GMAT Private Tutoring in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)
Manhattan Review is an international test prep company that offers the most effective Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) services available in Kuala Lumpur. Business school applicants living in the Kuala Lumpur area can reach their test score goals with our customized private tutoring for the GMAT, on-site or online GMAT prep courses, and GMAT practice tests. Manhattan Review was founded in 1999 through a series of innovations in GMAT teaching and learning, and we offer engaging GMAT instruction that produces results far superior to self-study methods or companies with less enthusiasm and experience. Our dedicated and credentialed Kuala Lumpur GMAT tutors and classroom instructors will take you step by step through each section of the GMAT, building up your GMAT weaknesses and improving your confidence. You'll also learn how to create effective plans for your study time, and how to improve the odds with savvy test-taking strategies. Get started on Kuala Lumpur's best GMAT prep by contacting Manhattan Review today for details on our GMAT courses and private tutoring plans.
Advanced business training is almost always rewarded by substantial increases in yearly earnings. These salary gains can begin immediately after completing a graduate business degree. According to an article published in Forbes magazine, new MBA graduates experienced an average pay increase of 50% over their pre-MBA salaries. Another survey of MBA compensation reported six-figure average salaries for graduates of top business schools during the early career years. MBA alumni of Harvard Business School, for example, make an average annual early-career salary of $122,000. Recent alumni of the business schools at UC Berkeley, MIT, and the University of Pennsylvania do even better at $130,000, $128,000, and $125,000 respectively. Average mid-career annual earnings for the 15 best American business schools in this category range from Harvard ($201,000) to the University of Chicago ($172,000) to San Jose State University ($153,000). There are few graduate degrees that are more strongly associated with lucrative compensation than an MBA from an elite program. The effort and expense associated with comprehensive GMAT prep are therefore extremely sound investments.
Manhattan Review's GMAT prep courses and private tutoring have helped countless clients become students at and graduates of the business schools at the University of Chicago, Columbia, Harvard, Stanford, Yale, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, UC Berkeley, Northwestern, Georgetown, the University of Virginia, Dartmouth, Cornell, Oxford, Cambridge, the University of Edinburgh, the University of Pennsylvania, UCLA, Emory, Duke, and many more. Some of our past Kuala Lumpur GMAT students are now back in the city as vital employees of local companies, such as AIA Public, Sapura Energy, YTL Corporation, IHH Healthcare, and Hong Leong Bank. We've also seen our former GMAT students hired by a plethora of Fortune 500 firms, including New York Life Insurance, Twenty-First Century Fox, JP Morgan Chase, United Continental Holdings, and Walgreens Boots Alliance. The first step toward starting or improving your business career is to submit your best possible business school application. Manhattan Review's GMAT prep courses and GMAT private tutoring in Kuala Lumpur will help you stand out from thousands of fellow applicants.
GMAT Private Tutoring
On the verbal sections, I would have struggled to perform this well had I not been coached by Chris on understanding the 'real meaning' or 'purpose' of passages and quotes. During the course I completely turned around my way of reading, from a superficial skim of the general line, to understanding the essential facts leading to the message, a key skill for GMAT.
- Anne (This student took our Amsterdam 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.
Navid C. has been a Kuala Lumpur-based GMAT tutor for Manhattan Review since 2014. Previously a GMAT instructor in the United States, he has a total of eight years of experience as an individual GMAT tutor and GMAT classroom instructor. His GMAT students have been accepted to MBA programs at a number of world-class business schools in the United States and United Kingdom.
Originally from the Detroit area, Navid holds a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Michigan and a master of business administration from UCLA's Anderson School of Management. He is currently employed as an investment analyst at a Kuala Lumpur financial services company, and formerly worked for a bank in Los Angeles. In his spare time, he is an avid tennis player.