GMAT TUTORING FROM THE PROS
Private GMAT Tutoring For Busy Graduate Students
As a busy MBA candidate, juggling your GMAT prep with your career, hobbies, and social life can be difficult. That’s why at Inspirica Pros, we’re proud to offer online GMAT tutoring to fit your time & schedule.
Our team of knowledgeable tutors have a track record for success, bringing over 30 years of experience with the GMAT to their tutoring process. With their one-on-one help, you’ll have everything you need to ace the GMAT and get into your dream MBA program.
Why MBA Candidates Choose Inspirica Pros for Private GMAT Tutoring
Private GMAT Tutoring From Experienced Test Experts
Our team of tutors at Inspirica Pros aren’t just subject matter experts, they’re veteran test-takers who not only understand the intricacies of the GMAT, but are able to effectively impart their knowledge onto every graduate student they work with. When you partner with one of GMAT tutors, you can be sure that you’re getting someone who will work with you to understand your individual academic needs to help you to master the GMAT.
A Flexible But Rigorous Approach To GMAT Tutoring
The GMAT is not an easy test, and preparing for it requires a disciplined approach. When you partner with one of our GMAT tutors, you can be sure that you’re getting an expert guide who will push you to your limits in order to fully prepare you for the exam. While your GMAT prep will be no doubt be intense, you can rest easy with the fact that we will work around your busy schedule to provide you with a tutoring experience that works for your individual GMAT needs.
Fully Assess Your Strengths & Weaknesses for the GMAT
Our GMAT tutoring process isn’t just about reviewing example questions & teaching you tips for the exam, rather, we try to figure out your specific strengths & weaknesses as they relate to the GMAT. We seek to understand your underperformance, and then continuously adapt our tutoring to provide you an understanding of what’s preventing you from achieving your target GMAT score (and how to effectively correct those issues).
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For more than 30 years, we’ve provided expert 1:1 tutoring to clients across the globe. Our elite corps of professional tutors use their vast educational knowledge to cater the learning experience to the needs of each individual student, enabling efficient pathways to superior outcomes while prioritizing sensitivity and confidentiality. And since they’re armed with our industry-leading learning tools and diagnostics, our Pros have everything they need to help you maximize your results and minimize your stress.
Meet Some of Our Featured GMAT Tutors
There are a few tutors who have been doing this for so long & who have been involved in the industry at so many different levels as Dan Edmonds. He has led R&D for two major test prep companies, written or contributed to many test prep & admissions books, trained or mentored hundreds of tutors, and worked with thousands of students. Dan is a contributor to Forbes and Time magazines on educational topics, and is at the top of the list of education editors in NYC. Dan takes delight in connecting with high scoring students who need to wring the last few points out of a test.
Fritz has been helping students with test preparation and academic subjects since 1988. Originally from Olympia, Washington, Fritz attended Stanford University where he earned undergraduate degrees in Music and Applied Math and a Master’s Degree in Computer Science and served as a Teaching Fellow. His teaching experience also includes four years of high school math, music, computer science and physics. Fritz has experience teaching students at all levels, including students with visual and auditory impairments and a wide variety of learning differences.
Curtis Retherford worked as a tutor for 12 years in New York City, first at The Princeton Review and then independently. He helped write and edit The Princeton Review’s books and tests for the SAT, GRE, GMAT, SSAT, and ISEE tests, as well as helping to design the course curricula for the GRE. Writing these materials required both close scrutiny of the actual tests and an ability to classify problems and approaches. Standardized tests are, of course, standardized, and so similar problem types show up over and over again. And then several more times.
Felicia Tam is an exceptionally skilled and qualified tutor of Math and Physics with an unusual ability to connect with a wide range of students. She was the valedictorian of her Boston-area high school class and elected to attend Stanford University as an undergraduate. At Stanford, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Physics, Felicia was a member of her dorm staff as the resident math and physics tutor her junior and senior years. She continued her studies of physics at Rice University, earning her master’s and Ph.D. in physics while conducting nanomaterials research. During her graduate studies, Felicia also led undergraduate physics tutorials and taught physics lab sections.
Lisa taught her first SAT prep course in 1987, back when the College Board still claimed that its test measured “aptitude.” A lot has changed since then, but Lisa’s devotion to mastering what’s on the test, how it’s tested, and how best to prepare hasn’t. Along the way, she has tutored thousands of students in Southern California and all over the world; worked with the best research and development teams in the business; and trained to teach almost every entrance exam out there, from middle school to high school, through college and graduate school. Because these exams change constantly, Lisa has stayed at the forefront of what her students need to know—she never wastes their time or resources.
Donald served for over three decades as the Master Tutor at an internationally recognized test prep company and has tutored literally thousands of students of all ages. He also has trained hundreds of other aspiring tutors and has been involved in the development of course materials for high school, college, and grad school entrance exams. He has led numerous seminars and participated in panel discussions based on his expertise in various standardized tests. Donald has worked with the families of leaders in the arts, finance, and government realms, travelling (at least in the pre-Skype/Zoom days) throughout the U.S., Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and South America.
Our Results-Driven Approach To Private GMAT Tutoring
From the very first intake conversation, our team will work to understand your personality, your strengths, and your areas for growth in order to match you to the perfect GMAT tutor. An optimal tutor-student match means a smoother start to the tutoring process and less stress and anxiety throughout.
Once tutoring is underway, your Pro will continually work to cater the learning experience to your specific needs. From the way study material is presented to the practice work between tutoring sessions, you’ll learn on your terms and have everything you need to succeed on the GMAT.
Our Pros are more than just content masters—they’re learning experts who are there to support you in every way possible throughout the GMAT tutoring process. And in addition to your tutor, there’s an entire team behind the scenes ready to help the program run smoothly from start to finish.
Frequently Asked Questions About Private GMAT Tutoring & Prep
What is the GMAT?
The GMAT, known more formally as the Graduate Management Admission Test, is a graduate admissions exam designed for students for are looking to pursue graduate programs specifically in the field of the business. A computer adaptive test, the GMAT assesses a potential graduate student's skills in analytical reasoning, writing, quantitative analysis, and reading comprehension. Business school's review your GMAT score, work experience, and academic record in order to determine your aptitude for an MBA program.
Can GMAT Tutoring Really Improve My Score?
Many sources will tell you that, when compared to other tests, it very difficult to see meaningful increases on the GMAT after subsequent test attempts. However, increasing your GMAT score is not impossible, and our tutoring services will help you to realize your potential and move the needle on your GMAT score.
What Should I Look For In a GMAT Tutor?
When looking for a GMAT Tutor who is the right fit for you, it’s best to consider a tutor who is able to create a customized program for your learning style. Many GMAT tutors will have a specific order of operations in which they tutor their students, and that works for some people. However, when seeking tutoring, it’s important to find someone who is willing to adapt to your personal needs to help you truly understand the test material. Since there are plenty of options for GMAT tutors, you’ll likely be able to find one who fits your needs.
What Should I Expect When Hiring a GMAT Tutor?
Improving your GMAT score does not happen overnight. Your GMAT Tutor will have a plan in place to help increase your score and work with you to get the best results possible. Gaining 100 points or more on your GMAT score will likely be the result of many hours of work and tutoring. Beware of overnight success stories when hiring a tutor.
How much does a GMAT tutor cost?
GMAT tutors tend to have a broad range in cost from as low as $30 to over $200. Their price range will vary depending on their level of expertise, the number of success stories, and references. Needless to say, there is likely to be a tutor in your price range! Just be sure to ask for their credentials.
How long do you need to study for the GMAT?
The amount of time studying for the GMAT is going to vary from person to person. However, it has been found that top scorers who studied for the GMAT typically spent around 120 hours studying before taking the test. Most GMAT tutoring sessions are in 1 to 3-hour increments depending on how much information you can digest in one sitting.
Is the GMAT really that difficult?
Considering that only 6% of those who took the GMAT scored above 720, you could definitely say it’s difficult! The test is meant to be challenging as it is a measure of higher-order reasoning skills and is used amongst highly competitive business schools to distinguish applicants. Many questions in the GMAT will do their best to mislead you, tricking you into spending time on the wrong answer. Luckily, once you learn the format of the test, you can learn what to expect.
Which part of the GMAT is the most difficult?
If you are not a fan of standardized tests, you will not like the GMAT either. Many students consider the quantitative reasoning and verbal reasoning sections to be the most difficult portion of the test. However, the best way to conquer the test is to understand its formats and question patterns. Once you understand HOW the questions will be asked, the answers will come much more easily to you.
An Overview of the GMAT Exam Format
The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a graduate admissions exam for students looking to pursue a graduate’s degree specifically in business. The exam consists of four different sections assessing writing, reasoning, quantitative analysis, and verbal skills, and takes roughly three hours to complete.
|GMAT Section||Time Limit||Number of Questions||Type of Question(s)|
|Analytical Writing||30 minutes||One question||Argument analysis|
|Reasoning||30 minutes||12 questions||Interpreting graphics, multi-source reasoning, two-part analysis, table analysis|
|Quantitative Analysis||62 minutes||31 questions||Data sufficiency & problem solving|
|Verbal||65 minutes||36 questions||Reading, comprehension, critical reasoning, sentence analysis & correction|
|Overall||3 hours & 7 minutes||80 questions||-|
Related GMAT Prep Resources
We’ve been doing this for a while now, and we’ve got more than enough knowledge to share. So if you have questions about the GMAT, from scoring to accommodations to fundamental strategies, you can find the answers here.
Interested in discussing how our tutors can help you or your student? Have questions about a standardized test or the tutoring process in general? We’re here to help! Schedule a call or submit your question by filling out the form to the right; we’d love to hear from you.
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