000 per year, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics). Manhattan Review's past GMAT clients have accepted lucrative jobs at Fortune 500 companies (such as Berkshire Hathaway, Wells Fargo, JP Morgan Chase, and Prudential Financial), and hired by Munich firms (including BMW, Computer 2000, Allianz, and Biomax Informatics). Improving your business career begins with a strong business school application that meets or exceeds institutional GMAT averages. Manhattan Review's GMAT prep courses and private tutoring in Munich will help you climb the ladder of success.
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I got a 730 (unofficially). A 44 quantitative and 47 verbal. Interestingly, my score on the verbal side went up on each practice exam and the actual exam, while my math score was exactly the same every time, even though I studied much harder for the math because I found it more difficult than the verbal.
- Ian (This student took our New York GMAT classic course)
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"I enjoy teaching because every day brings a new challenge," says Kim R., who has been a Manhattan Review GMAT tutor since 2008. "Every one of my students needs a unique program and method of instruction, and figuring out how to go from point A to point B is always interesting. Though my primary career is doing just fine, I plan to keep tutoring for as long as I can." Kim's student evaluations and the GMAT scores of her students demonstrate that she is a dedicated and effective GMAT educator.
Originally from San Jose, California, Kim is a graduate of the University of Southern California and UCLA's Anderson School of Management. She is a marketing executive for an international publisher with offices in Munich, and teaches GMAT prep as much as her schedule will allow. Her students have been accepted to top business schools in the United States, England, Canada, and Australia. Kim and her husband have two daughters, ages 6 and 8.