If you want to get into a top business school, you have to take the GMAT – even if you’re an investment banker and have no time to sleep, let alone study for an exam.
As a result, you need to make your studying efficient and get the maximum results with the minimum amount of time invested.
Here’s exactly how you can do that and maintain your sanity while earning a high GMAT score that gets you into the top business schools in the world:
- CFA vs. MBA: Which One is Right for You?
- How to Take the GMAT as an Investment Banker
- Which GMAT Course Should You Use to Get Into Business School?
- Should You Get an MBA to Break Into Investment Banking?
We go over a couple different options in the review of different GMAT courses, but my top pick is the GMAT Pill by Zeke Lee – it’s just like the Breaking Into Wall Street courses offered on M&I, but for the GMAT rather than financial modeling.