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Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) for MBA Students

Marist College Master's of Business Administration graduate degree program requires Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) scores to be submitted with prospective student applications. An official GMAT score report taken within the last five years is accepted.

The GMAT is designed to measure an applicant's analytical, writing, quantitative, verbal and reading skills. It does not include measurements of business knowledge and skill or intelligence. The four sections of the exam are the Analytical Writing Assignment (AWA), Quantitative, verbal, and the newly added Integrated Reasoning. Questions are a combination of multiple choice and issue-oriented essay topics.

The GMAT is the standard entrance exam used for graduate schools of business. The test is prepared by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) and is use as an evaluation toward acceptance. The scale is 200 - 800. The Marist College reporting code is K9K-FZ-91 for GMAT test scores.

Prospective Marist MBA graduate students can view a class profile which includes median GMAT scores of applicants who have been accepted by our program. Prepare for your Master's in Business Administration and register for the GMAT today.