Wizius Careers | Wolf of the GMAT
How a person helped people with GMAT scores.
GMAT, prep, attempts, score, position, trainer, dollars
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Wolf of the GMAT

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How many times have you done the GMAT or will do in your lifetime?  Your answer most probably will be 2-3 times max (Although, you are allowed to take it for a maximum of 8 times in your lifetime).

Here is a person who took GMAT more than 500 times – this was before the GMAT introduced the new security features including Vain Scan. FBI confirms 212 of these attempts. His name is Lu Xu.

He took the test as a shortcut to earn money. He was paid $3000 – $5000 every time he did the test for someone. He nailed almost every time starting with 790 on his first attempt.

After he was caught and jailed for 7 years, he became a US citizen and is now a GMAT tutor in New York.

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attempts, dollars, GMAT, position, Prep, Score, trainer