GMAT Private Tutoring in Beijing (China)
Manhattan Review is a top international test prep company that offers several effective preparation services for the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) in Beijing. Among the available GMAT prep options are customized private tutoring in Beijing, on-site courses in Beijing, and online GMAT instruction. We also provide GMAT practice tests and MBA admissions consulting. Founded in 1999, Manhattan Review offers high-quality GMAT prep services to business school applicants in major Asian, European, African, North American, and South American cities. Thousands of students have been accepted to their preferred graduate business programs with the help of our teaching. Our talented and dedicated GMAT teachers will show you the best GMAT study techniques and the most effective GMAT testing strategies, which will help you maximize your GMAT score gains. Rigorous GMAT prep is one of the wisest investments you can make in your future. Contact Manhattan Review today for more information on our GMAT services for business school applicants in Beijing.
Among all the questions that we are asked about the GMAT, the most frequent is obvious: how high do GMAT scores need to be in order to have the best chances of acceptance? The answer to this question is both simple and almost infinitely variable. Applicants with GMAT scores that are above institutional averages have the best admission odds, but the definition of "above average" depends on the school. Ohio State University's Fisher College of Business is a respected program that has been ranked in the top 40 in the United States. This institution reports that the mean GMAT total score for accepted students is 675, which is in the 83rd percentile of all test-takers. Theoretically, a student who received a GMAT total score of 700 would be a strong candidate for admission to Fisher. Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management, a top-10 institution, has a much higher GMAT profile, with an average score of 728 and a middle-80% score range of 690-780. A 700-scoring applicant to this institution would be in the bottom third of the GMAT range for accepted students, and would therefore be far less likely to gain admission.
Manhattan Review students consistently receive upper-percentile GMAT scores and are regularly accepted to top business schools. Our GMAT clients have become students at and graduates of Harvard Business School, Columbia Business School, the Yale School of Management, Dartmouth College's Tuck School of Business, the Stanford Graduate School of Business, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Sloan School of Management, the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School, London Business School, the University of Cambridge's Judge Business School, the University of Oxford's Saïd Business School, INSEAD, the Anderson School of Management at UCLA, and many more. Our former GMAT students have been hired by an impressive list of prominent companies. Some are now employed by Beijing's most vital companies, including Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, New China Life Insurance, Datang Telecom Group, Tsinghua Holdings, and UBS Securities. Others have accepted job offers from Fortune 500 companies, including State Farm Insurance, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, United Continental Holdings, and Walgreens Boots Alliance. Take an important step toward your future success with Manhattan Review's GMAT prep courses and GMAT private tutoring for Beijing students.
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Now I am preparing for my GMAT tests. The course books Turbocharge Your GMAT and Official Guide For GMAT are very helpful. I think the combination of these two books is very good. What I like the most about Turbocharge Your GMAT course is Vocabulary lists. The other books don't provide such lists, but for me as a foreigner it is very important to learn the words that may appear in GMAT. For example, I was afraid not to understand a task in math section or to misunderstand it, and not to give correct answer to relatively easy question just because I didn't understand the data or the question. But after I learned Math Vocabulary list I very seldom misunderstand a task. Now the hardest GMAT task for me is Reading comprehension, because my vocabulary sometimes is not enough to understand a text, especially if it is historic matter. So now I am learning words from Vocabulary lists. Now I study hard every day, because I realize I am at a disadvantage in comparison to test takers, whose native language is English.
- Natalia (This student is based in Russia)
Hilton Beijing Wangfujing
8 Wangfujing East Street
Beijing 100006, China
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Sylvia T. has been teaching the GMAT for Manhattan Review since 2011. She first joined our company at the Los Angeles branch, and transferred to Beijing in 2016. She has received rave reviews from her students in all types of GMAT instruction, from on-site to online and from individual to group contexts. Sylvia’s clients especially appreciate her seemingly infinite patience and warm classroom personality.
Sylvia studied economics at the University of Michigan, finishing her bachelor's degree with honors. She then completed a master of business administration at the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business. She is currently pursuing a career as an independent business consultant in addition to her GMAT teaching. Her hobbies include comedy films, cooking, and skydiving.