We have 10 reasons.

  1. The Executive Assessment is specifically designed for Executive MBA (EMBA) programs.

  2. Executive Assessment scores are highly correlated to EMBA classroom performance.

  3. The assessment is focused on helping you assess candidate readiness (and not necessarily on screening candidates out).

  4. Because the assessment is comprised of three short 30-minute sections and requires modest preparation, candidates have told us it is less of a hurdle.

  5. Taking the assessment will allow candidates to demonstrate their commitment to your program and in turn help you gain earlier visibility into your pipeline.

  6. The assessment will help you understand which candidates are ready now and which ones need some foundational support before or during the program.

  7. Designed to meet the high quality levels for which GMAC is known, the Executive Assessment will assist you in maintaining brand standards for your program.

  8. The assessment is globally accessible year round at over 600 centers.

  9. Using the assessment can help you gain greater consistency in admissions rigor.

  10. The assessment provides an objective tool to help you ensure a consistent classroom experience.

Accepting Schools

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Baruch College Zicklin School of Business
Belmont University Massey Graduate School of Business
Berkeley
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Chapman University Argyros School of Business and Economics
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Concordia JMSB logo
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Duke Fuqua School of Business
EGADE Business School, Tecnologico de Monterrey
Emory Goizueta Business School
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ESMT Berlin
Great Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai
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IE Business School
IESE
Imperial College Business School
Insead
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Lisbon MBA logo
London Business School
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Monash Business School
Nanyang Business School
New York University Leonard N. Stern School of Business
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The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business
University of Oxford Saïd Business School
Rice
Rutgers EMBA
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Seattle University Albers School of Business and Economics
Singapore Management University
SMU Cox logo
Tsinghua logo
UCD Smurfit
University of Calgary Haskayne School of Business
UC Irvine Paul Merage School of Business
UCLA
University of Cambridge – Cambridge Judge Business School
University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management
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Vanderbilt
Vlerick Business School
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WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business)
Yale SOM