GMAT Private Tutoring in Amsterdam (Netherlands)
Manhattan Review is Amsterdam's top provider of effective preparation services for the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT). Our Amsterdam GMAT offerings include GMAT private tutoring, GMAT courses in on-site or online format, and GMAT practice tests. Business school applicants in Amsterdam can also strengthen their applications with our MBA admissions consulting services. Manhattan Review has been teaching students in major European, North American, African, and Asian cities how to master the GMAT since 1999, and we have helped thousands of students get accepted to their preferred graduate business programs. Students who opt for our private GMAT tutoring receive customized instruction built from individual student characteristics such as undergraduate background, targeted business schools, optimal learning style, and GMAT strengths and weaknesses. Test-takers who prefer group classes can learn GMAT content and skills at convenient locations in Amsterdam or in the comfort of their own homes. Our flexible GMAT learning plans are designed to accommodate any type of GMAT student. Contact Manhattan Review in Amsterdam today for details on course options, course scheduling, instructor credentials, and answers to your questions.
Graduate degrees from prestigious business schools are more than worth the investment of time and money. According to a recent survey of post-MBA salaries, at least 37 programs in the United States produced median annual earnings of $100,000 or more for their graduates in the early stages of their careers (defined as five years of experience or less). The leading institutions were the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley ($130,000), MIT's Sloan School of Management ($128,000), the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania ($125,000), Harvard Business School ($122,000), and Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management ($122,000). Business school alumni could also look forward to even higher mid-career compensation (10 years or more on the job). Harvard was the highest in this category (median annual mid-career salary of $201,000), followed by Columbia Business School ($184,000), MIT ($183,000), Wharton ($181,000), and the Stanford Graduate School of Business ($176,000). All of these business schools have high average GMAT scores for their accepted applicants, but these scores can be attained through rigorous GMAT preparation. Students who invest in GMAT services are amply rewarded.
Manhattan Review's GMAT prep courses and private tutoring have helped countless students get accepted to the business schools at Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Northwestern, Columbia, MIT, the University of Chicago, UCLA, Dartmouth, Duke, Cornell, the University of Michigan, UC Berkeley, the University of Virginia, and many more. After completing master of business administration, master of finance, master of accounting, or doctoral-level business degrees, our former GMAT students have become successful business professionals at Fortune 500 companies and firms in Amsterdam, including General Motors, Energy Transfer Equity, Liberty Mutual Insurance Group, Morgan Stanley, Levi9 IT Services, Geoscape Europe, Turner Broadcasting System Netherlands, and IMC Financial Markets. Top business schools generally insist on high GMAT scores, and high-performing students usually receive several offers of admission. Manhattan Review's GMAT prep services in Amsterdam will help you start a rewarding and prosperous business career.
GMAT Private Tutoring
Thanks for all your help, and the solutions you sent. I just thought I would let you know that I took the GMAT exam today and scored 720. I am thinking of going to INSEAD for a 1-year course beginning January 2003. I thank you for your help and wish you all the very best for the future.
- Abigail (This student took our GMAT weekend course)
Primary Course Venue:
Radisson Blu Hotel
Amsterdam 1012 CK
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Ely L. is a graduate of Brown University and Duke University's Fuqua School of Business. His GMAT total score of 750 was in the top 1% of all test-takers. Currently a mid-level manager at an Amsterdam export-import firm, he has been teaching GMAT prep on a part-time basis since he finished business school in 2010. Originally from Anchorage, Alaska, he has been living in Amsterdam since 2015.
A large number of Ely's GMAT students have received total scores of 700 above, and they have been accepted to top business schools such as the University of Chicago, the University of North Carolina, Brigham Young, and Yale. Ely is a specialist in online GMAT instruction, and his students have consistently praised his ability to successfully teach remotely. His hobbies include studying Latin, running, and following Major League Baseball.