The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a test that is administered by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) and is used as an entry exam for business schools in North America. Though it consists of high school Math and English, it is not as straightforward as it may may seem. Students usually prepare for the exam for three months on average.
To be admitted to a business school in the United States through the Kenya Airlift Program, you must study for the GMAT and achieve a score of 550, and the program will cover your relocation expenses upfront. Alternatively, you can choose a parallel program that will cover your relocation costs but will not require you to take the GMAT. The GMAT confers several benefits on students who sit for it and perform well, including admission to some of the most lucrative courses at the best universities in the United States.
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