About Our GMAT Prep
Noodle Pros GMAT students are innovators, entrepreneurs, and leaders, who deserve the best of the best when it comes to their futures. Our high-scoring, highly-experienced, professional tutors help students achieve those last few crucial points, which provoke offers of admission from top business schools all over the world.
We understand the demands of the business school application process, and we know what it takes to get the highest possible GMAT score. We work with busy pre-business school students to create personalized prep plans, and require fewer hours than competitors to achieve better results.
After working with Noodle Pros, I scored a 750 on the GMAT. This was better than both my goal of 740 and my first score of 660. Without a doubt, my tutor's help on the Verbal and Quant sections were the reason I was able to improve so much in only three weeks. I would not have been able to improve my overall score in such a short amount of time without our sessions.
Seattle, WA (Online Program)
In 7 weeks I progressed from an initial test score of 570 to an actual test score of 710. This was in no small part down to the influence of my Noodle Pros tutor. I would absolutely hire him again. He played a hugely valuable role in maximising my score and my chances of MBA application success. I have subsequently received MBA offers from Cambridge and Oxford, and am waiting to hear INSEAD's decision following my interviews.
United Kingdom (Online Program)
My tutor's instruction made all the difference and allowed me to score in the 90th percentile. She is truly an exceptional teacher/educator/tutor. I have tremendous respect for her talent, intelligence, and ability to relate to students and people in general.
New York, NY
The Noodle Pros Approach
Profound tutor-student partnerships
Professional tutors with up to 32 years of GMAT experience
Extensive knowledge of the most effective GMAT resources
Extensive knowledge of business school admissions demands
Targeted and flexible prep to accommodate busy schedules
Immediate and lifelong impact on students
A Few Of Our Experts
New York, NY and Online
Dan is a regular contributor to education and test prep editorials on Forbes, Google News, and US News & World Report, speaks annually at YPO/WPO's college weekend at Babson College, and has led in-house GMAT courses at Goldman Sachs. His students have earned MBAs at Harvard, Wharton, Tuck, Kellogg, Stanford, Columbia, and many other top programs. Having scored 800 on the real GMAT three times himself, Dan was ultimately banned from taking the GMAT by GMAC. He specializes in helping students crack difficult math questions, especially questions in the Data Sufficiency section.Request
New York, NY and Online
Jonathan has been tutoring the GMAT since 1992, and his students have earned MBAs at Harvard, Wharton, Yale, Stern, Stanford, Columbia, and INSEAD. He is the former National Director of Research and Development for a major test prep company, where he was a Master Trainer of the GMAT for many years. In addition to teaching in-house GMAT courses at UBS, Merrill Lynch, JPMorgan, and other corporations, Jonathan has tutored students all over the United States and Europe, including several members of billionaire families. He specializes in working with students who have learning differences and are struggling with test anxiety.Request
New York, NY and Online
Craig has helped over 300 students win acceptance at every Top 20 MBA program in the United States. He attained a 250% improvement rate over average tutors at another major tutoring company, has tutored GMAT courses at Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan, and has prepared candidates for MBA Executive Assessments. His students have come from across the US and the world, including Great Britain, Japan, Germany, Mexico, China, Spain, South Korea, Russia, and the Czech Republic.Request
GMAT At A Glance
|This chart reflects changes to the GMAT implemented on April 16, 2018. Test takers have a choice of section order.|
|Analytical Writing Assessment||1 Topic||- Analysis of an argument||30 mins|
|Integrated Reasoning||12 Questions||
- Graphics Interpretation
- Table Analysis
- Multi-Source Reasoning
- Two-Part Analysis
|Quantitative Reasoning||31 Questions||
- Data Sufficiency
- Problem Solving
|Verbal Reasoning||36 Questions||
- Reading Comprehension
- Critical Reasoning
- Sentence Correction
|Computer or Paper?||Computer — GMAT is a CAT (Computer Adaptive Test), meaning that it captures test-taker accuracy on each question, and raises or lowers the difficulty level (and point value) of subsequent questions accordingly.|
|Scheduling The GMAT|
The GMAT is offered year round at test centers all over the US. It can be
retaken 16 days after the original test date, but cannot be retaken more
than five times per year and eight times per lifetime.
Exams can be rescheduled up to seven days before the test date for a $50 fee.
Scores will be sent to selected schools within 20 days of the exam.