GMAT Private Tutoring in Shanghai (China)
Graduate business school applicants in Shanghai can greatly increase their chances of acceptance to a top program with Manhattan Review's Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) prep services. We offer several flexible GMAT learning options that accommodate any set of GMAT prep circumstances, including on-site GMAT prep courses, GMAT classes in online interactive format, and GMAT one-on-one tutoring. Prospective business students can also benefit from our GMAT practice tests and MBA admissions consulting. Manhattan Review's private GMAT tutors develop customized learning plans based on individual student characteristics. We assess each private tutoring client in terms of the GMAT content areas most in need of improvement and implement innovative learning strategies that account for that student's academic background, preferred learning style, and personality. Manhattan Review is an industry leader in test prep innovation, and we have been helping clients accomplish their goals since we were founded in 1999. Learn more about our GMAT prep services for Shanghai students by contacting us today.
A number of business schools in the United States offer merit scholarships to students who receive high scores on the GMAT. The GMAT 600 Plus Scholarship, for example, is available at Saint Xavier University's Graham School of Management. Awarding criteria include a GPA of 3.0 or above, work experience, and GMAT total scores of at least 600. All applicants to Vanderbilt University's Owen Graduate School of Management are automatically considered for scholarship awards that range from $5,000 per year to full tuition. Vanderbilt considers factors such as GMAT scores, work experience, GPA, and interviews. The Kelley School of Business at Indiana University provides some form of merit aid to more than half of its students, for which GMAT scores are one of the primary qualifications. The international MBA program at Florida International University provides scholarships for 100% of tuition. Eligibility requirements include a 3.5 undergraduate GPA and a GMAT score of 700 or above. High GMAT scores can be eminently helpful both to business school acceptance and to the financing of graduate business education.
Manhattan Review's GMAT prep services have helped thousands of students secure acceptance to the top business schools in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and every other country where the GMAT is accepted. Our GMAT clients have pursued and completed graduate business degrees at Harvard, Stanford, Wharton, the University of Chicago, UC Berkeley, Georgetown, Dartmouth, Oxford, Cambridge, McGill, the University of British Columbia, the University of Melbourne, Australian National University, and many more. Our GMAT students later become sought-after professionals in the job market, and they've been hired by many of the largest companies in the United States and in China (including Chevron, Archer Daniels Midland, Microsoft, United Technologies, Haitong Securities, Tata Information Technology, SinoLatin Capital, and Jinjiang International). One recent survey of starting salaries for new MBAs found that the top 44 business schools in the United States produced graduates who could expect to earn six-figure pay packages, and average salaries for graduates of the top 75 schools were $80,000 per year or more.
GMAT Private Tutoring
Great Course! Exceed my expectation. Kevin is knowledgeable and does a good job explaining the material. He also goes to the difficult stuff really quickly and forces you to follow closely.
- Emmanuel (This student took our Online GMAT classic course)
Sheraton Shanghai Hongkou Hotel
59 Siping Road
Shanghai 200086, China
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Zane L. has been a Manhattan Review GMAT tutor since 2008, and has taught over 700 students as a classroom instructor or private tutor. A native of Madison, Wisconsin, he is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business. His GMAT total score of 740 was in the 99th percentile of all test-takers and above the average score at Booth.
Zane also has considerable real-world business experience, and he previously worked for a major bank in Chicago before accepting a job as an executive at a Shanghai financial services firm. According to his students, Zane's GMAT teaching results in considerable score gains on all segments of the test, and his GMAT clients have been accepted to most of the top business schools in the United States.