Why? First, we teach because our heroes inspired us to great things. Second, we teach so our alumni can achieve their best GMAT scores, MBA programs, financial aid packages, careers, and lives. In fact, Robinson is pursuing his Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) degree at University of Florida (class of 2022) so he can teach entrepreneurship and innovation at accredited graduate schools.
Our founder's investment in a GMAT prep course yielded huge returns: admission to a top MBA program, merit-based financial aid scholarships worth 43 times the course cost, and GMAT-related income worth 805 times the course cost. Can you invest $2,200 today for a similar ROI or $1.9 million return over your working life?
Whom? While others teach GMAT prep courses as GMAT tutors, our faculty are business owners, leaders, executives and MBAs who lead, coach and mentor motivated students to think like executives today.
Seven to 12 times per year, MBAcademy admits cohorts and sections of up to 16 motivated students, adding roughly 150 alumni per year.
Context: In 2017, 9,467 GMAT exams were taken in Texas, 3,875 by women, and 5,590 by men, with an average age of 26.8 years old, and a mean score of 532. But, MBA programs will compete for the best applicants so they rise in national rankings.
How? MBAcademy GMAT prep courses, private tutoring, and MBA admissions consulting are delivered in the context of informal business case studies, career coaching, and life lessons.
Like leading MBA programs, MBAcademy unlocks students' skills, talents, and genius, training them to be mental athletes, mental samurai, or mindful samurai. How? Via experiential learning, blended learning, project-based learning, collaborative learning, and much more, e.g., applied sports psychology, neuroscience, etc.
So, how motivated are you to achieve your best GMAT score, financial aid package, MBA program, career, and life?
Are you tired of self-study?
Do you believe you can grow your brain - that is, have a growth mindset - with proper innovative techniques, hard work, and a great coach?
Are you disappointed with lackluster results from low cost, low value, online, and conventional test preparation, private tutors, tutoring centers, GMAT prep courses, GMAT tutors, and MBA admissions college counseling?
Can your GMAT score increase 16 percent by simply sitting within eyesight of a top performing GMAT student?
Can your GMAT score increase eight to 12 percent with proper hydration?
What else are you missing?
Are you ready to be part of a team - your class, cohort, or section - with a lifelong student-teacher as your coach, who has already equipped 2,300 alumni, whose lifetime earning potential exceeds $7 billion, many of whom have already completed their full-time, profession, and executive Masters of Business Administration degrees at the best MBA programs in the U.S.?
Option #1: Private tutoring may be what you need if:
1. Your life and work are unpredictable, and you cannot realistically commit to a regular class
2. You need to polish only a few subject areas. That is, you are not new to GMAT prep, or
3. You are on a tight application deadline.
MBAcademy prices its private tutoring packages and hourly rates fairly and lower than most GMAT prep tutoring competitors.
Have you already shopped other GMAT test prep tutors, such as, Manhattan Prep ($295 to $245 per hour), Veritas Prep ($265 to $165 per hour), and Princeton Review ($180 to $167 per hour)?
Have you discovered that elementary, middle, and high school tutoring services in Houston, Texas in 2018 range in price from $100 per hour (Kumon) to $150 per hour (tutors serving students at area private schools)?
Finally, as of 2018, the top 50 full-time MBA programs at private universities charged in-classroom hourly tuition rates range from $197 (Harvard Business School) to $147 (#50).
And, $112 per hour was the in-classroom hourly tuition rate of the top ten in-state Texas full-time MBA programs.
MBAcademy tutoring rates in 2019 start at $165/hour. But, 10-hour, 20-hour and 30-hour tutoring packages enjoy reduced rates. Call for details.
Are you motivated and do you believe that you can boost your GMAT score by 140 points or more, like the average Veritas Prep student did?
MBAcademy and Chief Learning Officer Mark Alan Robinson fit our services to your needs: no "one size fits all." So, packages are customized and competitive, included your preferred mix of one-on-one tutoring, self-study, cohort learning, career coaching, and MBA admissions consulting. Your hard work, confidence, and enjoyment are expected.
Simply fill out this form to schedule a FREE 10-minute call with Mark Alan Robinson, MBA, Faculty and Chief Learning Officer*, your new personal trainer and coach.
Or, if you have found what you were looking for, and are ready to join the MBAcademy network of leaders, call us at (713) 364-9213.
* Professor Robinson is studying “Teach Like A Champion 2.0: 62 Techniques That Put Students on the Path to College” by Doug Lemov.
Robinson in Adjunct Faculty at Houston Baptist University in the Archie Dunham College of Business.
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