Only Test Prep Institute, the official provider of Kaplan’s GMAT Prep courses in Lebanon, offers complete preparation for the GMAT test and proven strategies to get the score you deserve. With over 70 years of GMAT prep expertise and 3 million students; we are the top choice for GMAT prep!
What Makes Us Different
You are a puzzle and the pieces that make up who you are complete the puzzle. You continuously change and take away pieces as you grow in life. The GMAT is a large piece of the puzzle that creates a domino effect for other pieces.
That’s where we come in.
What makes Test Prep Institute’s Kaplan GMAT course uniquely successful? It’s simple. Our entire program is a partnership between our expert instructor and yourself, geared around your individual needs and goals. We offer the most personalized way to prep.
You are more than a score; but why not be more than a great score?
What are the test dates for the GMAT exam?
The GMAT is available year-round and on demand, which offers test takers greater flexibility in scheduling. Available time slots change continuously based on capacity and ongoing registration. You will find out which times are available when you register to take the exam.
How often can I take the GMAT exam?
You can take the GMAT every 31 calender days and no more than five times in a 12-month period.
What ID do I need to bring to the test center?
The ID must be government-issued, valid (not expired), original (no photocopies), legible and include:
- A recent, recognizable photo
- Your name in the Roman alphabet, spelled exactly as you provided when you registered
- Your signature
- Your date of birth as you provided at registration
- Acceptable IDs include a driver’s license, government-issued ID, permanent resident/green card, or passport
What schools use GMAT scores?
More than 4,800 graduate management programs around the world use GMAT scores as a part of their admissions process.
How much time should I leave between finishing the Kaplan preparation class and taking the exam?
You should not leave a long period between the end of your class and taking the GMAT. The longer you leave, the more likely you are to forget what you have learned, and for your skills to become “rusty”. On the other hand, it is not a good idea to take the exam the day after your last class, because you will need a bit of time to consolidate everything you have learned during your course. We recommend a gap of up to 4 weeks between finishing a class and taking the test.
Enroll now in our GMAT prep class and be on your way to achieving the score you want!
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