The first priority of any aspiring MBA applicant should be to get a good GMAT score. As MBA programs increase their minimum GMAT requirements year after year and the exam becomes more complicated, getting 750+ seems like a far-off goal for busy executives.
In theory, preparing for the GMAT should be a straightforward academic endeavor. In practice, most GMAT students find it difficult to stay focused due to their busy schedules. Our most common problems are:
- Failure to create a realistic study plan, which leads to ineffective study sessions and thus, low score. Some candidates even give up on the GMAT altogether.
- Failure to focus on important GMAT skills, which leads to a lack of improvement in scores.
- Failure to identify key personal weaknesses, which leads to aimless studying sessions.
- Failure to even start preparing.
Therefore, a good, sustainable GMAT preparation plan is vital, especially when time is limited and deadlines are tight.
If you are on a tight deadline, and would like to maximise your score improvement, sign-up for a free GMAT consultation with our veteran trainers today. We will help you figure out the ideal preparation plan.