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From GMAT To MBA, Coronavirus Shifts Business School Experience Online

Read our April 14 coronavirus roundup as the GMAT Online exam is announced and we ask whether online learning can rise to the covid-19 challenge

April 14 Roundup


GMAT Online Exam: Release & Reaction

The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), owner and administrator of the GMAT, has today announced the release of the GMAT Online exam, to help you complete your b-school application during the coronavirus pandemic.

You can now register to take the GMAT at home, online, with around-the-clock testing appointments available from April 20 to June 15. 

To help your GMAT prep, we’ve sourced 13 test prep tips for the new GMAT test from some of the world’s best admission consultants and we’ve had all your GMAT Online exam questions answered by the man behind the GMAT Vineet Chhabra. 

We’ve also launched our GMAT video guides, sharing our top tips for the GMAT Data Sufficiency section. 


GMAT Data Sufficiency Guide


Coronavirus sparks interest in online learning 

In a recent survey on US consumer behavior and attitude toward online learning as a result of COVID-19, more than 70% of respondents reported an increased interest in further education. 82% are interested in some form of online education, and 40% are drawn to pursuing further education.


Can Online Learning Rise To The Challenge?

After years of slow adoption, the coronavirus pandemic is forcing business schools online. So will this trigger a long-term shift? Read the full article.

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B-school expert warns of dangers of panic buying

Birmingham Business School's Andrew Parker explains the operational nightmare that coronavirus panic buying poses for supermarkets.

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How b-school professors teach online

Maciej Workiewicz, associate professor of management at ESSEC Business School, shows his online teaching setup.


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