Wharton Class of 2015 Profile

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Let’s take a look at Wharton’s class of 2015 profile (from Wharton’s website): • Total applicants: 6,036 • Women: 42% • Enrolled class: 837 • International students: 35% • U.S. minorities: 30% • Range of years of work experience: 0-13 • Mean years of work experience: 5 • Mean overall GMAT: 725 • Middle...

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MBA Admission: The Great Round 1/Round 2 Fight

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“On my right, now entering the ring is Round 1. A perennial favorite with those who have stratospheric GMATs, patents, Nobel Prizes, and the like. And on my left, waving to the crowd is Round 2. He is favored by those with more average, but...

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Developing Engaging Stories for MBA Essays Week #13- Tip #13

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Proofread, Proof read, Proof read So you have written, rewritten, and revised your essay multiple times and have made sure that you have adequately addressed all parts of the essay question within the prescribed word limit effectively and persuasively. Now the last step is to get...

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LBS MBA Essay Analysis, Your 2014-2015 Application

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Are you ready to dig into your essays? Application essays are specifically and cleverly designed to get into your head. We like to turn the tables on the admissions committees and get inside their heads. Why are they asking these questions? What are they looking...

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UCLA Anderson MBA Essay Analysis, Your 2014-2015 Application

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Are you ready to dig into your essays? Application essays are specifically and cleverly designed to get into your head. We like to turn the tables on the admissions committees and get inside their heads. Why are they asking these questions? What are they looking...

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Carnegie Mellon Tepper MBA Essay Analysis, Your 2014-2015 Application

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Are you ready to dig into your essays? Application essays are specifically and cleverly designed to get into your head. We like to turn the tables on the admissions committees and get inside their heads. Why are they asking these questions? What are they looking...

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Northwestern Kellogg MBA Essay Analysis, Your 2014-2015 Application

By - Aug 18, 07:59 AM   Comments [0]

Are you ready to dig into your essays? Application essays are specifically and cleverly designed to get into your head. We like to turn the tables on the admissions committees and get inside their heads. Why are they asking these questions? What are they looking...

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Assess 5 Funding Options to Help Pay for an MBA

By - Aug 18, 06:00 AM   Comments [0]

This post originally appeared on Stacy’s “Strictly Business” MBA Blog on U.S.News.com Getting your MBA acceptance letter is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, but submitting your deposit for business school is a thrill of a different kind. After you decide where to attend, you’ll only have a few months...

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Making Sense of Tense

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Official GMAT questions reveal that only six major tenses are tested directly: 3 Present Tenses: Present Simple, Present Progressive, and Present Perfect; 3 Past Tenses: Past Simple, Past Progressive, and Past Perfect

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GMAT Question of the Day (Aug 18): Combinations and Critical Reasoning

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Math (PS) If among 5 children there are 2 siblings, in how many ways can the children be seated in a row so that the siblings do not sit together? (A) 38 (B) 46 (C) 72 (D) 86 (E) 102 Question Discussion & Explanation Correct Answer - C - (click and drag your...

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