Best GMAT Test Prep Tutoring in Zurich
Manhattan Review in Zurich is a trusted provider of effective private tutoring for the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT). Our customized learning plans are taught by experienced tutors with outstanding academic credentials, understanding of higher education in English-speaking countries, and knowledge of the business world. Our company has been specializing in teaching test prep to international students since we were founded by a business school professor in 1999. Manhattan Review's one-on-one GMAT tutoring is the most efficient means of GMAT preparation available in Zurich. Targeted instruction based on individual student characteristics develops GMAT skills in the shortest possible timeframe, which allows our students to devote more effort to the other components of their business school applications. Manhattan Review's private GMAT tutoring is the perfect choice for Zurich students who wish to gain admission to business school in the United States, United Kingdom, or anywhere the GMAT is required or accepted.
The GMAT is an assessment of business student potential rather than business skills or business knowledge. Four sections are included: quantitative, verbal, integrated reasoning, and analytical writing. The quantitative section tests students' abilities to solve problems, interpret data presented in graphics, and reason quantitatively. In the verbal section, students must demonstrate reading comprehension, evaluation of argument, and coherent writing skills. Integrated reasoning, introduced in 2012, focuses on the analysis of several different types of sources, while analytical writing asks students to write critically about the argument of a given reading passage. The total score is built from the verbal and quantitative sections only; the other two sections are scored separately (1-8 for integrated reasoning and 1-6 for analytical writing). Quantitative and verbal scores are given from 11 to 51 for each of these sections and are then converted to a total score of 200 to 800. Manhattan Review's private GMAT tutoring duplicates this complex assessment process for student evaluation and improvement of problem areas.
The success of Manhattan Review's private GMAT tutoring is shown by our large number of elite business school acceptances. Our clients have pursued and completed graduate business degrees at top institutions such as the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, Columbia Business School, and Harvard Business School. Many of our past students now enjoy lucrative and rewarding business careers at Fortune 500 companies, including Berkshire Hathaway, Fannie Mae, Microsoft, and Proctor & Gamble. We've also taught current employees of important Zurich companies such as SIX Financial Information, EFG International, Julius Baer Group, and VZ Holding. Contact Manhattan Review today for more information on how we can add your name to our ever-increasing list of successful clients.
GMAT Private Tutoring
I thought you may like to know my GMAT score. I sat for it on Dec. 17 and got a 730.
- Peter (This student took our GMAT weekend course)
Zürich 8712, Schweiz
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"Sabine's tutoring brought my GMAT scores up by more than 100 points. With her attention to detail, engaging teaching style, and outgoing personality, she is an exceptional educator." This is one of many glowing student comments on the GMAT instruction of Sabine G., a Zurich-based GMAT tutor for Manhattan Review. Originally from Rosenheim, Germany, she is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University and Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business. Her resume includes substantial experience in business, as an investment adviser, securities analyst, and management consultant at four large companies in the United States.
Sabine currently works for the Zurich branch of an international bank in addition to her GMAT tutoring for Manhattan Review. She has six years of experience preparing students in the United States and Europe for the GMAT, and her students have gained admission to several business programs with acceptance rates of 20% or lower. She plans to eventually start her own investment firm dedicated to the financial needs of her fellow educators. In her spare time, Sabine enjoys staying physically active, especially through yoga, bicycling, and training for marathons. She recently got engaged to a professor of theology at a local university, and the couple is planning a destination wedding at a resort in the south of France.