Too Old for an MBA? Check Out 3 Outstanding MBA and EMBA Alternatives [Episode 166]

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Today we’re discussing a unique MBA option for mid-career professionals – an option to study in a full-time, immersive program with other professionals at the same level. Joining us today are: Stephen Sacca, Director, MIT Sloan Fellows Program; Silvia McCalliser-Castillo, Director, London Business School EMBA-Global and...

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Deadlines are Weeks Away, Acceptance Rates are Low…But Now is Not the Time to Freak-Out!

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“If I only had a dollar for every time you pulled me back from the ledge!” A current client of mine sent me that email the other night while worrying about his GPA and GMAT quant score, both of which are fine.  I get it -...

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Take Our Study Habits Quiz: How Do You Hit the Books?

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Are you a traditional study junkie, or more of a gambler? When it comes to how people study, everyone is different. Maybe you’re firmly attached to your strict routine of reviewing exactly two chapters per week per course with your phone turned off, your blinds drawn, your...

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3 Unconventional Steps to Writing Great MBA Essays

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The essay component is arguably the most important piece of your business school application. After all, a compelling story can help counterbalance weaker aspects of your candidacy. Before you start working on your MBA applications in earnest, first think through and articulate your career objectives, assess your...

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Video Essay Tips for B-School

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EXPARTUS MBA Admissions Business school applications are getting a twenty-first century makeover, with video essays becoming an increasingly popular alternative to traditional written essays. Schools like Yale and Kellogg now require three video essays from each applicant. Tuck is another that has added video responses to...

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GMAT Question of the Day (August 12)

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Math If each year the population of the country grows by 20%, how many years will elapse before the population of the country doubles? A. 3 B. 4 C. 5 D. 6 E. 7 Question Discussion & Explanation Correct Answer - B - (click and drag your mouse to see the answer) GMAT Daily Deals Manhattan GMAT:...

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Most Common GMAT Topics & Questions

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Of course, a facile discussion of GMAT topics might say — the most common GMAT Verbal questions are Reading Comprehension, Sentence Correction, and Critical Reasoning — those three questions are the only questions you see on the Verbal section.  Similarly, all of the GMAT Quant...

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Are Business School Ready for Climate Change?

By - Aug 11, 07:38 AM   Comments [0]

Does MBA education take climate change seriously? One top-ranked business school is reporting a significant jump in average GMAT scores, while a departing dean reflects on his accomplishments and the challenges ahead. Catch all the trending stories for future business leaders. Business school attracts higher GMAT scores Top-ranked...

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#TBT I’ve Joined Forces with Beat The GMAT!

By - Aug 11, 07:36 AM   Comments [0]

I love revisiting these moments during our history when SBC forged partnerships with other leaders in the MBA admissions industry, such as this valuable and enduring relationship I have with Beat the GMAT. More than a decade ago, way back in Spring 2006, I shared this news on...

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GMAT Question of the Day (August 11)

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Math With both valves open, the pool will be filled with water in 48 minutes. The first valve alone would fill the pool in 2 hours. If the second valve emits 50 cubic meters of water more than the first every minute, then what is the...

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