The McDonough School at Georgetown University is consistently ranked as one of the world’s top business schools. As part of their global outreach to prospective MBA students, the McDonough School has opened up its high-profile Georgetown Global Forum event held in London on April 17th to candidates interested in studying at the school.
Your GMAT score can be the deciding factor of whether or not you get into your first-choice school. In fact, out the 250 admissions officers who responded to the 2008 Kaplan Business School Survey, 55% said that the GMAT was the most important component of the business school application. Are worries about the GMAT keeping you up at night? Here are some GMAT Tips so you can score well on the GMAT without sacrificing other parts of your application.
The new GMAT, or what's being referred to by Graduate Management Admission Council as the "next generation" GMAT, will be launched in June 2012. Although the new GMAT doesn't start until June, you can register for it now. What makes the new GMAT different? The biggest change is a new integrated reasoning section designed to measure a candidates ability to analyze different types of complex information. In order to make way for the new integrated reasoning section, the analytical writing assessment will be reduced from two 30 minute essays to one Analysis of Argument essay.