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These are challenging times but staying motivated and optimistic will get us through. Though many aspects of our lives have been disrupted by the coronavirus outbreak, your goals and aspirations don’t have to be put on hold. Throughout this page check out our tips to advance on your business school journey while social distancing and doing your part to stop the spread.

Prepping for the GMAT™ exam?

Take advantage of your time at home and check out our best test prep tips and resources.

Working from home and online?

Our advice for finding balance and advancing your career while teleworking.

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Business schools and the GMAT exam are adapting to keep your plans on track.

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COVID-19: Updates from business schools around the world on deadline extensions, fee waivers, and more.

COVID-19 Program Updates: Application Deadlines

Many programs have updated their application deadlines and processes in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Find specific information about your program.

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Thrive While Social Distancing

Working from home and avoiding crowds are essential to social distancing to prevent the spread of coronavirus, but adjusting to this new reality can be challenging. We’ve put together some practical advice to help you adapt to remote work, and stay productive while preparing for business school.

How to advance your career even while working from home during social distancing and coronavirus

How to Advance Your Career Even While Working from Home

Working from home during the coronavirus outbreak doesn’t mean you have to put your career ambitions on hold. Seize the moment with these helpful tips. Read more>

read our take on staying positive and productive while you social distance during the COVID-19 pandemic

How to Stay Positive and Productive in Uncertain Times

It can be hard to stay motivated amidst all the negative news. Follow these five tips to help you stay happy, focused, and productive while working from home. Read more>

check out our self-isolation reading list to pass the time and help strengthen your MBA application when the time comes.

Coronavirus Self-Isolation Reading List

Make the most of staying home with our self-isolation reading list. Put together with help from top business schools, this reading list will help you pass the hours and strengthen your MBA application. Read more>

Listen to the BusinessBecause podcast: the business school questions to listen to interviews with business school experts and get your admissions questions answered

The Business School Questions Podcast

Sit back, relax and learn something new! This podcast is perfect for anyone considering business school. Listen to interviews with b-school experts and unlock the answer to a key admissions question. Read more>

Make Progress on Your B-School Goals

Stay productive while social distancing. This is the perfect time to submit or check on your business school applications, make the most of a virtual MBA event, and learn more about how MBA and business master's programs are adjusting their admissions processes amid the coronavirus pandemic.

COVID-19 and  your business school applications: Five things you should be thinking about

COVID-19 and Your Business School Applications

The coronavirus may be keeping you at home, but it shouldn't keep you from your business school goals. Here are five things for those currently in the admissions process to consider. Read more>

Coronavirus: You can still make an impression at a virtual MBA event

Coronavirus: Making an Impression at a Virtual MBA Event 

COVID-19 has shifted MBA tour events online. But don't worry, as always, prep is the key to doing well and standing out. Here are eight tips to help you put your best virtual foot forward. Read more>

Read about the flexibility business schools are providing candidates during the coronavirus pandemic with fee waivers and deadline extensions

Deadline Extensions, Fee Waivers, and More: Business School Updates

MBA and business master’s programs are showing unprecedented flexibility to help you keep your plans on track during this time. Get a look at what  different schools are doing. Click here>

Why Now

Investing in your education and keeping your professional options open are the best ways to set yourself for long-term success in a future that feels increasingly uncertain. Read why current students value their MBA experience now more than ever.

The GMAT™ Online Exam Is Here

Ready to make your b-school dreams a reality? An interim online exam has been developed to help you meet upcoming application deadlines and stand out in the admissions process. We’ve put together the resources you need to nail your GMAT prep and know what to expect when testing from home.

The GMAT online exam is here! read the six things you need to know before taking it

GMAT™ Online Exam: Six Things You Need to Know

The GMAT™ exam is moving online to keep your 2020 business school plans on track while many test centers remain closed. Learn everything you need to know about taking the test from home. Read more>

Even while coronavirus keeps us inside our homes, you can still prepare to do your best on the GMAT exam with these 10 study tips

Top 10 Study Tips for the GMAT™ Exam

While GMAT™ exam and Executive Assessment testing centers are closed in many locations worldwide, you can now take the test online! Prepare for the GMAT online exam with our top 10 study tips. Read more>

Read our article about figuring out how long to study for the gmat exam

How Long Should You Study for the GMAT™ Exam?

This seems to be the million dollar question and unfortunately there's no one-size fits all answer for everyone. Luckily, you can get a great idea of how long you should study with these four questions.  Read more>

Five ways to study for the GMAT exam while social distancing

5 Ways to Study for the GMAT™ Exam While Social Distancing

Now’s a great time to step up your GMAT™ exam prep. How can you prep for your best score or improve with retesting? Here are five ways you can prep smart even while social distancing. Read more>