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GMAT VS IN HOUSE ADMISSIONS TEST

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fsamara Newbie | Next Rank: 10 Posts Default Avatar
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GMAT VS IN HOUSE ADMISSIONS TEST

Post Mon Jan 07, 2008 9:59 pm
GMATTERS,

I am in the process of getting everything ready to apply to Instiuto de Empresa. My question, is it easier, harder, or better to take the school's admissions test instead of the GMAT ? pros/cons (assuming that's the only school I am applying for)

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Post Wed Jan 09, 2008 6:10 am
I personally would take the GMAT as it's a standardised test recognised globally (recognised in most parts of the world).

But if you are considering applying to only one university then there's no need for you to take GMAT unless your "in-house-entrance-test" fees is more than $250. Wink

Personally I am not familiar with entrance test at 'Instiuto de Empresa' so I cannot compare it with GMAT.
But again I would take GMAT as there are more resources / aid available for GMAT studies online or offline than any local test. Also you never know about your future development, I should be more open and take a general/global stardardised test!

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Post Wed Jan 09, 2008 12:52 pm
aim-wsc wrote:
I personally would take the GMAT as it's a standardised test recognised globally (recognised in most parts of the world).

But if you are considering applying to only one university then there's no need for you to take GMAT unless your "in-house-entrance-test" fees is more than $250. Wink

Personally I am not familiar with entrance test at 'Instiuto de Empresa' so I cannot compare it with GMAT.
But again I would take GMAT as there are more resources / aid available for GMAT studies online or offline than any local test. Also you never know about your future development, I should be more open and take a general/global stardardised test!
i agree!

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