Non-native applicants to top business schools are obliged to demonstrate proof of proficiency.
Most students take the TOEFL exam. Most top schools require 100/ 120 points. It is easy to underestimate TOEFL and focus exclusively on GMAT. However, there are scored speaking and writing sections on TOEFL, and if you are not sure how TOEFL scoring works, these sections can present problems.
I developed a 5-hour express crash course especially for MBA applicants. The course is designed to present the quick wins of TOEFL and to avoid an embarrassing and harmful TOEFL result on your application.
IELTS (International English Language Testing System) is gaining popularity and has now become the world’s most popular English language test with more than two million IELTS tests taken each year! This exam is offered by the British Council.