GMAT: Improving score to become a tutor?

I took the GMAT a year ago after graduating from college. My score was 680, in the 90th percentile. I need to score in the 99th percentile to tutor. I need the money.

I do plan on going to business school some day, but at this point, my sole goal is to get a better score. I reviewed for a week the first time around and I've never really had any formal or structured test prep in the past. Are there programs (i.e. discs, books) that you have used with success??

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  • 1 decade ago
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    The 99th percentile is possible but you gotta do more than one thing. At the very least, do a structured test prep. All said, hiring a private tutor for one-on-one tutoring is the best way to go. However, if money is an issue, you can opt for online tutoring instead. Try some online tutoring services like:

    (1) http://www.tuitionplaza.com/tutoring/ - tutoring by retired teachers and volunteers (free)

    (2) http://www.tutor.com - tutoring by professional tutors (not free)

    (3) ... and many more (use search engine).

  • 1 decade ago

    hi...i really need ur help..i took gmat once n scored 450..tht was pretty low score..i need to improve my score upto 700..please help... ..it ll be very kind of you..

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