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George Mason University Now Accepts the Executive Assessment for MBA Candidates

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Applicants applying to George Mason University’s School of Business MBA program may now submit the Executive Assessment (EA) test in place of a GMAT or GRE exam.

“As a top 50 ranked MBA program (U.S. News & World Report 2021), George Mason University’s MBA offers flexibility for working professionals while delivering an advanced curriculum based in leadership enrichment, strategy, tech savvy analytics, and multi-disciplined business comprehension. We strive to bring together a diverse group of students who can learn from one another as well as from our faculty,” says Jackie Buchy, senior assistant dean of Graduate Enrollment.

The EA exam, administered by the Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAC), targets experienced professionals and includes sections on integrated reasoning, verbal reasoning, and quantitative reasoning. According to GMAC, the EA exam accelerates the application process, draws more experienced applicants, and ensures applicants are properly prepared for the George Mason University MBA curriculum.

“Mason has emerged as a national example of access to excellence and a top-tier research university firmly committed to its public mission of expanding access to high-quality education. The EA will allow us to continue to deliver on that mission,” says Buchy.

Learn more about applying to the Professional MBA. The next application deadline is February 1, 2021.