Bas found us after registering for a GMAT boot-camp run by... somebody else. Afterwards, he compared scores with three of his classmates.
I love this chat, because there's no better way to show the value of of experience, especially in a service industry. Usually you can only tell the quality only once you've sampled many services, and over time. Then it would be easy to understand why - for example - your GMAT teacher should have taken the test. Taking the test is just the minimum requirement. At Kaplan when I started out 13 years ago, we were required to have a score of 700+ before even interviewing. Standards in Amsterdam are, sadly, much lower than even that bare minimum. As we have heard many times before, there are still companies that employ untrained staff. That makes for a service that is simply not good enough to get to the VU, let alone to Erasmus.