Thursday, September 15, 2011

GMAT Prep

Whew, it's been a while!! The last month has been a bit hectic, as we've had a number of events around the world. I was in Boston last week for a Consortium for Graduate Study in Management event and had the same event in Chicago last evening. Right now I'm taking advantage of the laptop kiosks at Chicago's O'Hare airport to post a quick entry before heading overseas. I'll be visiting family and enjoying Oktoberfest in Germany for a few days before heading off to India for The MBA Tour. It will be my third trip to each country and I'm looking forward to it!!

This is the time of year that many people are thinking about the GMAT. While you should take the time to thoroughly prepare for the test in order to perform well, realize that this score is only one part of the admissions criteria. You can find several GMAT resources online but I would recommend taking a look at mba.com as well as an article from Bloomberg Businessweek. While practice tests are helpful, you should know that practice test scores are, on average, 50 points higher than actual GMAT scores. Good luck as you prepare and happy studying!!

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7 comments:

  1. Thanks for this post keep it up, best of luck a new post, MBA Online

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  2. Will you accept GRE scores in lieu of the GMAT?

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  3. Hi Sarah--we require valid GMAT scores from all MBA applicants. We do not accept the GRE in lieu of the GMAT.

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  4. Considering retaking the GMAT? This article from mba.com may be of interest to you.

    http://www.gmac.com/gmac/NewsandEvents/GMNews/2011/Oct/Demystifying-the-GMAT-Repeat-Testing.htm

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