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        We want to demonstrate our commitment to your privacy. In support of the changes to the EU data protection law, we’ve updated our privacy notice effective May 25, 2018.

        That’s why Chicago Booth partnered with the Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAC) to create the Executive Assessment, an admissions test designed specifically for Executive MBA candidates.

        The Executive Assessment helps us assess the core skills needed for the Executive MBA Program and offers a streamlined alternative to the GMAT that requires less preparation time and is shorter in duration.

        While the Executive Assessment Test is just one piece of your Executive MBA application, it signals that you share our values around academic rigor and the need to go deeper into the fundamentals of business. It also ensures that you and your classmates share the same dedication to the program. Learning new skills, studying, and taking tests will all be part of the MBA experience at Chicago Booth—and the Executive Assessment can help you identify areas for development as you prepare to become a student again.


        What’s on the Executive Assessment, and how can you prepare?

        The Executive Assessment Test evaluates candidates on higher-order reasoning in three sections: Integrated Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning, and Quantitative Reasoning. To view sample questions and practice tests, visit the GMAC website.

        In addition, Chicago Booth has created an exclusive, one-of-a-kind webinar series designed to help you prepare for the Executive Assessment. There are two parts to the series—one focusing on the Integrated Reasoning section of the test, the other on the Quantitative Reasoning section. Taught by a Chicago Booth professor, each features a deep dive into the material so you will be prepared for the exam and for the program.

        We encourage you to 中国社会现状download a previously recorded webinar.

        “I felt the Executive Assessment webinar was an investment in my success before I was even a student. I want to be at a place that wants me to do well—and attending the program at Chicago Booth since has reinforced that.”

        — Christy Valentine, Current Student, Executive MBA Program North America


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        “I was apprehensive about taking a standardized test for the first time in over a decade. Luckily, the Executive Assessment allows you to take the exam twice. When I took the EA for the first time, I spent too much time answering an initial question and ran out of time in the end. I found it very helpful to have seen the EA and experienced the testing environment once before. My second score ended up being significantly higher.”

        — Chris Panoff, Current Student, Executive MBA Program North America