The GMAT is one of the most accurate predictors of how well you will perform in a graduate level business program. As a result, this is one of the primary data points that an Admissions Committee will use to assess your candidacy.
It's safe to say that most people are extremely nervous about taking a standardized exam. My recommendation for anyone falling into this category is do not go into the GMAT exam blind without the proper practice. Your preparation should definitely include taking practice tests and getting comfortable with the GMAT's computer-adaptive format.
On Saturday, February 2, we are teaming up with Kaplan to offer a free computer-based, fully adaptive practice GMAT in our computer lab in UIC's Douglas Hall from 9:30am-12:00pm. Attendees will receive their scores immediately, as well as a breakdown of several test questions and time management tips.
Seating is extremely limited for this event so please register today.
To register to take this practice exam with UIC Liautaud, please click here.