GMAT. GRE. Grrr! How to Take the Pain out of MBA Test Prep

     

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It’s universal. Studying for and taking the entrance exams required for admission to many MBA programs is a low point for many in the MBA application process. 

And yet, there’s no getting around it: You'll need to take the GMAT or GRE in order to apply to a top MBA program.

Maybe you’re several years out from a school setting and have forgotten how to study. Maybe your math skills need some sharpening. Maybe the thought of coming home after a long day and logging several hours of exam prep is soul crushing.

We at the Berkeley MBA Programs hear you. And while we can't make the tests go away, we do have some tips on making test prep as pain free as possible.

From understanding exactly what you're up against to learning how to pace yourself, we hope our new ebook Avoiding the GMAT/GRE Blues helps you feel at the top of your game.

We've even included two "Countdown to test day" planners—one for a 9-week schedule and one on an accelerated 5-week schedule.

Download the free ebook, and we wish you the best with your MBA applications!

Help Me Avoid the GMAT/GRE Blues

 

 

About The Author

Susan is Director of Admissions for the Berkeley MBA for Executives Program. She has nearly twenty years of experience in marketing and advertising, having worked in several different industries including technology, travel, healthcare -- and many others from her media planning days at J. Walter Thompson where her clients included Chevron, Kaiser Permanente, Nestle, and Ford. She enjoys advising prospective students and guiding them through their personal MBA experience.