The GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) and the GRE (Graduate Record Examinations) are internationally recognized tests, held in English, that evaluate quantitative and verbal reasoning skills as well as writing abilities. The tests are divided into analytic, quantitative and verbal sections. Every year, Luiss organizes a preparation course, limited to 34 students, to help students improve their performance.
In addition to being an important part of admission processes to graduate programs, the test is becoming increasingly important for job selection processes with multinational companies.
The course is open to third-year bachelor's degree students, all master's degree students and those in the final two years of the Law program. To participate, students must have an average of 27/30, have completed at least 70% of the credits required by their study plan and have an English level of C1.1. or higher.