People deserve free preparation for admissions exams. This is a step that’s long overdue.
New York, NY (PRWEB) August 20, 2014
GMAT Free (http://www.gmatfree.com) has launched a no-cost online test preparation course for MBA aspirants worldwide who must compete on the GMAT exam to succeed in business school applications.
“It’s the first free, complete GMAT program,” said Andrew Mitchell, Chief Freedom Officer, referring to “easily the largest” curriculum of sample questions – three times as many as in the test maker’s downloadable software. Furthermore, by arming themselves with widely available books and downloads, users of the site will have access to more practice tests and hours of video than are offered by traditional test prep courses, which typically cost over a thousand dollars.
The new company comes from within the ranks of the test prep industry. Mitchell is former Director of GMAT and GRE Programs at Kaplan Test Prep, where he overhauled the course in 2012. He has been cited as “The Guru of the GMAT” by online magazine Poets & Quants and quoted by The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and Bloomberg BusinessWeek on the subject of preparing for the test.
What’s the catch? The course will always be free, although the company may sell other products in the future, such as books. “The point of an admissions exam is to be open and lower the barriers to education,” Mitchell said. “People deserve free preparation for such a test. This is a step that’s long overdue.”
Test takers can register or enter the site as guests. And those just getting started can learn about the exam (http://www.gmatfree.com/the-gmat-exam) or try their hand at some GMAT sample questions (http://www.gmatfree.com/gmat-sample-questions).
About GMAT Free
GMAT Free is an operating name of Test Free, LLC, a privately held company. GMAT Free launched to the public in July 2014. GMAT Free operates out of New York and Chicago. For inquiries or interviews, please contact us at http://www.gmatfree.com/contact-us/.