Whether you are preparing to take a graduate admissions exam for the first time or looking to improve your score, we want to support you in the process. Our complimentary GMAT/GRE workshop and online prep tool can help you prepare for success.

For applications now through July for a Fall 2020 start, you may request a GMAT/GRE waiver with your Wisconsin MBA application if you meet the following criteria:

  • If you have been awarded a terminal degree, such as JD, MD, PhD, or equivalent credentials from an accredited U.S. institution, or
  • If you have completed five or more years of professional work experience and earned an undergraduate cumulative GPA of 3.3 or higher.

Complete the waiver application to request a GMAT/GRE waiver.

Join Us for a Complimentary Prep Workshop

The Wisconsin Evening MBA Program offers test strategy workshops to help you increase your potential score. These workshops, which take place at Grainger Hall on the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus, are offered at no cost to you.

Our presenter is a highly-rated GMAT and GRE prep instructor with 10 years of experience in the test prep industry. She will demonstrate key test concepts and show you how to identify the correct methods to solve problems. You will also have an opportunity to network with current Evening MBA students and staff, and ask questions about the program.

Workshops are scheduled throughout the academic year. Please check our Admissions Events and Visits page for class listings.

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Good Study Habits Lead to Stronger Results

For those who want to know how to get a good GMAT or GRE score, preparation is very important. Statistics from the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) show that a higher number of study hours correlates with higher scores. The Wisconsin Evening MBA Program offers GMAT Preparation Tips that can help you get ready for testing day.

If you are taking the GMAT, you can take a free mini quiz from GMAC and the Wisconsin School of Business. A practice test is an effective way to replicate the testing environment and familiarize yourself with the types of questions asked on the GMAT.

Take a sample GMAT test