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UCL GBSH Feature: Why The GMAT Is Still Favoured By Business Schools

11 December 2021

Shannon Cook at Business Because reports on why the GMAT remains a favoured way of screening applicants for MBA programmes.

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In this Business Because article, UCL Global Business School for Health (UCL GBSH) programme director Nora Colton is featured discussing why the GMAT is an important screening method for potential MBA students at business schools.

Reporter Shannon Cook explains that for business school admissions teams, a GMAT score provides proof that students will be able to handle the academically rigerous nature of an MBA.

Nora Colton agrees, explaining to Cook that, “The GMAT score is important for assessing a candidate’s aptitude for being able to have a successful MBA experience. The exam is designed to demonstrate essential critical thinking and reasoning skills that will be required in an MBA program and beyond.” 

Read the full article here

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