When you are targeting your dream business school, a high GMAT score can make your application outstanding. Austin GMAT Review students got into their chosen MBA programs in part by studying hard and taking advantage of our excellent GMAT course and coaching.
Where you spend the next two years of your life pursuing an MBA is a major decision. Our graduates did not choose their business schools solely on the basis of MBA program rankings. Some picked their school based on closeness to home or business; some received scholarships; some had areas of special interest in which the chosen school excelled; some loved the school's culture and philosophy and knew that they belonged.
We suggest that you start researching MBA programs 6-8 months before you apply, giving yourself ample time to understand and evaluate relevant factors before deciding where to apply. If a business school seems a good fit for you, chances are the school will likewise find that you are a good fit for its program.
*Sources: School websites; Poets & Quants; GMAC (2017)
Austin GMAT Review is known for exceptional instruction and personal attention. We are very focused on helping our students meet their MBA goals, and we are proud of our many graduates who today are at distinguished MBA and Executive MBA programs all over the country.
In many instances, our graduates got acceptance letters from multiple business schools, and several received offers of scholarship ranging from partial tuition waivers to full scholarships. Below are a few of the business programs into which our graduates have been accepted.
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