GMAT Mentors is a volunteer-run organization that is committed to supporting those that are unable to access traditional GMAT study resources due to financial or situational limitations, and those from communities that are underrepresented in business.
As an organization, we seek to accomplish this in two primary ways. The first is via our mentoring program, where our volunteer mentors are matched with mentees, fostering a relationship that will allow mentees to access individualized advice and support throughout their GMAT studies. Prospective mentees can learn more about the program here. The second is by providing resources like our ongoing podcast series and study guide, both of which serve to provide anyone lacking GMAT study resources with free alternatives.
Finally, we have recently expanded our mentoring program to a whole new test - the GRE! So if you or anyone you know is interested in preparing for or writing the GRE, please see details on our GRE program in our navigation bar at the top of the page.
All of our services are free. Our mentors are volunteers, so mentees can get GMAT/GRE support at no cost!
Everyone has different studying habits and life situations that warrant personalized GMAT/GRE strategies. Our mentors want to share their experiences and tailor their advice to each individual through one-on-one sessions.
GMAT Mentors was founded by Eric Schneider and Daniel Sohn in November 2017. While studying for the GMAT, Eric and Dan found that students on multiple forums discussed that they could not afford GMAT tutoring, classes, and often lacked support systems. After completing the GMAT, they wanted to volunteer but after realizing no service existed, GMAT Mentors was born.
To date, GMAT Mentors has helped over 250 mentees across 28 different countries!