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Additional Information about Test Preparation
Standardized admission tests (TOEFL, GMAT, GRE and others) were originally introduced in the United States in order to determine whether an applicant possessed the specific knowledge and skills necessary to pursue a particular program of study. Today these tests are used by many schools worldwide as an objective and convenient tool to assess the performance potential of their prospective students.
There are schools that do not require their applicants to take any standardized tests. There are other schools that exempt some categories of applicants from presenting the test results. Yet, there are schools that organize their own entrance examination as substitution to standardized test. To find out specific admission test requirements, contact your school for detailed information.
Standardized admission tests fall into three main categories:
• test that measures English language proficiency (TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC)
• test required for undergraduate study (SAT, ACT)
• test required for professional and graduate programs (GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MAT, and others)
Standardized admission tests are normally multiple-choice aptitude tests that are administered in the same testing conditions in many testing locations throughout the globe. Some of standardized tests are now given in the computer adaptive format (CAT, Computer Adaptive Testing).
MBA Center website gives you an opportunity to take a diagnostic test of your choice online. The tests are free and destined at measuring your initial level and determining your weak points - thus showing you the areas of concentration in your preparation for the official test. After you complete the diagnostic test, you will instantly see your score and be able to review your answers. Click here to begin the testing.
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- GMAT, the Graduate Management Admission Test, is required almost without exception by business schools throughout the world. Click here to find out more about the GMAT and how to prepare for this test with the MBA Center GMAT courses.
- TOEFL, the Test of English as a Foreign Language, is recognized and accepted globally by colleges and universities as a proof of English mastery required for academic purposes. To learn more about the TOEFL courses at your local MBA Center and TOEFL practice tests click here.
Other featured tests:
TOEIC, Test of English for International Communication
IELTS, International English Language Testing System
SAT, Scholastic Aptitude Test
GRE, Graduate Record Examination
LSAT, Law School Admissions Test
CFA, Chartered Financial Analyst
TAGE-MAGE, Test d’Aptitude aux Études de Gestion (in French)
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