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Why is nativespeakers.ch the best option for your GMAT preparation?
- Top score. Your teacher scored 770 on the GMAT - in the top 1% worldwide!
- Quality. Nativespeakers.ch is a Swiss company.
- Experience. Your GMAT teacher has been teaching the GMAT since 2002, so has many years of experience getting students to the score they need. Read Steve's GMAT blogs on the GMAT Tutor Blog of the British weekly news magazine The Economist.
- One-stop-shop. Your teacher is an English native speaker, and a teacher of mathematics and English.
- Save time. If you do your GMAT prep alone, it will take you longer than if you work with a GMAT professional.
- Flexibility. Prep for the GMAT at a time and place of your choice!
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Flexible private GMAT lessons and intensive GMAT crash courses
Your GMAT teacher can come to your home or your workplace in Zurich, or you can enjoy the flexibility of online GMAT lessons. We have a track record of success with online GMAT lessons. Use your valuable time more effectively and make GMAT prep more convenient for you. Get a flexible solution. You don’t have to keep to any course dates, and you can start straight away with your GMAT preparation.
Benefit from our many years of experience in preparing people for this demanding test by getting all the tips and tricks you will need.
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How much does it cost to take a GMAT course?
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Who will be your GMAT teacher?
Your GMAT teacher, Steve Keating
Steve has been teaching GMAT since 2002. He scored 770 on the GMAT, a score that is in the top 1% worldwide. Steve has a Master of Arts in Political Science and the CELTA (Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults) from Cambridge University. He has taught in a range of settings from one-on-one all the way up to large seminars in university settings. His love of teaching shines through in his lessons. You can rely on his experience to provide the right guidance.
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"Thank you so much for your wonderful help and planning, you are a great teacher! I will be aiming for the Gmat again in the future and will surely be contacting you again."
— A.M., 28 June 2017, GMAT preparation course
What is the best material for GMAT preparation?
We recommend the GMAT Official Guide to prepare for the GMAT exam.
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Free GMAT tips and tricks to crack the GMAT
Manage your time well. This may sound simple, but you would be amazed at how many people come to me after their test and say that they did not manage their time in the best way possible. There are many steps to this, but the simplest is to realise that you have approximately 2 minutes to answer each question – 37 maths questions in 75 minutes, and 41 verbal questions in 75 minutes. The easiest time strategy is to keep to 2 minutes per question.
Know when to guess. Nobody needs a score of 800, so everyone can get some questions wrong. The key is to be strategic about which questions you give up on and guess. I never gave up on a question I knew I could get the answer to in a reasonable period of time, but if the question will take you five minutes, it is time to move on to the next one. More guidance will be given on this important aspect of the test during lessons.
Use the best material. GMAC (Graduate Management Admission Council) administers the test, so their material is the best preparation material. Use The Official Guide for GMAT Review.
Do the test at the right time. To score highly takes preparation time. If you take the test before you are ready, you will be disappointed. Use the free computer-based GMAT tests provided by ETS to assess your level after you have done some preparation.
Concentrate on improving all areas of the test. Some people are better at maths; some are better at English. It doesn’t matter where your points come from. There are improvements to be made in all areas of the test.