About Our GMAT Program
What are the class sizes?
Our GMAT classes are no larger than 10 students, in order to ensure
that every student receives sufficient individual attention from the instructor.
How is Ivy Global different than other schools?
Most schools provide instructors who do not possess the skills and experience
necessary for effective GMAT teaching. The teaching method at these schools
is often generic and does not sufficiently recognize the unique needs
of each student. Ivy Global prides itself on its uniquely tailored program
and its top quality instructors.
Who are your GMAT instructors?
We carefully choose instructors who combine outstanding performance on
the GMAT with a passion for teaching. Our instructors are experts in teaching
Should I take a GMAT class or private tutoring?
Both our GMAT classes and our one-on-one private GMAT tutoring will provide
you with the knowledge and preparation you need to improve your performance
on the GMAT. The classes are well suited for students who are new to the
GMAT and who want to learn about all aspects of the test. Private tutoring
is well suited for students who learn more effectively in a one-on-one
context, or who need to improve on only specific sections or question
types on the GMAT.
Which GMAT class should I take?
Ivy Global offers both a Full Course (80 hrs) and a Crash Course (32 hrs).
Both our GMAT classes will cover all aspects of the test and will equip
you with the most effective strategies for tackling every question type
on the test. The Crash Course will cover all the essential concepts whereas
the Full Course will cover each of the concepts more thoroughly. We recommend
taking the class that will best fit with your schedule and budget.
Will the student be taking practice exams during classes?
Yes. Since the GMAT requires intensely analyzing very dense material in
a very short amount of time, it is essential for students to experience
writing the test under accurate test conditions. Our classes will provide
practice sections from actual, previously administered GMAT’s for
students to practice their newly acquired skills and strategies. Our longer
courses offer more practice exams.
Can I sample a class?
Students can arrange to drop in and observe one session of a currently running
course in their location, as long as this is authorized by our office. Please
call to schedule.
Do I get to choose my tutor?
We try to accommodate the student's request but the match depends heavily
on the student's and the tutor's schedule. Regardless, we can assure you that
our tutors are experienced, have exceptional academic credentials and a deep
commitment to seeing their students succeed.
Do you help with the other aspects of the admissions process?
Yes. In addition to the GMAT, we help students with:
- Business School Planning - Creating a "business
school profile", setting target schools and developing a goal
list necessary to improve your chances of admission.
- Personal Statement - Choosing a topic, setting a narrative
perspective and refining key points to address.
- References - Approaching professors and employers, advice on who should
you ask, and writing thank you notes
- Interview - Interview tips and advice.
- General - Admission tips, school specific considerations,
and application timelines.
Why Ivy Global?
Our instructors have all scored in at least the 99th percentile on a recently
administered GMAT. Their extensive knowledge of the GMAT allows them to
provide you with strategies that will give you an edge above the competition.
- Experience - Our tutors have been admitted to top schools
in both Canada and the United States and can provide their firsthand knowledge
of the admissions process.
- Strategy - We work with you to build a student profile
in order to determine what your GMAT goals should be in order to get
into your target schools.
- Analysis - We provide detailed analysis of your performance
on specific question and game types to provide targeted instruction.
- Personalization - Tutors have developed the program personally
and are flexible in their approach with each class or individual.