Please note that I moved from London to Montreal in June 2019. I can do online classes, but if you’d prefer face-to-face tuition in London, let me know and I’ll put you in touch with someone.

I’m also moving into providing GMAT preparation packages and resources for those who prefer supported self-study. If that appeals, ask me for details.

You can reach me at Before you do so, feel free to check out my privacy notice. I’d also be grateful if you could provide answers to the questions below (I get a lot of enquiries with minimal information, so your answers will save us both time. Thanks!):

1. What is your current level? If you don’t know, what are your strengths and weaknesses? What preparation have you done so far?

2. What score do you need/would you like? What school(s) are you aiming for/considering?

3. What is your timeline? Do you have a test date booked? If not, when are you hoping to take the test, and how much time would you have to retake if you don’t get the score you want?

4. Where are you based (home/work) and when are you generally available?

CAUTION: There are many books and resources that make inflated promises, and agencies and tutors that charge a lot of money and deliver little. Please please try before you buy or ask me for impartial advice.

There are free blog posts and webinars on my website that you may find useful. But be very careful about committing your time and money.

Privacy notice

How I will use your information

I solemnly swear that I will use your personal information to provide you with GMAT tutoring and nothing more. I will not share your personal information with any individual or company except with your consent. For example, I might share your personal information with another student if and only if all of us agree that it is beneficial for me to do so.

Retention of your personal information

I will normally retain your personal information for a period of approximately one year, on the grounds that for that length of time you remain a legitimate business interest. If however I have reason to believe that there is a social interest to us both in my retaining your personal information indefinitely, for example if we have met at an event at which I did not tutor you, I will do so.

Erasure of, and access to, your information

You retain the right to request that I delete any or all of the personal information that I hold on you. You also retain the right to request access to the data that I hold on you at any time. You can do so by emailing me at

Any questions? Drop me a line.