Phoenix GMAT Preparation and GMAT Tutoring
Our mission at GMAT Genius is crystal-clear:
to help you achieve GMAT success!
GMAT Genius provides the highest-quality GMAT preparation services, along with lower prices and more customer-friendly policies than you’ll get from the major GMAT preparation companies. Founded by one of the world's leading GMAT experts, GMAT Genius has helped many hundreds of GMAT aspirants achieve GMAT success. You may come across other GMAT preparation companies in Phoenix, Arizona, but you won’t easily find the quality and service that GMAT Genius delivers and that you deserve. We offer in-person GMAT tutoring throughout the greater Phoenix / Scottsdale area, including the cities of Chandler, Fountain Hills, Gilbert, Glendale, Mesa, Paradise Valley, Peoria, and Tempe.
GMAT Tutoring for Phoenix GMAT Aspirants
Private GMAT tutoring is clearly the best way to prepare for the GMAT, because the teaching and content is customized to your specific needs. Your tutor will help you develop a focused study plan based on your goals, skill levels, study preferences, and timeframe. Furthermore, your tutor can quickly address your GMAT questions, ensure that you are approaching problems efficiently, fill in knowledge gaps, and keep your studying on track. Additionally, you benefit from the lower prices and greater flexibility that GMAT Genius offers, as shown on our tutoring comparison chart.
Meet Your Phoenix GMAT Tutor
Nate is a professional baseball player who played in the Major Leagues with the Oakland Athletics as first baseman during their 2013 and 2014 playoff seasons. Studying for the GMAT in the morning before heading to the stadium for a night game, Nate gradually gained an appreciation for the skills and techniques needed to succeed on the GMAT.
Nate graduated Magna Cum Laude from Duke with a major in U.S. History and a minor in Math. Nate is Duke's career home run leader as well as Duke's only recipient of the Atlantic Coast Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year Award for baseball. An all-around sportsman, Nate also is a seven-time caddie at the LPGA Tour.
Nate has a long history of mastering standardized tests. He scored 1540 on the SAT, with scores of 790 and 800 on the SAT Math subject tests. Nate is an avid reader in mathematics, science, history, economics, philosophy, fiction, and sabermetrics.The GMAT is not a pure math and grammar test. It just happens to use math, logic, and grammar to evaluate critical thinking abilities. We will approach every single practice problem looking to answer three questions: 1. What is the actual material being tested? 2. Is there a lesson about the test in general that I can learn? 3. Did I do this problem as efficiently and accurately as possible? Using this framework, we will explore not only the content of the test, but also the strategies and pattern recognition skills that will help you reach your full GMAT potential! -- Nate Freiman
Free GMAT Prep Advice for Phoenix GMAT Students
You can read about the structure and format of the GMAT, learn some crucial GMAT strategy tips, and practice with a sample problem for each question type, accompanied by a comprehensive explanation. You will learn all about the mechanics of taking the GMAT, and can watch a video tour of a GMAT test center.
We also thoroughly review the available GMAT preparation methods, comparing the pros and cons of the different options. We discuss effective study habits, and provide recommendations on how to optimally proceed with and structure your GMAT preparation efforts. Don’t miss our list of the top 10 GMAT preparation mistakes that we have seen students make, along with lessons learned.