# 3 Tips for Your Team-Based Discussion Interview

- Nov 9, 00:59 AM   Comments [0]

Wharton’s interview invitations are out and some of you are lucky enough to be facing Wharton’s innovative Team-Based Discussion, also known as the TBD.  Personally, I consider this evaluation method an excellent idea, as much of business school life consists of team-based discussion; it was...

# How Maria got into MIT with Economist GMAT Tutor

- Nov 6, 12:13 PM   Comments [0]

We're proud to share with you the success story of Maria, a student of ours who was accepted to MIT after using Economist G

# UC Berkeley Haas Joins the Global Network

- Nov 6, 11:47 AM   Comments [0]

The UC Berkeley Haas School of Business has become the 28th member of the Global Network for Advanced Management, a network of top business schools committed to educating global leaders, the school announced yesterday. Berkeley-Haas is the second top U.S.-based business school to join the Global...

# How to Cash in on MBA Scholarships

- Nov 6, 10:27 AM   Comments [0]

Avoid loans and secure funding with a competitive GMAT score. If there’s one thing future MBAs are likely to understand, it’s the value of a good investment. Even though figuring out how to pay for an MBA can present a challenge, business school applicants may be...

# GMAT Question of the Day (November 6)

- Nov 6, 02:00 AM   Comments [0]

Math The population of a bacteria colony doubles every day. If it was started 9 days ago with 2 bacteria and each bacteria lives for 12 days, how large is the colony today? A. 512 B. 768 C. 1024 D. 2048 E. 4096   Question Discussion & Explanation Correct Answer - C - (click and...

# Anatomy of an OG Question: How ‘Brute Force’ Can Work Really Fast

- Nov 6, 01:08 AM   Comments [0]

The following article refers to the Problem Solving question #229 in the OG13, GMAT2015 and GMAT2016 books. You can view the question in its entirety here: http://gmatclub.com/forum/how-many-of-the-integers-that-satisfy-the-inequality-x-2-x-134194.html One of the interesting aspects of most GMAT questions is that they can be solved using more than one approach....

- Nov 5, 13:36 PM   Comments [0]

Round 1 team-based interviews are starting this Monday November 9, and we’d love to help you prepare! Prep with the best by joining one of our upcoming Mock Wharton Team-Based Discussions. Nothing beats a rehearsal to give you poise and confidence. You can learn more about and purchase...

# 5 GMAT Tips to Die For

- Nov 5, 13:00 PM   Comments [0]

As promised, here's a link to our 5 Killer GMAT Prep Tips webinar, where you'll learn what you can do NOW to boost that GMAT score and your chances of acceptance to a top MBA program. Choose the right resources, chart your study plan, play some...

# Can You Recover from Your Criminal Record?

- Nov 5, 12:36 PM   Comments [0]

Your MBA profile is nearly perfect: You've got great stats and an impressive resume. You're friendly, personable, and a fantastic leader. There's just one little glitch: your criminal record. A criminal record does work as a strike against you, but it's not necessarily an insurmountable...

# Integrated Reasoning Matters, Say MBA Admissions Officers

- Nov 5, 12:07 PM   Comments [0]

How much weight is given to Integrated Reasoning in evaluating GMAT scores? It’s been more than three years since Integrated Reasoning was added to the GMAT—so while we can’t say the section is new, we can say that attitudes towards it have changed. This summer, as part...