Informationen über "GMAT"

  • A high GMAT doesn´t guarantee admission, but…

    A high GMAT score doesn´t ensure that you will be accepted at a business school. There are a lot of other factors. But nevertheless GMAT is a key factor in admission. According to the admission consultancy Admissionado it´s helpful to...

    • vom August 4, 2015
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  • Jobchancen: Unbrauchbarer GMAT

    Eine Studie zeigt, dass der Zulassungstest GMAT unbrauchbar ist, um die Employability der MBA-Absolventen vorherzusagen. Grundlage ist eine umfangreiche Analyse von Zulassungsunterlagen und Jobs von mehr als tausend MBA-Absolventen an der Rotman School of Management an der...

    • vom Juli 8, 2015
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  • Admission tests: GRE grows, GMAT drops

    Fewer people are taking the Graduate Management Admissions Test, or GMAT, to get into business school. But the Graduate Record Examinations, or GRE—which has increasingly marketed itself as an alternative to the GMAT—has seen double-digit growth in test-takers...

    • vom April 6, 2015
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  • GMAT-Score: Americans drop behind Asians

    New waves of Indians and Chinese are taking America’s business-school entrance exam and their scores are much higher than the scores of Americans – especially in the quantitative section . That’s causing a big problem for prospective M.B.A.s...

    • vom November 9, 2014
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  • MBA-Admission: Most business schools now accept GRE and GMAT

    For a long time the GMAT was the only admission test accepted by business schools. Meanwhile 85% of business schools accept the GRE as an admissions alternative according to Kaplan Test Prep’s 2014 survey of 204 business...

    • vom Oktober 27, 2014
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  • Deutschland: MBA im Aufwind?

    Immer wieder berichten deutsche und internationale Medien, dass das Interesse am MBA in Deutschland stark zunimmt. Begründet wird das mit der Zunahme der deutschen Teilnehmer am Zulassungstest GMAT. Doch das ist falsch. Im vergangenen Jahr war es...

    • vom September 3, 2014
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  • Conrad Chua, Judge Business School

    The easy answer would be that I want my students to have both a high GMAT and the right personality but, as a Head of Admissions, I don’t always have the luxury of easy choices. If presented...

    • vom August 1, 2014
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