Andrew Mendelssohn has been preparing students for the GMAT exam and assisting them through the application admission procedures for a number of years. He is also a legal skills professor at Pericles, Moscow.
One of the phrases I commonly hear from prospective MBA applicants is that they need to “pass the GMAT.” In my opinion there is no such thing as “passing the GMAT”. The GMAT can simply be linked to a door they need to pass through to reach their goal of being admitted to a business school. It requires having the right attitude, a focused approach, and adequate preparation.