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What is the GMAT?
The Graduate Management Admission Test is a standardized assessment that helps business schools assess the qualifications of applicants for advanced study in business and management. Schools use the test as one predictor of academic performance in an MBA program or in other graduate management programs. The GMAT measures basic verbal, mathematical, and analytical writing skills through a series of multiple choice questions over a 4 hour period. By taking the GMAT exam, you have a better chance of being targeted by business schools that are a good match for you.
Is a high score on the GMAT important?
An individual’s score is placed in a percentile comparison with test takers of the previous three years. Applicants are not compared to a fixed norm, but one that fluctuates depending on recent scores. If you happen to write the GMAT at a time when most of the other test takers have prepared extensively, then you will be compared to that highly trained group. A high GMAT score and high percentile placement can greatly improve your chances of acceptance into the program of your choice.
Why is test preparation important?
Thorough test preparation is vital for GMAT success. MBA applicants benefit from the practice and review achieved through test preparation services. Comprehensive test preparation familiarizes MBA applicants with the exam material and effective test taking strategies. Test preparation enhances confidence, and affords the MBA applicant an essential competitive edge.
How does the Princeton Review’s Preparation Course help?
RRLS is pleased to partner with The Princeton Review to increase the test preparation opportunities available to our community. The Princeton Review helps students achieve the best results on standardized tests, and by focusing on preparation and practice, they help students improve their testing performance. The expert instructors of the GMAT Classroom Course will teach students to master all concepts tested on the exam by following proven test-taking strategies and sharpening fundamental verbal and quantitative skills. The course will also teach student how to navigate and master the GMAT's tricky computer-adaptive format. Another unique feature of the GMAT Classroom Course is that it provides customized homework based upon student's areas of need. The course covers every concept tested on the GMAT.
What does the course include?
Who benefits from this course and who should come for this course?
MBA applicants who are preparing to write the GMAT will find that the GMAT Classroom Course provides the most up to date, detailed and relevant information that can directly be applied when taking the GMAT. This course is particularly beneficial for individuals who are intimidated by standardized tests and are unfamiliar with test taking strategies.
How is this course delivered?
The Princeton Review’s GMAT Classroom Course provides ample classroom instruction, homework and additional support outside of class. Students are entitled to supplemental resources as well as instructor support.
When and where is the course offered?
GMAT Classroom Courses are available at the following locations:
Downtown Toronto: 1255 Bay St, Suite 550, Toronto
York University: 4700 Keele Street, Toronto
University of Toronto, Mississauga Campus: 3359 Mississauga Road
Schedules vary. Please click here for current schedules.
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