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Frequently Asked Questions

About our course & the GMAT

FAQs about the online GMAT course.

Everybody who wants to be prepared for the GMAT.

The course is in English, because the GMAT itself is also in English. It is important to you understand all English concepts.

The course consists of video lessons for the all subjects of the GMAT, more than 5500 practice questions, tips & tricks and GMAT practice tests.

You don't need any expensive GMAT books for the online course. Instead of the online course, you do need to use books for the face-to-face Quantitative course. The most effective learning method consists of a combination of courses (online or in person), practicing old GMAT questions and read over the theory / strategy that you have learned in class. You can do all these things with the online course.

The course contains 500 videos about all subjects of the GMAT.

There are more than 5500 GMAT questions with solutions in the course. You can select a topic or concept and only make the questions that are relevant to your level.

When you login for the first time, you will have 6 months access to use the online course. The menu ''My Account'' shows you how many remaining days you have left.

FAQs about the GMAT itself.

In the Netherlands, you can do the GMAT in Amsterdam or Utrecht. Düsseldorf is the nearest city to do the GMAT when you live close to Maastricht. You can register yourself for the GMAT on www.mba.com. We recommend you to book your GMAT 4 weeks before you want to do it, because in busy periodes the available places can fill up quickly.

Your GMAT score is valid for 5 years. However, some universities require that you have completed your GMAT 2 years or less before the registration. Check this well at the university where you want to register yourself.

You will receive your unofficial GMAT score right on the test day. Withing 20 days your GMAT score becomes official. At most universities, you can already sign up with your unofficial score. Important if you sign up at the University of Maastricht: Maastricht University (UM) only takes official GMAT scores into consideration. Make sure you make your GMAT at least two weeks before your registration deadline.

Yes. You can take the GMAT several times, but there have to be at least 16 calendar days between the attempts. Universities only take the highest score into consideration: they understand that the GMAT is very hard and you might need to do it twice in order to reach your target score.

FAQs about the registration

No, we provide GMAT courses but have no independent test center where the GMAT is taken. To register for the GMAT test, see mba.com.

You can still pay by transferring the money to our bank account. Our bank account number is: NL65INGB0006584956 Attn. Mindful GMAT

Most of the Dutch prepare thereselves 4 to 8 weeks. Your personal preparation time depends on your math background, the GMAT score you want to achieve and how quickly you understand the subject material.

Other FAQs

Yes, we have been certified as an educational institute in the CRKBO. An ISO auditor has audited our organization. They checked the content of the course, the qualifications of our course developers and the internal processes, like our evaluation process and the way we develop new material. After both personal and written audit rounds, we received the CRKBO quality mark and got exempt from VAT. You can check this at the CRKBO register (search for Mindful GMAT / GMAT Holland)

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