Hi guys and gals,
I've just graduated from a MSc in Business and into a somewhat unwelcoming job market. I might be facing quite a while before I find a nice job and I am thinking of becoming a GMAT teacher to support myself while looking for a job.
The problem is that the better programs I've found (Veritas
and Manhattan) require teaching experience. Mine is limited to teaching English to kids, off the books. How strict is this requirement, and how much experience do they expect? Do they require formally employed experience?
Other than this, Kaplan
did not seem to ask for prior teaching experience. Do you know of any other outfits similar in this respect?
Also, do you know whether it would be possible for me to find students directly, without working for an agency, like through ads?
My score is 780/5.5 and I am looking for work in the London area.