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17 Sep 2018, 14:56
I'm currently working towards retaking the GMAT, and I am getting tutored, but i was wondering what we should actually expect from our tutors. Right now we just go through problems together, should I be expecting more from them?
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17 Sep 2018, 18:07
lostboy wrote:
I'm currently working towards retaking the GMAT, and I am getting tutored, but i was wondering what we should actually expect from our tutors. Right now we just go through problems together, should I be expecting more from them?
A tutor could help you with theory (if you need such help). He or she could also help you decide on a plan of action. Be skeptical if he or she suggests a plan immediately. Even the best tutors need to analyze your performance or see how you approach a few questions to understand what your strengths and weaknesses are.
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18 Sep 2018, 17:41
Hi lostboy,

Assuming that you have an experienced GMAT tutor, he or she should be able to help assess your weaknesses and make you a better test-taker overall. I guess the more important question is, do you feel that you have been improving since you started working with your tutor?

In addition to working with a tutor, you want to ensure that you use thorough prep materials to improve your GMAT skills in between your sessions. What resources are you currently using for your prep? Also, what is your GMAT score goal?

Lastly, you may find it helpful to read this article about
how to score a 700+ on the GMAT.
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