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I have a MSc in Physics, my research experience is in astrophysics, specifically analyzing stellar atmospheres, stellar evolution and sources of gravitational waves like black holes and neutron stars. I'm from El Salvador, so my native lang... See more

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I have a Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA. I have 10 years of tutoring experience in Math, Physics, Business and English (Yes I'm an engineer with writing skills!). I work in the Renewable Energy industry building util... See more

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Hi there. My name is Paul and I have a great passion for enlightening minds, both young and old. I really believe there is always a time for a perso... See more

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It would have been so great if you could have ended standardized testing when you finished the SAT or ACT. After all of the hard work that you put into studying for those, maybe even getting tutoring, you are probably not that excited about having to get back up on the horse again and studying for another one. Luckily, you can take a load off your shoulders by searching for GMAT tutoring near me, where you can simplify study sessions to the point that you are more prepared this time around than you were the last time.

Most people start to consider the GMAT right around the time that they are graduating from college. You might not be ready for graduate school and graduate schools might not be ready for you, but you want to make sure that you are in the same momentum that you had during college. Once you get out in the real world, you probably get a job, if you did not already have one before, and you will see your free time slip right through your fingers. I loved studying in the business school during undergraduate years because we never had classes on Fridays. It made my life pretty great to have some semesters with a three day weekend every week. That is the easy life. Now, I have trouble finding time to get a haircut because there just are not enough free hours in the day.

Before the time comes where you are losing sleep to study for the exam, it is a really good idea to get a jump on the test. Your score is valid for up to five years after you take the test, so you can ace the test, leave it on the shelf, go out and get some experience in the world, and come back to applications as one of the most competitive prospects on the market.

There are a lot of students that get a jump on business education in their undergraduate years. They figure out early that they want to be on the money side rather than the creative and many get fine business educations. But when it comes time for graduate school, everyone is open to apply. Co-ed business fraternities exist on college campuses around the country to allow for like-minded students with an interest in business to network, build bonds, and grow together into future leaders. At my school, the two main business fraternities were Delta Sigma Pi and Alpha Kappa Psi. DSP was known for a reputation as being an exclusive club. It was only for students in the business school, which made for a very insular group.

AKPsi was open to students of all majors, as long as they showed genuine interest in business. That made for a great, diverse mix of students of all backgrounds. Whether you were a finance or marketing major, art or architecture major, engineering or computer science major, you could rush the fraternity for a chance to join the group. Graduate school is the same way, in that over half of the students in most graduate business programs come from non-business backgrounds. That means that more than half of the people taking the GMAT are also from non-business backgrounds.

Luckily, the GMAT is not a test of your business skills. There are not going to be any questions about calculating net present value or any accounting equations and balance sheet identification. The test is going to challenge your math skills, your reading and grammar skills, and your analytical skills, but it does not require a BSBA. Either way, you are going to want to get private GMAT tutors if you want to maximize your chances of success. Especially if your degree was lacking in any of those skills just mentioned, you want to bone up on all of the concepts and make sure you are in the best position to get into Harvard, Penn, MIT, Stanford, or any of the other great graduate business schools.

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If you are looking to get into tutoring, test prep is maybe one of the most lucrative fields. There are tons of students taking standardized tests every year and many of them seek out private GMAT tutoring because it is so important to your chances of getting into a good graduate business school. In many ways, this is the one cheat code to getting into college. There are no real shortcuts when it comes to your college application, but some things take a lot more time and effort to improve. Your grades are going to need to stay consistent over the course of an entire semester, so there are so many chances to make mistakes along the way.

In standardized testing, students are jumping right to the finish line. Good or bad, there is no more work you can put in after the clock runs out on the test. It is a highly risky proposition, as there are a lot of difficult problems, but you can also reap the highest rewards, as a three and a half hour sprint can give you a strong score that takes you up a notch in the standings.

That is part of why parents and students put their money where their mouths are when it comes to GMAT prep. They shell out the big bucks to tutors that they trust can help improve your ability during the sprint. In many ways, shaving ten minutes off your time in GMAT taking sounds like a silly metaphor comparing it to a marathon, but you can actually do that with the help of a tutor and it really helps. Many people find the time to be an obstacle in testing, so great tutors can help students manage their time more efficiently.

For example, the GMAT is a test that relies heavily on adaptivity. Test questions get easier or harder based on your ability to answer correctly and that means that you are likely going to take your time on questions to make sure that you are not getting wrong answers along the way. A good tutor teaches students strategies that can help them when it comes to the questions they are not sure about. Instead of wasting time, a prepared student makes educated guesses when they realize that their time is starting to affect their ability to finish.

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