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What is the GMAT Exam?

The Graduate Management Admission Test™ (GMAT) exam score is used by graduate business and management programs when evaluating candidates for admission. 

And it can open the door for financial aid and scholarship opportunities.

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Business Schools Believe in the GMAT Exam

"We have evidence that the GMAT is a very good predictor of how a student will perform in our program. That’s why the GMAT exam is very important to us. And that’s why we believe in it.” —Julie Barefoot, Associate Dean of Admissions, Emory University, Goizueta Business School

Click here to hear why William and Mary’s Mason School of Business believes the GMAT is a solid predictor of academic success and one of their most important factors in the admissions process.

The GMAT exam is your first step to a career in business. Why?

Demonstrates your commitment to business. Prepping for and taking the GMAT shows schools that you’re serious about a business career.

Showcases you. Your performance on the GMAT exam proves your mastery of the skills that are most relevant in any business classroom or career—logic, problem-solving, data sufficiency, and critical reasoning.

Employers value it. Recruiters from top investment banking and management consulting firms consider GMAT scores during their hiring process.

Provides you more options. The GMAT is accepted by over 7,000 graduate business programs worldwide. And your GMAT may unlock financial aid and scholarship opportunities. Click here to learn more.

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