Category Archives: Test Prep Advice

GMAT Coronavirus Updates

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, testing centers worldwide have temporarily closed their doors. Undeterred by this hurdle, the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) is working quickly to create an in-home, online GMAT test.  Today, …

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COVID-19 Prompts ETS to Offer the GRE at Home

Test centers around the world have temporarily closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. But that doesn’t have to throw your business school plans out the window. Today, ETS announced it is temporarily offering a GRE …

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Client Case Study: How the GRE® General Test Can Complement an Unconventional Applicant

The decision to pursue an MBA requires serious thought. Motivations vary by person, but prospective business school students should first make sure they’ve identified gaps in their professional development, have clear career goals, and feel …

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Shortened GMAT Exam Debuts April 16

The Graduate Management Admission Council has announced it is shortening the length of the GMAT exam by 30 minutes as part of its ongoing focus on creating the best possible testing experience and offering user-friendly …

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The GMAT and Your MBA Application Strategy

Just about every MBA candidate needs to submit a GMAT or GRE score as part of their business school admission package, but not everyone has a clear grasp on when and how the exam fits …

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Why Can’t I Score Above 700 on the GMAT?

Every test taker seems to covet a 700+ score on the GMAT. For good reason too, since a score of 700 means that student broke into the 90th percentile—a big deal when the average GMAT …

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