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GMAT Prep Pays Off for Prospective Business School Students

It’s nothing new to discover that preparation pays off. But when it comes to standardized tests, such as the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT), what’s really helpful for prospective business school students is knowing how much preparation is enough. A new study from the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) gathered just that data. According to […]

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Why the GRE test? The History of a Graduate School Entrance Test

Graduate school entrance tests are one of the first steps in pursuing an MBA degree. At George Mason’s School of Business, an official GMAT test score or GRE test score is required for admission to the Mason MBA program (GMAT/GRE waivers may be considered). History of GRE The Graduate Record Examination or GRE has been administered by the Educational Testing […]

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Why a GMAT test? The History of the Graduate School Entrance Test

Graduate school entrance tests are one of the first steps in pursuing an MBA degree. At George Mason’s School of Business, an official GMAT test score or GRE test score is required for admission to the Mason MBA Program (GMAT/GRE waivers may be considered). History of the GMAT The Graduate Management Admission Test or GMAT has been administered by the […]

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2016 MBA Application Trends

The infographic below from the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) gives a snapshot into the prospective MBA student and MBA application trends this year. According to this 2016 student survey, applications for full-time, one-year MBA programs, online MBA programs, and Executive MBA programs are all up this year. In addition, 57% of one-year MBA programs […]

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