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GMAT Tutoring with Manhattan Review Hong Kong

Private GMAT Tutoring

For students interested in individual instruction, Manhattan Review offers private tutoring services. Our private tutors can provide tailored instruction to help students identify and overcome specific stumbling blocks. Working with a private tutor, a student can set a specific score goal and chart a path toward achieving it. Some students work exclusively with private tutors, others purchase private tutoring as a supplement to a class. Either option is available.

With private tutoring students have the flexibility to select the amount and number of sessions they would like. Manhattan Review's private tutors have strong track records of success. For many students one-on-one attention increases confidence and helps ensure that they have a thorough understanding of GMAT subject areas. Tutors carefully devise homework and practice exercises that reassure students of their mastery of material.

Tutoring Options

Students may opt for a pre-set tutoring package or purchase tutoring on an hourly basis. In the initial tutoring session, the tutor and student identify strengths and weaknesses and devise a plan for covering material. Throughout the tutoring partnership that plan can be changed, updated or modified based on the ease or difficulty the student has mastering material.

Private GMAT tutoring has increased in popularity in recent years. As a result, it is recommended that students sign up for tutoring services two to three weeks prior to their desired start date.

Tutoring Packages of 10+ Hours

When students sign up for tutoring packages of 10 hours or more they will receive a discount in the hourly rate as well as an extensive selection of supporting study materials. Supporting materials include:

  • Five full-length computer-adaptive practice tests. These tests are are designed to carefully simulate an actual GMAT test.
  • Math primers that include foundational concepts and a complete list of the mathematical formulas that might be used in test questions. Verbal primers that explain the grammatical rules that are most often tested on the GMAT.
  • Strategy guides that identify the different question types throughout all the sections of the GMAT and explain the best and most efficient ways of solving them. There are hundreds of examples of each question type.
  • The Official Guide for GMAT Review, which contains more than 1400 actual GMAT questions.