The following is a link to a short application form that is used to gather further information from potential mentors. We use this information to understand more about our mentors as well as to effectively match mentees with the right mentor.
What do mentors do? What are their responsibilities?
Mentors who volunteer are responsible for helping mentees reach their GMAT goals in a number of ways, including sharing experiences with the test, as well as the frameworks that brought success. Note that this is primarily a mentoring and supporting role, with a limited tutoring role. They are not expected to be able to describe the perfect method for answering any GMAT question at any time. Rather, they are expected to support their mentee in whatever way possible - sometimes through general assistance, while other times by walking them through the strategies to answering a specific question.
Who is “qualified” to be a mentor?
Our qualifications for mentorship are roughly as follows:
How do I become a mentor?
Upon expressing your interest to become a mentor via our website, we will ask you to complete a survey (sent via email) that will help us to determine your fit as a mentor. Following this, one of our team members will reach out to you in order to get to know you a bit better, and share further details about the role and what expectations come with it.
Why should you be a mentor?
There are plenty of reasons! Here's a few: