In case you missed the news, the GMAC recently announced some changes to the GMAT that will affect your test-taking experience starting on July 11, 2017.
Specifically, the GMAC is introducing a new feature that they're calling "Select Section Order," which is exactly what it sounds like. Designed to give candidates more flexibility in customizing their GMAT experience, "Select Section Order" will enable you to choose the order in which you complete the four sections of the GMAT exam.
Pretty interesting, huh?
But the real question is, what does it mean for you?
Is this even good news? Is one section order better than another? What if you're scheduled to take the GMAT before July 11th but like the idea of navigating the sections in a different order? And how should you decide which order to pick?
I'm going to answer all of these questions -- and more -- in a special Facebook Live broadcast this Wednesday, June 21st at 1:00pm Eastern Time U.S. (10:00am Pacific).
WHAT: Facebook Live...
Want to learn what it's like to work at a top consulting, Financial Services, or CPG company?
Want to get early insight on MBA careers, so you can hit the ground running when MBA recruiting starts this fall?
The team at RelishCareers is here to help: They'll be hosting a virtual MBA alumni panel designed to help incoming MBAs understand what it's like to work in various industries, learn about typical MBA roles, and get questions answered by a successful, experienced team of business school alumni. The panel will include MBA alumni from top global employers such as Accenture, American Express, M&T Bank, Under Armour, and more.
WHAT: An introduction to MBA recruiting from top b-school alumni
DATE: June 27, 207
TIME: 4:00pm EST (1:00pm Pacific)
WHERE: Online Webinar - Register HERE
This is a free event for registered attendees, and the content will be aimed at incoming MBA students at top...
Going to business school is one of the biggest investments you are going to make, both in time and money. So you want to make sure that you meet with the top schools, learn how to shine in the competitive admissions process, and turn your MBA dreams into reality.
The CentreCourt MBA Festival has been designed for MBA applicants by two of the world’s foremost authorities on business schools. John A. Byrne, editor-in-chief of Poets&Quants and Matt Symonds, bestselling MBA author and columnist for Forbes and The Economist are pulling together exceptional content and guest speakers – interviews, panels, workshops and school interaction – everything you need to know about the MBA.
This powerful event just wrapped up its New York and London stops, but they're still taking registrations for San Francisco on June 24, 2017. Learn more about the lineup of speakers...
If you’re planning to apply to Stanford GSB, you know your application must be exceptional: when you’re competing for a spot at a top program that only accepts about 6% of its applicants, you need to stand out!
How can you make a great case for admission?
Of course, there are other key strategies along the way. That’s why Accepted.com is hosting a free webinar, Get Accepted to Stanford GSB, to guide you through a proven framework for application success. And because your time is valuable, they’ve packed it all into just one hour.
Join Accepted on June 7, 2017 – the webinar is free, but you must reserve your spot!
In this webinar, presented by Accepted’s CEO and founder, Linda Abraham, you’ll learn:
…and most importantly, how to get accepted to business school!