First, let me just say that GMAT is a very hard and complicated test. And that I’d like to have it on my side instead of yours. And that I would not recommend anybody to take it alone without any help. And let me tell you that I have had some assistance from some resources online. Specifically some really cool websites that had some very good advice to help me out with my preparations.
When I was testing online, I came across a couple of websites offering a free test or for free registration to take the GMAT. They offered a couple of advantages for registering. And that I would like to discuss with you. First off, when you take a free GMAT examination, you are getting at least one point for each question you answered correct, and you are also gaining a couple of hours for the duration of the GMAT practice test which is around two hours long.
Another great perk that they gave me when I signed up was access to an online faculty forum. This is where experienced GMAT students hang out. You can ask questions, get answers and discuss problems you might be having with the GMAT test. It’s a very valuable resource. I highly recommend you take advantage of it.
And here comes the really interesting part. What kind of discounts can I get from these websites? As far as the course itself goes, Malaysia is a pretty good country. The GMAT score that countries like Malaysia receive is not too far behind ours. In fact, many countries like Malaysia offer a lower fee than us. But if you are planning on taking the GMAT online in Malaysia, I suggest you join a tutoring center in Malaysia first.
Now that I got that out of the way, let me explain how these online tutoring centers work. You pay the fee, as stated before. They will then reimburse you for any fees if you lose or quit the course. They will also refund your test fees in full, if the test taker qualifies for a discount. These centers operate in many countries around the world.
If you decide to go ahead and take the GMAT online in Malaysia, there are a few things you should know. Like I said earlier, they may offer a discount for taking the GMAT course in Malaysia. Also, some sites require you to pay for a certain number of tutoring sessions before you will qualify for a discount, and then there are some that don’t have a maximum number of tutors allowed.
The best way to save money when taking the GMAT online in Malaysia is to get a tutor who lives near you. This is because distance costs a lot more in Malaysia than anywhere else in the world. Another good tip is to find a tutoring center that gives you the option of paying a flat rate fee for the tutoring session instead of a flat fee for the entire course. Malaysia’s tutoring centers also tend to offer some free materials, like practice books and test books. These are all small price savings that can make the whole process worth it.