The GMAT is by far the most influential standardized test for admissions into business schools. Business school applicants, recruiters and admission committees recognize the importance of this exam, and the new modifications will influence the way takers prepare for the test.
“Those applying to business school are concerned about the new GMAT exam and how it will impact them” said Conrad Egusa, founder of 2minuteGMAT. “Unfortunately few resources are available. We created this guide to help.”
With the Guide To The New GMAT, we start by helping the test taker. For those hoping to attend business school in the future, there can be incredible pressure to do well on the GMAT.
The Guide To The GMAT helps by providing a background on the GMAT test, along with points about how the new test contrasts with the older test. The guide then discusses the similarities, and provides samples questions and opinions from thought leaders about the exam.
One section the guide focuses on is the new Integrated Reasoning Section, which is causing many particular anxiety. This new section consists of four different types of questions, asking takers to analyze and synthesize data and information presented in different formats.
If you are looking for comprehensive and up to date information on the new GMAT, look no further than the 2minuteGMAT Guide To The New GMAT. Learn more at: http://www.2minutegmat.com/
Founded in 2009, 2minuteGMAT guarantees that you will improve your GMAT score by 50 points or your money back. We send you a unique email every day for 6 months with 10 GMAT Questions of the Day (5 Math and 5 Verbal), a daily blurb about top business schools, and advice from experts on how to improve your GMAT score. Visit the 2minuteGMAT blog for updates and GMAT tips.
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