The Bocconi Entrance Test (BET) will exponentially improve your chance of getting into the reputed MISB Bocconi.
Once you’ve submitted your application to the PGPB at MISB, you may be prompted to take the business school's internal exam, known as the Bocconi Entrance Test (BET).
However, even if you are planning on sitting for one of these exams (or if you have already), it benefits you to be proactive and take the BET. Why? Because MISB Bocconi's admissions process considers the best of all of your scores.
In other words, the BET not only lets you show what you’ve got, but also enhances your admissions prospects by giving you an extra chance to put your best foot forward.
So while you don’t technically have to take the BET, doing so will exponentially improve your chance of getting into MISB Bocconi, with the option of submitting the other test scores later (if need be).
About the BET
The BET may be a different kind of exam than what you’ve experienced in the past. While others focus on straight-forward scores, the BET assesses something different: your potential for success in the work environment.
The test is computer adaptive, features a constantly updated question bank and has no negative markings.
The result? A true determination of your potential to contribute — both as a PGPB student and as a future business leader.
BET Preparation Tips
MISB offers access to a breadth and depth of resources, including everything from example questions to full-length tests — all with answers. Not only do these practice opportunities help you gain an understanding of what to expect when you take the BET, but they teach you what you need to know to do well in the exam. Of course, the rest is up to you: understanding the test instructions, allowing ample practice time, and studying in a productive environment are all important components when preparing for the BET.
Ultimately, the BET is not just a test, but an opportunity to get one step closer toward your future as part of our extraordinary PGPB community.
This article was first published on the MISB Bocconi blog.
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