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Receive personally tailored GMAT lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

How can GMAT tutoring help you?

If you are planning on attending business school, then you are more than likely also planning on taking the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT). Your score on the exam is valid for five years and is taken into consideration for the admissions decisions of many business schools. Because of this, test preparation for the exam is extremely important. Perhaps you have begun gathering resources but have no idea where to start actually studying; this is where a personal tutor may come in handy. Varsity Tutors can help you find GMAT tutoring in Washington, D.C. An experienced tutor can work with you whenever and wherever is convenient for you. You may even meet with your tutor online to get study help!

Private Washington, D.C., GMAT tutoring can help you study for each section of the exam (integrated reasoning, quantitative reasoning, and verbal reasoning). You can choose to cover every section in depth or just one or two sections. Because you are the only student in the session, the choice is yours. Your tutor can also provide you with a practice exam to take as an assessment of your current skills, and from there, you can both see which areas you need to most work on and which areas you can skip. Your tutor can also act as your own personal test scorer. Together, you can go over any answers you got incorrect, and your tutor can explain the concepts and why the answer you chose was incorrect. While you may be able to check your own practice exam with an answer key, you would not be able to receive the type of clarification you could get from your tutor.

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Session Summaries by GMAT Tutors

GMAT Tutoring review by Cheng in Washington DC
We had a quick review on data sufficiency problems. I gave the students some guidance and strategies on this type of questions. Then I gave her DS problems from different categories (arithmetic, algebra, geometry, statistics & probabilities) to work on and explained the problems to her. This was our last session and I hope Audrey can continue practicing and scores high on the test.
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GMAT Tutoring review by Brian in Washington DC
Examined data from the student's past actual and practice tests. Reviewed Quant questions missed on Manhattan test. Introduce 12TEN and other DS methods. Discuss multiple approaches to problem solving and calculation
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GMAT Tutoring review by Suzanne in Washington DC
The student and I covered math concepts involving arithmetic and the properties of numbers. He is definitely improving.
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GMAT Tutoring review by Tobias in Washington DC
Geometry: lines and angles and triangles. I gave the student some overall E-books about the test. I assigned him some problems and some diagnostic tests that will give us both a better sense of how he's doing.
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GMAT Tutoring review by Peter in Washington DC
We covered comparing fractions, multiple fractional subtractions, systems of equations involving fractional amounts. The student is planning on taking a practice verbal and quantitative computerized test on Monday to gauge his current proficiency, test-taking strategies, ways to minimize stress and anxiety prior to testing, and what scores would constitute a below average, an average, and an above average performance.
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GMAT Tutoring review by M. Omar in Washington DC
Numerous problems involving geometry and ratios were carefully reviewed and analyzed in order to illustrate the recurrent themes of admission test's geometry concepts. For example, circles, triangles, or squares are often intertwined in complex geometry problems. Many problems require the test-taker to visualize relationships that are implicit (not drawn) within the given figures or other question stimuli. In other words, successful test-takers must learn to see the "hidden figures" behind each drawing, diagram, or figure. The student is making significant progress, and he must continue to practice.
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