Award-Winning GMAT Tutors in New York, NY
Gerard "...After working for a few years in management consulting, campaigning, and policy work, I went to the Yale School of Management where I earned my MBA. After business school, I worked in finance in NYC at a "bulge-bracket" firm before leaving to pursue entrepreneurial interests in the New York tech scene. Tutoring Background: In college, every weekend, I worked with high school students who were attending the top schools in the Boston area. The program focused on extra-academic enrichment primarily in the humanities and social sciences and was affiliated with Harvard's Department of African and African-American Studies..."
Daniel "...I understand the value of private tutoring because my parents provided me with tutors whenever I needed it. As a result, I did extremely well on My SHSAT and attended the Bronx H.S of Science. With the help of my parents and tutors I was able to do very well on my SAT's and gain acceptance to some of the toughest Undergraduate institutions NYC had to offer (NYU, Macaulay Honors College,etc)..."
CUNY Honors College - BA, Mathematics, Economics
UniversityOF ROCHESTER- SIMON SCHOOL OF BUSINESS - MBA, Finance, Strategy
Jun "... My teaching experience started in 1993 when I was an instructor in Shandong Medical University in China. I taught biochemistry full-time for 3 years to undergraduate and graduate students. The activities include preparation of lecture, lecturing, office meeting with students, administration of exams and grading, and even starti of a class from scratch..."
University of Science and Technology of China - BS, Biology
UCLA - MBA and Master, Statistics
Marlene "... I believe, and I help students understand, that these tests are a means to an end. It is wonderful to know that I've played a role in helping students achieve their goals. Having spent many years mentoring teenagers, through extensive volunteer work, and raising three of my own, I understand the stresses and difficulties of this time in a student's and parent's life..."
University of Pennyslvania - BA/BS, Biology/Physical Therapy
Northwestern University Kellogg School of Business - MBA, Hospital Management, Marketing
John "...I’m a great resource for college admission essays – from the Common App, to long and short supplemental essays, to brag sheets and student resumes. As a Teacher and Editor, I help students to analyze content, organize their insights, and express their ideas with language that is original, personal, and correct. As a creative guide, I use humor, pop-culture references, and real-world experience to help young writers draw out their experiences and perceptions, and shape them into personal essays that say something meaningful..."
Brandy "...I have a M.Div. and a certificate in Gender, Theology, and Ministry, and an A.M. in Comparative Literature and African-American Studies from Duke University. I recently moved to New York to write my dissertation, and am already wondering why I didn’t move here sooner! I have tutored a variety of subjects and specialize in test preparation..."
Benjamin "...I acquired my undergraduate degree from Princeton University where I majored in History and received a certificate in East Asian Studies. As a prospective law student, I have been through multiple levels of the standardized testing process and appreciate how difficult it is for students to overcome this obstacle in order to reach their goals. I take a great deal of pleasure in helping people through this process as a result and hope the experiences I impart can be of use to them..."
Tobias "...A straight A high school student, I was always asked to help my brother with his studies, which didn't come as easily to him. When I was a peer tutor at Harvard University, I discovered how enjoyable and rewarding it was to help other people understand our school's Freshman computer requirement and how I could use my knowledge, skills, and tricks to help them break down and overcome a daunting goal. I was an officer in the U.S..."
Sasha "...I taught high school biology at a public high school in New Jersey for three years and really enjoyed working with students. Additionally, I've had success on the SAT and the GMAT exams, and look forward to sharing my tips and tricks with students or business school applicants who are gearing up for these exams. Finally, having worked with a wide range of students, including many with IEPs or Section 504 accomodations, I have lots of strategies and ideas to help students who learn differently master content and can also help students who could use some extra support in their organizational and study skills. I'm available on weekday evenings and at most times on Saturday and Sunday..."
Adam "... Not only have I worked as a teacher and an advocate, but I have modeled the importance of education by earning three Master's degrees: an MBA from Columbia Business School, an MA in Education Leadership from Teachers College at Columbia University, and an MA in Teaching Adolescent Math from Pace University. My formal teaching experience began in 1999, when I managed and taught reading, writing, and math skills at a tutoring center. From there, I went on to graduate school, which I followed with two years teaching middle and high school math in New York City Public Schools. During graduate school, having scored in the 98th percentile with a perfect writing score, I became certified to teach the GMAT by a private test preparation company, and taught that test to several small classes in Manhattan and Brooklyn. I am in the process of launching a small business..."