Building successful graduate programs with a humanistic approach
Wake Forest University Business School Director of Enrollment Management Jeremiah Nelson shares key principles for building diverse and inclusive communities. These include thinking about diversity broadly; telling stories and creating connections; and building programs and processes with intention.
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ETS/Yale team design behavioral assessment
How can schools better predict how applicants will perform once on campus? ETS research scientists have been working with Yale University’s School of Management to develop a noncognitive assessment to do just that.
The essential role of GRE® scores in graduate admissions
When used as intended, GRE scores serve a unique role in helping decision makers fairly compare applicants from different backgrounds. Without this common, objective measure, other components of the application can unfairly bias students, especially those from underrepresented groups. Learn why.
Business schools get the benefits of using GRE scores
Accept GRE scores to expand your applicant pool, recruit applicants with broader interests and backgrounds, and measure the critical-thinking skills important for success in your MBA, specialized master’s and dual-degree programs.
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