GMAT Tutors in Boston
GMAT tutoring is one of our core services in Boston. Our tutors listen to understand each student's target test date, perceived strengths and weaknesses, and target GMAT score. By also reviewing previous official GMAT scores or recent practice tests, they'll work with you to design a customized GMAT study plan.
Our GMAT tutoring rates in Boston are $109 per hour for online tutoring and $129 for in-person tutoring, with discounts of >15% when purchasing packages of 10, 20, or 40 hours. But you can always stick with investing in GMAT tutoring by the hour with us as well.
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Our team of GMAT tutors in Boston includes:
- B.S., Carnegie Mellon University
- MBA, MIT Sloan School of Management
- GMAT: 760
- CFA Charterholder
- Over three years experience as a tutor for various companies, as well as independently
- Spent one year as a TA at MIT Sloan School of Management
- B.A. University of Rochester (political science), M.A. Archaeology (Durham University in UK)
- Ph.D. in Archaeology from University College London
- Achieving 97th percentile test scores or better on official and/or unofficial proctored ACT, SAT, GRE and GMAT exams
- Extensive experience in private/semi-private tutoring and classroom instruction for 10+ years, both freelance and for large, nationally known firms
- Has taught, tutored, and mentored extensively during his post-graduate education in Europe
- Approach to teaching is tailored to the individual student, and emphasizes creative and critical thinking rather than a purely answer-based approach
This is not an exhaustive list of our Boston-based GMAT tutors, but should provide a sense for the quality and experience level of our team.
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