A 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 does not yield … Read full post