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Taking the GMAT before the test change: What if something goes wrong?

May 26, 2012 by

GMAT BlogA lot of people are taking the GMAT this month.  June 2nd is that last day to take the test in its current form, and after a two day blackout the New GMAT goes live on June 5th.  The only real change will be the addition of a new 30 minute, 12 question section called Integrated Reasoning (IR), which will take the place of the Issue essay.  [To learn more about the test change and how to prepare for it, visit www.testchange.com.]  The savvy aspirant graduate student has made the strategic decision to avoid the Integrated Reasoning section and take the GMAT before that section launches.

The decision is a sound one, but these test prep strategists find themselves in a stressful situation.  No one wants to take the GMAT more than once, but we all know that is a very real possibility if test day … Read full post

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