When to Hire a Private GMAT Tutor?
Posted on
08
Jun 2021

When to Hire a Private GMAT Tutor?

By: Dana Coggio
Published: 8th June 2021

Once you have made the decision to get your MBA, the next challenge awaits you: Studying for and taking the GMAT. You’ve purchased the books, set up a study schedule, prepared yourself mentally for the task that lays before you. (This infographic provides you with handy tips for your GMAT study prep). And yet, as you begin studying, you find yourself stuck and unsure of what to do next. First things first, it is important for you to understand that this is perfectly normal. The GMAT is an exam that tests more than just your quantitative and analytical skills, it is meant to score your ability to think critically and outside of the box. If you find yourself rereading sections of your GMAT prep books or googling various study tricks and tips, it might be time to consider getting yourself a private GMAT tutor.

That in and of itself seems a daunting task. Where do you even begin with finding someone capable of helping you achieve your goals? Well, before you look for a private GMAT tutor, it is necessary that you first understand when to get yourself a private tutor. This important step means you, and your tutor, are ready to work together to achieve a well thought out goal.

Establish your Goals

Before you begin looking for a private GMAT tutor, you need to know what your GMAT and MBA goals are. Perhaps you are striving for a 700+ and looking to apply to a top-tier MBA program. Or maybe you are looking to up your score by 50 points to be considered more competitive for your dream MBA. Whatever the reason, you need to have a good grasp on why you are taking the GMAT and what your goals are.

Having a clear mindset means you can search for a private GMAT tutor whose skills match your goals. This also means you are not wasting precious time with your GMAT tutor recapping where you see yourself in 20 years. As GMAT tutors can be pricey, it is important to optimize your time with your tutor. Additionally, it is important to research how private tutors can help you achieve your goal. If you are interested in increasing your score above a 700, for example, our article on how private GMAT tutors help you in this task can be read here: How Can Private Tutoring Help You Score 700+ on the GMAT?

Establish your baseline

One of the most important things you can do when starting to study for the GMAT is to take a practice exam. You can find a free practice GMAT exam HERE. Once you have taken the practice GMAT exam, you will have a better understanding of where your strengths and weaknesses lie. However, knowing how to strengthen your weakness or grow your strengths may seem intimidating. This is why, when looking for a private GMAT tutor, you should go into your first meeting with a clear understanding of where you score on the GMAT and what some of your initial GMAT prep challenges are.

This gives your private tutor a better understanding of what aspects of the GMAT you struggle the most with and which parts require only brief reviews. Even better would be to take the mock GMAT exam with your tutor present so that they provide you with more knowledgeable feedback and study plans. In Apex’s case for instance, in a 2.5 hour assessment session an instructor puts you through your paces to see where you need the most help and where they should focus your efforts to get the most leverage in your allotted prep time.  

Begin Studying

So, you have created achievable goals and established your baseline GMAT score. You are confident about beginning your studying, and yet, as the weeks pass and the GMAT exam comes closer you realize you aren’t anywhere near where you want to be. This is an important realization for you as a student. If you recognize that no matter how many hours you commit to studying or how many practice exams you take your understanding of the material is not increasing then, perhaps, it is time to turn to a professional to support you in your journey.

A private GMAT tutor will not only help you in comprehension of the materials, but they also will give you confidence and the support to achieve your goals while holding you accountable to your studies. This scoring plateau phenomenon is what most GMAT prep students face at one point or another during the GMAT journey. 

Investing in a GMAT tutor

When it is time to look for a private GMAT tutor it is important to know that this decision is an investment. Although they may not always say so outright, numerous MBA students at many top-tier universities invested in a private GMAT tutor to help them study for the exam. Investing in a private GMAT tutor is an investment in your future and can pay off in the long run even after you have been admitted to your dream MBA program. Working with a high achieving tutor can be pricey.

The costs associated with a reputable GMAT tutor should reflect the investment they put into helping you achieve your goals. Your time is valuable, and so looking for a private GMAT tutor shouldn’t be the main objective of your studies but investing a couple hours to find the right fit can pay off in the end as a stellar GMAT score will not only help in your MBA application process, but it could land you quality scholarships and a place at some of the top consulting firms after b-school.  

Where to look for a GMAT tutor

Finding a proper GMAT tutor means finding a tutor who works with you to achieve your goals. There are a lot of GMAT tutors on the market who claim to ‘know the secret’ or can ‘guarantee a score’. Be wary of these tutors, as there is no true way to guarantee success. Success on the GMAT comes down to you as an individual and the time you invest in studying. A private GMAT tutor is there to help guide you and support you on your GMAT study journey. It is important to find a reputable GMAT tutor whose skills and ways of teaching match how you learn and your goals.

On an average search engine, a deluge of offers and potential tutors appear, and this plethora can seem quite overwhelming.  Luckily, Apex GMAT offers a complimentary 30-minute session with one of our instructors. This session gives you the opportunity to gauge whether or not a private GMAT tutor is right for you. To learn more about where to find a fitting GMAT tutor, check out our article on How to Select a GMAT Tutor.

Finally…

…whether you are 6 months into studying or you are just starting the process, it is never too late to invest in a GMAT tutor. The sooner you do, however, the more your tutor can support you and the more you can get out of the experience. We have worked with clients who are 8 months into their GMAT journey and beaten down to newcomers who are looking at the test through fresh eyes, so we have heard it all before.

Knowing when to get a GMAT tutor is vital to your success. We highly suggest signing up for a complimentary consultation with one of our tutors, as they can help you more narrowly define when to find a GMAT tutor and if a GMAT tutor is right for you. You can sign up for a complimentary 30-minute slot HERE. Still unsure, feel free to listen HERE for some testimonials from people, just like you, who invested in a private GMAT tutor and are very glad they did! 

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taking the gmat in Amsterdam
Posted on
27
May 2021

Taking the GMAT Exam in Amsterdam

Table of Contents:

  1. Who administers the GMAT test?
  2. What does the test center look like?
  3. Where are the test centers located?
  4. Test center holidays
  5. Top MBA programs in the area
  6. Tips
  7. Test Day FAQs

About ¾ of the way through your extensive GMAT prep you should begin to start planning your test day, including scheduling the test, preparing your trip to the test center, and even pre-visiting the test center so that you know exactly where it is. This guide is here to offer you all the required information related to taking the GMAT in Amsterdam

Who administers the GMAT test?

Pearson Professional Centers – administers the GMAT and EA exam on behalf of the GMAC. To find out more about the Pearson Professional test centers visit https://www.pearson.com/us/

What does the test center look like?

A Pearson Professional Center will include individual testing areas for each test taker with a separation screen between each test-taker.

Where are the test centers in Amsterdam?

This is the top location where test-takers generally had the best experience:

Compu’Train Amsterdamgmat test center in amsterdam

BCN Amsterdam Arena – Computrain
Hoogoorddreef 5
5th floor
1101 BA Amsterdam
Netherlands

By car:

From Central Amsterdam (25 minutes):

  • Take Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal to Raadhuisstraat
  • Head south on Spuistraat toward Vliegendesteeg
  • Continue onto Spui
  • Spui turns left and becomes Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal
  • Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal turns slightly left and becomes Raadhuisstraat
  • Take Stadhouderskade/S100, s110 and A2 to Hoogoorddreef in Amsterdam-Zuidoost
  • Continue on Hoogoorddreef to your destination

Test-takers’ review:

This test center was rated 4.0 by Google reviewers. Great training facility and very responsive staff. Lunch restaurant is good and well stocked with tons of choices to match any diet. Free coffee tea soda juices candy bars and fruit.

Test Center Holidays:

The most popular times for GMAT preparation and test-taking are during the holiday seasons. Be mindful of dates that you will not be able to take the GMAT or EA at any of the test centers mentioned above. Pearson test centers are closed during the following dates:

  • 1 Jan – New Year’s Day
  • 2 Apr – Good Friday  
  • 5 Apr – Easter Monday
  • 3 May – May Day
  • 31 May – Late May Bank Holiday  
  • 30 Aug – August Bank Holiday
  • 25 Dec – Christmas Day
  • 26 Dec – Boxing Day
  • 27 Dec – Christmas Holiday
  • 28 Dec – Boxing Day Holiday

Top MBA programs in Amsterdam:

Tips:

  • During the test there will not be complete silence – you will be able to hear noise from other test takers so it is best to prepare for this by studying for the exam in similar scenarios. This can prepare you for any distractions (such as coughing, sneezing, or computer clicking sounds) that might occur while taking your exam.
  • Try to spend some time actually prepping in the lobby of the test center weeks/days in advance of your exam date. Since the place will be familiar to you come test day this can help curb test anxiety should you have any.
  • Here is a helpful test day planning guide: Link to guide
  • Find a test day checklist here: link to checklist

Test Day FAQs

Here are the top 5 questions that clients ask us about exam day information:

  • Are you allowed to listen to music while taking the GMAT exam?

You are not allowed to listen to music while taking the GMAT exam and you are not allowed to wear earphones as well.

  • What should I do if I fall sick on the exam day?

If you do not feel well come exam day you will have to make the decision as to whether or not you can take the test and perform at your best. Most people will not be able to do this so it will be best to cancel it. If you do so on the day of the exam you will incur a loss of your full $250 exam fee. If you cancel the exam 7 days in advance you will be charged a penalty of $50. If it is the first time that you will sit the exam and you are up for sitting through a 4 hour test, this may be a good opportunity to experience the test as you have the ability to cancel the score right afterwards if you are unhappy with it. Ultimately, it is best to take the GMAT when you are feeling your best as this will result in your optimum test performance.

  • What can I bring with me to the test center?

You are allowed in the test center with the following:

  • GMAT approved identification
  • Appointment confirmation letter or email you received from Pearson VUE
  • Prescription eyeglasses
  • Light sweater or light non-outerwear jacket
  • Comfort items only if they were pre-approved as an accommodation received in advance

Any additional personal belongings that you bring with you such as your cell phone, bag, snacks, and earphones will need to be stored in one of the provided lockers. You may eat your snack during the breaks. Any cell phone use throughout the test time (including breaks) is prohibited.

The test center will provide you with everything that you need in order to take the test including scratch paper and a pencil.

  • Should I wear a mask during the exam?

At the test centers above they strongly recommend that you wear a face mask or some type of face-covering in the test center and for the duration of your test to protect yourself and others. Test centers do not provide face masks for candidates.

Please note that if you have any flu-like symptoms upon arrival at the test center, you may be requested to reschedule your exam for another time when you are in full health.

  • What can I expect at the test center?

A usual test center is typically quite small. Once you arrive you will have to provide the administrator with the relevant documents and while these are being processed you will be asked to wait in the waiting area. In this area, you can still access all your personal belongings up until you are called into the testing room.

Once in the room, you will be allocated an individual exam station where you will find a computer.

For any questions or comments please reach out to us at www.apexgmat.com.
To speak to an Apex instructor about your GMAT prep, schedule a call HERE.

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taking the gmat in beijing article
Posted on
25
May 2021

Taking the GMAT Exam in Beijing

Table of Contents:

  1. Who administers the GMAT test?
  2. What does the test center look like?
  3. Where are the test centers located?
  4. Test center holidays
  5. Top MBA programs in the area
  6. Tips
  7. Test Day FAQs

About ¾ of the way through your extensive GMAT prep you should begin to start planning your test day, including scheduling the test, preparing your trip to the test center, and even pre-visiting the test center so that you know exactly where it is. This guide is here to offer you all the required information related to taking the GMAT in Beijing

Who administers the GMAT test?

Pearson Professional Centers – administers the GMAT and EA exam on behalf of the GMAC. To find out more about the Pearson Professional test centers visit https://www.pearson.com/us/

What does the test center look like?

A Pearson Professional Center will include individual testing areas for each test taker with a separation screen between each test-taker.

Where are the test centers in Beijing?

This is the top location where test-takers generally had the best experience:

Pearson Professional Centers-Beijing, China
gmat test location in beijing

China
Beijing
Haidian District
6 Southern Road Capital Gym
Rm 1153, New Century Hotel Office Tower
100044

 

Test-takers’ review:

There are no test takers reviews to report about this test center at this time. 

Test Center Holidays:

The most popular times for GMAT preparation and test-taking are during the holiday seasons. Be mindful of dates that you will not be able to take the GMAT or EA at any of the test centers mentioned above. Pearson test centers are closed during the following dates:

  • 1 Jan – New Year’s Day 
  • 25-28 Jan – Chinese New Year/ Lunar New Year
  • 4 Apr – Qingming Festival
  • 10 Apr – Good Friday
  • 11 Apr – Holy Sunday
  • 13 Apr – Easter Monday
  • 30 Apr – Buddha’s Birthday
  • 1 May – Labour Day
  • 25 Jun – Dragon Boat Festival
  • 1 Jul – Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment
  • 1 Oct – National Day of the People’s Republic of China
  • 26 Oct – Double Ninth Festival
  • 25 Dec – Christmas Day
  • 26 Dec – Boxing Day

Top MBA programs in Beijing:

Tsinghua University  

Tips:

  • During the test there will not be complete silence – you will be able to hear noise from other test takers so it is best to prepare for this by studying for the exam in similar scenarios. This can prepare you for any distractions (such as coughing, sneezing, or computer clicking sounds) that might occur while taking your exam.
  • Try to spend some time actually prepping in the lobby of the test center weeks/days in advance of your exam date. Since the place will be familiar to you come test day this can help curb test anxiety should you have any.
  • Here is a helpful test day planning guide: Link to guide
  • Find a test day checklist here: link to checklist

Test Day FAQs

Here are the top 5 questions that clients ask us about exam day information:

  • Are you allowed to listen to music while taking the GMAT exam?

You are not allowed to listen to music while taking the GMAT exam and you are not allowed to wear earphones as well.

  • What should I do if I fall sick on the exam day?

If you do not feel well come exam day you will have to make the decision as to whether or not you can take the test and perform at your best. Most people will not be able to do this so it will be best to cancel it. If you do so on the day of the exam you will incur a loss of your full $250 exam fee. If you cancel the exam 7 days in advance you will be charged a penalty of $50. If it is the first time that you will sit the exam and you are up for sitting through a 4 hour test, this may be a good opportunity to experience the test as you have the ability to cancel the score right afterwards if you are unhappy with it. Ultimately, it is best to take the GMAT when you are feeling your best as this will result in your optimum test performance.

  • What can I bring with me to the test center?

You are allowed in the test center with the following:

  • GMAT approved identification
  • Appointment confirmation letter or email you received from Pearson VUE
  • Prescription eyeglasses
  • Light sweater or light non-outerwear jacket
  • Comfort items only if they were pre-approved as an accommodation received in advance

Any additional personal belongings that you bring with you such as your cell phone, bag, snacks, and earphones will need to be stored in one of the provided lockers. You may eat your snack during the breaks. Any cell phone use throughout the test time (including breaks) is prohibited.

The test center will provide you with everything that you need in order to take the test including scratch paper and a pencil.

  • Should I wear a mask during the exam?

At the test centers above they strongly recommend that you wear a face mask or some type of face-covering in the test center and for the duration of your test to protect yourself and others. Test centers do not provide face masks for candidates.

Please note that if you have any flu-like symptoms upon arrival at the test center, you may be requested to reschedule your exam for another time when you are in full health.

  • What can I expect at the test center?

A usual test center is typically quite small. Once you arrive you will have to provide the administrator with the relevant documents and while these are being processed you will be asked to wait in the waiting area. In this area, you can still access all your personal belongings up until you are called into the testing room.

Once in the room, you will be allocated an individual exam station where you will find a computer.

For any questions or comments please reach out to us at www.apexgmat.com.
To speak to an Apex instructor about your GMAT prep, schedule a call HERE.

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fundan mba program in shanghai
Posted on
20
May 2021

Taking the GMAT Exam in Shanghai

Table of Contents:

  1. Who administers the GMAT test?
  2. What does the test center look like?
  3. Where are the test centers located?
  4. Test center holidays
  5. Top MBA programs in the area
  6. Tips
  7. Test Day FAQs

About ¾ of the way through your extensive GMAT prep you should begin to start planning your test day, including scheduling the test, preparing your trip to the test center, and even pre-visiting the test center so that you know exactly where it is. This guide is here to offer you all the required information related to taking the GMAT in Shanghai

Who administers the GMAT test?

Pearson Professional Centers – administers the GMAT and EA exam on behalf of the GMAC. To find out more about the Pearson Professional test centers visit https://www.pearson.com/us/

What does the test center look like?

A Pearson Professional Center will include individual testing areas for each test taker with a separation screen between each test-taker.

Where are the test centers in Shanghai?

This is the top location where test-takers generally had the best experience:

Pearson Professional Centers-Shanghai South, Chinagmat test center in shanghai

China
Shanghai
Xuhui District
333 Tianyaoqiao Road
Room 805, 8/F, Ascendas Plaza
200030

By car:

From Central Park (17 minutes):

  • Take 建国西路 and 瑞金二路 to 瑞金一路
  • Take 延安中路 to 愚园路 in 静安区
  • Turn right onto 愚园路

Test-takers’ review:

There are no test takers reviews to report about this test center at this time. 

Test Center Holidays:

The most popular times for GMAT preparation and test-taking are during the holiday seasons. Be mindful of dates that you will not be able to take the GMAT or EA at any of the test centers mentioned above. Pearson test centers are closed during the following dates:

  • 1 Jan – New Year’s Day 
  • 25-28 Jan – Chinese New Year/ Lunar New Year
  • 4 Apr – Qingming Festival
  • 10 Apr – Good Friday
  • 11 Apr – Holy Sunday
  • 13 Apr – Easter Monday
  • 30 Apr – Buddha’s Birthday
  • 1 May – Labour Day
  • 25 Jun – Dragon Boat Festival
  • 1 Jul – Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment
  • 1 Oct – National Day of the People’s Republic of China
  • 26 Oct – Double Ninth Festival
  • 25 Dec – Christmas Day
  • 26 Dec – Boxing Day

Top MBA programs in Shanghai:

  • FUDAN School of Management
  • CEIBS- China Europe International School of Business

Tips:

  • During the test there will not be complete silence – you will be able to hear noise from other test takers so it is best to prepare for this by studying for the exam in similar scenarios. This can prepare you for any distractions (such as coughing, sneezing, or computer clicking sounds) that might occur while taking your exam.
  • Try to spend some time actually prepping in the lobby of the test center weeks/days in advance of your exam date. Since the place will be familiar to you come test day this can help curb test anxiety should you have any.
  • Here is a helpful test day planning guide: Link to guide
  • Find a test day checklist here: link to checklist

Test Day FAQs

Here are the top 5 questions that clients ask us about exam day information:

  • Are you allowed to listen to music while taking the GMAT exam?

You are not allowed to listen to music while taking the GMAT exam and you are not allowed to wear earphones as well.

  • What should I do if I fall sick on the exam day?

If you do not feel well come exam day you will have to make the decision as to whether or not you can take the test and perform at your best. Most people will not be able to do this so it will be best to cancel it. If you do so on the day of the exam you will incur a loss of your full $250 exam fee. If you cancel the exam 7 days in advance you will be charged a penalty of $50. If it is the first time that you will sit the exam and you are up for sitting through a 4 hour test, this may be a good opportunity to experience the test as you have the ability to cancel the score right afterwards if you are unhappy with it. Ultimately, it is best to take the GMAT when you are feeling your best as this will result in your optimum test performance.

  • What can I bring with me to the test center?

You are allowed in the test center with the following:

  • GMAT approved identification
  • Appointment confirmation letter or email you received from Pearson VUE
  • Prescription eyeglasses
  • Light sweater or light non-outerwear jacket
  • Comfort items only if they were pre-approved as an accommodation received in advance

Any additional personal belongings that you bring with you such as your cell phone, bag, snacks, and earphones will need to be stored in one of the provided lockers. You may eat your snack during the breaks. Any cell phone use throughout the test time (including breaks) is prohibited.

The test center will provide you with everything that you need in order to take the test including scratch paper and a pencil.

  • Should I wear a mask during the exam?

At the test centers above they strongly recommend that you wear a face mask or some type of face-covering in the test center and for the duration of your test to protect yourself and others. Test centers do not provide face masks for candidates.

Please note that if you have any flu-like symptoms upon arrival at the test center, you may be requested to reschedule your exam for another time when you are in full health.

  • What can I expect at the test center?

A usual test center is typically quite small. Once you arrive you will have to provide the administrator with the relevant documents and while these are being processed you will be asked to wait in the waiting area. In this area, you can still access all your personal belongings up until you are called into the testing room.

Once in the room, you will be allocated an individual exam station where you will find a computer.

For any questions or comments please reach out to us at www.apexgmat.com.
To speak to an Apex instructor about your GMAT prep, schedule a call HERE.

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Taking the GMAT in Frankfurt
Posted on
18
May 2021

Taking the GMAT Exam in Frankfurt

Table of Contents:

  1. Who administers the GMAT test?
  2. What does the test center look like?
  3. Where are the test centers located?
  4. Test center holidays
  5. Top MBA programs in the area
  6. Tips
  7. Test Day FAQs

About ¾ of the way through your extensive GMAT prep you should begin to start planning your test day, including scheduling the test, preparing your trip to the test center, and even pre-visiting the test center so that you know exactly where it is. This guide is here to offer you all the required information related to taking the GMAT in Frankfurt

Who administers the GMAT test?

Pearson Professional Centers – administers the GMAT and EA exam on behalf of the GMAC. To find out more about the Pearson Professional test centers visit https://www.pearson.com/us/

What does the test center look like?

A Pearson Professional Center will include individual testing areas for each test taker with a separation screen between each test-taker.

Where are the test centers in Frankfurt?

This is the top location where test-takers generally had the best experience:

Pearson Professional Centers-Frankfurt, GermanyGMAT test center in frankfurt

Savignystrasse 43
60325 Frankfurt
Germany

By car:

From Central Frankfurt (9 minutes):

  • Drive along Bethmannstraße and Kornmarkt
  • Follow Theatertunnel, Gutleutstraße and B44 to Karlstraße
  • Slight right onto Karlstraße
  • Take Friedrich-Ebert-Anlage/B44 to Rheinstraße
  • Take Beethovenstraße to Savignystraße
  • Turn right onto Savignystraße
  • Destination will be on the right

Test-takers’ review:

There are no test takers reviews to report about this test center at this time. 

Test Center Holidays:

The most popular times for GMAT preparation and test-taking are during the holiday seasons. Be mindful of dates that you will not be able to take the GMAT or EA at any of the test centers mentioned above. Pearson test centers are closed during the following dates:

  • 1 Jan- New Year’s Day
  • 6 Jan- Three Kings’ Day
  • 24 Feb- Fasching
  • 8 Mar- International Women’s Day
  • 10 Apr- Good Friday
  • 12 Apr- Easter Sunday
  • 13 Apr- Easter Monday
  • 1 May- Labour Day
  • 8 May- Victory in Europe Day
  • 10 May- Mother’s Day
  • 21 May- Ascension Day
  • 21 May- Father’s DAy
  • 1 Jun- Whit Monday
  • 11 Jun- Corpus Christi
  • 15 Aug- Assumption Day
  • 20 Sep- World Children’s Day
  • 3 Oct- German Unity Day
  • 31 Oct- Reformation Day
  • 1 Nov- All Saints Day
  • 18 Nov- Repentance Day
  • 25 Dec- Christmas
  • 26 Dec- St. Stephen’s Day

Top MBA programs in Frankfurt:

Frankfurt School of Finance and Management.

Tips:

  • During the test there will not be complete silence – you will be able to hear noise from other test takers so it is best to prepare for this by studying for the exam in similar scenarios. This can prepare you for any distractions (such as coughing, sneezing, or computer clicking sounds) that might occur while taking your exam.
  • Try to spend some time actually prepping in the lobby of the test center weeks/days in advance of your exam date. Since the place will be familiar to you come test day this can help curb test anxiety should you have any.
  • Here is a helpful test day planning guide: Link to guide
  • Find a test day checklist here: link to checklist

Test Day FAQs

Here are the top 5 questions that clients ask us about exam day information:

  • Are you allowed to listen to music while taking the GMAT exam?

You are not allowed to listen to music while taking the GMAT exam and you are not allowed to wear earphones as well.

  • What should I do if I fall sick on the exam day?

If you do not feel well come exam day you will have to make the decision as to whether or not you can take the test and perform at your best. Most people will not be able to do this so it will be best to cancel it. If you do so on the day of the exam you will incur a loss of your full $250 exam fee. If you cancel the exam 7 days in advance you will be charged a penalty of $50. If it is the first time that you will sit the exam and you are up for sitting through a 4 hour test, this may be a good opportunity to experience the test as you have the ability to cancel the score right afterwards if you are unhappy with it. Ultimately, it is best to take the GMAT when you are feeling your best as this will result in your optimum test performance.

  • What can I bring with me to the test center?

You are allowed in the test center with the following:

  • GMAT approved identification
  • Appointment confirmation letter or email you received from Pearson VUE
  • Prescription eyeglasses
  • Light sweater or light non-outerwear jacket
  • Comfort items only if they were pre-approved as an accommodation received in advance

Any additional personal belongings that you bring with you such as your cell phone, bag, snacks, and earphones will need to be stored in one of the provided lockers. You may eat your snack during the breaks. Any cell phone use throughout the test time (including breaks) is prohibited.

The test center will provide you with everything that you need in order to take the test including scratch paper and a pencil.

  • Should I wear a mask during the exam?

At the test centers above they strongly recommend that you wear a face mask or some type of face-covering in the test center and for the duration of your test to protect yourself and others. Test centers do not provide face masks for candidates.

Please note that if you have any flu-like symptoms upon arrival at the test center, you may be requested to reschedule your exam for another time when you are in full health.

  • What can I expect at the test center?

A usual test center is typically quite small. Once you arrive you will have to provide the administrator with the relevant documents and while these are being processed you will be asked to wait in the waiting area. In this area, you can still access all your personal belongings up until you are called into the testing room.

Once in the room, you will be allocated an individual exam station where you will find a computer.

For any questions or comments please reach out to us at www.apexgmat.com.
To speak to an Apex instructor about your GMAT prep, schedule a call HERE.

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GMAT in San Diego Article
Posted on
13
May 2021

Taking the GMAT Exam in San Diego

Table of Contents:

  1. Who administers the GMAT test?
  2. What does the test center look like?
  3. Where are the test centers located?
  4. Test center holidays
  5. Top MBA programs in the area
  6. Tips
  7. Test Day FAQs

About ¾ of the way through your extensive GMAT prep you should begin to start planning your test day, including scheduling the test, preparing your trip to the test center, and even pre-visiting the test center so that you know exactly where it is. This guide is here to offer you all the required information related to taking the GMAT in San Diego. 

Who administers the GMAT test?

Pearson Professional Centers – administers the GMAT and EA exam on behalf of the GMAC. To find out more about the Pearson Professional test centers visit https://www.pearson.com/us/

What does the test center look like?

A Pearson Professional Center will include individual testing areas for each test taker with a separation screen between each test-taker.

Where are the test centers in San Diego?

These are the 2 top locations where test-takers generally had the best experience:

Pearson Professional Centers-San Diego CAgmat test center san diego camino del rio

3838 Camino Del Rio N
Suite 205
San Diego, California 92108
United States

By car:

From Central Avenue (7 minutes):

  • Get on CA-15/I-15 N
  • Follow CA-15/I-15 N and Exit 6B to Fairmount Ave. Take exit 6B from CA-15/I-15 N
  • Take Camino Del Rio N to your destination

Test-takers’ review:

This location got a rating of 3.4 from the test-takers. They generally thought the facilities were clean and the staff was friendly.

Pearson Professional Centers-San Diego (Kearny) CAgmat test center san diego chesapeake dr

9150 Chesapeake Dr
Suite 100
Kearny Villa Commerce Center
San Diego, California 92123
United States

By car:

From Central Avenue (10 minutes):

  • Get on CA-15/I-15 N
  • Continue on I-15 N to Kearny Villa Rd. Take exit 11 from I-15 N
  • Continue on Kearny Villa Rd. Drive to Chesapeake Dr

Test-takers’ reviews:

This location got a rating of 5.0 from the test-takers. They generally had a great experience and thought that the customer service was awesome and the facilities were clean.

Test Center Holidays:

The most popular times for GMAT preparation and test-taking are during the holiday seasons. Be mindful of dates that you will not be able to take the GMAT or EA at any of the test centers mentioned above. Pearson test centers are closed during the following dates:

  • 1 Jan – New Year’s Day 
  • 2 Apr – Good Friday   
  • 5 Apr – Easter Monday 
  • 3 May – May Day 
  • 31 May – Late May Bank Holiday   
  • 30 Aug – August Bank Holiday
  • 25 Dec – Christmas Day
  • 26 Dec – Boxing Day 
  • 27 Dec – Christmas Holiday
  • 28 Dec – Boxing Day Holiday 

Top MBA programs in San Diego:

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GMAT in Zurich Article
Posted on
11
May 2021

Taking the GMAT Exam in Zurich

Table of Contents:

  1. Who administers the GMAT test?
  2. What does the test center look like?
  3. Where are the test centers located?
  4. Test center holidays
  5. Top MBA programs in the area
  6. Tips
  7. Test Day FAQs

About ¾ of the way through your extensive GMAT prep you should begin to start planning your test day, including scheduling the test, preparing your trip to the test center, and even pre-visiting the test center so that you know exactly where it is. This guide is here to offer you all the required information related to taking the GMAT in Zurich

Who administers the GMAT test?

Pearson Professional Centers – administers the GMAT and EA exam on behalf of the GMAC. To find out more about the Pearson Professional test centers visit https://www.pearson.com/us/

What does the test center look like?

A Pearson Professional Center will include individual testing areas for each test taker with a separation screen between each test-taker.

Where are the test centers in Zurich?

This is the top location where test-takers generally had the best experience:

Helidux Academygmat test center in zurich

Alderstrasse 40
8008 Zurich
Switzerland

By car:

From Downtown Zurich (9 minutes):

  • Take Kirchgasse and Hirschengraben to Rämistrasse/Route 17
  • Follow Route 17 to Hornbachstrasse in Kreis 8
  • Continue on Hornbachstrasse. Drive to Alderstrasse

Test-takers’ review:

This test center was rated 1.8 by Google reviewers. The test-takers did not have a good experience as they mentioned that the facility was loud and the walls were not soundproof, which made it difficult for them to concentrate.

Test Center Holidays:

The most popular times for GMAT preparation and test-taking are during the holiday seasons. Be mindful of dates that you will not be able to take the GMAT or EA at any of the test centers mentioned above. Pearson test centers are closed during the following dates:

  • 1 Jan – New Year’s Day 
  • 2 Jan – Berchtoids Day
  • 6 Jan – Three King’s Day
  • 1 Mar – Republic Day
  • 19 Mar – St. Joseph’s Day
  • 2 Apr – Nafelser Fahrt
  • 10 Apr – Good Friday
  • 13 Apr – Easter Monday 
  • 1 May – May Day 
  • 10 May- Mother’s Day
  • 21 May – Ascension Day
  • 1 Jun – Whit Monday
  • 7 Jun – Father’s Day
  • 11 Jun – Corpus Christi
  • 23 Jun – Fete d’Independance
  • 29 Jun – Saint Peter and Saint Paul
  • 1 Aug – National Day
  • 15 Aug – Assumption Day
  • 10 Sep – Jeune genevois
  • 14 Sep – Knabenschiessen
  • 20 Sep- Swiss Federal Fast
  • 21 Sep – Bettagsmontag
  • 25 Sep – Saint Nicholas of Flue
  • 8 Dec – Immaculate Conception Day
  • 25 Dec – Christmas Day
  • 26 Dec – St. Stephen’s Day 
  • 28 Dec – Restoration Day

Top MBA programs in Zurich:

Please read this article to find a review of top MBA programs in Switzerland.

Tips:

  • During the test there will not be complete silence – you will be able to hear noise from other test takers so it is best to prepare for this by studying for the exam in similar scenarios. This can prepare you for any distractions (such as coughing, sneezing, or computer clicking sounds) that might occur while taking your exam.
  • Try to spend some time actually prepping in the lobby of the test center weeks/days in advance of your exam date. Since the place will be familiar to you come test day this can help curb test anxiety should you have any.
  • Here is a helpful test day planning guide: Link to guide
  • Find a test day checklist here: link to checklist

Test Day FAQs

Here are the top 5 questions that clients ask us about exam day information:

  • Are you allowed to listen to music while taking the GMAT exam?

You are not allowed to listen to music while taking the GMAT exam and you are not allowed to wear earphones as well.

  • What should I do if I fall sick on the exam day?

If you do not feel well come exam day you will have to make the decision as to whether or not you can take the test and perform at your best. Most people will not be able to do this so it will be best to cancel it. If you do so on the day of the exam you will incur a loss of your full $250 exam fee. If you cancel the exam 7 days in advance you will be charged a penalty of $50. If it is the first time that you will sit the exam and you are up for sitting through a 4 hour test, this may be a good opportunity to experience the test as you have the ability to cancel the score right afterwards if you are unhappy with it. Ultimately, it is best to take the GMAT when you are feeling your best as this will result in your optimum test performance.

  • What can I bring with me to the test center?

You are allowed in the test center with the following:

  • GMAT approved identification
  • Appointment confirmation letter or email you received from Pearson VUE
  • Prescription eyeglasses
  • Light sweater or light non-outerwear jacket
  • Comfort items only if they were pre-approved as an accommodation received in advance

Any additional personal belongings that you bring with you such as your cell phone, bag, snacks, and earphones will need to be stored in one of the provided lockers. You may eat your snack during the breaks. Any cell phone use throughout the test time (including breaks) is prohibited.

The test center will provide you with everything that you need in order to take the test including scratch paper and a pencil.

  • Should I wear a mask during the exam?

At the test centers above they strongly recommend that you wear a face mask or some type of face-covering in the test center and for the duration of your test to protect yourself and others. Test centers do not provide face masks for candidates.

Please note that if you have any flu-like symptoms upon arrival at the test center, you may be requested to reschedule your exam for another time when you are in full health.

  • What can I expect at the test center?

A usual test center is typically quite small. Once you arrive you will have to provide the administrator with the relevant documents and while these are being processed you will be asked to wait in the waiting area. In this area, you can still access all your personal belongings up until you are called into the testing room.

Once in the room, you will be allocated an individual exam station where you will find a computer.

For any questions or comments please reach out to us at www.apexgmat.com.
To speak to an Apex instructor about your GMAT prep, schedule a call HERE.

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Taking the GMAT in Sydney
Posted on
06
May 2021

Taking the GMAT Exam in Sydney

Table of Contents:

  1. Who administers the GMAT test?
  2. What does the test center look like?
  3. Where are the test centers located?
  4. Test center holidays
  5. Top MBA programs in the area
  6. Tips
  7. Test Day FAQs

About ¾ of the way through your extensive GMAT prep you should begin to start planning your test day, including scheduling the test, preparing your trip to the test center, and even pre-visiting the test center so that you know exactly where it is. This guide is here to offer you all the required information related to taking the GMAT in Sydney. 

Who administers the GMAT test?

Pearson Professional Centers – administers the GMAT and EA exam on behalf of the GMAC. To find out more about the Pearson Professional test centers visit https://www.pearson.com/us/

What does the test center look like?

A Pearson Professional Center will include individual testing areas for each test taker with a separation screen between each test-taker.

Where are the test centers in Sydney?

This is the top location where test-takers generally had the best experience:

Pearson Professional Centers-Sydney, AustraliaGMAT in Sydney Location

Level 2, 10 Bridge Street,
Sydney,
New South Wales, 2000
Australia

By car:

From Park Hyatt (4 minutes):

  • Head west on Hickson Rd toward George St
  • Turn left onto George St
  • Turn left onto Dalley St

Test-takers’ review:

This location was rated 2.8 by the test-takers. They had mixed feelings about this location as some mentioned that the staff was polite and friendly, while while others thought they were rude and unprofessional.

Test Center Holidays:

The most popular times for GMAT preparation and test-taking are during the holiday seasons. Be mindful of dates that you will not be able to take the GMAT or EA at any of the test centers mentioned above. Pearson test centers are closed during the following dates:

  • 1 Jan – New Year’s Day
  • 27 Jan – Australia Day
  • 10 Apr – Good Friday
  • 11 Apr – Holy Saturday
  • 12 Apr – Easter Sunday
  • 13 Apr – Easter Monday
  • 25 Apr – Anzac Day
  • 8 Jun – Queen’s Birthday
  • 5 Oct – Labour Day
  • 25 Dec – Christmas Day
  • 28 Dec – Boxing Day

Top MBA programs in Sydney:

Tips:

  • During the test there will not be complete silence – you will be able to hear noise from other test takers so it is best to prepare for this by studying for the exam in similar scenarios. This can prepare you for any distractions (such as coughing, sneezing, or computer clicking sounds) that might occur while taking your exam.
  • Try to spend some time actually prepping in the lobby of the test center weeks/days in advance of your exam date. Since the place will be familiar to you come test day this can help curb test anxiety should you have any.
  • Here is a helpful test day planning guide: Link to guide
  • Find a test day checklist here: link to checklist

Test Day FAQs

Here are the top 5 questions that clients ask us about exam day information:

  • Are you allowed to listen to music while taking the GMAT exam?

You are not allowed to listen to music while taking the GMAT exam and you are not allowed to wear earphones as well.

  • What should I do if I fall sick on the exam day?

If you do not feel well come exam day you will have to make the decision as to whether or not you can take the test and perform at your best. Most people will not be able to do this so it will be best to cancel it. If you do so on the day of the exam you will incur a loss of your full $250 exam fee. If you cancel the exam 7 days in advance you will be charged a penalty of $50. If it is the first time that you will sit the exam and you are up for sitting through a 4 hour test, this may be a good opportunity to experience the test as you have the ability to cancel the score right afterwards if you are unhappy with it. Ultimately, it is best to take the GMAT when you are feeling your best as this will result in your optimum test performance.

  • What can I bring with me to the test center?

You are allowed in the test center with the following:

  • GMAT approved identification
  • Appointment confirmation letter or email you received from Pearson VUE
  • Prescription eyeglasses
  • Light sweater or light non-outerwear jacket
  • Comfort items only if they were pre-approved as an accommodation received in advance

Any additional personal belongings that you bring with you such as your cell phone, bag, snacks, and earphones will need to be stored in one of the provided lockers. You may eat your snack during the breaks. Any cell phone use throughout the test time (including breaks) is prohibited.

The test center will provide you with everything that you need in order to take the test including scratch paper and a pencil.

  • Should I wear a mask during the exam?

At the test centers above they strongly recommend that you wear a face mask or some type of face-covering in the test center and for the duration of your test to protect yourself and others. Test centers do not provide face masks for candidates.

Please note that if you have any flu-like symptoms upon arrival at the test center, you may be requested to reschedule your exam for another time when you are in full health.

  • What can I expect at the test center?

A usual test center is typically quite small. Once you arrive you will have to provide the administrator with the relevant documents and while these are being processed you will be asked to wait in the waiting area. In this area, you can still access all your personal belongings up until you are called into the testing room.

Once in the room, you will be allocated an individual exam station where you will find a computer.

For any questions or comments please reach out to us at www.apexgmat.com.
To speak to an Apex instructor about your GMAT prep, schedule a call HERE.

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top mba programs in hong kong
Posted on
15
Apr 2021

Top MBA Programs in Hong Kong

By: Apex GMAT
Contributor: Dana Coggio
Date: 15th April 2021

HKUST Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Business School

hkust

HKUST was founded in 1991 and offers a top-tier MBA program. It defines itself using its unique East-West education ethos and is the leading Business School in the region. Your MBA journey at HKUST begins with pre-MBA accelerator courses. HKUST ties in academic, practical and professional experience during your studies. During your studies you also have access to international exchange programmes at top-tier Universities in North America, Europe and Asia. 

  • Top 20 MBA Program in the world for 13 consecutive years 
  • Number 1 EMBA Program in the world according to the Financial Times
  • Duration: 12 or 16 Months
  • Number of credits: 52 credits
  • Tuition: $585,000 HKD
  • Average GMAT 570-710 
  • Accreditations: AACSB, EQUIS
  • Language: English
  • Diversity: 90% non-local make-up

The University of Hong Kong – HKU Business School

HKU Business School

Offering both a full and part-time MBA program, HKU gives students the chance to pick between three different tracks (London, New York, Hong Kong/China). For students interested in the London or New York track they have access to their vast alumni, student and corporate networks. The Hong Kong/China track has the opportunity for students to spend 3 months studying at Fudan University. HKU prides itself on its Asia-Pacific and Chinese focus which allows students an opportunity to shape themselves into becoming successful regional and international leaders. 

  • Number 1 in Hong Kong
  • Ranked 18th in the world 2020 (according to the P&Q list) 
  • Number 1 in Asia from 2019 – 2018
  • Ranked 20 for EMBA
  • Tuition Fee: $588,000 HKD
  • Accreditations: AACSB, EQUIS
  • Offers: Full-time, Part-time, EMBA
  • Average GMAT score: 670
  • Average GRE score: 295

The Chinese University of Hong Kong – CUHK Business School

chinese university of hong kong

CUHK Business School boasts the very first MBA program in Hong Kong and Asia’s 50+ year history. It is located on the largest campus in Hong Kong and has over 40,000 Business School Alumni and 7,000 MBA alumni worldwide. CUHK offers a wide array of student clubs which give students experiences that range from executive seminars to study tours. 

  • Ranked number 50 according to the Financial Times 
  • Accreditations: AACSB, EQUIS, AMBA
  • Duration: 12 Months
  • Language: English
  • Tuition Fee: $435,000 HKD
  • Average GMAT score: 620
  • Offers: Full-Time, Part-Time and EMBA programs

City University of Hong Kong

city university of hong kong

City U offers accelerated MBA programs with flexible extensions which allows for deeper studies into further concentration areas (Accounting, Finance, Information Management). City U also boasts wider learning opportunities with overseas partnerships such as UC Berkeley, Silicon Valley and Imperial College London. Outstanding applicants to the programme could qualify for generous scholarships to help with tuition fees. 

  • Ranked within the top 100 according to Financial Times 2020
  • Ranked 14th in Asia according to Global MBA Rankings 2020
  • Language: English
  • Duration: 1-2 years for Full-Time Program. 

1-3 years for Part-Time study. 

  • Offers: Full-time, Part-time, EMBA Programs 
  • Tuition Fee: $10,200 HKD per credit for Full-Time
  • Average GMAT Score: 625

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University – Faculty of Business

hong kong polytechnic university

From a Doctor of Financial Technology to a Master of Business Administration, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University – Faculty of Business offers a wide range of programs to suit any aspiring business student’s need. Founded over 30 years ago the MBA program allows students to complete the program in 1 year. Specializations are also available, and students can pick from Aviation, Fashion, or Innovation and Design. 

  • Accredited: AACSB, EQUIS
  • Offers: Part-time and Full-time programs available 
  • Duration: 12 months for the Full-Time Program
  • Average GMAT score: 550
  • Tuition Fees: $120,000 HKD (International students)
    $42,100 HKD (Domestic students)

Where to take the GMAT in Hong Kong 

There are three GMAT test centres located within or near the Hong Kong region. Their addresses are listed below: 

Welkin Systems Limited
Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, China
Mongkok
3/F Righteous Centre,
585 Nathan Road, Monkok,
Located near Cherry Street Park up near the north western corner of the city. 

Pearson Professional Centers-Hong Kong
Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, China
Hong Kong
Wan Chai
139 Hennessy Road, Wanchai
Office B, 18/F, China Overseas Building,
9999999
Located on Hong Kong Island. 

NEEA-Shenzhen SEG Training Center
Guangdong
Shenzhen
11/F., West Section,
Bldg.4, SEG Science & Technology Park,
North Huaqiang Road,
518028
Located directly outside of the city limits. 

Reasons to do your MBA in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a central hub for business, technology and finance. Not only does it play a key role in these areas in Asia, but it also has grown into a central player in the international field. Boasting a multitude of international students, Hong Kong MBA programmes offer students the chance to study in a multinational and diverse city that has begun to challenge even some top-tier western financial centres. In addition, working, studying and living in Hong Kong puts individuals in close proximity to other up and coming Asian centres such as Singapore, Japan, and Shanghai. 

If you are looking for private one-on-one GMAT tutoring with a 770+ scoring tutor in Hong Kong, Apex is here to help you. We are able to accommodate you both in-person and online, based on your needs and preferences. Click here to find out more.

Now that you know your the top MBA programs in Hong Kong, look over these other locations with great MBA programs next:

MBA Programs in Dubai
MBA Programs in Switzerland
MBA Programs in Singapore

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top mba programs in singapore
Posted on
13
Apr 2021

Top MBA Programs in Singapore

By: Apex GMAT
Contributor: Uerda Muca
Date: 13th April 2021

A young but very innovation-oriented and wealthy country, Singapore is an exceptional destination for your MBA studies. Located in Southeast Asia, Singapore is home to numerous well-known business schools that offer both MBA programs, including full-time and part-time options, as well as Executive MBA programs. And if you’re interested in doing an MBA concentration? Well, that’s not a problem. Most business schools in Singapore give students the opportunity to pursue an MBA concentration in areas like Finance, Healthcare Management, Marketing, Management, and many more. Being a significantly expensive country may make you worry about the costs when in fact you shouldn’t. Just like in many other countries, almost every university in Singapore offers options for grants, scholarships, and fellowship opportunities that can help you finance your studies. We have compiled a  list of some of the best domestic and international MBA programs in Singapore to assist you on your journey to find the perfect MBA program. 

MBA Programs on Offer in the Country

INSEAD (Singapore Campus)

insead singapore

INSEAD is one of the world’s leading and largest graduate business schools with locations in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and North America. Their Singapore campus is known to be one of the leading business universities in Asia. Also, the university is popular for its variety of master’s programs.  

  • Ranked number 4 on the Financial Times Global MBA Ranking (2020) 
  • 92% of graduate students are employed after 3 months of graduation 
  • Duration: 10 Months
  • Class profile: 88 nationalities 
  • Work experience: An average of 5.6 years of average work experience
  • Tuition fees: €89,000, scholarships available
  • GMAT Range: 670-750
  • Accepted tests: GMAT and GRE
  • Accreditations: AMBA, AACSB, EQUIS
  • Language: English

National University of Singapore 

national university of singapore mba program

As Singapore’s flagship university, the National University of Singapore offers a unique experience in terms of the global approach to education that is focused on the Asian perspective. NUS is committed to quality education, influential research, and visionary enterprise. With an MBA curriculum that merges East and West, students will be able to integrate Western business models and concepts of leadership from an Asian point of view. As per the expansion of the international network, NUS offers some options as overseas student exchanges, student-led study trips, business case competitions, and other initiatives. 

  • Ranked number 15 on the Financial Times Global MBA Ranking (2020) 
  • Ranked number 1 MBA among Singapore universities (2020)
  • Waivers are granted on an exceptional basis, typically to applicants with 10 years or more of work experience, a strong academic track record, and excellent interview scores.
  • Duration: 17 months 
  • Class profile: 90% international students representing 28 nationalities.
  • Work experience: A minimum of two years of full-time post-undergraduate work experience
  • Tuition fees: SGD 65,000 (exclusive of GST) payable over 2 semesters
  • Average GMAT score: 670
  • Accepted tests: GMAT, GRE, and EA (for part-time MBA applicants with 7 or more years of work experience)
  • Accreditations: AACSB, EQUIS
  • Language: English

Nanyang Technological University

nanyang technology university mba

Most universities in Singapore have academic partnerships with overseas institutions. In the case of Nanyang Technological University, it offers its students exchange and summer programs with one of 60 partner universities worldwide from which we can mention the University of British Columbia, Kings College London, the University of Edinburgh, and Boston University. 

To top it off, NTU is known for its dazzling campus which is considered one of the most beautiful campuses in the world. 

  • Ranked number 35 on the Financial Times Global MBA Ranking (2020) 
  • Duration (full-time MBA): 12 months, 3 ​trimesters
  • Class Profile: 80-100 students representing 20 countries, 
  • Work experience: 6 years 
  • Tuition fees: $62,000 SGD
  • Average GMAT score: 660
  • Accepted tests: GMAT and GRE
  • Accreditations: EQUIS and AACSB
  • Language: English

Singapore Management University: Lee Kong Chian School of Business

Singapore management university

Singapore Management University is a dynamic Asian business school that offers several programs to its students: undergraduate, master’s (including MBA and EMBA), and doctoral programmes. It is also affiliated with a number of research centers such as the Institute of Service Excellence and the Centre for Marketing Excellence. Besides the updated curriculum, internships, and job placement opportunities, SMU provides interactive seminar-style pedagogy, modeled after the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, so students can strengthen their communication and presentation skills.

  • Ranked number 63 on the Financial Times Global MBA Ranking (2020) 
  • Duration: 15 months, with the possibility to complete in 10 months (Jan Intake)
  • Class profile: 65% International Students (Full-time & Part-time)
  • Work experience: An average of 5-7 years of work experience.
  • Tuition fees: $67,410 SGD (Inclusive of GST)
  • Average GMAT score: 660
  • Accepted tests: GMAT, GRE, SMU Admissions Test (accepted for Part-time intake)
  • Accreditations: AACSB, EQUIS, and AMBA
  • Language: English 

Where to take the GMAT in Singapore?

gmat test centers in singapore

There are two GMAT Test Centers in Singapore:

NTUC LearningHub Pte Ltd
NTUC Trade Union House
73 Bras Basah Road
Level 3, Room 3J
Singapore 189556

 

Pearson Professional Centers-Singapore
51 Cuppage Road
#05-02/03/04
Singapore 229469

Life in Singapore

Besides being the home of some universities that are among the best in the world, Singapore has a reputation for being a safe, clean, and multicultural country. The cost of living, as mentioned before, is significantly high. As per the weather, it is hot year-round; so if you’re a fan of hot weather, Singapore is your destination. Also, the unique blend of Western and Asian cultures makes this country an amazing place to live in, especially if you’re a foreigner.

If you want to know more about how life in Singapore is, then you can check one of our client’s testimonials where she shares her first-hand experience. 

If you are looking for private one-on-one GMAT tutoring with a 770+ scoring tutor in Singapore, Apex is here to help you. We are able to accommodate you both in-person and online, based on your needs and preferences. Click here to find out more.

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