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The Graduate Management Admissions Test, or GMAT, is administered by Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) and is accepted by over 6,000 graduate business programs at close to 1,700 universities and organizations around the world. The GMAT is a computer based standardized test designed to measure critical thinking, analytical writing, integrated reasonings (evaluating information presented in multiple formats), verbal reasoning, and quantitative reasoning skills. The question types are intended to reflect the kind of thinking you’ll do and the skills you need to succeed in business school programs. Visit the GMAT website to learn more about the GMAT and how to register.
Campus GMAT Preparation Resources
UNT has several programs to help you prepare for the GMAT:
This FREE online video workshop created by the Learning Center is designed to help you become familiar with the structure of the test, types of questions you will encounter, material tested, useful strategies for studying, and what to expect the day of the test. Click on the image below to start watching now.
Please note: Beginning July 11, 2017 the GMAC changed the format of the GMAT to allow you to select the order of your sections of the exam from three options. This is not discussed in the Overview video. Click here to learn more about this change and how to select section order.
Online GMAT Minicourse
Lifelong Learning and Professional Development at UNT offers an online GMAT minicourse. There is a registration fee for the course. Current UNT faculty, staff, and students are eligible for a discounted rate. Click here for more information.
Online GMAT Preparation Resources
There are several online resources that provide free preparation resources and tools for the GMAT. Some of these also have additional resources you can pay for, but this is not always necessary.
If you are looking for information on paid test prep services, you can find reviews, service details, and course descriptions for GMAT prep courses at Reviews.com.