GMAT Consultations are a Good Thing!
Before investing your hard earned cash speak directly to your potential GMAT tutor. This will give you an idea of what to expect from the service and a sense for the person you are hiring. Email communication and websites are great for providing certain types of information, especially technical stuff, but to see if there's a meeting of the minds it's best to schedule a call. This is important stuff - take your time with the decision. Having a thorough GMAT consultation is the first step towards getting the best GMAT preparation possible. Before your consultation you might want to check out these pages: GMAT Tutoring, FAQ, and GMAT Tutor Bios.
GMAT Consultation Process
1. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org including a brief summary of what your GMAT prep has been so far:
Have you taken a class or had any tutoring?
What GMAT materials have you used?
Any Official GMATs or Official GMAT practice test scores (with Quant/Verbal breakdown)?
What are your deadlines?
What's your score goal?
2. We'll provide a rough tutoring plan including an estimate of tutoring hours and suggest a tutor (GMAT tutor bios).
3. Then we'll schedule a consultation to discuss the plan in more depth, walk you through the tutoring process, answer any questions, and see if this is a good fit.
4. GMAT Success!