GMAT Private Tutoring in Manila (Philippines)

GMAT Tutoring in Manila

Manhattan Review's Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) services for Manila students produce elite test scores and selective business school admission. Our GMAT learning plans may be taken in several comprehensive formats, including private GMAT tutoring, on-site GMAT prep courses, and online GMAT instruction, and we are also Manila's top resource for GMAT practice tests. Manhattan Review's GMAT teaching focuses on GMAT content skills, GMAT study techniques, and GMAT testing strategies to maximize our impact on student test score performance. All of our GMAT programs feature innovative instructional methodologies, high-quality course materials, and the most credentialed and experienced GMAT educators available in Manila. Manhattan Review is an international education company that has been serving Manila and other major Asian, European, African, South American, and North American cities since we were founded in 1999, and our instruction has been responsible for tens of thousands of high GMAT scores and business school acceptances. Contact Manhattan Review in Manila by phone, by email, or online for more information on our GMAT prep courses, GMAT private tutoring, and GMAT practice tests.

Students considering graduate business school should first do an extensive cost-benefit analysis. Business school, even at most public universities in the United States, is an expensive proposition. Tuition and fees alone at the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business, for example, are approximately $68,000 per year for international and non-Virginia residents, and Virginia residents do not fare much better at $65,000. With living expenses, UVA has estimated the cost of a two-year MBA program at nearly $200,000. Independent analysis of post-MBA compensation, however, clearly shows that this is a sound investment. A 2010 peer-reviewed study concluded that business professionals received an average salary increase of 50% immediately after finishing an MBA program, and an 80% increase over pre-MBA compensation after five years on the job. For instance, an initial salary of $60,000 typically jumps to $90,000 right after earning the MBA and to $108,000 after five years. In short, approximately six years of MBA salary gains more than offset the investment of tuition, fees, and expenses, and everything afterwards is pure profit (and this is assuming that the student pays the full business school sticker price, which many do not).

Students who take Manhattan Review's GMAT prep courses or GMAT private tutoring plans have an impressive record of highly selective business school acceptances (Harvard, Stanford, UC Berkeley, Wharton, Oxford, Cambridge, MIT, Yale, the University of Virginia, the University of Chicago, UCLA, Georgetown, Duke, Emory, and NYU, to name just a few). Our former GMAT clients regularly finish master of business administration, other master's level business degrees, or doctorates and find themselves highly sought after in the job market. Some have chosen to accept positions at Fortune 500 companies, including State Farm Insurance, Express Scripts Holding, Wells Fargo, Prudential Financial, JP Morgan Chase, and United Continental Holdings. Others have returned to Manila after being offered jobs at local firms such as San Miguel Corporation, 2GO Group, Philtrust Bank, Radio Corporation of the Philippines, and TicketNet. Start getting ready for a bright and prosperous future in business today with Manhattan Review's GMAT prep services for business school applicants living in Manila.

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


Primary Course Venue:

Diamond Hotel Philippines
Roxas Boulevard
Manila, Luzon 1300, Philippines

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

Meet a Manila GMAT Tutor: Cady A.

Cady A. has been on the GMAT instructional staff of Manhattan Review's Manila branch for the past three years. Before her relocation to Manila, she spent five years teaching GMAT courses and tutoring sessions for Manhattan Review in the Los Angeles area. She is originally from Salem, Oregon, where she was a star high school student and athlete in basketball and track and field.

Cady's academic credentials include a bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Oregon and a master of business administration from the Anderson School of Management at the University of California-Los Angeles. Her GMAT teaching has facilitated selective business school acceptance for hundreds of students in the United States and in the Philippines.