Harvard Grad and Top 1% Scorer Will Help You Ace the GMAT!
London-Based, One-on-One, Online or In-Person Tutoring
Are you ambitious, with a solid GPA and good work experience, but need help acing the GMAT?
Let’s work together. I’ve taught hundreds of students how to navigate the GMAT and achieve their target score, and I can help you, too. After working with me, you will learn the correct solution pathway to solve any question the GMAT can throw at you!
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Looking to break 700? I’m your guy.
Hi, my name is Paul and I’m a professional GMAT tutor. I’ve been teaching the GMAT since 2013 and standardized tests since 2002. I’m a top 1% scorer on the GMAT with a 6.0 AWA and I teach the GMAT to students around the world, every day. I know the tips and tricks that can help you ace the test, but I also understand “the DNA” of the GMAT, which I will share with you. Once you understand how the test-makers think, you’ll be well on your way to an excellent GMAT score!
If you’ve been self-studying but your score hasn’t budged, even if you’ve put in huge hours, I know why. The reason has to do with the quality of your study, rather than the quantity. Doing many practice problems without developing the proper approach will simply wear you down and demotivate you.
Do you find it hard to stick to a study routine, week-after-week? You may simply need the structure and support that a professional tutor can provide. Most students prepare for 3 months, which is a long time and many hours getting familiar with very specific test material. Even the most dedicated learner needs a coach in his or her corner!
One-to-one tutoring and GMAT course options available:
One-to-One GMAT Tutoring
More Than 20 Years of Tutoring Experience
Harvard University graduate in Physics. Years of teaching for elite agencies in NYC and London. Content creator for Economist GMAT Tutor.
Experience with AD/HD, learning difficulties, test anxiety, poor organization and other special needs
100% Tailored Curriculum
One-to-One Tutoring Block
Our most popular package
Achieve 700-level proficiency in just 10 weeks!
Master the material in under 3 months
Reserve a guaranteed time slot in Paul’s weekly schedule
Bootcamp GMAT Course
Lessons are 1h 40mins with a 20min Q+A
Lessons are recorded for easy playback
Homework assigned after each lesson
Learn strategies for all 7 GMAT question types:
- Problem Solving
- Data Sufficiency
- Sentence Correction
- Critical Reasoning
- Reading Comprehension
- Analytical Writing Assessment
- Integrated Reasoning
10 hours of private tutoring to help you:
- Understand advanced homework concepts
- Perfect AWA essays
- Review mba.com Official Practice Tests
- Master a specific question type
- Improve pacing and stamina
- Learn test-taking tips and strategies
Payment plans available
Interested in our course? Here is the syllabus:
Fractions, Decimals, Percents
Reading Comprehension and Critical Reasoning
AWA and Integrated Reasoning
Every lesson plan is 100% tailored to your individual learning style.
I will help you master each component of the GMAT, including:
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some of the questions I often get asked:
How many hours a day should I study for the GMAT?
Why is the GMAT hard?
Which is more important, Quant or Verbal?
Can I study for the GMAT on my own?
How long does it take to prepare for the GMAT?
Which section is hardest?
What about self-study with an app or online?
Does my score on IR and AWA matter?
On the downside, however, if you have a strong overall score out of 800 and you have an IR score of 2 or below and/or an AWA of 3 or below, then your application may be in trouble. The MBA program may ask you to re-sit the test, or take an in-house writing exam, or they may simply reject your application. Basically, a very low score on either IR or AWA will tarnish your application and raise some eyebrows within the admissions committee.