FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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Have you taken the exam but your score didn’t meet your expectations?

No worries, we can help with that plus, the good news is the GMAT and GRE can be taken up to 5 times a year and 8 times total.

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Can you guarantee I will achieve the score I’m looking for?

We can guarantee the best training, so you can better utilize your skills when taking the exam.

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What score do I need to be accepted to the graduate program of my dreams?

The score you need to get into a postgraduate programme really depends on the school. Usually, you can find the average score of applicants at your chosen institution by looking at the school´s website. You can also try to call the school´s admissions office to learn more.

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What should I do to be admitted to the school of my dreams?

Try to excel on all parts of your application. We suggest students consider more than one school. There are plenty of prestigious schools. You just need to spend a little more time finding the programmes that meet your goals.

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Is worth studding in North America or in Europe?

There are very prestigious graduate schools in both. The correct approach would be to pick schools which match your individual profile. The starting point is to know the sphere of specialization you want to follow, were you would like to live, what lifestyle do you like and what are your main goals.

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How can I pay for my graduate school programme?

There are multiple ways to get scholarships and student loans at very low rates.

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How old should I be?

Rather than age itself, it is how age, skills and work experience fit in your professional records.

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Should I quit my job?

No, you can prepare for your exam without having to quit your job.

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Do I need to go into a top 10 university to be successful?

You can get a good job attending the top 40 universities in the world.

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If I get a good test score, will I get accepted to the school of my dreams?

Your test score is only one part of the application, acceptance committees will evaluate all aspects of your application.

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Do I need to be an engineer or an economist to get a good score?

Everything can be learned. All you need to be successful is commitment and accountability when it comes to studying. Mathematics is only one section of the exams; they will evaluate many skills, including the quantitative section.

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When should I send in my application?

For most universities the application deadlines are the same if you apply for first or on second round.

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When should I take the TOEFL or IELTS?

The GMAT and the GRE English level required is more advanced than the TOEFL and of the IELTS.  We suggest you take it once you complete the first stage. What is really important is that you check the availability to book the test date you prefer.  Or of your preference.

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How many times should I take the test?

You should take it as many times as needed until you achieve your target score. Graduate schools don’t take into account how many times you have taken the exam, they only care about the highest score achieved. They don’t take an average of your test scores.

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What are the requirements of my chosen programmes?

The best way to learn about the requirements of your chosen programs is to visit their websites. A program’s website will have information about deadlines, required tests and any additional information you may need.