The GMAT study tips suggested in the video include getting to know your study habits, isolating sections you are weak at, taking prep courses, and using up-to-date study materials. Students in this video also share the amount of time they invested in their preparation.

 

Why do you need to achieve a high score on the GMAT?

Did you know that GMAT stands for Graduate Management Admission Test and that it was created by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) back in 1954?  Since then, GMAT has been the leading entrance exam for admission to MBA and Master’s degree programmes in Management, Finance and other business-related fields of study offered by international business schools and universities.

GMAC’s Profile of GMAT Testing report (2010-2014) illustrates the popularity and importance of the GMAT test:

Globally, more than 1.2 million Graduate Management Admission Test® (GMAT®) exams have been taken over the past five years by individuals interested in pursuing graduate management education. The GMAT exam is an important part of the admissions process for more than 6,100 graduate management programmes worldwide. A total of 243,529 GMAT exams were taken by prospective business school students around the world in testing year 2014. These examinees sent a total of 687,976 score reports to graduate-level management programmes across the globe.

With millions of GMAT test takers, there is tough competition for admission and scholarships for graduate programmes in finance, business and management. You can gain advantage by investing in focused GMAT preparation.  Start early and consider the GMAT study tips provided in this video.

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