Manhattan Review

Manhattan Review’s origin can be traced directly to an Ivy-League MBA classroom in 1999. While lecturing on advanced quantitative subjects to MBAs at Columbia Business School in New York City, Dr. Joern Meissner was asked by his students to assist their friends, who were frustrated with conventional GMAT preparation options. He started to create original lectures that focused on presenting the GMAT content in a coherent and concise manner rather than a download of voluminous basic knowledge interspersed with so-called "tricks". The new approach immediately proved highly popular with GMAT students, inspiring the birth of Manhattan Review.

Since its founding, Manhattan Review has grown into a multi-national educational services firm, focusing on GMAT preparation, consulting services for business school admissions, and executive coaching programs for young business professionals. It has a network of highly satisfied customers all over England, continental Europe, the United States, Asia, the Middle East and the rest of the world. The original lectures have been expanded and modified by the Manhattan Review Team, a group of master test-takers and experienced business coaches, to assure that Manhattan Review offers the most time-efficient and cost-effective preparation available for the GMAT. Manhattan Review also provides a variety of career Training Courses and MBA Admissions services.

Student Comments:-

“I took the GMAT for the first time last Friday and scored 690. I only had time to do about 5 hours self study. So I found the Manhattan Review Course books critical to my success. Many thank to the team.
-Best Regards, Jonathan”

“The math part was excellent in reviewing Algebra. Formula sheet and Quantitative Glossary are superb. As a non-native English speaker, I honestly feel more confident after studying with the Manhattan Review books. I would certainly recommend this book to my friends. Prior to studying for the GMAT using Manhattan Review books, my score was really poor in the math section and now I am making tremendous progress.
-Thanks, Natalie”


About The Company:-

Manhattan Review is a multi-national educational services firm, founded by Dr. Joern Meissner in 1999. We are the only test prep and management training firm:

* Focuses on helping you achieve the highest GMAT & TOEFL scores with the least amount of time and financial investments
* Supports you before, during and after MBA programs with a full range of GMAT courses, MBA Admissions advisory services and Management Training Courses
* Whose founder is a professor and has extensive experience teaching MBAs at Ivy League business schools
* Whose instructors include many top school Ph.D. graduates with substantial college-level teaching experience and accomplished MBA graduates with 99th percentile test scores.

Dr. Joern Meissner, the founder pf Manhattan Review, has over fifteen years of teaching experience in undergraduate and graduate programs at prestigious business schools in the USA, UK and Germany. He created the original lectures, which have been expanded and modified by the Manhattan Review Team to reflect the evolving nature of the GMAT. Dr. Meissner received his Ph.D. in Management Science from Graduate School of Business at Columbia University (Columbia Business School) in New York City and is a recognized authority in the area of Supply Chain Management (SCM), Dynamic Pricing and Revenue Management. He frequently advises companies ranging from Fortune 500 to emerging start-ups on various issues related to his research expertise.

Tracy C. yun serves as CEO of Manhattan Review and is also an advisory partner in a boutique investment banking firm. She has over ten years of experience in Mergers & Acquisitions, Restructuring, Bankruptcy and Litigation Consulting. Her industry experience includes Telecom, Technology, General Industrial, Healthcare, Consumer Growth, among others. Ms. Yun scored in th 99th percentile on the GMAT and subsequently received her MBA in Finance and Accounting from Graduate School of Business at Columbia University (Columbia Business School). She overseas Manhattan Review’s current management and teaching staff.


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