The Economist offers a GMAT Tutor online prep package for students that will need to write the GMAT. Rather than buy the package blindly, as many other providers require students do; The Economist is offering an obligation-free seven day trial of their GMAT prep kit.
What is the GMAT? The acronym stands for Graduate Management Admission Test, a standardized test students need to take to get into an MBA. Most universities in Canada require the GMAT for their business masters, including The Sauder School at the University of British Columbia and Schulich School of Business at York University. The higher you score on the GMAT, the better your chances are of getting into the university of your choice and potentially getting scholarships. The GMAT is also used for entry to MBA programs in the USA if you are looking to study down south.
Business school is, well, big business. The best schools tend to be very competitive, and anything that gives you a leg up on the competition is a big plus.