GMAT Private Tutoring in Singapore

Manhattan Review offers Singapore's most effective and results-oriented services for the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT). The GMAT is an extremely important admissions requirement that is taken quite seriously by business schools in the English-speaking world. Singapore applicants to master of business administration, master of finance, master of accounting, doctor of philosophy, or other graduate business programs can master the challenging GMAT with Manhattan Review's flexible learning options. Students seeking individual GMAT instruction should consider our private GMAT tutoring plans, which implement customized learning plans built from our complete analysis of all relevant student attributes (such as desired scores, GMAT strengths and weaknesses, undergraduate major, and preferred learning style). Students who prefer group instruction should consider our GMAT classes, which are available either on-site or online. All types of GMAT learners can improve their GMAT skills with our high-quality GMAT practice tests. Manhattan Review has been the industry's leading international GMAT prep company since we were founded in 1999. Contact our friendly Singapore support staff right away for details on course options, scheduling, or for answers to your questions.

Students who take the GMAT receive several types of scores. The total score is the most widely discussed, but some graduate programs that accept or require the GMAT have more specific expectations. The master of science in computational finance program at Carnegie Mellon University reports an average total GMAT score of 732 from accepted students, but this is typically built from an average of 50 quantitative and 38 verbal (approximately the 90th and 85th percentiles respectively). The master of science in financial economics degree offering at Columbia Business School reports even higher average quantitative scores (the 95th percentile), but the mean verbal score (the 75th percentile) is more modest. UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business reports a similar GMAT sectional profile for its successful applicants, with respective quantitative and verbal averages of about 50 and 34. The GMAT quantitative section carries more weight at most business schools than the GMAT verbal section, but elite scores are far less common on the latter than on the former.

Manhattan Review's GMAT prep services have helped students meet a wide variety of GMAT requirements or GMAT expectations. Our company has a proven track record of getting our clients accepted to top business schools such as Harvard, Stanford, Yale, Wharton, Northwestern, Dartmouth, Columbia, Duke, Cornell, the University of Michigan, UCLA, MIT, the University of Virginia, and Carnegie Mellon. Graduates of prestigious business schools almost invariably receive lucrative job offers with high salaries. According to Forbes magazine, completion of an MBA is associated with an immediate 50% increase in salary over pre-MBA earnings. Manhattan Review's past GMAT clients have been hired by a number of Fortune 500 companies, including Exxon Mobil, General Electric, Berkshire Hathaway, and JP Morgan Chase. Our former students have also been hired by important Singapore firms such as Popular Holdings, Systems on Silicon Manufacturing Company, Tiger Airways Holdings, and Venture Corporation. With Manhattan Review's GMAT prep services in Singapore, you can start working immediately on improving your career in business.

GMAT Private Tutoring

Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online

GMAT Private Course

12 hours in total, Personalized 1-on-1 Course, In Person or Live Online

Singapore

Primary Course Venue:

Hilton Singapore
581 Orchard Road
Singapore SG 238883, Singapore

NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.

Meet a Singapore GMAT Tutor: Dontrelle C.

Dontrelle C., who was born and raised in Philadelphia, is a career educator and independent businessman. He has nearly 20 years of experience as a public-school teacher and restaurant owner in his native city, and he has been teaching GMAT prep since 2010. Inspired by an interest in international education, he relocated to Singapore in 2015, where he teaches at a local secondary school.

Dontrelle holds a bachelor's degree in education from St. Joseph's University and an MBA from Ohio State University's Fisher College of Business. His GMAT teaching has helped students get accepted to prestigious business schools such as Columbia, Cornell, Indiana, and Brigham Young. Dontrelle's restaurant is currently managed by his son, a student at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.