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2021.11.27 03:01 AutoModerator Daily Discussion and Game Recommendations Thread (November 27, 2021)

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2021.11.27 03:01 Scott_TargetTestPrep Executive Assessment vs. GMAT: What is the Difference?

Executive Assessment vs. GMAT: What is the Difference?
The Executive Assessment (EA) is a relatively new exam compared to the GMAT, but nowadays, many business schools accept both. So, why do some people take the Executive Assessment instead of the GMAT for entrance into MBA programs, and which exam is right for you?
In this article, I’ll break down the key differences between the Executive Assessment and GMAT exams and give you some criteria for determining which test you need to take.
First, let’s do a quick review of what the GMAT and the Executive Assessment are.
What is the GMAT?
The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a computer-adaptive, standardized exam that for more than 60 years has been used as a measure to assess applicants to graduate-level business and management programs.
Designed (with the help of business schools) and administered by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), the GMAT is accepted by thousands of MBA and related master’s programs worldwide. Although most MBA programs now also accept the GRE (Graduate Record Examination), the GMAT remains the more commonly taken exam for admission to business school. Every year, about 200,000 people sit for the GMAT.
What is an Executive Assessment?
A relative newcomer, the Executive Assessment (EA) was introduced in 2016 and is required for admissions to many Executive MBA programs, including programs at many top business schools. Like the GMAT, the Executive Assessment is a computer-administered, standardized test designed and administered by GMAC, which gathers input from business programs around the world when creating the exam.
Now, let’s take a look at why people choose to take one exam over the other.
EA vs. GMAT: Which Test Should I Take?
If you are applying to standard, full-time MBA programs, chances are you’ll need to submit either a GMAT or GRE score with your applications. However, if you are applying to an Executive MBA program, you may need to take the Executive Assessment.
The Executive Assessment test was originally designed for applicants to Executive MBA (EMBA) programs. So, while people with relatively limited work experience applying to full- or part-time MBA programs would take the GMAT, experienced professionals applying to EMBA and select other part-time, weekend, or evening MBA programs would take the Executive Assessment exam.
Now, not every Executive MBA program requires an Executive Assessment score for admission, and schools have varying requirements regarding which entrance exams are required. The GMAC website lists schools and programs that accept the Executive Assessment test, but of course, you should always check the individual websites of the programs you’re interested in to get the most up-to-date information about admissions requirements. In other words, you shouldn’t assume that because GMAC doesn’t list a particular program on their website, you can be sure that program doesn’t require Executive Assessment scores for admission.
It’s also important to note that while anyone can sit for the Executive Assessment, business schools have various minimum work experience requirements for EMBA program eligibility. That said, in general, EMBA programs tend to require applicants to have anywhere from 5 to 10 years of full-time work experience.However, different programs may have different requirements for how many years of that experience have to be at the management level.
Again, since every program is different, be sure to do your research on the individual program websites, and if you need clarification on anything, don’t hesitate to reach out to the school admissions offices by email or phone.
So, we know what the Executive Assessment and the GMAT are and who should take each exam. Next, let’s look at the key differences between the two exams.
EA vs: GMAT: Key Differences
In simple terms, you can think of the Executive Assessment as a “mini version” of the GMAT. For one, the EA exam is much shorter than the GMAT. And as I’ll discuss in further detail shortly, the EA doesn’t test quite as many topics as the GMAT does. The EA measures MBA program readiness and uses more “business-focused” questions to test critical reasoning and higher-order thinking skills.
The EA is specifically designed for busy, working professionals who have already acquired many management-level business skills during their careers. Thus, the people taking the EA likely don’t have as much time to devote to preparing for and sitting for an entrance exam and already have a certain baseline of skills that test-takers with less work experience may not have.
So, let’s take a look at how exactly the two exams differ, starting with how each exam is structured.
Exam Structure and Format
The look and feel of the Executive Assessment vs. GMAT are basically identical. In other words, a computer screen displaying an EA exam won’t look noticeably different from one displaying a GMAT exam. Both exams are navigated in essentially the same way and pull from the exact same pool of questions, so the multiple-choice question formats are exactly the same on both exams.
Now, as I already mentioned, the question types you see are not exactly the same on both exams — I’ll discuss that more later — but for any question type tested on both exams, the format of that question will be identical. For example, a Problem Solving question involving exponents will not look any different on the Quant section of the GMAT than it does on the Quant section of the Executive Assessment.
So, in what respects do the two exam structures diverge? Let’s discuss.
Run Time
For most test-takers, the most notable difference between the Executive Assessment and the GMAT is the run time of each exam. The EA exam is only 90 minutes long and contains a total of just 40 questions, whereas the GMAT is just over 3 hours long (nearly 3.5 with the breaks) and contains a total of 79 questions plus 1 essay task. So, essentially, the GMAT is about twice as long as the Executive Assessment exam.
A big part of why the EA is so much shorter than the GMAT is that the EA does not include an Analytical Writing Assessment (essay task). So, that knocks 30 minutes off the testing time right there. Furthermore, since the EA is a relatively quick exam, it does not permit the two, optional 8-minute breaks that are allowed during the GMAT. In fact, the EA does not permit any breaks at all, so if for some reason you need to leave your desk during the exam, the exam clock will keep ticking.
Section Order
Another important difference between the structures of the two exams is that, unlike on the GMAT, on the Executive Assessment, you cannot choose your section order.
The 3 sections of the Executive Assessment — Integrated Reasoning (IR), Verbal Reasoning, and Quantitative Reasoning — always appear in that order. When you sit for the GMAT, however, in the introductory screens at the beginning of your exam, you can select from 3 different section order options:

  1. Writing, IR, (break), Quant, (break), Verbal
  2. Verbal, (break), Quantitative, (break), IR, Writing
  3. Quant, (break), Verbal, (break), IR, Writing
You are given 2 minutes to make your GMAT section order selection (this time is notdeducted from the time you have to complete the actual exam sections). If you don’t select a section order within the 2-minute time limit, the exam defaults to section order #1.
Section Structure
We can see that the GMAT exam has 4 sections in total, while the Executive Assessment exam has 3. Let’s look at how the basic structure of those sections compares.
As you can see, the Integrated Reasoning sections on the two exams are identical in length and the EA Quant and Verbal sections are slightly less than half as long as those sections on the GMAT.
However, there is another very important difference between the section structures of the two exams: unlike GMAT sections, each section of the Executive Assessment is actually broken down into 2 successive subsections, or “modules,” containing an equal number of questions, for a total of 6 modules on the exam.
So, when the Quant section, for instance, is presented to you on the EA exam, you will see 7 of the 14 Quant questions, and then a review screen (more on that in a moment), and then the final 7 Quant questions.
Essentially, each section on the Executive Assessment is divided in half — however, those halves are not separately timed. So, the 30 minutes you have to complete the Quant section is all of the time you have to complete both Quant “modules” (the total of 14 Quant questions on the exam). Now, you don’t have to split your time evenly between the 2 modules just because the questions are evenly split. In other words, you could spend 15 on each Quant module, or you could spend 10 minutes on the first Quant module and 20 on the second, etc.
Now, what really makes the EA structure different from that of the GMAT is that you are given the opportunity to check and edit your work at the end of each EA module. So, let’s take our example of the Quant section. You are presented with 7 questions in the first Quant module and 7 questions in the second Quant module, for a total of 14 questions that must be completed in a total of 30 minutes. After completing the 7 questions that make up the first Quant module, you’re presented with a review screen from which you can check and change your responses or return to any questions you may have skipped within that module. Once you move past that review screen to the second Quant module, you can no longer go back and edit or add any answers in the first module, even though you’re still technically in “the Quant section.” At the end of the second module, you will be presented with a review screen for just the 7 questions in the second Quant module.
Note that any time you take reviewing and editing answers in a section counts toward your total time for that section. In other words, the clock doesn’t stop when you’re on a review screen, or when you return to previously answered questions from that screen.
Nevertheless, some test-takers see the ability to review questions after the fact as an advantage of taking the EA over the GMAT. The GMAT does not allow for review of any previously answered questions. Once you hit submit on a GMAT question, you do not have the opportunity to change your answer.
Furthermore, you cannot skip questions on GMAT; you have to select an answer to a question — even if it’s just a random guess — before you can see the next question. On the EA, you can skip questions and return to them at the end of the module or leave them blank if you simply want to move on to the next module. This difference in functionality has to do with the different ways that the two exams are computer-adaptive. Let’s explore.
To read the complete article, please view Target Test Prep's blog.
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