Private GMAT Tutoring in Los Angeles, CA
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Private GMAT Tutoring in Los Angeles
Next Step Test Preparation provides LA GMAT tutoring services for students with needs that might fall outside of the confines of a traditional preparatory course. While some students may benefit greatly from a large group class, Next Step offers one-on-one tutoring for approximately the same price as those classes, in order to guarantee that the student’s development of GMAT mastery is given the appropriate attention. Each member of our academic team has years of experience in test preparation and is equipped to answer any questions you have about the test or your tutoring. Our tutors are among the most experienced in the industry, each has scored above the 90th percentile and most have scored above the 97th.
GMAT tutoring is flexible and customized to student’s needs – candidates who are strong in verbal, for example, can expect that their tutorial will focus on the quantitative section. Next Step is an unmatched value among test preparation companies: for the price of a study course, you will have your own LA tutor to personally instruct you and formulate your course study. The GMAT is a difficult test and we’re here to help – Next Step has helped many students into the top business schools in the country and we can help you, too.
Next Step Test Preparation LLC, Los Angeles Local: 213-212-9855 | National Toll-Free: 888-530-NEXT
Meet Our LA GMAT Tutors
Lucas scored a 760 on the GMAT and decided he wanted to share his secrets to success. He spent a year teaching GMAT in the classroom setting at a test prep center in Washington, DC. While there, he honed his skills in identifying all the tricks GMAT employs and teaches repeatable methodologies for conquering the test. Lucas is a graduate of the University of Maryland’s Smith School of Business. He has 10 years of experience working in the accounting and finance field. He currently leads a double life, working as a credit risk analyst for a consulting company by day and teaching GMAT test prep by night. Lucas joined NextStep in 2015 and is excited to help you reach your GMAT goals.
Mayra is a graduate of The University of Chicago Booth School of Business. A marketing professional by day, she has over 10 years experience tutoring standardized tests in addition to K-12 math, reading comprehension, and science. She has scored in the top 5% for both the GMAT and the GRE. She tutors GMAT in the Los Angeles area as well as through our virtual tutoring program.
Our LA GMAT tutors have scored a 750 or above and have years of experience teaching the GMAT.
How effective is Next Step’s GMAT tutoring?
Next Step Test Prep delivers one-on-one GMAT expertise starting at less than the price of a prep course. Want to learn more about how our tutoring works and how our effective we are? Check out the videos below. Whether you study with us online, or in person, we guarantee you access to unbeatable GMAT expertise to help you get into your top choice business school!
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So what are you waiting for? If you are looking for in-person tutoring to prepare for the GMAT you should work with one of our Los Angeles Tutors. Next Step only hires the best private tutors. We guarantee that your private tutor will help you achieve your score goals. Fill out the form below to schedule your LA GMAT tutoring consultation today.
Business Schools in LA
Next Step GMAT students have gotten accepted to some of the top area business schools including:
Anderson School of Business
110 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90095
Established in 1935, University of California Los Angeles Anderson School of Management is regularly ranked among the top business schools by U.S. News, Forbes, and other top publications. With approximately 360 students per class, this program has an average class size for MBA programs. The program is also very competitive with an average GMAT score range of 680 to 750. It’s innovative and forward-thinking; it created the nation’s first field-study program and has recently partnered with Google to create a course focusing on Google’s marketing strategies. While most students are full-time, they also offer a Fully Employed MBA and an Executive MBA for students who have already established themselves in the business world.
Marshall School of Business
3670 Trousdale Pkwy, Los Angeles, CA 90089
USC Marshall School of Business was founded in 1920 in Los Angeles. It has a smaller class size, with only about 222 students per class. In order to achieve admissions you’ll likely need a GMAT score between 640 and 740. It prides itself on its ability to adjust to “the challenges of a rapidly changing business environment”. It was the first school to require international travel and study projects as part of their degree. Students can enroll as undergraduates and continue on into an MBA program. It also offers an Executive MBA.