Best GMAT Tutoring in Glasgow (Scotland)

GMAT Tutoring in Glasgow

The Graduate Management Admissions Test, or GMAT, is one of the most widely accepted standardized tests administered all around world. Designed as a common measure to gauge a student's aptitude in key areas including critical thinking, quantitative reasoning and the ability to communicate complex ideas, the GMAT is more than just a mere test of ability. The GMAT is also used as a tool to foster competition to draw out the best from the best, making private tutoring one of the most effective options Manhattan review offers. At Manhattan Review Glasgow, we are known for bringing out the best.
For over 15 years, Manhattan Review has been delivering state-of-the-art GMAT private tutoring services to students with unprecedented results. Through offering a unique combination of exceptional professional tutors, personalized attention to weaknesses, and assessments of GMAT practice tests that are just like the real thing, students are given the best possible chance to achieve their highest score on the GMAT. Our a la carte test prep services are like no other in the world and certainly unlike any other in Glasgow.

All the top colleges and universities in Glasgow, like the University of Strathclyde and the University of Glasgow, are the proud recipients of past Manhattan Review GMAT private course participants. The same is true among the top employers in Glasgow as well. Companies like Resolution, Morgan Stanley, BNP Paribas, HSBC, Glasgow Stock Exchange, Student Loans Company, Scottish Qualifications Authority and Hilton Worldwide have all hired our past participants because they know that we train and work with the best and the brightest that Glasgow has to offer. Over the years, Manhattan Review has taken students from various academic backgrounds and consistently turned them into high GMAT scorers, armed with the necessary tools to excel on the job as well.

Don't waste another minute of an uncertain future; sign up with Manhattan Review's world-class GMAT test prep services in Glasgow and turn uncertainty into certainty!

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


Primary Course Venue:

Glasgow Marriott Hotel
500 Argyle Street
Glasgow G3 8RR, Scotland

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

Meet a Glasgow GMAT Tutor: Christian A.

Before joining our elite team of professional tutors at Manhattan Review Glasgow, Christian was a student seeking to travel the world, which exactly how he first ended up in Glasgow. During an international study abroad program through the University of Southern California at Los Angeles, Christian travelled to Glasgow and immediately fell in love with beautiful Scottish city.

After completing his Master’s degree program at USC-Los Angeles, Christian decided to stay in Glasgow and transferred with his then current employer, a major international hotel brand, to the corporate headquarters in Glasgow. Over the course of seven years, Christian gained more and more leadership experience that ultimately lead to his promotion to an executive level management position. Christian ended up walking away from his career in hotel management to pursue a new lifelong passion of teaching, which is how he ended up working for Manhattan Review Glasgow.

While working in the hotel business, Christian met a local Glaswegian native employee who had recently used the Manhattan Review SAT test prep program. She told Christian all about how the program boosted her confidence and gave her the skills to increase your score on her SAT for her second and final attempt. That conversation stayed with Christian and was one of the primary inspirations for his embarking on a teaching career. Naturally, a tutoring position with Manhattan Review Glasgow would also follow.

Since joining Manhattan Review as a GMAT test prep tutor, Christian has played a pivotal role in our state-of-the-art program, particularly bridging the classroom with real world experiences. Our Glasgow students love his down-to-earth nature and love to tease him about his lack of knowledge about the Old Firm rivalry between the Celtic and Rangers. But they aren't the only ones. Christian's wife, a native of Glasgow, Tabitha also loves to tease him as well, but eventually lets him of the hook, as does his students, because he is after all an American.