Founded in 2006 by a team of veteran GMAT trainers and MBA graduates from all over the world, Prep Zone Academy is Singapore’s #1 GMAT preparation & MBA admissions consulting team. With our unique unlimited course structure, flexible schedules, tried-and-true GMAT prep methodology, we have helped many students ace the GMAT every year.
If you need to get a high GMAT score and get into the world’s top MBA programs, we are here for you.
The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a globally recognised, computer-based, standardised test used by over 6,000 business school programmes (MBA, EMBA, MiM, MFin, PhD, etc.) across the globe as a part of their selection criteria.
Thus, for any aspiring business school candidates, having a competitive GMAT score is imperative to a successful application.
If you are new to the GMAT and don’t know where to start, we recommend you to attend our 100% free (no obligations) GMAT Starter’s Guide Seminar which will give you a holistic understanding of the test’s format and its requirements. Additionally, you can consider taking a free GMAT Diagnostic Test, which will give you a gauge of your current performance level and weak areas.
For the more advanced students who are facing specific problems, such as getting stuck at a certain score ceiling, or want to target certain top MBA programmes, schedule a free 1-on-1 Consultation instead so a GMAT/MBA consultant can assist you.
GMAT & MBA Intro Seminar
The Perfect Starter’s Guide To The GMAT
Free 2-hour seminar, topics include:
Overview of The GMAT Test Format
Specific GMAT Question Types
Best GMAT Preparation Practices
GMAT & MBA Overview
GMAT Diagnostic Test
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Specific Tactics To Achieve Your Target GMAT Score
The GMAT is broken into several sections: Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA), Verbal Reasoning (VR), Quantitative Reasoning (QR), and Integrated Reasoning (IR). This article will explain the differences between QR and…