Welcome to GMAT Mentors

About GMAT Mentors

What is GMAT Mentors and why are we different than other GMAT sites?

GMAT Mentors is a non-profit focused on providing free GMAT support and advice through one-on-one mentoring, regardless of one's background or financial situation.

All of our services are free. Our mentors are volunteers, so mentees can get GMAT support at no cost! We believe knowledge is something that should be accessible to everyone.

Everyone has different studying habits and life situations that warrant personalized GMAT strategies. Our mentors have been through the GMAT process and can tailor their advice to each individual.

We are focused on students from non-traditional backgrounds who may not be able to obtain GMAT mentoring otherwise due to financial or situational concerns.

How do I get involved?

If you are interested in receiving GMAT support or becoming a mentor and expanding your professional development, please fill out the brief question forms by clicking the links below.

Click below to request GMAT support

Get GMAT Support

Click below to become a GMAT Mentor

Become a GMAT Mentor



Founder and President

Eric is an aviation focused management consultant who will be attending Harvard Business School this fall. He has a love for helping others succeed and has been mentoring ever since he took the GMAT.

Eric is a former jet engine engineer who has a degree in Mechanical engineering and a minor in Math.

In his spare time, Eric likes to travel, workout, ski, volunteer, and cook. 




Dan is an IT professional in the pharma industry that also has a passion for teaching. He scored a 770 on the GMAT and has been tutoring at Magoosh ever since.

Dan holds a joint degree in Computer Science and Business.

In his free time, Dan enjoys reading fiction novels and playing the piano.

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GMAT Mentors is a free service for matching mentors and mentees. We are not asking for or accepting contributions. We are not liable for any incidents that occur as a result of using this service, and all interactions are voluntarily made by each participant.