The GMAT consists of 4 sections, namely Analytical Writing Assesement, Integrated reasoning, Quantitative and Verbal section. The quantitative and verbal sections are adaptive, which means the questions get harder after giving more and more right answers. Also, there is a tight time constraint for individual questions. The test itself is held at a location in the Netherlands.
There are four options:
- Online – Schedule your exam on mba.com. Create an account and log in, and follow the homepage link. It’s easy and fast.
- Phone – Call GMAT Customer Service in your region. You may be charged an additional service fee of US$10.
- Postal mail – Complete the form on mba.com and mail with your payment information. If you pay by check or money order, this is your only option.
- Fax – Complete the form on mba.com and fax to the number shown.
You can take the test throughout the whole year in Amsterdam and Utrecht (two locations). To book a test you need to register on mba.com. As soon as you are registered you can choose a test date and a test location.
- Global Knowledge, Q-port Building, Kingsfordweg 43, 1043 GP Amsterdam.
This location is easily reached by public transport: it is a 5-minute walk from station Sloterdijk.
- Compu’Train, Daltonlaan 700, 3584 BK Utrecht.
From Utrecht Centraal Station, take bus 11 to Uithof and get off at stop Rijnsweerd-Zuid (10 mins).
GMAT advises you to come well prepared to your test. Experience shows that most participants spend a substantial amount of time preparing for the test. If you come without or with limited preparation, chances are you will achieve less good results than your peers.
This course will help you understand and deal with the GMAT type problems and questions. It is an efficient and effective way to achieve a higher score on your GMAT test. We advise you to also prepare by yourself at home.
You need a GMAT to get accepted into certain master-, premaster or MBA-programmes. Depending on which university or study you are trying to get into, you need to achieve a certain score for the GMAT exam.
Every time you take the GMAT exam, you will have to pay $250. After the exam, you can choose to send your Official GMAT Score Report to up to five programmes of your choice for free (choose wisely, because once you’ve made your selection, it is irreversible). However, you can purchase additional score reports for $28 each. There also is an Enhanced Score Report available to purchase for $24,95. This report will give you more insight in your strengths and weaknesses during the exam. If you have to do a resit, this can help you choose a new strategy.
GMAT is short for Graduate Management Admission Test. As it already says in the name, this test serves as an admission to certain business school- or university programmes.
Once every 16 calendar days you are allowed to take the GMAT exam. However, GMAC has set more limits for the amount of times one can take the GMAT. The exam can be taken a maximum of five times per year and up to eight times in total.
The score you achieve on the GMAT exam will remain valid for five years, but the score will be available up to ten years for reporting. Please note that there are some institutions out there that maintain their own standard of validity. So, it is wise to look at the details when choosing a (pre) master or MBA.
GMAC is the Graduate Management Admission Council (global, non-profit), which is the owner and administrator of the GMAT exam. Besides this, GMAC also provides market intelligence, research and development opportunities.
There is no specific answer for this question, since it depends on what score you are aiming to achieve and how much time you have left until the exam. When taking a GMAT, we advice to start somewhere between four and ten weeks before the exam. Besides following our courses, we’d recommend that you spend about 16 hours per week on self-study.
We offer a discount for students. To apply for this student discount you need to have proof that you are indeed enrolled to a Dutch university, academy or graduate school.
Courses in Rotterdam are given at the Erasmus University. Courses in Amsterdam are given either at the University of Amsterdam (Roeterseilandcomplex) or at the StudyTree Office. In the confirmation email, which you will receive three or four days prior to the start of your course, you’ll be notified of the location and the room number.
Transport is your own responsibility. We like to include a map in our confirmation mail with the details of the location.
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We only offer courses for the quantitative and the vebal section, as those are the two main criteria determining your final score.
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