Private GMAT Tutoring in NYC
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Private GMAT Tutoring in New York
Each Next Step Test Preparation student works through a completely custom program. From start date to test day, you’ll work one-on-one with a veteran NYC GMAT instructor to help you earn your best possible score. Our primary objective is to match our students with incredibly qualified NYC GMAT tutors that are committed to helping you raise your score. By focusing tightly on your particular areas of weakness, we can help you overcome score barriers in either section and make significant gains.
Many students come to us knowing that they will need particular help in one of the sections. We have worked very successfully with a variety of students:
- Professionals who haven’t seen a math textbook since high school and know they will need substantial review of math concepts
- International students for whom English is a second or third language
- Applicants looking for a 700+ score to be competitive for top-ranked MBA programs
- Busy professionals who would have a hard time integrating a rigidly-scheduled prep course with their late-night, travel-heavy positions
Next Step Test Preparation LLC, New York City Local: 347-273-1533 | National Toll-Free: 888-530-NEXT
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Meet Our NYC GMAT Tutors
Chris holds a Masters in Education from Boston University and is currently an MBA candidate at Columbia. He scored a 740 on his own GMAT. He has been teaching and tutoring for over three years in both traditional academia and test preparation. He is an alumnus of the Teach for America national service corp. He is based in New York City.
Ivan is one of Next Step’s most veteran and elite instructors. With well over a decade of teaching and tutoring experience, Ivan has learned the strategies and techniques to create success for any student. He taught classes at one of the big national companies in the 90’s and later joined the Next Step team. He has personally scored in the 99th percentile on the GRE, GMAT, and LSAT and helps students excel as well.
Our NYC 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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Business Schools in New York City
Next Step GMAT students have gotten accepted to some of the top area business schools including:
Stern School of Business
44 West 4th Street, New York, NY 10012
NYU’s Stern School of Business was founded in 1900. It is one of the larger programs, but students are divided into smaller blocks of approximately 60 students. The Stern School is located within the Greenwich Village campus of NYU. Students have the ability to live in student housing near by campus. It is one of the more difficult schools to get into with only an 18% acceptance rate and a GMAT score range of 680 to 760 for 80 percent of its class. As should be expected from New York City, many professional students entering the Stern School previously or currently work in finance.
Columbia Business School
3022 Broadway, New York, NY 10027
One of 8 Ivy League business schools, Columbia Business School was founded in 1916. With only a 15% acceptance rate, this program is very competitive. The middle 80 percent of students accepted to this program score between 680 and 760 on the GMAT. It accepts students for both fall and spring semester with the falls semester having a significantly larger class size. Students will be separated into smaller cohorts. Surrounded by the business world that is New York City, students are exposed to world-renowned professionals both in and out of the classroom.