We’ve already fielded a few questions about the EA/mini GMAT and while we’re always happy to talk to you and answer your questions individually, we thought it might be a good idea to put something online to reach a wider audience.
Obviously, not much is available on the test yet, and our advice may evolve, but we feel that if you qualify for the EA and you prepare adequately, there is no reason why you shouldn’t be able to calibrate your performance on practice tests to ensure you get the score you need when you do sit for the test.
In terms of specific test prep advice, we’ll defer to Bara Sapir from Test Prep NY who stated, “Like regular GMAT study, we recommend between 4 and 8 weeks of study. However, rather than 15 – 20 hours a week, I’d say a student could do about half that, but might want to ramp up if they want to master the material, especially the math since they’ll need this when in their EMBA classes.”
Best of luck with your applications!
Keep up with us on:
You must be logged in to reply to this topic.