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Austin GMAT Review offers the best GMAT prep course and MBA admissions consulting services in Central Texas. Our goal for you, our student, is to not only achieve your best possible GMAT score, but also win admission into the business school of your choice.  Here we offer information for prospective GMAT test-takers and MBA candidates. Read more about the GMAT, and check out frequently asked questions about GMAT preparation.

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Opinion: The Shorter GMAT Is A Good Thing That Could Have Been Radically Better
Shortening the GMAT would seem to be a step towards simplification – right? Well, yes and no. The shorter GMAT should improve your test-taking experience in one important aspect. However, I also believe that GMAC missed several potential opportunities for improvement.
by Dr. Amar, Founder of Austin GMAT Review
December 1, 2020
Applications Have Dipped at U.S. Business Schools. Will GMAT Score Averages Take a Dive?
In 2018, 70% of U.S. business schools were reporting application declines, and applications nationwide were down 6.6%. I wondered: Was the pool of quality applicants drying up? Would the slump in applications slow or reverse the relentless rise of GMAT averages?
by Dr. Amar, Founder of Austin GMAT Review; research by Elaine Conces
December 1, 2020
Making the Most of an MBA Admissions Event
Get a few tips for MBA admissions events to not only help you make a good impression on the admissions gatekeepers, but also help you improve your applications. MBA events offer valuable opportunities to talk with admissions officers about their programs, so make the most of these rare occasions.
by Elaine Conces, VP of Graduate Programs
December 1, 2020
Common Letter of Recommendation: The Biggest Headache Relief for Applicants that You Haven’t Heard Of
GMAC, the maker of the GMAT, has quietly led a business school movement to standardize on a Common Letter of Recommendation, and this year, without much fanfare, 32 U.S. schools and three international schools have adopted it. What does this mean for you?
by Elaine Conces, VP of Graduate Programs
December 1, 2020
GMAT Section Selection: You Really Want to Do AWA First? Seriously?
The GMAT requires hours of intense concentration. Your ability to focus may peak anywhere from 30 minutes to 90 minutes, and as fatigue, hunger, or stress sets in, that focus may waiver. This is why I believe that the order of your exam sections might be used as a strategic advantage.
by Dr. Amar, Founder of Austin GMAT Review
December 1, 2020
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