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GMAT, GRE, LSAT, SAT, and TOEFL in-person preparation courses worldwide in many locations or live online, as well as MBA, graduate school, and college admissions consulting.

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Manhattan Review prepares applicants to get into dream schools and further their careers! Manhattan Review is a multi-national educational services firm, focusing on GMAT, GRE, LSAT, SAT, TOEFL classroom preparation, one-to-one private tutoring, online tutoring and courses, as well as MBA, Grad School and College admissions consulting and application advisory services.

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Manhattan Review is a boutique test preparation company offering GMAT, GRE, LSAT, SAT, and TOEFL preparation courses and private tutoring in many locations in the US and worldwide, both in-person and online. Manhattan Review also offers admissions consulting and application advisory services for top business schools, graduate programs and colleges. Manhattan Review's origin can be traced directly to an Ivy-League MBA classroom in 1999. While lecturing on quantitative subjects to MBAs at Columbia Business School in New York City, Prof Dr Joern Meissner was asked by his students to assist their friends, who were frustrated with conventional GMAT preparation options. He started to create original lectures that focused on presenting the GMAT content in a coherent and concise manner rather than a download of voluminous basic knowledge interspersed with so-called "tricks". The new approach immediately proved highly popular with GMAT students, inspiring the birth of Manhattan Review. Over the past 10+ years, Manhattan Review has grown into a multi-national firm, focusing on GMAT, GRE, LSAT, SAT, and TOEFL test prep and tutoring, along with business school, graduate school and college admissions consulting, application advisory and essay editing services. Our mission is simple: provide the very best support for applicants to get into dream schools and further their careers!
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Sean A.



I attended the GMAT course with George, after I had taken the test once before and did not get the result I wanted. After the class, I managed to increase my score by 110 points to 730! Manhattan Review was crucial in the process and I would recommend them to anyone looking to prepare for the GMAT.

Claudia D.



I am very happy with the result and the method of teaching that Dave presented. I was very happy with the results too. Thank you.

Sammy M.



I felt that the lessons were highly valuable, challenging, and unique. Thank you also to Manhattan Review for the top-level books. I am ready to crush this test!

Edward H.



All of my scores have been sent to the universities and I've been told by admissions offices that the scores I have are competitive. Thank you so much for all of your help




George has been a great help for me. I ended up scoring a 156 on the verbal and a 155 on the quantitative. I'm also confident that my essays will score high as well. All of my scores have been sent to the universities and I've been told by admissions offices that the scores I have are competitive. Thank you so much for all of your help - I definitely couldn't have done it without all of your hard work, patience and knowledge.




I'm definitely happy I decided on going with the 1-on-1 instruction. The personal attention was so helpful in boosting my quantitative score from 25 to 40. Ryan was also instrumental in improving my verbal from 30 to 44. Even though my quantitative wasn't as strong as my verbal score, it was still good, and the course was very helpful in refreshing all the math concepts that I hadn't touched since high school, as well as offering strategies for attacking the data sufficiency questions which gave me a very hard time when I first started practicing them.




I have just finished taking the GMAT, and I received a score of 720 :) Manhattan Review really was supportive and helpful in my process to do well.




I took the exam on Tuesday and got (unofficially) a 730, with a 44 math and 47 verbal. I really wanted to thank you for all the tips you gave me on time management, all aspects of the quantitative section, and really just giving me the confidence I needed to score well. I am hoping that this score will give me a decent chance of getting into Booth or Kellogg.




I would have struggled on the verbal sections, if it weren’t for John. He was instrumental on helping me perform at a high level. Had I not been coached by John on understanding the 'real meaning' or 'purpose' of passages and quotes. I don’t know what I would have been able to do. During the course I completely turned around my way of reading, from a superficial skim of the general line, to understanding the essential facts leading to the message, a key skill for GMAT.

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