New admission test for EMBA programs - Executive Assessment

New admission test for EMBA programs – Executive Assessment

GMAC is introducing a new admission test – Executive Assessment – which will replace the GMAT in the admission process to EMBA programs.

The Executive Assessment was specifically designed for busy, mid-to-late career professionals. It helps schools understand:

  • Your business school readiness
  • Your reasoning skills
  • What areas you need to strengthen before – or during – business school
  • How you compare to other candidates

The Executive Assessment is currently accepted at several leading business schools from around the world:

  • Columbia
  • Chicago Booth
  • INSEAD
  • LBS
  • HKU business school
  • CEIBS

What makes the Executive Assessment suitable for both business schools and Executive MBA candidates is its relevance. It is relevant to executives in terms of its content – much more focus on critical thinking, analysis and problem solving, much less on pure mathematics and grammatical structures – as well as in the amount of time needed for the test. There is no preparation required, and the test takes only 90 minutes.

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By |March 20th, 2016|EMBA, GMAC|Comments Off on New admission test for EMBA programs – Executive Assessment
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