Submitted by Nicole Lindsay, a career development expert who is working on her first book about women and business school. She is a former MBA admissions officer, MBA recruiter and non-profit executive. Connect with Nicole at @MBAMinority.
Provided by Carol Swanberg, Assistant Dean and Director of Graduate Admissions, Peter J. Tobin College of Business, St. John’s University
It may not be necessary to take a course in preparation for the GMAT. If you are very organized and approach preparing for the GMAT as carefully as you do for your applications, you are in a position to study on your own. To start, you may want to take the free sample test on mba.com to get a sense of the test questions and to assess which section(s) you may need to spend more time reviewing.