The GMAT is a computer adaptive exam for admission to M.B.A. programs. Most selective business schools weigh the GMAT along with the candidate’s undergraduate grade point average and work experience. The GMAT is accepted as an alternative to the LSAT by a few law schools.
Our approach to the GMAT is rigorous and educational. We emphasize the core concepts in math, reading, logic, and grammar that serve as the foundation of material tested on the GMAT. Our students often find that as they complete our GMAT program, they also see improvements in their other academic and professional work.
Students work intensively with their tutors to master essential principles and develop problem-solving strategies. Weekly meetings, homework assignments, and full-length practice tests, including computer tests, help our students excel on the exam.
Contact us to speak to a program consultant to discuss your goals and schedule a diagnostic GMAT.
We recommend that students devote 3–4 months to preparing for the GMAT. Whether the test-taker is currently a college student, a recent graduate, or an experienced professional, the GMAT requires long-term, thorough study. We will tailor an academic plan responsive to each student's particular needs and goals.
A downloadable list of law schools that have announced plans to accept the GRE or GMAT is available here.