Bespoke offers comprehensive test prep for a variety of graduate school entrance exams, including the GMAT, GRE, LSAT and MCAT.
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GMAT, GRE, LSAT, MCAT

Bespoke offers comprehensive test prep for a variety of graduate school entrance exams, including the GMAT, GRE, LSAT and MCAT. Bespoke’s tutors have years of experience tutoring these exams and have scored in the top percentiles on their respective tests.

The GMAT is a computer-based exam used for admission into American and international MBA programs. It consists of an writing section, a data-analysis section, a quantitative section, and a verbal section. The GMAT quantitative section features a challenging problem type called Data Sufficiency. The GMAT is a computer adaptive test, which means that the level of difficulty increases with each additional correct answer.

The GRE is also a computer-based exam, and is used for entrance into many different graduate programs, including business schools. The GRE features two writing assessments, two verbal sections, and two quantitative sections. The GRE verbal section features challenging vocabulary questions, and its quantitative section features a challenging problem type called Quantitative Comparisons. The GRE is also computer adaptive.

The LSAT is a paper-based test used for law school admission. It consists of six sections: two logical reasoning, one reading comprehension, one analytical reasoning (containing the challenging “logic games” question type), an unscored experimental section, and an unscored writing section. The LSAT is only administered four times per year, and students may not take the LSAT more than three times in any two-year period.

The MCAT is a computer-based test used for medical school admission. It consists of four sections: physical sciences, verbal reasoning, biological sciences, and an optional trial section. The MCAT is noted for the breadth of knowledge of science topics required of the student. The MCAT will undergo changes in content in 2015 to reflect the relative importance of undergraduate curricular material for future medical students.