What we do - GMAT Tutoring

Ace the GMAT

Get world class support from MBA students and graduates.

Why Crimson GMAT tutoring?

With Crimson, you’ll be provided with a strategic plan and support from MBA students and alumni from the best business schools in the world.

Not only are our GMAT tutors top scorers, but they work on your schedule. With our online tutoring model, you can book lessons, learn and get access to study resources all in the one place.

Your GMAT tutor will help you get a great score and ultimately gain admission into your dream MBA course.

GMAT Exam Explained

The Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) is the main exam used to assess your potential for business schools around the world.

Graduate business schools use GMAT scores to decide if you’re a good fit for their program.

Most business schools take your GMAT, GPA, experience, essays and interviews into account when assessing your candidacy for their programs.

How is the GMAT Scored?

The Quantitative and Verbal sections are scored out of 60, the Integrated Reasoning section is scored from 1-8 and the Writing section is scored using half-integers from 0-6. You will also receive a percentile rank for each section, which shows the percentage of the population you have outscored.

Your total GMAT score will be somewhere between 200 and 800 and combines your Quantitative and Verbal scores, but doesn’t take any other parts of the test into account.

What is a Good GMAT Score?

Although the Quantitative and Verbal sections are out of 60, the highest score you can get is 51. You should aim for at least 47 in Quantitative Reasoning and 40 in Verbal Reasoning, which equates to a total scaled score of 710.

These scores will put you in line for the world’s most selective business schools, including Harvard and Stanford.

There are many top business schools that will accept lower scores, but with our help, you can reach your full potential and get into your dream university.

Work with the best tutors in the world

Gain access to a world-class network of more than 2,000 tutors and mentors, who can only join the Crimson family if they’re in the 95th percentile in their expert area. Work with the finest minds in the world and reach for your best-possible future.
Anjali B.
Wharton School of Business

Anjali scored in the 99th percentile on the GMAT, translating this score into a position at UPenn’s Wharton School for Business - one of the most prestigious programs in the world.

Jamie B.
Harvard, Stanford

Jamie scored in the 99th percentile for both the GRE and GMAT. He’s translated this success into becoming the youngest admit to Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Fangzhou J.
Australian National University

Fangzhou scored 760 in the GMAT, good enough for the 99th percentile, and also achieved the perfect score on the quantitative section of the GRE. He’s interned with Goldman Sachs Program Trading initiative and studied a Bachelor of Commerce / Advanced computing at ANU.

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