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# Question on teaching/tutoring for the GMAT

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11 Oct 2009, 17:30
I've always enjoyed tutoring throughout university and have done some teaching in a corporate environment. Now that I have a bit of free time on my hands, I'd like to try teaching GMAT prep courses in a classroom or in a 1-1 environment. I'm wondering if the instructors on GMAT Club could share some feedback on the following prep companies:

Kaplan
Manhattan GMAT
Oxford

I'm looking for feedback in terms of (1) working environment - i.e. training & support, (2) pay and (3) flexibility (I do have a full-time job).

Thanks a lot everyone!
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11 Oct 2009, 21:06
I've always enjoyed tutoring throughout university and have done some teaching in a corporate environment. Now that I have a bit of free time on my hands, I'd like to try teaching GMAT prep courses in a classroom or in a 1-1 environment. I'm wondering if the instructors on GMAT Club could share some feedback on the following prep companies:

Kaplan
Manhattan GMAT
Oxford

I'm looking for feedback in terms of (1) working environment - i.e. training & support, (2) pay and (3) flexibility (I do have a full-time job).

Thanks a lot everyone!

Most pay $100/hr. You can search for Craigslist ads in your area - best place to find jobs of this nature. Kaplan and PR pay$30 to the classroom teachers and more to tutors/one-on-one aces.
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12 Oct 2009, 07:37
Thanks BB, that's a great link to explore and I found some useful info already!
Would any other teachers/instructors like to share their insights on what the best company to work for is?
Re: Question on teaching/tutoring for the GMAT   [#permalink] 12 Oct 2009, 07:37
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