Webinar: Integrated Reasoning and Admissions

Thursday, December 6 2012 11 am EST | 4 pm GMT | 9:30 pm IST | 12 pm HKT

New GMAC data provide insight into six months of GMAT testing with Integrated Reasoning. This session will explore the relationship between IR scores and other elements of an applicant’s profile.  A panel of admission directors will also share insights into the role that IR has played in their admissions process.

Overview

Integrated Reasoning and Admissions

Integrated Reasoning & AdmissionsYou’re beginning to receive GMAT score reports with an Integrated Reasoning score, and it’s a new data point to consider when evaluating applicants. How do Integrated Reasoning scores fit into your tool kit of measures with which to evaluate and select the best students for your programs? What do IR scores tell you about an applicant’s ability to succeed both in your classroom as well as later in the corporate environment?

Thank you for joining us on Thursday, December 6, at 11 am EST, to learn more about how to best use this new score. 

New GMAC data provided insight into six months of GMAT testing with Integrated Reasoning. This session explored the relationship between IR scores and other elements of an applicant’s profile. A panel of admission directors will also share insights into the role that IR has played in their admissions process.

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Presenters

Hear from the following GMAC Staff and School Panelists during this presentation:

  • Michelle Sparacino, Associate Director, GMAT Program
  • Bill Sandefer, Senior Director of Admissions, University of California, Davis, Graduate School of Management
  • Dawna Clarke, Director of Admissions, Dartmouth College, The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth
  • Oliver Ashby, Senior Manager Recruitment and Admissions, London Business School
Moderated by Betsy Kacizak, Professional Education & Training Senior Manager

Resources

Explore GMAC's Integrated Reasoning resources below.

Webinar Files

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