What do you require of me?
You are familiar with the format and the contents of the GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test). Ideally you have worked or are working as a free lance GMAT tutor or trainer. In addition you have experience in giving advice on how to apply for MBA (Master of Business Administration) programs as well undergraduate degree courses such as Bachelors or Certificates). You know how to prepare for the TOEFL (Test Of English as a Foreign Language) or the TOEIC (Test Of English for International Communication) by ETS because more and more GMAT and MBA candidates speak English as their second language. You have strong essay writing skills and you have assisted students in composing their TOEFL and/or MBA admissions essays.
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What do I have to do?
- you will be part of our team
- you will have the opportunity to reach your prospective clients (you will be working as an independent GMAT/MBA advisor and/or admissions counsellor)
- you will be able to tap into a new market (your GMAT/MBA pages will receive a minimum of 1000 views every single day)
- you can create a constant income stream
- you will gain new valuable knowledge and experiences
Together with us you create a short guide that covers the main GMAT/MBA issues and addresses frequently asked questions. Our tutorial will contain the following elements:
- overview of the GMAT
- the GMAT as an instrument that measures a candidate''s learning performance
- structure and contents of the GMAT
- GMAT preparation strategies and materials
- guidance on how to how to write a compose a high quality GMAT essay
- examples on how to solve sentence correction and critical reasoning questions
- detailed information on combination, permutation and probability GMAT questions
- description of useful GMAT resources on the Internet
- how to select a GMAT prep course
- the connection between the GMAT and MBA admissions
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