MBA Tutoring

Whereas: The admissions process is a competitive procedure through which thousands of M.B.A. applicants are required to go each year, and …

Whereas: Maximizing your GMAT score is one of the most important challenges you will face as you seek admission to graduate school, and…

Whereas: Each year many applicants fail to achieve GMAT scores that reflect the applicants’ abilities accurately or that are sufficient to secure acceptances into M.B.A. programs of the applicants’ choice, and…

Whereas: Graduate school admissions officers frequently recommend the benefits of individual tutoring over commercial group preparation for the GMAT, and…

Whereas: Only one GMAT preparation program in the greater New York/New Jersey area, E-Z WAY TUTORING, offers exclusively one-on-one tutoring using unique tried and true techniques which have proven to be effective and have been refined and perfected since 1983, and…

Whereas: For over two decades the E-Z WAY TUTORING program has produced exemplary results for pupils who have been privileged to receive one-on-one tutoring from Mr. Edward H. Zurav, Esq., the most experienced and skilled one-on-one tutor in the area, and…

Whereas: Mr. Zurav gives his pupils the benefit of his experience garnered while assisting hundreds and hundreds of pupils with the finest in standardized test preparation over the last quarter century, and…

Whereas: E-Z WAY TUTORING is the ONLY GMAT preparation program that directly links the GMAT to the skills which graduate students utilize daily and stresses improvement in important academic skills such as reading speed and comprehension as well as concentration enhancement, and…

Whereas: With E-Z WAY and no other course you’re GUARANTEED to be individually tutored by an attorney who possesses an IQ certified to be above the genius level. Mr. Zurav’s GMAT scores in Verbal and Quantitative were in the 99th percentile, as was his overall score of 730.

THEREFORE: Serious applicants to M.B.A. programs should consider obtaining vital ONE-ON-ONE instruction from the foremost expert in the field of standardized test preparation: Edward H. Zurav, Esq., proprietor of E-Z WAY TUTORING!


Dear Mr. Zurav,

If you will recall, you provided your tutoring skill to help me improve my GMAT score. When I originally started, I was not certain the methods you prescribe would be of any benefit.  As I progressed, I felt I was improving, and your methods of analyzing and responding to the questions were making the difference.

I took the test on October 15, 1994 and ultimately received my scores in late November. Your ‘torturing’ assisted me in raising my score 70 points and I ranked in the 91st percentile of students taking the test. I do not believe that with the same amount of time I prepared, I could have scored as high using any other method. It was your methods that allowed me to significantly increase both my verbal and quantitative scores.

Well Done

Mark Bridgers

E-Z Way graduates who are first-time GMAT candidates achieve scores that are, on average, in excess of the national median for first-time GMAT candidates. This statistic is especially impressive when one considers that the majority of his students are people who have histories of drastic underachievement on standardized tests before working with E-Z WAY.


Following extensive in-depth research, Mr. Zurav analyzed the particular skills and aptitudes measured by the GMAT. He discovered that these same skills and aptitudes were used continuously by successful college students. Mr. Zurav then developed a unique instructional program designed to maximize these skills and aptitudes in his pupils. The result is the E-Z WAY method of tutoring that has aided numerous students in achieving acceptable GMAT scores, even after other GMAT preparation courses have failed to help.


The E-Z WAY method improves a pupil’s ability to perform in an M.B.A. program as well as on the GMAT. The ability to input information and organize it quickly for immediate access is used daily by graduate students. Mr. Zurav teaches his pupils to read and comprehend more efficiently and to think in a logical, orderly and organized fashion.


Mr. Edward H. Zurav was born in 1956 and raised by a special education teacher and an attorney. He received his high school degree from the Pingry School, from which he graduated in 1974. Based on his success on standardized tests in high school, he was designated an National Merit Scholar. He exceeded genius-level requirements when he sat for his Law School Admissions Test, his Graduate Record Exam and his Graduate Management Aptitude Test.

Mr. Zurav is a Life member of Mensa, an international society whose sole membership requirement is the possession of an IQ in the top 2% of the world’s population and has been nominated for membership in Triple Niners, a similar society requiring its members to possess an IQ in the top 1/10 of 1% of the world’s population.

Type of tutoring GMAT
Weekday Lessons $175/hour
Weeknight/Weekend Lessons $250/hour
# of hours advance payment for 20% discount 6
Initial payment for 20% discount weekday $840
20% discount rate for weekday lessons $140/hour
Initial payment for 20% discount weeknight/weekend $1,200
20% discount rate for weeknight/weekend lessons $200/hour
# of hours advance payment for 30% discount 20
Initial payment for 30% discount weekday $2,450
30% discount rate for weekday lessons $122.50/hour
Initial payment for 30% discount weeknight/weekend $3,500
30% discount rate off weeknight/weekend lessons $175/hour


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