GMAT Private Tutoring in Tokyo (Japan)
Manhattan Review in Tokyo is a reliable and experienced provider of high-quality services for the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT). A worldwide education company founded in 1999, Manhattan Review's GMAT prep offerings in Tokyo include customized private GMAT tutoring, GMAT classroom instruction in online interactive format, brick-and-mortar GMAT prep courses at practical Tokyo locations, and authentic GMAT practice tests. Graduate business school applicants are also encouraged to take advantage of our MBA admissions consulting, which maximizes the impact of business school applications. Manhattan Review's individual GMAT tutoring is ideal for students who desire learning plans created just for them. Our GMAT tutors teach GMAT content, study techniques, and testing strategies in the ways that a given student most effectively learns, as determined by specific traits such as GMAT areas in need of improvement, academic interests, and preferred learning style. In addition to the advantages of customized teaching, our private tutoring is also the fastest possible method of preparing for the GMAT. For details on our individual GMAT learning plans and other GMAT course offerings, contact Manhattan Review in Tokyo today.
The GMAT is a highly competitive exam that is taken by more than 250,000 students per year. According to the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), the organization that administers the exam, the average GMAT total score for all test-takers is approximately 552. Total scores of 650, 700, and 750 represent the 76th, 89th, and 98th percentiles respectively. Students who intend to study at a selective graduate business school must nearly always score at least 650, and in many cases the average score for accepted students at a given institution is much higher. The GMAT total score is built from the scaled scores on the verbal and quantitative sections, each of which is reported from 0 to 60. The mean verbal score is about 27 on this scale, and the average quantitative score is about 39. Most business schools do not disclose the scaled sectional GMAT scores for their accepted students, but a few will list these scores in terms of percentiles (the master of science in financial economics program at Columbia Business School, for example, reports mean respective verbal and quantitative percentiles of 93 and 75). It is essential for business school applicants to learn everything they can about the GMAT expectations of programs they are considering.
Manhattan Review has a strong and lengthy record of getting our students accepted to great business schools. Our worldwide GMAT clients have been admitted to prestigious institutions such as the Stanford Graduate School of Business, Harvard Business School, Dartmouth College's Tuck School of Business, the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business, Duke University's Fuqua School of Business, UCLA's Anderson School of Management, the Sloan School of Management at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Columbia Business School, and many more. The companies that have hired our former students include businesses in Tokyo and Fortune 500 firms, such as Sompo Japan Nipponkoa Holdings, Cosmo Oil Company, Tokyo Electric Power Company, AH-Software, New York Life Insurance, JP Morgan Chase, Express Scripts Holding, and Archer Daniels Midland. With Manhattan Review's GMAT prep services in Tokyo, local business school applicants can get started right away on their future success.
GMAT Private Tutoring
I attended a weekend course with Manhattan Review, the perfect timing for me while working. We managed to cover a lot of ground very quickly and I ended up with 760, just what I needed for the Sloan program at London Business School that I will be starting later this year.
- Rupert (This student took our London GMAT weekend course)
InterContinental Ana Tokyo
1-12-33 Akasaka, Minato
Tokyo Prefecture 107-0052, Japan
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Aoki R., a first-generation American who was born to Japanese parents, is one of Manhattan Review's most respected GMAT instructors. Equally effective in on-site classroom, online classroom, and individual learning contexts, she has been teaching GMAT prep in the United States and Japan since 2007. She holds a bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Maryland and an MBA from Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business.
Aoki has been living in Tokyo since 2014, and her local students appreciate the unique combination of Japanese heritage, teaching experience, and familiarity with the world of American business that she brings to the GMAT learning process. "She sets a great example for us, and her excellent teaching helps us follow that example," said one of her recent GMAT clients. When she's not teaching, Aoki works as a junior executive at a Tokyo software company.