Kellogg’s Super Bowl Ad Review Wrap Up

By - Feb 11, 15:03 PM   Comments [0]

While the rest of America was riveted by Beyoncé's half-time performance and the power outage at the New Orlean's Super Dome last Sunday, a group of almost 60 MBA students from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management Marketing Club studied the event from another perspective...

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Get MBA Application Advice From the Trenches

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As one group of nervous MBA candidates becomes enrolled business school students, another group gets ready to apply. Why not learn from the successes, failures, and decisions of those who came before you? Here, you'll find advice culled from past clients who reflected on their own...

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$5M Founding Gift for Social Enterprise Initiative at Chicago Booth

By - Feb 11, 14:57 PM   Comments [0]

The Chicago Booth School of Business has received a founding gift of $5 million for the school’s Social Enterprise Initiative, which supports student, faculty and alumni interest in the social sector, Chicago Booth announced recently. Given by John Edwardson, retired chairman and chief executive of CDW,...

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What to Consider When Choosing an MBA Program

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A healthy dose of self-reflection, and knowing the answer when asked why you want to get an MBA, are two key components to deciding which business school programs make the most sense for you. I recently spoke with the Financial Times's Charlotte Clarke to offer...

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Tips for Tackling Team Interviews

By - Feb 11, 13:21 PM   Comments [0]

With the emerging trend of group interviews at schools like Wharton, applicants need to understand that team interviews require a different set of skills than individual interviews. I liken individual interviews to blind dating. With individual interviews and blind dating, both parties are trying to...

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GMAT Counting with Restrictions

By - Feb 11, 09:00 AM   Comments [2]

First, try these challenging GMAT Quantitative problems, all variations on a theme, as you will see. 1) Seven children --- A, B, C, D, E, F, and G --- are going to sit in seven chairs in a row.  The children C & F have to...

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GMAT Question of the Day (Feb 11): Arithmetic and Critical Reasoning

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Math (PS) The sum of first consecutive odd integers is . What is the sum of all odd integers between 13 and 39 inclusive? (A) 351 (B) 364 (C) 410 (D) 424 (E) 450 Question Discussion & Explanation Correct Answer - B - (click and drag your mouse to see the...

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Kisses of Death for Your Grad School Application

By - Feb 10, 02:43 AM   Comments [0]

Guest post by Dr. Drew Appleby, Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis and Dr. Karen Appleby, Idaho State University. Dr. Appleby and Dr. Appleby surveyed psychology graduate admissions committee chairs and discovered 5 types of errors that applicants make and that decrease their chances of acceptance to...

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Admissions Straight Talk: Interview with Mark Babbitt

By - Feb 10, 02:40 AM   Comments [0]

For this week’s episode of Accepted Admissions Straight Talk, Accepted's biweekly podcast, we interviewed Mark Babbitt, CEO and Founder of YouTern. Check out the full recording to hear our fascinating conversation about student internships. 01:09:00 - Introducing Mark to Admissions Straight Talk. 02:24:00 - YouTern’s background. How...

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2013 Kellogg Executive MBA Admissions Tips

By - Feb 10, 02:35 AM   Comments [0]

The Kellogg Executive MBA questions are among the most comprehensive, thorough, and numerous of any EMBA application. It takes significant effort to put together a strong set of Kellogg EMBA essays, and that fact weeds out potential students who are not seriously interested in this...

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