The GMAT is a challenge unlike any other; even knowing where to start can be difficult. The exam adapts to a new difficulty level after each question, calculators are not permitted, and it has a variety of uncommon question types. Earning a top score requires not only a mastery of the content but also a planned, individualized strategy that will work for you.
As a GMAT private tutor, I will work with you to develop a personalized study plan based on your needs, strengths, and goals, and continually adapt my approach as we make progress together. Having earned a 750 (98th percentile) on the official GMAT, I know what it takes to succeed!
In addition to the GMAT, most business schools also accept the GRE, for which I also tutor. I am happy to help you decide which exam is right for you.
Many students struggle with the GMAT Quant section. Far from a simple assessment of your skills in algebra, geometry, and data analysis, this section tests your ability to synthesize disparate information and determine which strategy is ideally suited for a particular question. I help guide my clients through the core concepts and explore the many ways that the creators of the GMAT make questions appear more difficult than they should be. I always use high-quality materials, including a large selection of official content.
While perhaps a bit more familiar than the Quantitative section, the Verbal section presents unique challenges in reading comprehension, critical reasoning, and sentence correction. I often find that students have subtle misunderstandings of precisely what the Verbal questions are asking--and many may have not formally covered grammar since high school. I will help you break down each passage, sentence, and question into its composite parts so that you can excel in this section.
The essay demonstrates your ability to construct a cogent response to a (generally flawed) argument. While this section does not contribute to your composite score, it may be compared to other writings submitted with your application, such as your personal statement. I will teach you how to analyze the passage, outline your writing, and craft an essay that can earn you a perfect score.
This section tests your ability to interpret a wide variety of data presented in graphs, charts, and diagrams. Much like the Analytical Writing section, the Integrated Reasoning is not incorporated into your composite score--but it can certainly help round out your application. I will teach you how to focus solely on the pertinent information and answer the questions quickly and accurately.
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