Ted Rogers School of Management

Quantum Test Prep has partnered with The Ted Rogers MBA program to provide a comprehensive suite of ongoing GMAT services to help students improve their GMAT scores. This premium collection of in-house GMAT test preparation services, called GMAT Test Prep Toronto, is offered by the Ted Rogers School of Management (TRSM) at Ryerson University. These services include free GMAT Information Sessions, free GMAT Refresher workshops, free GMAT Simulated Exams, as well as a number of high quality GMAT course options. All GMAT courses and events are held at the Ted Rogers School of Management (Bay & Dundas). Whether you are interested in attending the Ted Rogers MBA program or are considering another MBA program as well, our collection of top-tier GMAT services can help you succeed. To find out more, click on one of the service options below:

GMAT Information Sessions

Attend a free GMAT Information Session hosted by the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University and taught by an expert GMAT Instructor from Quantum Test Prep. During this single evening session (6:00-9:00 PM), students will learn more about the structure and format of the GMAT exam as well as discuss valuable test-taking strategies and study tips to help you improve your GMAT score. We will review a number of actual GMAT questions in a ‘mock’ mini-GMAT class as well as provide practical advice on how to build a successful GMAT study plan. Ryerson GMAT Information Sessions are offered every 4-5 weeks on weekday evenings. They are FREE to attend, however they do require online registration in advance.

GMAT Simulated Exams

Attend a free GMAT Simulated Exam hosted by the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University and proctored by an expert GMAT Instructor from Quantum Test Prep. Our Ryerson GMAT mock exams are held at a TRSM computer lab to give students the opportunity to practice the GMAT in a proctored environment without interruption. We use the official GMAT software (GMAT Prep) which mimics the look and feel of the real exam. The mock exam takes 3.5 hours and consists of 4 sections (Quantitative, Verbal, Analytical Writing and the new Integrated Reasoning section). Once the exam is over, you will receive an unofficial GMAT score. You will then have the opportunity to meet with one of the Quantum GMAT instructors for a GMAT Assessment to review your test results, help identify your individual strengths and weaknesses, as well as develop a customized GMAT study plan. By writing the practice exam in advance, you will not only be able to learn your current GMAT score level, but also understand what sections and question types on the exam you still need to focus on. Our mock exams are offered on weekends (Saturday afternoons) every 4-5 weeks. They are FREE to attend, however they do require online registration in advance.

GMAT Refreshers

Officially, the GMAT is only a test of high school Math and Verbal knowledge. But, as anyone who has written the GMAT before can tell you, it’s not just about knowing the theory, but also being able to work efficiently while avoiding the tricks and traps that the GMAT will throw at you.
However, before you worry about the ins and outs of GMAT strategy, it’s important to have a thorough knowledge of the base theory the GMAT will be testing you on. To help students get jump started on their theory review, we have created two topic specific Pre-GMAT workshops, one focusing on Math and the other on Verbal.
All Quantum Pre-GMAT Math & Verbal Refreshers are free to attend. However, they do require online registration in advance.

Pre-GMAT Math Refresher

Unsure what a prime number is? Forget how to calculate the circumference of a circle? If you are rusty in Math or have ‘Math Anxiety’ and want to brush up on your basic Math skills, then we strongly recommend starting with this workshop. Our Pre-GMAT Math Refresher class is designed to help students build a strong foundation in the elementary math skills required on the GMAT.
Designed by expert GMAT instructors with many years of teaching experience, this specialized Math workshop will help you brush up on your high school Math skills before you formally start preparing for the GMAT exam itself.
Topics covered include: Algebra & Arithmetic, Exponents & Roots, Number Properties, Math Terminology, Geometry Theory, and many more.

Pre-GMAT Verbal Refresher

Confused when the pronoun acts as the subject of a clause? Do you know your adjectives, adverbs, conjunctions and interjections? Come and learn the rules of usage and principles of composition most commonly violated on the GMAT.
Designed by expert GMAT instructors with many years of teaching experience helping students home their English grammar skills, this specialized Verbal workshop will help you brush up on your high school Verbal skills before you formally start preparing for the GMAT.
Topics covered include: Parts of Speech, Verb Tenses, Grammar Terminology, and Parts of a Sentence.
To reserve a spot in an upcoming Pre-GMAT Verbal Refresher, click on the date you would like to attend:

30 HR Ryerson GMAT BOOTCAMP Course

Ted Rogers MBA GMAT Score Requirements
The GMAT is typically the #1 criterion Graduate Admissions Counselors at top tier schools look at when making MBA admissions decisions. As such, nothing else will have a bigger impact on your admission to business school than achieving a high GMAT score. This past year, the average GMAT score for admission into the Ted Rogers MBA program was 624. For those seeking a competitive advantage in their application, a GMAT score of 650+ is a more appropriate score goal. As of 2014, a GMAT score of 650+ now corresponds to a top quartile score (top 25%) of all GMAT test takers.
GMAT Toronto Course Options
The Ryerson GMAT Bootcamp is an intensive single weekend (30hr) GMAT course taught by expert instructors from Quantum Test Prep and hosted by the Ted Roger’s School of Management Ted Rogers MBA program. This course provides students with a basic summary review of all the major GMAT exam sections (Math, Verbal, Integrated Reasoning and Analytical Writing). Classes are held over a single weekend (Friday to Monday) with a second evening session the following week.