Private GMAT Tutoring in Chicago, IL
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Private GMAT Tutoring in Chicago
Many GMAT students are already out in the world of business. It’s always tough balancing GMAT prep with a full time work schedule. You work long hours, you’re tired and you can’t always commit to three hours across town on Tuesdays and Thursdays. One of the key benefits of one-on-one GMAT tutoring is flexibility. Since it’s just you and your Chicago based tutor, you can name the time and place and have lessons that work around your busy life.
With a custom plan devised by your tutor and taking into account your past scores, your diagnostic test and your own stated needs, you can also feel confident that you’re following a path that fits you best. In addition to 95th percentile or higher scores, Next Step tutors also have many years of teaching and tutoring experience—which means they both know the test and the strengths and weaknesses of the students who take it. We work with official materials so you can feel confident that what you’re learning is what you will see on test day. We won’t waste your time covering concepts you know well and you won’t have to raise your hand to get your questions answered. That’s what you get with a one-on-one course customized tutoring to your specific needs and that’s real the value of Next Step Chicago GMAT tutoring.
Next Step Test Preparation LLC, Chicago Local: 773-257-3391 | National Toll-Free: 888-530-NEXT
4256 N Ravenswood Suite 303 Chicago, IL 60613
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Meet some of our Chicago GMAT tutors
Neel scored in the 99th percentile on the GMAT and has been teaching the test for several years. He holds a Masters in Economics from Boston University and currently teaches economics at the college level. Neel is one of Next Step’s Chicago GMAT tutors and also teaches online.
Stefan received his Bachelors degree from the University of Southern California and his Masters from Northwestern University. He has tutored a variety of standardized tests including the LSAT, GMAT, and GRE for more than a decade. He has scored in the 95th percentile or higher on all tests for which he teaches. Stefan lives in Chicago, working as the Director of Public Relations and Marketing at Wilbur Wright College and as a private tutor.
Jimmy earned his master’s degree from Cornell University, where he was the recipient of the Joseph R. Woods Memorial Scholarship. He earned that scholarship in part because of his 760 GMAT score, which placed him in the 99th percentile for that test. Jimmy has been teaching and tutoring since his senior year in high school and has developed a high proficiency in identifying his students’ strengths and weaknesses and has a proven record of increasing their test scores.
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 Chicago 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 Chicago GMAT tutoring consultation today.
Business Schools in Chicago
Next Step GMAT students have gotten accepted to some of the top area business schools including:
Kellogg School of Management
2001 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208
Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University was founded in Chicago in 1908. This high-ranking program – ranked 5th by U.S. News and 3rd by Forbes, is considered to be a part of the M7: an elite group of 7 private business schools widely recognized as the best MBA programs worldwide. It should come as no surprise then that the middle 80 percent of students accepted have achieved a GMAT score between 690 and 760. It is located in Evanstan, a suburb of Chicago just outside of downtown. It boasts a record number of women enrolled in the 2017 class as well as a 95% employment rate upon completion of an MBA. It partners with universities all over the world and offers plenty of ways to get involved outside of class. It even offers some graduate students the ability to live in on-campus housing.
Booth School of Business
5807 S Woodlawn Ave, Chicago, IL 60637
The University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business was founded in 1898 and is the second oldest business school in the US. It was also the first to offer an Executive MBA. This program is recognized as part of the M7, an elite group of 7 private business schools known to offer the best MBA programs worldwide; two of the M7 programs are located in Chicago. The average GMAT score for admitted students is 726 so the competition is stiff unsurprisingly. Unlike most other MBA programs, Chicago Booth allows students to build their own program. It only requires one course: Leadership Effectiveness and Development. It offers full-time, part-time, and Executive MBAs as well as joint degrees with some of their other professional schools.
GMAT Tutoring Reports
At the end of each lesson our tutors write up a short report to record what was covered and to keep track of a students progress. Check out one of these reports below:
Since the student’s weakest area is verbal, I rearranged our course schedule to accommodate verbal instructions earlier than we initially planned. We had ended the last lesson by covering a general approach to the sentence correction problems and spent this lesson delving into each of the six major types of grammar errors on the test and emphasizing both how to identify and fix each type. I assigned the grammar section of the GMAT official guide for homework, and planned to start next lesson with minor error types before covering critical reasoning.
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