Professional GMAT Tutoring

We provide the highest-quality tutoring service, tutoring students from around the world.

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Professional GMAT Tutoring

We provide the highest-quality tutoring service, tutoring students from around the world.

We proudly have a 5.0 star rating, the highest available rating on Google.

Here’s how we can help you succeed

In-person one-on-one GMAT tutoring across Long Island and New York City

Specialized in-person GMAT group sessions across Long Island and New York City

Interactive online GMAT tutoring for students who cannot meet in-person

Whatever your specific needs are, The Glaser Tutoring Company provides the best environment for optimal learning.

What is on the GMAT?

The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a standardized entrance exam that tests a student’s educational readiness for a Master of Business Administration, commonly known as an MBA.  This exam is divided in 4 sections:

  • Analytical Writing Assessment (1 essay prompt)
  • Integrated Reasoning section (12 multiple-choice questions pertaining to statistical analysis)
  • Verbal Reasoning section (36 multiple-choice questions pertaining to reading comprehension)
  • Quantitative Reasoning section (31 multiple-choice questions pertaining to specific Mathematics concepts)

The Verbal Reasoning and the Quantitative Reasoning Section are both graded from a score ranging from 0-60, the Analytical Writing Assessment is scored from 0-6, and the Integrated Reasoning Section is scored from 1-8.  After completing the GMAT, students will receive an overall total score that ranges from 200-800 which takes into consideration a student’s Quantitative and Verbal Section scores.  The Analytical Writing Assessment and Integrated Reasoning Section does not count toward a student’s overall total scored, but will be score individually.

The GMAT is a computerized exam, in which students will have to answer all multiple-choice questions directly on a computer.  However, students will handwrite an essay pertaining to the Analytical Writing Assessment.  Before starting the GMAT, students will be able to select the order in which this standardized exam will be given, based on three options that are randomized on test day.

One section on the GMAT is the Analytical Writing Assessment, in which students need to handwrite a cohesive essay based on the given prompt in 30 minutes.  Students will need to use their critical thinking and logical writing skills in order to analyze, interpret, and develop complex ideas that pertain to the given essay prompt.  This prompt will be in the form of an argument which students will be directed to analyze and critique.

The Integrated Reasoning Section requires students to complete 12 multiple-choice questions in 30 minutes.  This section of the GMAT instructs students to analyze and interpret statistical data.  Students must be able to analyze and interpret spreadsheets, graphs, graphical images, texts, charts or tables, and deduce the correct answer based on the information presented.  Students will greatly benefit from taking a Statistics class, since this section of the GMAT demands that students have a mastery knowledge and understanding of statistical data.

The Verbal Reasoning Section of the GMAT requires students to complete 36 multiple-choice questions in 65 minutes.  In this section, students will be asked questions on either Reading comprehension, critical reasoning, or sentence correction.  Students will need to be able to analyze, interpret, and deduce conclusions from written text.  Students will need to dissect the author’s assumptions and intent when analyzing the text, and use that newly found knowledge to answer questions with regard to the text’s literal and figurative meaning.  Students need to have a proficient knowledge of grammar, as they will have to read through sentence examples and choose the sentence that best expresses its grammatical intent.

In 2017, only 2% of all students who participated in the GMAT obtained a score of 750 or higher.

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The Quantitative Reasoning Section requires students to complete 31 multiple-choice questions in 62 minutes.  In this section, students will need to proficiently analyze and comprehend certain quantitative information previously taught in either an Elementary Math,  Algebra or Geometry class.  A Statistics course may also be beneficial when taking the GMAT, since some questions in this section deal with analyzing and interpreting graphical data.  With this previous mathematical knowledge, students can solve the given problems that pertain to either real-life scenarios or purely mathematical settings.  Students are not permitted to use a calculator for the GMAT, and must perform all mathematical calculations on paper that is provided on the testing day.

The GMAT has an overall total score ranging from 200-800, which encompasses the Verbal and Quantitative Sections.  The Analytical Writing Assessment and the Integrated Reasoning Section are scored separately.  Upon completing the GMAT, students are able to view the results, which they can either immediately electronically send to a prospective graduate school, or wait at a later date in to send the results.

How is the GMAT scored?

The Verbal Reasoning and the Quantitative Reasoning Section are both graded from a score ranging from 0-60, the Analytical Writing Assessment is scored from 0-6, and the Integrated Reasoning Section is scored from 1-8.  After completing the GMAT, students will receive an overall total score that ranges from 200-800 which takes into consideration a student’s Quantitative and Verbal Section scores.  The Analytical Writing Assessment and Integrated Reasoning Section does not count toward a student’s overall total scored, but will be score individually.

The Glaser Tutoring Company always provides the most engaging and encouraging tutoring environment, enabling each student to master the necessary material required for the GMAT.

Make progress in as little as your first session

Learn in your own unique style, from making quick improvements starting with your first session, ultimately leading up to completely understanding the material required to perform well on the GMAT.

In 2017, only 2% of all students who participated in the GMAT obtained a score of 750 or higher.

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Who benefits from GMAT tutoring?

 

For students who are pursuing a career in business, excelling on the GMAT can prove to be advantageous when applying to graduate business schools.  However, this critical time during a student’s academic career can leave them feeling stressed, which can lead to ineffective studying habits in preparing for the upcoming GMAT.  Rather than continue to prepare for the GMAT in this fashion, students will greatly benefit from the help of a skilled GMAT tutor from The Glaser Tutoring Company.

This skilled in-home or online GMAT tutor will be able to assist students in preparing for the upcoming GMAT in the most efficient and effective manner that complements their unique learning style.  This not only

assures students that they will be learning the necessary material needed for the GMAT in a manner that works for them, but will give them the necessary confidence to perform well on the standardized exam.

Since the GMAT demands proficiency from many different learning areas, it may be hard for students to truly know what subjects to focus on.  A professional one-on-one GMAT tutor will be able to immediately identify and correct any previous academic obstacles that may hinder a student’s progress, such as Reading comprehension skills or Algebraic skills, boosting a student’s self-confidence not only in their academic skills, but in themselves to perform well on the GMAT.

Who benefits from GMAT tutoring?

For students who are pursuing a career in business, excelling on the GMAT can prove to be advantageous when applying to graduate business schools.  However, this critical time during a student’s academic career can leave them feeling stressed, which can lead to ineffective studying habits in preparing for the upcoming GMAT.  Rather than continue to prepare for the GMAT in this fashion, students will greatly benefit from the help of a skilled GMAT tutor from The Glaser Tutoring Company.

This skilled in-home or online GMAT tutor will be able to assist students in preparing for the upcoming GMAT in the most efficient and effective manner that complements their unique learning style.  This not only assures students that they will be learning the necessary material needed for the GMAT in a manner that works for them, but will give them the necessary confidence to perform well on the standardized exam.

Since the GMAT demands proficiency from many different learning areas, it may be hard for students to truly know what subjects to focus on.  A professional one-on-one GMAT tutor will be able to immediately identify and correct any previous academic obstacles that may hinder a student’s progress, such as Reading comprehension skills or Algebraic skills, boosting a student’s self-confidence not only in their academic skills, but in themselves to perform well on the GMAT.

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Learning principles that we stand by

Each student has a unique learning style

We understand that everyone learns differently.  That's why we tailor our lessons to meet the specific needs of each individual student.

Learn how to think, not what to think

During their academic career, students may fall into the habit of memorizing facts as their primary method of learning.  However, this does not allow students to think for themselves.  Instead, we constantly challenge our students in a way that requires them to think and formulate their own decisions, leading to intellectual growth.

Nothing great is achieved without commitment

Mastery does not happen overnight.  It requires hard work, perseverance, and a commitment to lifelong learning.  We help our students maintain their commitment throughout their academic journey.

Grades are the result, not the goal

We focus on something more important than just getting a certain grade on a transcript or report card.  Our goal is to provide our students with an interdisciplinary understanding that will help them perform better both in and out of the classroom.

4 learning principles that we stand by:

Each student has a unique learning style

We understand that everyone learns differently.  That's why we tailor our lessons to meet the specific needs of each individual student.

Learn how to think, not what to think

During their academic career, students may fall into the habit of memorizing facts as their primary method of learning. However, this does not allow students to think for themselves.  Instead, we constantly challenge our students in a way that requires them to think and formulate their own decisions, leading to intellectual growth.

Nothing great is achieved without commitment

Mastery does not happen overnight.  It requires hard work, perseverance, and a commitment to lifelong learning.  We help our students maintain their commitment throughout their academic journey.

Grades are the result, not the goal

We focus on something more important than just getting a certain grade on a transcript.  Our goal is to provide our students an interdisciplinary understanding that will help them perform better both in and out of the classroom.

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