What is “data sufficiency”?

Why do I feel like I’m diagramming sentences in fifth grade again?

Do I really need to know this for business school?

Clayborne has the answers! Let us help you demystify the puzzle that the GMAT presents. We offer top-notch, one-on-one tutoring designed to equip you with what you don’t know, rather than endlessly addressing what you already do know. This individual attention speaks directly to the student’s needs and allows for flexibility that fits everyone’s schedule!

The GMAT, as you may know, is offered in a computer-adaptive format, which presents its own set of challenges and opportunities. We’ve been there, and will leave no stone unturned to make sure you go in feeling like you’ve already been there too. Familiarity with the GMAT breeds, not contempt, but confidence!

Clayborne Education’s two-part, individualized GMAT Prep Program:

Diagnostic Stage: For GMAT students, our first step at Clayborne is a full-length diagnostic pre-test. We break down these results in detail and prepare a personally tailored program that takes into account the student’s graduate school goals. Then, each program begins with a meeting with Clayborne’s grad exam coordinator to discuss a proposed tutoring plan. The diagnostic stage is extremely valuable because it enables us to create a unique program that includes everything you need and leaves out everything you don’t.

GMAT Test Preparation: After the diagnostic stage, individual tutoring sessions begin- again, catered to each individual student’s needs. Clayborne’s mix of helpful materials and expert tutors creates a proven, personalized approach to test preparation. Sessions typically last one to two hours, two to three times a week.


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“I am a very happy customer. Clayborne’s help was a large reason why I scored well (700) on the GMAT. I am confident I would have done far worse without his guidance. Because I am trying to get into a top-rated B-school, this was money well-spent.”
— Barclay B.