If you’re finding yourself frustrated right now because you are worried about MBA application deadlines, yet you still don’t have the GMAT score you want, know that there’s always the option to take that blasted test one more time.
Does standardized test anxiety debilitate you? Are you worried about your GMAT score? Do you simply have no time to prepare? Why not just skip the test altogether?
Over the past several years, there has been a subtle migration away from GMAT exclusivity among the top b-schools-but why?
This is the time of year when many b-school hopefuls are taking the GMAT test in anticipation of nailing down a great score before application season begins in earnest.
After all, your score will help determine where you will be a competitive applicant and can also help you narrow down your school selections. It is essentially everyone's jumping off point in the application process, and one that gets most people feeling anxious. A common point of stress is often over which sections of the GMAT are most important.
Lots of folks ask about quitting their jobs when applying to business school, but are there reasons for doing so that will not put off the admissions committees? Perhaps.