Most graduate business schools in the world require GMAT results as a part of your application package. According to the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), the owner and administrator of the GMAT, leading business schools and management education programs worldwide consider the GMAT, designed with four sections to assess different abilities, the most effective predictor of success.
What distinguishes successful applicants, those who are admitted to business schools, from those who fail? There are multiple answers, of course: poor preparation for GMAT or TOEFL, inferior essays or recommendations, lack of self-confidence and other factors can contribute to failure.
Careers in counseling generally get started with a bachelor's degree, in Human Services, Psychology, or Public Administration. In these programs you learn about human growth and development, personality, societal relationships, substance abuse, and their related disorders. You also become familiar with techniques for addressing problems in those areas, including listening, interviewing, facilitation, conflict management, individual or group therapies, and more. Some of the careers in counseling that can begin with a bachelor's degree include: survey or market researchers, special education teachers, substance abuse or behavioral counselors, and advocates, techs or non-counseling workers in social or community service organizations.
It may sound a little confusing, but Marketing (and Public Relations) is defined as an industry sector as well as a business function. The Marketing/Public Relations Industry is the businesses that provide media, communications, and the content for both. The marketing function within a business is everything from advertising and sales to market research, product development, distribution, brand management and more. Both the industry and the functions have been altered radically by new technologies offering new ways for marketers to connect with customers.