GMAT Online Tutoring 

GMAT Preparation

In-person and Online GMAT Test Prep Tutoring

 I offer GMAT Turoring both in-person (St. Petersburg, Russia) and online. If you are looking for a private GMAT tutor with plenty of experience and at an affordable rate, contact me for a free consultation where we can discuss your preparation in detail.

Why prepare for GMAT with a tutor?

At the first lesson, we will discuss your goals (necessary score, reasons for taking GMAT etc.) and evaluate your strengths and weaknesses when it comes to various GMAT aspects. Based on that, I will create a suitable and effective study plan which can then be adapted further depending on your progress through GMAT preparation.

During my classes I use the most recent study guides as well as professional study and workbooks from the most famous publishers (Official GMAT books, Kaplan, Manhattan Prep. and others). This ensures the most efficient preparation.

You can create a personal schedule which is convenient for you. For the most effective preparation, I recommend studying with a private GMAT tutor 2-3 times a week (it can be a short class of 45 minutes), but it really depends on your goals!

Most GMAT preparation schools charge 70-200$ per hour of individual GMAT tutoring. I offer the same quality of lessons starting from 35$.





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Quantitative Reasoning

The Quantitative Reasoning section of the GMAT exam measures your ability to reason mathematically, solve quantitative problems, and interpret graphic data. 

GMAT Preparation Lessons include both formats of questions (Problem Solving, Data sufficiency) as well as necessary mathematical knowledge and skills:

  • Algebra & Equations
  • Geometry & Trigonometry
  • Probability Theory
  • Arithmetic Tips & Tricks
  • GMAT Specific Questions

Verbal Reasoning

The Verbal Reasoning section of the GMAT™ exam measures your ability to read and comprehend written material, reason and evaluate arguments, and correct material to express ideas effectively in standard written English.

Preparation for Verbal section of the exam consists of improving candidate’s level of English language as well as precise GMAT skills:

  • Analytical Reading
  • Inference Comprehension
  • Argument Analysis
  • English Formal Grammar

Analytical Writing Assessment

The Analytical Writing Assessment section consists of one 30-minute writing task—Analysis of an Argument. The arguments on the test include topics of general interest related to business, or a variety of other subjects.

GMAT requires candidates to present a fully-developed and structured answer with logical and coherent ideas. Topic-specific knowledge is not required.

To prepare for Analytical Writing one should:

  • be acquainted with proper essay structure.
  • be able to present and develop their arguments logically and fully.
  • have sufficient control of vocabulary, grammar and style of English language

Integrated Reasoning

The Integrated Reasoning section of the GMAT™ exam measures how well you integrate data to solve complex problems. Specifically, the Integrated Reasoning section tests your ability to:

  • Synthesize information presented in graphics, text, and numbers.
  • Evaluate relevant information from different sources.
  • Organize information to see relationships and to solve multiple, interrelated problems.
  • Combine and manipulate information from multiple sources to solve complex problems.

I started preparing for GMAT exam in 2017 and since then I have successfully prepared more than 50 candidates. Majority of them achieved 620+ at GMAT, with the highest score being 705.

Here are a few of my achievements:

  • Personal GMAT Result – 720/800.
  • Master’s Degree in Economics – Accounting & Audit (2018).
  • GMAT Course Creator (MasterGMAT) – 2018-2020.
  • Certified Business English Teacher (2018).
I help students with GMAT preparation for each part of the test: Quantitative, Verbal, AWA and IR.

What my students say

Good morning Alex! I just took GMAT, still waiting for my certificate. The test was actually quite hard, I think I got many 700+ questions at the mathematical part. But some of your tips really helped with time management, thanks!

I got 705! Yesss! Thanks again! ))
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Kate F.
I took GMAT yesterday and got 690! I didn't expect to get close to 700, thanks Alex! Your explanations of combinations and permutations really helped 🙂
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Ann L.
Hi, Alex Recently took a GMAT exam and scored 620. Actually, I have a mixed feelings about the result, but, nevertheless, it was nice experience. Pretty sure that I can improve the score. I want to say thank you for your commitment, I really appreciate your work and your first GMAT course. Best regards, Dmitry
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Dmitry K.
Hi Alex! I passed the gmat yesterday. And I got 660. Now I'm not sure if it is enough for me or not. I hope it is! Maybe I'll decide to take the exam again. Anyway, it is not bad result:) Thank you for our lessons!
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Alexandra S.
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