Tips for Improving GMAT Score

Business Week has published a resource for business school applicants who wish to improve their performance on the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT). You'll find tips for maximizing your performance on the four-hour exam as well as sample questions.

  • How to Conquer the GMAT includes tips on how to take multiple choice questions and how to avoid common pitfalls. There are sample essay questions as well as a description of how multiple choice questions are formatted.
  • Test Your Skills helps you discover your personal strengths and weaknesses and provides tips for improving your weaker areas.
  • Sizing up the Exam explains the test, gives expert analysis of sample questions, and includes news reports about the GMAT.
  • The GMAT CAT describes the computerized exam and explains how you can improve your performance on the Computer Adaptive Test (CAT).

Go to Business Week's B-Schools for these tips and more.

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