Free GMAT Test Preparation Seminar | Weatherhead

Free GMAT Test Preparation Seminar


Preparing for B-School? Thinking about taking the GMAT®?

This FREE seminar is designed primarily for those who have never taken the GMAT, or those who have taken the exam, but would like to improve their score. Upon completing this seminar, participants will understand what the GMAT is (including important insights about its structure and content); what skills/knowledge are essential to answering the various question types used in the GMAT; and how to prepare successfully in order to do your best on this important exam.

Join us as Akil Bello of Bell Curves LLC helps you put your best foot forward as you prepare to take the GMAT®. Akil is Vice President of Educational Development for Bell Curves. He is responsible for the development of programs and materials, as well as the training of teaching staff. Akil has spent the last 13 years working in this field for various test preparation companies, training teachers and developing each link in the educational chain. His particular brand of attention to content detail and insistence on stimulating and exciting teaching has been effectively mimicked by hundreds of successful teachers across the country. He has lectured on test preparation at various universities, including NYU and Columbia, and at many educational forums, including the Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund Leadership Institute and the PhD Project. Akil is a credited contributor to The Princeton Review’s Cracking the GMAT.

Thursday, April 2, 2009 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
George S. Dively Building, Room 202
11240 Bellflower Road
Cleveland, OH 44106-7166
United States
Speaker(s): Akil Bello, Vice President of Educational Development, Bell Curves
Sponsored by: National Black MBA Association and Bell Curves


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