SchoolApply Offers Free GMAT Practice Tests to Bring Educational Opportunity to International Students

June 2016, New York – Education startup SchoolApply has partnered with Economist GMAT Tutor to bring free GMAT practice to users. SchoolApply helps students from around the world connect with educational programs and schools abroad that best match their needs and potential.

This new partnership will allow SchoolApply to better match students to post-grad programs by integrating GMAT scores into their search criteria.

The free GMAT simulation test offers university students practice GMAT tests in order to improve scores before they submit their applications.

“Our mission at School Apply was to leverage technology to democratize international learning for all students, no matter their background or means. Partnering with the Economist GMAT Tutor to provide free tests lets us knock down one more barrier to entry, and allowed that many more students to reap the rewards of a world-class education.”- Daniel Bjarne, CEO of SchoolApply.

Preparing for the GMAT offers huge benefits to MBA applicants. Practice GMATs improve time management, problem solving, verbal and written skills, and quantitative analysis - tools that are essential for achieving the best scores on the real exam.

About SchoolApply


At SchoolApply, we believe that a great education is for everyone. Launched February 1st 2016, SchoolApply is an online platform that matches students with university programs at schools that fit their needs and qualifications. We list more than 4,000 schools and SchoolApply’s admissions officers – academic professionals and former study abroad students – offer personalized assistance in navigating the complicated application process before students apply to their selected schools. Our streamlined online application combines and connects students with their top choices and tracks acceptance letters.

About Economist GMAT Tutor (


Economist GMAT Tutor is an online GMAT prep course offered by The Economist Group. The online program guides students through the academic topics and test taking skills that they will need to master the test.  The program is adaptive, meaning that it uses students’ correct and incorrect answers to create tailored courses customized to their needs.

For more information, contact Lauren Fairbanks via email.


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