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According to the results of Kaplan Test Prep’s annual survey of business school admissions officers, 92 percent of B-schools now let applicants choose between submitting GMAT or GRE scores.

This number is up slightly from 90 percent in 2015. More significantly, it has skyrocketed from 24 percent in 2009, the first year Kaplan started tracking which schools take GRE scores. This trend points to growing acceptance of the GRE as a business school admissions test in recent years.

One reason the GRE may be catching on among adcoms is that it allows schools to bring more diverse fields of applicants…

Is business school on the horizon for you? Before you can jump into preparing your MBA application, you need to take an entrance exam. If, like many applicants, it’s been a while since you’ve taken a multi-hour standardized test, preparing for a huge test like the GMAT can feel overwhelming. Where do you start? When do you seek help? Where do you turn for test-prep advice?

Fortunately, there are a lot of resources out there when it comes to preparing for the GMAT or GRE. And while this article will focus on preparing for the GMAT, all of the companies…

10 Things to Expect on GRE Test Day

Are you thinking about applying to business school?

No matter what program you choose, most schools will require a standardized test score as a part of your application package. And for many students who are interested in business school but not certain that it’s the right choice, taking the GRE is the right option.

The GRE is a long test, requiring nearly four hours to complete. Today’s article will help you feel ready to tackle test day, regardless of your post-GRE plans.

Let’s get started.

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For students who are considering applying to business school, one of the questions they most want the answer to is “What score do I need on the GMAT or GRE to get into my target schools?”

In other words, you probably want to know what is a good GRE score.

You won’t find a single answer to this question that works for every student. Different backgrounds, different MBA programs, and different applications will produce different results for every person.

Fortunately, what we can do is give you enough information to determine for yourself what a good score would be, and more…

Are you preparing to take a TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE exam for business school admissions?

We’ve talked in a previous article about how to choose which test to take, but what do you do if you’re just getting started with the studying process?

There are two basic ways to study for an English proficiency exam: studying for test questions, and studying English in general. If you want to get a good score on the TOEFL, the PTE, or the IELTS, you’ll need to do both kinds of studying.

In this article, we’ll look at eight strategies that you should take advantage…


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