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When it comes time to choose the perfect program for your needs, you need to select one that is going to accommodate your schedule. Various opportunities exist, so you need to take the time to think about how quickly you want to graduate and how much time you have to devote to your education.
Test Sections in the GMAT In the GMAT, there are four distinct sections: Analytical Writing Assessment, Quantitative, Verbal and Integrated Reasoning. You are allotted 3.5 hours for completion of the exam. Plan for around four hours to complete the test from start to finish with all of the breaks you are allowed.
Study Tips for the GMAT Now that you have made the decision to take the GMAT, it is important that you develop a plan for studying to ensure success on the test. Numerous options exist for you to train and prepare yourself for success, but you have to take the proper steps in the beginning to get the ball rolling.
Cost Differences in an MBA Program Numerous factors come into play when it comes to an MBA program. Everything from the number of students to the amount of technology on campus can play a part in the cost of tuition for students. If you attend an online program, you can spend anywhere from $10,000 on up to $91,000.
Earning your MBA is an excellent way to move from a traditional employee into a managerial position at a company. Since most of the programs require you have at least some work experience, it will help you to move up in your organization once you have your degree. An organization is only as good as the leaders they have running it, so employers are continually looking for those who will bring something to their company.
MBA Accrediting Organizations
The following are non-affiliated organizations that have information on accredited business schools and the MBA programs they offer:
- International Association for Management Education. (AACSB)
- Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs. (ACBSP)
- International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education. (IACBE)
Getting into An MBA Program
Private institutions and organizations that can help students prepare for MBA admissions. Services include assistance with GMAT and TOEFL testing and also include procedural assistance for the MBA application process:
- MBA Exchange
- Admissions Essays
- MBA Essays- Advising and Editing service
Guidance for MBA Students
Organizations that can provide support and mentoring for MBA students and career counseling:
- MBA Mentors International
- MBA On-Line Community