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Zoltan L. Radvanszky, MBA

IESE Barcelona - Master of Business Administration

University of California Los Angeles - BS, Mathematics

 

- YOU NAME THE UNIVERSITY. I'LL GET YOU IN! -

Finding the Best GMAT-GRE-SAT Test Prep and Recognizing Unprofessional GMAT-GRE-SAT Training Providers Solely Interested in Profit Maximization

When you are trying to find The Best GMAT-GRE-SAT-TOEFL-IELTS Tutors, the key issue you face is establishing trust through verifying their credibility BEFORE enrolling to their GMAT-GRE-SAT-TOEFL-IELTS Test Preparation Courses and committing yourself for the long term! GMAT-GRE-SAT-TOEFL-IELTS Training Providers unwilling to let you test their services are unlikely to provide Quality Test Preparation Services and are risking your career. More often than not, sub par GMAT-GRE-SAT-TOEFL-IELTS Training Companies try instead to pressure you into signing a long term contract without giving you a chance to really find out what is really behind their often attractive sounding promises.

So here is what you need to do when facing several GMAT-GRE-SAT-TOEFL-IELTS Test Preparation Alternatives:

1. Check out The Websites of GMAT-GRE-SAT-TOEFL-IELTS Training Providers for VERIFIABLE student references: name, e-mail address, and background information. You may even write to some of these students to obtain credible information on The GMAT-GRE-SAT-TOEFL-IELTS Training Quality they received.

2. Schedule appointments with only The Best GMAT-GRE-SAT-TOEFL-IELTS Training Providers, which passed through the first round of checking. These meetings should be free and purely informational, since the two parties explore only the possibility of a mutually beneficial relationship.

3. Before the owner - less often a sales employee - would inform you about the details of the GMAT-GRE-SAT-TOEFL-IELTS Test Preparation Service they provide, you should first talk about your unique test preparation needs and ask the person you are facing about how they plan to meet those special needs: their responsiveness to your deadline requirements, their assistance with respect to the full spectrum of the College Application Process, GMAT-GRE-SAT-TOEFL-IELTS Group Training or Private Tutoring Availability, training methods, study materials, duration of the training, length of a seminar, availability, budget, and price

4. Finally, if you received convincing answers to your concerns above, ask the person you are facing whether she will be the person training you as well.

5. Even if the answer is yes, at this point you should ask for the possibility of trying out the training services for a training hour, before committing yourself for the long term. Justify your request with the truth: that you need to be absolutely sure that you'll get what you were promised since your career is at stake! This trial training is so important that it is even worth it for you to pay for it! That's because high promises and a high price may, or may not indicate high training quality - a low price almost invariably means low training quality.   

6. If your request for a trial of the training service is rejected based on some lame excuse, that's a sure sign of the provider's low confidence in the quality of the training services offered. It is time for you to thank for the provider's time and to move on to another training provider who is brave enough to get tested by you!

Zoltan L. Radvanszky, MBA

  • IESE Barcelona - MBA
    UCLA Los Angeles - BS, Mathematics
  • Over 15 years of private and group test preparation experience; Coaching the full spectrum of the university application process.
  • COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
    Reputation Maximization, Verifiable References, Private Test Preparation, Super Efficient, Career Advising, Educational Advising, Professional Mindset, Outstanding Inspirational and Motivational Skills
  • ELITE TEST PREPARATION: I helped my clients get into Harvard, Columbia, Stanford, New York University, Yale, Brown, Chicago, UCLA, USC, London Business School, London School of Economics, Warwick, INSEAD Fontainebleau, HEC Paris, IESE Barcelona, Bocconi Milan, University of St. Gallen, etc.