The GMAT is available year-round (nearly every day of the week and at several times during the day on most days), which offers Los Angeles test-takers great flexibility in scheduling. Do note, however, that available time slots change continuously based on capacity and ongoing GMAT registration. Desirable slots fill up quickly, so make sure to register for the exam early (a month or more ahead of time) if you are dead-set on taking it on a specific day of the week at a certain time.
Find Out When You Register for the GMAT in Los Angeles, CA
You will find out which times are available at your chosen Los Angeles GMAT test center when you register for the GMAT on mba.com. If your desired slot is not available at a given center, you can always try another one close by. To avoid added stress on test day, you may want to schedule your testing around the holiday season and major sports events. It may sound basic, but make sure you know how to get to your test center and that you are prepared to navigate the area. You don’t need any added stress on test day!
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Guide to Taking the GMAT in Los Angeles
If you’re feeling weary from studying for the GMAT, visit schools such as the University of California at Los Angeles (Anderson) School of Business and the University of California at Irvine (Merage) School of Business to get re-inspired about the value of an MBA. Schedule a visit, including lunch and class attendance to demonstrate your commitment to the application process and get a better feel for the school. After getting a first-hand sense of the collaborative, supportive culture at these two fine institutions, you’ll be inspired to master those Sentence Correction questions once and for all. Remember that all the equations and grammar rules you’re studying will pay off on test day when you’re that much closer to achieving your goal–whether it’s to work as a media executive or to start your own technology venture.
Visit the Getty Museum and the Getty Villa to relax and help get you in the mindset to read dense passages about the humanities on the Verbal section on the GMAT. For extra mental stimulation, visit the Griffith Observatory with your GMAT study buddies. (Remember: studying for the GMAT can even be fun if you sprinkle in a few incentives!) Later, if you’re in the mood for some classy entertainment, Grauman’s Chinese Theatre is a great way to cap off a day of mental athletic.
Looking for a place to hang out while you study or review your Knewton GMAT on-demand classes? Somewhere that’s not your apartment but feels just as cozy and laptop-friendly? Try the following cafes (most of which offer free wi-fi as well!): Bricks & Scones, Koffea in Korea Town, Cafe Mak, Boba Loca, Ragazzi Room, and Novel Cafe (which features a book-lined chamber and concentration-friendly ambiance). Armed with a perfect iced coffee, you might just see that breakthrough you’re looking for in your next GMAT score. Remember: you don’t have to let your life pass you by just because you’re studying for the GMAT! Knewton’s adaptive learning course offers unparalleled flexibility, so you can get the most aggressive and efficient score increase while maintaining your lifestyle and other commitments.