How to Create a Study Plan for the Executive Assessment

Posted by Graduate Management Admission Council on Mar 3, 2020 7:30:00 AM

Whether you want to transition to a new industry or increase your earning potential, it is necessary to submit a competitive application when preparing to attend business school. Your prior education, current title, industry, and experience—along with your score on the Executive Assessment (EA)—will be factors that admissions teams take into account.

Business schools are not looking for a perfect score on the EA; they are gaining a more holistic understanding of how you will fit into a program and will recognize your potential for growth. However, it is still important to set aside time to properly prepare for the Executive Assessment. Some executives are ready for the EA after 15 to 20 hours of studying, while many commit up to 30 hours.

Here are a few guidelines to consider as you prepare.

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Topics: Executive Assessment, graduate business school test, executive assessment preparation

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