Best GMAT Test Prep Tutoring in Kuala Lumpur
Private tutoring for the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is widely regarded as the most effective means of preparation. Manhattan Review's GMAT tutors in Kuala Lumpur have the combination of academic credentials, high GMAT scores, and business experience necessary to produce top scores for their students. Our teachers create customized learning plans for each and every one of our clients that consider strengths and weaknesses in all of the GMAT's content areas, individual learning style, and the latest research into methods of teaching and learning. Since we have thousands of past clients who have reached their goals, the results of these learning plans speak for themselves. Contact Manhattan Review right away for more information on how we can help you get accepted to business school.
Business school admissions are extremely competitive, especially with respect to the higher-ranked programs. Stanford University's Graduate School of Business accepts approximately 7% of its more than 6,500 yearly applicants, and about 11% of over 9,000 annual applications to Harvard Business School are successful. Students admitted to elite business programs all have something in common: superior GMAT scores. The average GMAT score for all test-takers is in the mid-500s, but most MBA students at the best schools scored a 700 or above. Manhattan Review's GMAT tutors have helped their students meet or exceed the median levels at most of the highly ranked business programs, including the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, the Fuqua School of Business at Duke, the Anderson School of Management at UCLA, and the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon.
Manhattan Review's GMAT tutoring clients have gone on to successful careers at firms around the world and as independent businessmen and businesswomen. Our former students now play key roles at Fortune 500 companies such as General Motors, CVS Health, Wells Fargo, and Archer Daniels Midland. Our alumni also work for Kuala Lumpur's top firms, including Lion & Lion, IHH Healthcare, Wasco Energy, and AIA Public. Many of our alumni have started their own businesses, in industries ranging from financial services and web design to consumer goods manufacturing and property management. With Manhattan Review's GMAT private tutoring and prep services, you can follow our past students along the path of success.
GMAT Private Tutoring
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
GMAT Private Course
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
I have recently attended this weekend session of the Manhattan Review's GMAT course in London. I had hoped the course would be valuable in improving my mathematical and critical reasoning skills. Instead, the course exceeded all my expectations. I mentioned my observations to a group of fellow attendees and we all agreed we had learnt more in one day from this course than in our final year of secondary education!
- Shyama (This student took our London GMAT weekend course)
Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur Hotel
129 Jalan Sultan Ismail
Kuala Lumpur 50250, Malaysia
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Meet a Kuala Lumpur GMAT Tutor: Rachel C.
Rachel C. is originally from Omaha, Nebraska, where she starred on her high school track team and for the debate club. She completed an undergraduate degree in finance at the University of Michigan -- Ann Arbor and a Master of Finance at Princeton University. Rachel splits her professional life between independent financial consulting and GMAT tutoring for Manhattan Review. She has also taught money management courses on a volunteer basis for various charitable organizations dedicated to helping economically disadvantaged populations. She has been affiliated with Manhattan Review since 2006, mostly working out of our New York office before accepting the challenge of establishing herself in Kuala Lumpur.
Rachel has quickly acclimated herself to the cultural environment of her new city. Her local students derive a great deal of confidence from her broad range of experiences, and frequently say so in her student evaluations. "Business school in the United States used to seem like an impossible dream to me, but Rachel's knowledge of teaching and business helped me draw on abilities that I didn't even know I had," said one recent student. "My practice test scores kept going up, and when I finally took the test for real, I was in the upper range of students at my chosen program." Rachel intends to pursue a PhD at some point in the future, but in the meantime, she stays busy with a variety of hobbies, including photography, painting, and studying the Arabic language.