GMAT & MBA Preparation

MBA Choices
Is an MBA right for you? What is the right program for you? Here are some Web sites that will help you with these questions.
a)   Official MBA site--- www.mba.com
b)      Graduate Management Admission Council site--- www.gmac.com/
c)      Affordable Colleges Foundation--- www.affordablecollegesonline.org/online-colleges/mba-programs/
d)      Discover Business Online Guide to MBA and Graduate Programs--- http://www.discoverbusiness.us/education/online-mba/
 
The Student Perspective
 Here are some Web sites that are either run or strongly influenced by students like you.
      a)      Students from around the world pose questions similar to those on the GMAT test---  www.gmatclub.com
      b)   Beat the GMAT: The mba social network--- http://www.beatthegmat.com/the-gmat-life-t10495.html
           
HELP ME!
 Here are some sites that could help add a few extra points to your score.
 a)      GMATTutor--- www.gmattutor.com
c)   Shawn Berry’s GMAT Preparation--- http://www.perfectgmat.com/admissions.html
      f)    Kahn Academy --- https://www.khanacademy.org/test-prep/gmat
      g)   Mometrix Academy --- http://www.mometrix.com
 
Financial Aid
 Here are some sites to help you get the funding you need.
a)      Free scholarship search site--- www.freschinfo.com
b)      MBA financial aid info site--- www.mbaapplicant.com/financial_aid.htm
 
Minority MBA Help
 These are sites designed to help minorities along the MBA path.
a)      National Black MBA Association--- www.nbmbaa.org
b)      National Society of Hispanic MBAS--- www.nshmba.org

The Future
Here are a few things to help you after you get your MBA.
The Robert Toigo Foundation--- www.toigofoundation.org

  
Revised by Keven Gray, 2011
Compiled by Rod C. Fluker, Jr., 2004
STUDENT LEARNING ASSISTANCE CENTER (SLAC)
Texas State University-San Marcos