GMAT Private Tutoring in Montreal (Canada)
The Graduate Management Admission Test (commonly known as the GMAT) is an exam that requires a large amount of preparation and study time. Manhattan Review has been providing students with this preparation and study time in various forms, including private tutoring, since 1999, and they can help you as well by giving you various resources to take advantage of for your GMAT exam preparation. Manhattan Review's private tutors are the most experienced and capable in the Montreal area, with several having taken the GMAT in their own right, and some doing so multiple times to keep up with the current formatting and content. They can also be utilized in combination with some of the other resources that Manhattan Review can provide to students looking to take advantage of a wide variety of approaches to preparing for their GMAT exam. Manhattan Review also offers group courses for students who would like to learn from their peers under a common instructor, and practice tests for studying alone.
Manhattan Review's GMAT exam tutors in the Montreal area have many benefits available that make them the best option for students looking for private tutoring on the GMAT. Manhattan Review's private tutors can work with students either in-person or online depending on the student's needs and preferences. Students who choose to work with an in-person tutor will be able to work in a mutually agreed upon location in the Montreal area that is convenient for both parties. Manhattan Review tutors can also offer flexibility in terms of scheduling and in their lesson plans. Students who work with a Manhattan Review tutor can adjust their lesson plan as necessary to compensate for any weak points while maintaining the strong ones, ensuring a stronger and more well-rounded performance on the day of the GMAT exam. Manhattan Review also offers combination packages that allow for students to use their private tutor alongside the group courses that Manhattan Review offers, which are also available online and in-person.
Students who have taken advantage of the study preparation that Manhattan Review has to offer have seen gains as a result of their work with their tutors and the accompanying benefits. Students have scored higher on the day of the GMAT exam, and also delivered a more well-rounded performance than they did before beginning work with their instructor. As a result, their subsequently higher scores have given them the ability to get into universities in (University of Montreal, Rosemont College, and McGill University) and out (Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Oxford, New York University, Brown, Columbia, Barnard, Cambridge, and many more across the world) of the Montreal area. Students who have managed to parlay their higher GMAT scores into a more prestigious college have used their academic success and stronger study habits to get jobs at various companies, several ranked in the Fortune 500. Call or email an academic program advisor today to learn about the study plans Manhattan Review can offer you in your GMAT exam preparation.
GMAT Private Tutoring
Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online
I just wanted to let you know that I scored 750 in the GMAT first time around. Thank you very much for your help.
- Florian (This student took our Frankfurt GMAT weekend course)
Primary Course Venue:
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Montreal Teaching Center at the Sheraton
1201 Boulevard Rene-Levesque West
Montreal, Quebec H3B 2L7
Phone: (514) 312-7207
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Meet a Montreal GMAT Tutor: Charles K.
Charles K. was born and raised in the Montreal area and returned to the city after finishing his education at Brown University, where he studied for an MBA degree. After receiving a high score on the GMAT during his time preparing for the exam, he began helping students in their preparations for the GMAT and GRE exams with Manhattan Review.
Charles uses a wide variety of study techniques and tips to help his students with their preparation, with variation between the group courses he teaches in addition to the private tutoring that he provides for students at Manhattan Review. He believes in adjusting study plans as necessary for the student to learn most easily and fulfill their greatest potential. When he is not helping students on their exams, he can be found traveling.