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ADDITIONAL GMAT PREP RESOURCES
The GMAT Computer Adaptive Test As many of you are entertaining plans for business school and consequently investigating the GMAT, you’ve most likely come across
What is the Integrated Reasoning Section? The integrated reasoning section was added to the GMAT by the Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAC) in June of
The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) was created by the Graduate Management Admission Council and is used by business schools throughout the United States for admissions. Much like the GRE, the GMAT involves material students often have not seen since high school, so preparation typically requires a mix of tutoring and extensive self-study. Testing is done on individually scheduled dates at private testing centers and using a computer system that adapts the test to each student’s individual performance. This question-adaptive computer interface is one of the most unique aspects of the GMAT, and it means that practicing the process of taking the test is just as important as mastering the content that is tested. Inspirica’s approach to tutoring the GMAT begins with this fact, and your tutor will ensure that you go into test day having had ample experience with the mechanics of taking the test.