Take Control of Your GMAT Performance

We won’t bury the good stuff: from now until April 9, you can win a free copy of the new GMAT® Enhanced Score Report and the GMATPrep® Exam Pack 1, valued at $74.94.

If you’re planning to take (or retake) the GMAT before the 2015-16 application season kicks into high gear, you’re going to find these resources indispensable. With diagnostics in GMAC’s prep materials, the score preview on test day, and now the Enhanced Score Report, you truly do have the control to get the score you want.

Here’s a little more information about exactly how these tools will help you:

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The enhanced diagnostics in GMATPrep Exam Pack 1 give you detailed information about your performance on your practice exams—from format and timing to section content and study tips—before you take the real exam.

Score Preview gives you more control reporting your score to schools. You can take a look at your unofficial GMAT score at the test center and then decide whether you want to report it to your target programs or cancel it.

The new GMAT® Enhanced Score Report provides detailed analysis of your test performance, and makes it easy to see what question types you spent the most time on, pinpointing your strengths and weaknesses by subject and section. Every test taker can use the report differently. If you’re considering retaking the exam, your GMAT Enhanced Score Report can give you the information you need to reach your personal goals.

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