GMAT Private Tutoring in Copenhagen (Denmark)
Copenhagen students studying for the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) can greatly improve their scores with Manhattan Review's test prep services. We offer customized GMAT tutoring plans that are developed through assessments of each individual client's score goals, prior academic experience, preferred learning style, and other relevant characteristics. Manhattan Review's private GMAT tutoring is quite simply the most effective available means of preparing for the GMAT. Our company has been producing high GMAT scores and selective business school acceptances since we were founded in 1999, and our company's reputation has been established by our innovative instructional methodologies and course materials. As a worldwide test prep firm that serves students on every major continent, we have an unprecedented amount of experience teaching international applicants to business schools in the English-speaking world. We understand how to help Copenhagen students overcome a variety of GMAT challenges, and we have helped thousands of students accomplish their academic goals. Give us a call, send us an email, or contact us online as soon as possible, and let's discuss how we can help you become a graduate business student.
Elite business schools have low acceptance rates, which is the result of an extremely competitive admissions process. According to U.S. News & World Report, the graduate business programs with the lowest admit rates are the Stanford Graduate School of Business (7%), Harvard Business School (11.1%), UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business (12.2%), the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Sloan School of Management (13.3%), and New York University's Stern School of Business (13.6%). All of these schools are at or near the top of the U.S. News rankings, which are partially determined by the average GMAT scores of accepted students. All of these schools have average GMAT scores between 710 and 737, and many of the admitted students with scores below these averages are the beneficiaries of various types of admissions preferences (such as children of alumni, donors, or prominent individuals). Ultimately, students who wish to get accepted to business school should assume that they must receive GMAT scores that at least meet the institutional averages, and exceeding these averages is a better situation.
Manhattan Review's past GMAT prep course and individual tutoring clients have used their degrees from Harvard Business School, Columbia Business School, the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, London Business School, and many other top programs to pursue successful careers in business. A number of our former Copenhagen GMAT students have returned home after accepting jobs at Norse Projects, Danske Bank, NKT Holding, Karberghus, By & Havn, and other Copenhagen firms. We've also seen our former GMAT clients hired by Valero Energy, JP Morgan Chase, Express Scripts Holdings, Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance, Wells Fargo, and other Fortune 500 companies. A successful future business career can be made much more likely with long-term planning. Start working toward selective business school acceptance today with Manhattan Review's GMAT private tutoring and GMAT prep courses in Copenhagen.
GMAT Private Tutoring
I took my GMAT today and, as promised, am now reporting my GMAT score to you. 770. Not shabby, eh? Thanks for all of your help! I got a 47 on verbal, which was 99th percentile. 49 on math (90th percentile), overall 99th percentile. I am, to say the least, a happy camper.
- Olivia (This student took both of our New York GMAT classic course and private tutoring)
Crowne Plaza CopenHagen Towers
Orestads BouleVard 114-118
Copenhagen 2300, Denmark
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Lonnie L., who was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is a graduate of Duquesne University and Carnegie Mellon University's Tepper School of Business (bachelor's degree in economics and master of business administration). After finishing graduate school, Lonnie moved away from Pittsburgh for the first time in his life, and ended up working for a bank in New York City.
First hired as a GMAT tutor by Manhattan Review's New York office in 2011, Lonnie has been a member of our Copenhagen team since 2015. He is still in the banking business, but he also maintains an active schedule teaching GMAT prep courses and private tutoring sessions. Lonnie's GMAT teaching has facilitated a large number of acceptances to selective business schools in the United States. In his spare time, he follows all of the Pittsburgh sports teams, especially the Steelers.