GMAT Private Tutoring in Cape Town (South Africa)
Cape Town students interested in acceptance to top business schools should carefully consider their options with respect to GMAT prep. Manhattan Review offers business school applicants in Cape Town all of the services necessary for superior GMAT scores. Choose either our brick-and-mortar GMAT prep classes, interactive online GMAT courses, or private GMAT tutoring. Manhattan Review has been helping business students accomplish their goals since 1999, and we are a worldwide leader in GMAT prep innovation. Our students consistently succeed in getting accepted to highly ranked institutions for graduate business training, such as the Stanford Graduate School of Business, London Business School, Harvard Business School, MIT's Sloan School of Management, the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business, and Saïd Business School at Oxford. Manhattan Review's Cape Town GMAT prep services substantively outperform all other GMAT prep options, which include self-study methods, private teachers with dubious qualifications, and test prep companies with lesser knowledge of and experience with the GMAT.
The first step in the GMAT learning process is an assessment of the target scores a given student will need in order to have plausible chances of acceptance at his or her chosen business schools. Students interested in the upper-tier institutions should assume that total score should be at least 700. Students can rather easily check the averages for students accepted to any given institution by reviewing class profiles of accepted students. The median GMAT score at Rice University's Jones Graduate School of Business, currently ranked 25th in the United States, is 690. At Columbia Business School (#10), the average is 715, while the Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago (#3) reports an average of 726. These numbers provide an accurate baseline, but students can increase their chances of acceptance considerably by exceeding institutional averages. One recent analysis of admission trends at Columbia found a GMAT score of 700 to be associated with acceptance odds of 16%. At 740, the odds increased to 24% and to 31% at 770.
High GMAT scores are essential to elite business school acceptance, and the top business schools generally reward their graduates with the most favorable employment prospects. About 95% of graduates of Emory University's Goizueta School of Business (#19) find jobs within three months of graduation. Carnegie Mellon University's Tepper School of Business (#18) releases employment data for its graduates by industry. Alumni in financial services average over $104,000 per year, with graduates working in technology and consulting faring even better at $116,149 and $130,757 respectively. Manhattan Review's past GMAT students have used their graduate business degrees to leverage important and lucrative positions at Fortune 500 companies (such as Microsoft, Bank of America, General Electric, and JP Morgan Chase) in addition to Cape Town firms (including Allan Gray Investment Management, Woolworths South Africa, and RunwaySale). In many ways, the GMAT is important to your future. Contact Manhattan Review today for more information on our GMAT prep services for Cape Town students and further details on how we can help your business school ambitions become a success.
GMAT Private Tutoring
Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online
I took the GMAT yesterday and got......680 (unofficial score). Needless to say I am delighted, if somewhat stunned. I never thought I'd score 100 points higher than last time around. My maths improved the most (from 32nd percentile to 56th percentile) and I was in the 95th percentile in my verbal. If I'd had a few more weeks I'm sure I could have improved my maths score even more, but I'm happy with 680. Thanks for all your help and the excellent classes. They really were invaluable and worth every minute.
- Mathew (This student took our London GMAT classic course)
Primary Course Venue:
Southern Sun Cape Sun
Cape Town Central 8000, South Africa
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Meet a Cape Town GMAT Tutor: Alejandro R.
Alejandro R., a native of San Francisco, California, is a graduate of Stanford University and UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business. He has been teaching GMAT prep in classroom and individual settings since 2011, and has lived in Cape Town since 2015. Currently a full-time GMAT tutor, Alejandro is also in the early stages of developing his own consulting company.
Alejandro's GMAT students have been accepted to the business schools at Harvard, Dartmouth, the University of Michigan, the University of North Carolina, and the University of Cambridge. He is proud of the fact that his own GMAT score of 730 has been exceeded by several of his students. In his spare time, Alejandro is an amateur painter, marathon runner, and avid fan of the San Francisco Giants.