Feeling rushed on the GMAT?
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Don’t let timing issues keep you from scoring 700+ on the GMAT!
Are your GMAT practice test scores stuck in the 600s? Are you worried that you will never get the 700+ GMAT score that you know that you are capable of? In working with one-on-one tutoring students who are scoring in the 600s, I have often found that the key to breaking through the 700-point barrier is an effective GMAT timing strategy.
If you are feeling rushed on the GMAT, you are not alone.
The GMAT is designed so that the vast majority of test-takers don’t have the time to work through every question. I know that this can feel difficult and overwhelming to deal with, especially when you’re not seeing progress towards the GMAT score that your business school dreams depend on.
Will you be one of the few who cracks the GMAT timing code?
I hope that your answer is “Yes!”, because I know that you can implement an effective GMAT timing strategy, and I want to help. In my GMAT Timing Strategy Guide, I share the strategies that I have developed in working one-on-one with students like you who were struggling with managing their time on the GMAT. Instead of feeling at the mercy of the GMAT clock, you will learn strategies that will put you in control of deciding how you use your time to maximize your score on the GMAT.
GMAT timing challenges are about more than just the GMAT.
To me, achieving a 700+ GMAT score is just the tip of the iceberg. What I really want is for you to gain skills that help you not only on the GMAT, but also in your career and life going forward. This is an opportunity for you to look at how you make decisions about using your time and resources, and to hone your ability to make choices that produce the best outcomes for you, the people you care about, and any organizations that you work with.
I hope that you will take the next step by downloading my GMAT Timing Strategy Guide!