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Economist GMAT Tutor, a product from Which MBA? at The Economist Group, announced the launch today of its first ever BRIGHTEST MINDS MBA SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST.
The contest is open to all prospective MBA or EMBA students worldwide. The winner will be the student who scores the highest on The Economist GMAT Tutor simulation test. The simulated GMAT exam utilizes adaptive technology similar to that of the real GMAT, so the difficulty level adjusts according to the test-taker’s ability. The winning student will be awarded a $25,000 scholarship towards tuition to one of the premiere business school sponsors, listed below.
– The Rady School of Management
– UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School
– International University Of Monaco
– Melbourne Business School
– Audencia Nantes, School of Management
– CEIBS – China Europe Int’l Business School
– University of Virginia Darden School of Business
– National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School
– HEC Paris MBA
– Indiana University Kelley School of Business
– Yonsei University School of Business (Yonsei Global MBA)
– University of Oregon Lundquist College of Business
– Warwick Business School
– University of Florida MBA Programs
– Grenoble Graduate School of Business
– University of Edinburgh Business School
– The St. Gallen MBA
– Weatherhead School of Management Global MBA
“Many of our readers develop a relationship with The Economist as students and early in their careers because they recognize the increasing importance of a global perspective to business success,” said David Kaye, SVP of Economist Media Businesses, who added, “We are pleased to connect students with schools that can help them take the next step in their careers while offering a few outstanding students financial support towards their goals.”
The contest officially opens February 1, 2014 and will close at 11:59pm EST on April 25, 2014. The winner will be announced on May 15th at the Which MBA? Online Fair. Five runners-up will receive a free GMAT preparation course from Economist GMAT Tutor, worth $550 each.
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A student recently wrote questioning why his GMAT score was lower than expected based upon the number of questions he missed in the quantitative section and his sectional scores. We replied with the following explanation.
It’s important to understand that due to the rounding and ten point segmentation the GMAT uses when calculating sectional and total scores from your raw score, the real scoring algorithm commonly produces a slightly different total score for the same pair of sectional scores and vice versa. For example, it is not an error to see one student earn a total GMAT score of 580 paired with a 35 verbal and 35 math and to also see another student earn a total GMAT score of 570 paired with a 35 verbal and 35 math. This is due to the fact that your total GMAT score is not calculated directly from your GMAT section scores. Instead, both your total and sectional GMAT scores are derived from your underlying raw score.
Moreover – the location of your mistakes within the test are critically important in determining your score. A miss near the beginning of a section is a much higher deduction than a miss at the end of the section. This is another reason you can’t easily compare results based solely on “number of missed questions” – I hope that sheds some light on scoring within the GMAT. Best of luck in your preparations!
By popular demand we’ve just released a GRE score calculator to help you convert old GRE scores to revised GRE scores. Let us know what you think!
GMAC is scheduled to update the GMAT starting June 2012 with an entirely new section called “Integrated Reasoning” – read more about the pending changes here.
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