Whether you're just getting started on your GMAT prep in Tucson or you're taking the test tomorrow, we’ve put together some tips to help raise your score. If you haven't registered for the GMAT, you'll find the list of GMAT testing centers available in Arizona. The test is computer-based and offered year-round, though Fridays and Saturdays tend to fill up quickly. It's wise to register early.
Once you're registered, check out average scores for schools you're applying to. Many schools, like Arizona State University or University of Arizona require or recommend specific GMAT scores depending on the type of program. We’ve put together data on the top business schools in the Tucson area, and the best options for GMAT prep.
It's not uncommon to take the GMAT more than once. You can take the GMAT once every 16 days, and no more than 5 times in a rolling twelve-month period. The average GMAT test-taker in Tucson spends about three months studying for the exam. Once you're registered for your test date, you can use a variety of books, apps, or prep courses to get ready for the exam.
GMAT prep courses are always available as an option to help you raise your score. If you can’t find a local option in Tucson, know there are many online options with live instruction available.
Our Experts' Picks: Best Graduate Schools near TUCSON, ARIZONA
|W. P. Carey School of Business Thunderbird School of Global Management||Arizona State University||Tempe Glendale, Arizona||Yes|
|Eller College of Management||University of Arizona||Tucson, Arizona||Yes|