Originally Posted: May 15, 2018
Last Updated: Feb 13, 2019
Around 6,500 graduate schools use GMAT scores as a critical factor in admission to their programs. With such emphasis riding on a single test, prospective students can easily become overwhelmed with the idea of taking it. But it doesn’t have to be a source of stress if students know how to prepare as effectively as possible.
There are a variety of GMAT practice exams available online, as well as resources with testing tips. Simulating the GMAT is extremely helpful, as it prepares students for the question style and topics covered in the test. Washington State University has also created a worthwhile infographic outlining even more helpful GMAT testing tips. Check it out below!