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Looking for GMAT tutor

by GeneralEducation » Tue May 21, 2019 4:16 am
General Education, a leading admissions and test prep company is looking for GMAT instructors for both verbal and quant section. This will be a contract-based arrangement and will have flexible timings. Mode of delivery is online. Please get in touch at +91-9035050056 or send your profile to [email protected] if you think you have the credentials to join our team as a GMAT instructor.
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by Inventing Minds » Wed Jul 24, 2019 7:05 pm
Rather than going to a GMAT institute and paying hefty fees (which includes 18% GST), my suggestion to you is to take online GMAT training from any freelance trainer.
The advantages are many -
1. Many of these freelance trainers may also be teaching at some of these well-known institutes. So you get experienced faculty at one-fourth the cost and no 18% GST.
2. You save time - don't have to commute - and above all flexibility of timings from the comforts of your home.
3. Get actual and individualized learning without the flab of any brand name.
4. A GMAT score of 700 is good enough to apply to top universities - a score of 780 or 750 won't make much of a difference to your acceptance chances - so don't get unnecessarily focused on a very high GMAT score.
5. You should devote more time and effort on building your profile - that is the most important criterion - try to portray yourself with the following attributes -
An out of the box thinker with the drive and passion to come up with unique ideas.
How you have made great difference to your work place with outstanding ideas.
Have A New Vision before you post-MBA to create a disruption in any field and emerge as a trendsetter.
Strong extra-curriculars, with interests in diverse areas.
Have an open mind and knowledge of multiple sectors and industries.
Ambitious, yet realistic.
BY - RITUPARNA ROY CHOWDHURY
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