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Test and Interview

 

Admissions Test

All applicants are required to choose one of two admissions tests. The details of the two options can be found below. 

Option 1: GMAT & the acceptable TOEFL or IELTS

GMAT: Minimum 600 with AWA 4; you can provide us the official link of your score report or to have your score sheets sent directly to the BiMBA program by selecting “China-Peking University, BiMBA” at the beginning of test.

TOEFL: IBT above 100 attained within two years; please provide the photo copy of your transcript.
 
IELTS: Above 6.5; please provide the photo copy of your transcript.
 
Option 2: On-campus Test
 
Including 35 minutes analytical part and 60 minutes written part.
 
1. Analytical Test
The analytical test assesses the candidates' ability to read and interpret tables and to make small calculations. The test is designed as a multiple choice test. Each table or graph is followed by several questions. For each question there are four to five possible answers .Only one answer is correct.  Download the example questions for analytical tests: Sample Questions.pdf
 
2. Written Test
The written test assesses the applicant's listening comprehension and writing skills in English. The applicant is requested to listen to an article read by a English native speaker and then write a structured summary of, and comment on, an article on a relevant economic and business concept.  This test will be 60 minutes.
 
Interview

Applicants who have passed the application screening will be invited to a personal interview in English. The admission interview is both evaluative and informative: it is not only an opportunity for us to learn more about you, but also for you to learn more about BiMBA. The interview is 50 minutes and conducted by Deans & Directors, Alumni or Faculty Members.
 
The interview will contain two parts: the first part will be a Q&A session and take 35 minutes; The second part will require you to give a 10-minutes presentation and the topic of the presentative will be emailed to you one week before the interview.