The Economist, in conjunction with 14 top business schools, is hosting a contest for prospective MBA and eMBA students to take a GMAT Tutor simulation test. The student with the highest scores will win a $25,000 scholarship to attend one of the sponsoring business schools.
Each entrant must complete the full-length (2.5 hour) Economist GMAT simulation test. Each entrant may sign up for and take the test only once. Any attempt by any person to obtain more than one entry via any method will void all of that person’s entries and that person will be disqualified. Any use of robotic, automatic, macro, programmed or like entry methods will disqualify all entries by such methods. All entries become the property of Sponsor. Entries that are obtained through unauthorized sources are void. Entrants may not use written materials, the Internet, calculators, mobile phones or any other devices during the test. The exam must be submitted no later than 11:59 PM EST on October 30th 2015.
150 minutes of your time for the chance to win $25,000 towards your MBA degree.
The contest runs from August 3rd 2015 to October 30th 2015. Entrants must complete the simulation test and click to submit their scores via the website to Sponsor no later than 11:59 PM EST on October 30th 2015 to be considered. Sponsor is not responsible for unsuccessful attempts to enter. Sponsor’s computer is the official clock for this Contest. To be eligible for the drawing, entries must be received and recorded by Sponsor during the Promotion Period. LIMIT: ONLY ONE ENTRY PER PERSON.