What is the GMAT?
The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) was designed by business schools to assess the skills determined to be most relevant to success in a graduate management program. However, many graduate schools now accept the GRE (General Record Examination), so it is important to research the schools you are applying to and which test they require. The test is designed to assess analytical writing, integrated reasoning, verbal reasoning, and quantitative reasoning skills.
What is the GRE?
The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is a standardized test frequently used for graduate school applications in the U.S. The GRE is used by most graduate programs, including law programs and, now, many business programs. The test is designed to measure verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, and analytical writing skills.
GMAT / GRE tutoring programs can vary in length depending on a number of factors: students’ starting scores, academic backgrounds, goal scores, target schools, and bandwidth to engage with practice work between sessions. As such, all of our GMAT / GRE programs begin with a 90-minute tutoring and planning meeting with William. From there, we’ll make recommendations about the overall number of tutoring hours required for success. Most GMAT / GRE programs range in length from 10 – 25 hours.
William Brubaker: Our World-Class GMAT / GRE Tutor
William is a full-time, professional GMAT, GRE, and EA tutor with over 11 years of full-time tutoring experience. He has logged over 8,000 hours tutoring those subjects. His students have been accepted at top graduate schools including Anderson School of Business at UCLA, Booth School of Business at University of Chicago, Columbia Business School, Haas School of Business at U.C. Berkeley, Harvard Business School, Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, London Business School, Marshall School of Business at USC, McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University, Stanford Graduate School of Business, Stern School of Business at New York University, Tuck School of Business Dartmouth, University of Oxford, and The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
William uses proprietary database software and practice questions from official guides and major schools to teach the strategies students need to learn in order to do well on their exams. To identify their weak areas and focus on them more deeply, he employs data analysis to track his students’ performance on the application of the strategies and principles required to do well on the exam.
After the first lesson, William evaluates the student’s proficiencies in the main categories and from then on uses materials that are likely to advance those proficiencies. He assigns homework after each lesson, consisting of a review of the previous meeting, GMAT idiom or GRE vocabulary flashcards, and a report of the strategies has missed multiple times.
William has received numerous positive reviews from past students, who have described him as a “phenomenal,” “patient,” “brilliant”, “awesome”, “effective”, “organized”, “thorough”, “amazing” and “knowledgeable” tutor. His tutoring method has helped many students raise their scores and achieve their desired results.
William earned degrees in Architecture and Business at the University of California at Berkeley.