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GMAT Prep Course

The Bryan School of Business offers applicants the opportunity to participate in a free GMAT Prep Course during the semester. This course will occur from 6:30-9:30pm in the Bryan Building on the following dates:

GMAT Prep Course

Option 1
Wednesday, September 14
Wednesday, September 21
Wednesday, September 28
Wednesday, October 5
Wednesday, October 12

Option 2
Tuesday, November 15
Tuesday, November 22
Tuesday, November 29
Tuesday, December 6
Tuesday, December 13


The course covers the Quantitative section for three days and the Verbal section for two days. You are required to purchase The Official Guide for GMAT Review 2016 to attend this prep course.

All applicants for a Bryan Graduate Program that have submitted an application, including the Bryan Prelude Program, are eligible for this course. Please contact Mary Lesa Pegg, Graduate Recruitment Specialist, at mlpegg2@uncg.edu or 336.256.1432 with any questions.

GMAT Information

The GMAT is a standardized assessment test that helps business schools assess the qualifications of applicants. Bryan Graduate Programs use this test as one of the measures of a person’s readiness to begin study in one of our graduate programs.

The GMAT is computer adaptive and is available year round at test centers across the world. The exam tests analytical writing, verbal and quantitative skills.

To speed the process of your application to a Bryan Graduate Program, be sure to select “University of North Carolina – Greensboro – Joseph M. Bryan School of Business and Economics” at the appropriate section of the exam, and your GMAT score will automatically be sent to the Bryan School.

The testing centers for the GMAT exam in North Carolina are:

Durham Raleigh Pope AFB
Winston-Salem Greenville Charlotte
Wilmington Cherry Point Boone

To find a testing center, click here.

Please call our office at 336.334.5390 or 1.800.717.GMAT for more information.

Helpful Hints:

  • It is suggested that you prepare for the GMAT exam well in advance of taking it.
  • You can download free study software from www.mba.com.
  • Review and study one at a time and practice taking the entire test several times.