How much time should you set aside to study for the Graduate Management Admission Test? What’s the best way to prep for the test so you’ll do well enough to get into a highly selective MBA program? Are there shortcuts to the de facto entry exam into business school?
These are among the questions Andrew Geller will help to answer as Poets&Quant’s new resident expert on the GMAT–along with any and all questions you might have on how to prep for the test. Andrew is uniquely qualified for the job.
He’s a GMAT expert who scored an impressive 770 on the exam. Unlike some of the nerdy GMAT tutors out there, Andrew can actually write. He’s been teaching since 2002 and throughout the past decade has worked for various big and small test prep companies helping people succeed on the GMAT, LSAT, SAT, ACT, and GRE. Throughout his career he has successfully taught people from many different backgrounds, countries, and starting scores.
He now leads Atlantic GMAT, a company which he founded to provide a creative and nuanced approach to GMAT preparation especially for students who have struggled to achieve their GMAT goals through big box test prep.
In his spare time, Andrew likes to play music, ride his motorcycle to the beach, play ping pong, and ski. Andrew spent a year teaching English in Brazil and is fluent in Portuguese.
If you have a question, fire away in the comments section below! Andrew will do his best to answer your queries.
Meantime, see his GMAT prep recommendations for Khan Academy video help.