Welcome to my website. I am a private GMAT tutor (and published GMAT preparation guide author ~ see here). Do contact me, even if it’s only to ask about another tutor or a book or resource that you’re considering using.

This is me:

although I have a bit more hair now.

Here’s an outline of what you can find on each tab of my site; below that are links to two particularly useful blog entries that I’d recommend you read:

Blog

Posts relating to the GMAT, or life, or both

About Me

A summary of my experience and qualifications; a little about the work I do; and some testimonials from past students

Services & Availability

The times I teach and the type of student I make time for; a guide to my fees; some notes on GMAT prep agencies

Resources

Books and websites that may help you; business and other books that I like

UGQG

An introduction to my ebook, The Ultimate GMAT Quant Guide Part One

FAQ

Frequently asked questions: the first is particularly common and you should read it, particularly if you don’t know much about the GMAT and think a little light revision the night before your test should be sufficient

Contact

My email. Do try to answer some or all of the questions – I will then be better able to help you

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You’re here because you want help to improve your GMAT score, reach a target score, or simply do the best you can. I can help you to do that. If you contact me I’ll do my best to get in touch within 48 hours and we can set something up.

In the meantime, you might like to read my blog. It contains hints and tips on GMAT preparation, examples of the types of questions you can expect to encounter as well as a range of strategies for tackling them, and advice on how and what to revise. Starting off tells you where to get the Official Guide and official practice software. What you need to do outlines a study plan from your first steps all the way to test day. You can get an idea of my style by checking out my free webinars here.

If you have any questions, I’m more than happy to answer them by email. Don’t forget to check back regularly as I keep the blog updated with new help and advice as often as I can.