End of week roundup
You can now take physical notes in the GMAT Online Exam!
Good news for all GMAT test-takers! The Graduate Management Admission Council has introduced a physical whiteboard option for the GMAT Online Exam, released as a temporary solution for candidates applying to b-school during the coronavirus pandemic.
Previously, some candidates expressed concerns over using the online whiteboard tool, which took a little getting used to. From June 11th, that’s no longer a problem as you’ll be able to take down written notes during your exam and have the option of using a physical whiteboard, online whiteboard, or both.
With many GMAT test centers still closed, GMAC has also announced an extension to its use of the GMAT Online Exam with new appointments available until mid-July.
BusinessBecause Cost of MBA Report 2020
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Stanford launches free program addressing COVID-19 challenges
Stanford is launching a 10-week global innovation sprint and free online entrepreneurial program that addresses key challenges emerging from COVID-19.
Starting June 22, Stanford Rebuild is structured to inspire the next generation of businesses that rebuild our economy and create solutions to address the ‘new normal’. The program invites students, entrepreneurs, innovators, and business leaders worldwide to participate in an investigation of ideas and solutions that will help us accelerate the path to a better post-COVID future.
GMAC CEO speaks out on US visa policies
This tool helps you assess your readiness for business school
Accepted.com has launched the free-to-use MBA Admissions Calculator, which helps applicants determine their admissions readiness. Try it out below: