Học GMAT tại VN

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"Kathy Huynh
Second-generation Vietnamese American
Brown University - Class 2020"

Campus là trung tâm luyện thi GMAT tại thành phố Hồ Chí Minh đã giúp nhiều bạn học viên Việt Nam giành kết quả cao trong kỳ thi GMAT, nhờ đó nộp đơn nhập học thành công vào các chương trình cao học MBA danh tiếng tại Mỹ và Canada. Học viên GMAT của Campus rất đa dạng, nhiều bạn là du học sinh tại Mỹ, Canada, Anh, Australia, hoặc Nhật Bản. Trong số đó Kathy Huynh là một học viên đặc biệt. Kathy là người Mỹ gốc Việt thế hệ thứ hai sinh ra và lớn lên tại Mỹ. Bạn đã trở về Việt Nam và tham gia khóa học GMAT Complete Course tại Campus hè 2019. Campus Voice có buổi nói chuyện cùng Kathy trước khi bạn kết thúc kỳ nghỉ hè tại Việt Nam và quay trở về Mỹ.

Campus Voice: Hi there Kathy, how are you doing?

Kathy: Pretty well, how's it going?

Campus Voice: Doing fine too. Good to have you here today, Kathy. You've just successfully done the GMAT Complete Course @Campus. How did you feel? ^^

Kathy: Oh, I felt great :). The course materials were challenging and the practice tests gruesome. But I was lucky to make it through, and my scores jumped up considerably :).

Campus Voice: Glad to hear that you survived the class. So what made you decide to prep for GMAT with our program?

Kathy: I have a Vietnamese friend from Ho Chi Minh who is also studying at Brown. He took the GMAT Complete Course before, and he recommended your GMAT program to me. So I wanted to give it a go. The cost of the class was also another factor. If I took a GMAT class of the same quality in the US, I would have to pay a lot more than the amount Campus charged me :).

Campus Voice: Did you have any chance to go somewhere in Vietnam during the summer?

Kathy: Absolutely yes! While GMAT was the main focus of my stay in Vietnam, it did not take all my time at all. I went to Phu Quoc, Nha Trang, and Dalat. I really enjoyed the foods and meeting local people.

Campus Voice: Did you speak Vietnamese with them? 🙂

Kathy: Unfortunately my Vietnamese is very limited, so we used a lot of sign language and hand gestures, but everything was ok.

Campus Voice: Alright, Kathy. Thank you for sharing with us your GMAT adventure @Campus in Summer 2019. We wish you a safe and pleasant journey back to America.

Kathy: Thank you so much. I hope Campus will have more "study-in-Vietnam" students like me. 🙂