Best GMAT Test Prep Tutoring in Doha

Doha students seeking admission to business schools in the United States and several other countries are generally required to submit scores for the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT). High GMAT scores usually distinguish promising candidates from less desirable applicants. Manhattan Review is an American test prep company that has been offering GMAT preparation services around the world since 1999. Local students can reach their target GMAT scores with our GMAT prep courses and private tutoring in Doha, and we also provide MBA admissions consulting and GMAT practice tests. Manhattan Review's private GMAT tutoring derives its effectiveness from custom-designed instruction that draws on individual student attributes. GMAT learning plans are created to take full advantage of differentiated instructional techniques based on specific GMAT strengths and weaknesses, academic background, learning style, and academic goals. Our GMAT tutors are experienced educators and businesspeople with enviable credentials and devotion to student learning. Business school applicants in Doha should contact us right away to find out more about why we are the best GMAT prep resource available.

Graduate business training is indisputably a wise investment of time and money. According to a peer-reviewed study published in 2010, completion of an MBA was associated with an immediate and average 50% increase in salary when compared with pre-MBA figures. After five years, salaries were typically 80% higher than those of new MBA graduates. For example, someone initially making $30,000 annually could expect to earn $45,000 after graduation and $81,000 five years later. The study also showed that the MBA more strongly affects post-graduation salaries than pre-MBA work experience. Furthermore, 94% of respondents were satisfied with their MBA experience and would do it again. The MBA is clearly a reliable path to success. Business school admissions, however, are extremely competitive, and the GMAT is often the single most important factor in admissions decisions. In general, the most highly ranked business schools have the highest average GMAT scores for their accepted students.

Manhattan Review's GMAT private tutoring and prep courses have helped our students get the GMAT scores needed for acceptance into Harvard Business School, London Business School, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Sloan School of Management, the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business, and a large number of other world-class institutions. Our former students are presented with lucrative job opportunities after graduation, and have been hired by Exxon Mobil, Cardinal Health, Wells Fargo, and other Fortune 500 companies, in addition to Doha firms such as the International Bank of Qatar, BSI Steel, and Qatar National Cement Company. Graduate business study is the most effective way to advance your career. Manhattan Review's GMAT private tutoring and prep courses will help you clear the hurdle of business school acceptance by teaching you how to get the GMAT scores that stand out in a large pool of qualified applicants.

GMAT Private Tutoring

Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online

GMAT Private Course

12 hours in total, Personalized 1-on-1 Course, In Person or Live Online
GMAT Prep Course Doha - Photo of Student Alan

Thought you’d like to know… I scored 770 (unofficially) on the test Monday morning in Twickenham."
- Alan (This student took our GMAT weekend course)


Primary Course Venue:

Off Al Wahda Road
West Bay

NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.

Meet a Doha GMAT Tutor: Raina P.

Raina P. has been a GMAT tutor in the United States and Qatar since 2010. She received a total GMAT score of 760, which placed her in the 99th percentile of all test-takers. She holds an undergraduate degree in economics from Princeton University and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Her students have been accepted to business schools in both the United States and United Kingdom, including several institutions featured in the QS World University Rankings.

In addition to her tutoring, Raina is an independent business consultant to companies around the world. One of her areas of expertise is women in the corporate workplace, and she has written about the issue of pay disparities for women and proposed possible reasons for the relative lack of women in leadership positions. Raina considers her GMAT tutoring to be a significant part of her advocacy. "One of the most important things I can do is make sure that more women enter the business world in the first place," she says. "If that happens, the free market will take care of everything else."