For prospective students wondering whether getting an MBA is still worth the time and expense, it should be noted that three out of four MBA alumni with jobs from the class of 2011 have stated that they would not have been able to obtain their job without a graduate management education according to the 2012 Alumni Prospective Survey conducted by the Graduate Management Admission Council which polled 4,135 MBA alumni (including 963 alumni from the Class of 2011).
However with the recession still in full swing and showing little signs of improvement in the near future, many graduate school programs are reporting significant increases in the applications that they are receiving meaning an increase in the competitive environment for those looking to be accepted into business school.
Part of the process of getting accepted into one’s choice business school is doing well on the GMAT. To have a realistic chance of getting admitted to a top tier school, GMAT test takers should aim to get a 620, though to really be a viable candidate, a score of 660 or above should be achieved. This may seem like a lofty goal but thanks to GMAT tutor Artem Koren, those interested in obtaining a top GMAT score can receive the assistance they need from one of the best in the nation.
Artem Koren, founder of MBA Gambit, is an adjunct instructor for test preparation at NYU and is the only tutor recommended by Jeff Sackmann, author of the popular GMAT Hacks book series.
Artem has created a specialized program to help interested individuals achieve the score they desire through his company’s GMAT tutoring program. MBA Gambit was recently listed as one of the top 10 New York GMAT prep companies by topmbaconnect.com, a site that prides itself in being a virtual MBA assistant for prospective business school candidates. Part of their services includes comparing, ranking, and identifying the best places to locate a GMAT coach.
“When it comes to GMAT tutoring in NYC, if you’re looking for help with preparation for the GMAT, MBA Gambit is the right place,” Koren stressed, before adding,“I am a GMAT expert who loves helping aspiring MBA’s rock the test and I am confident that I can help anyone improve their GMAT score, often by a very significant margin.”
Koren, who received his undergraduate degree from Columbia University and his MBA
from NYU Stern, pointed out that deciding to go through the MBA application process is only the beginning of achieving success at it.
“There are a lot of obstacles that prevent many people from realizing their dream of receiving an MBA, so we’re here to provide GMAT tutoring and any other help that people need to ensure that everything goes smoothly for them,” Koren said.
What makes Koren and his company different from other offerings on the market today is that he not only helps people by utilizing his MBA prep services, but as a 99th percentile GMAT scorer, he has personally achieved the results applicants are looking for.
“Whether you are just thinking about applying to business schools, are in the midst of the application process, or have already been called-in to interview at one or more of your target schools, you can benefit from my experience in the MBA application process,” Koren added.
About MBA Gambit
MBA Gambit (MBAGambit.com) is a NYC tutoring firm that specializes in GMAT preparation and MBA application consulting. The founder of MBA Gambit, Artem Koren, is a 99th percentile GMAT scorer who has helped aspiring MBA students prepare for the GMAT and refine their MBA applications. MBA Gambit also offers remote tutoring sessions for those unavailable to visit Artem at his Manhattan office.