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Prep Yourself For The GMAT Using The Economist’s New Tutor App

January 21, 2014 - Written By Justin Diaz

 

If you’re a student studying for the GMAT Exam and you use an Android device, prepping for the GMAT Exam has just gotten a whole lot easier. The Economist has just launched their GMAT tutor app, to help you take all the information you’ll need to prepare for and ace the exam. The app does this by focusing on your individual needs, so all the help and information is specific to you, almost you like you have a live tutor right in your pocket. Preparing for major exams like this one can be time intensive, and we know that your life can be busy at times, The Economist knows this as well. That’s why they introduced this tutor app. It was designed with students who are often on the go in mind, so they could still have quick and easy access to the tools they need to ensure a better outcome when preparing for the GMAT’s.

The GMAT tutor app offers tons of content to help you study, so there is more than a wealth of information at your fingertips when you’re ready to hit the books. The app offers precisely 100 hours of content, and it contains over 5,000 practice questions to help you along the way. Just because you’re mobile, doesn’t mean your tutoring has to take back seat. One of the greatest things about the app, as well as the desktop version of the program, is that it learns with you. So if you spend more time with it, it becomes more customized to what you need and aims to tutor you based off of those specifics. If you are particularly weak in a certain area but strong in others, the GMAT tutor app will recognize this and use that information to focus more on the points where you need to improve. It truly is a tailored learning experience.

If you’re someone who is going to be taking the GMAT exam at some point in the future, you might want to consider picking up this app and giving it a try. If you choose to do so, you’ll be able to download the app for free and continue to access it at no cost for a seven day period. After that time, continued use of the GMAT tutor app will require you to choose one of three separate learning plans that are available. The learning plans start at $550, and go upwards to $770 and $940 respectively. The app also provides you with support through a team of expert GMAT instructors, which are spanned globally and can help guide you via in-app messaging and live video chats. You can pick up the GMAT tutor app for free in the Play Store.