Millennials reveal GMAT strategies, TOP TIPS
The GMAT remains one of the most popular graduate degree options to get into a business school. Most top business schools including the likes of Stanford and Harvard require high GMAT scores. For example the average score of Stanford intakes is around 733, while Wharton averages at around 732. While the GMAT is an extremely important hurdle in most candidates' lives, it can also be quite challenging since the stakes are high. Here are some top GMAT strategies as revealed by top millennials:
1) Stephen Morse- Said Business School Oxford: He actually took the GRE (an alternative to the GMAT) and got a good score. Once he applied to Oxbridge, he was warned that having a GMAT score is considered important for entry into a top school. While he took the GMAT and worked hard for it, his advise is take both! The GMAT, in his opinion, is crucial to top business schools.
2) Sunny Sheng- Copenhagen Business School: Her top tips include:
(a) Look up your preferred school and its GMAT requirements so you know what you are aiming for.
(b) While cram schools may help, you still have to work for it.
(c) If english is your second language: Practice strategic reading.
(d) Be focused