GMAT Tuesday: Common AWA Flaws – Inappropriate Comparisons

By - Feb 16, 12:00 PM   Comments [0]

Today, we take on argument flaws! The Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) for the GMAT presents you with an argument that contains multiple flaws. There are a handful of argument flaws that appear in these arguments time and time again. Knowing these common flaws, how to identify...

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Sell Yourself With an MBA Resume

By - Feb 16, 10:47 AM   Comments [0]

Demonstrate sharp communication and leadership skills when discussing your duties at work. This post originally appeared on Stacy’s “Strictly Business” MBA Blog on U.S.News.com The MBA resume is a whole other animal from the standard curriculum vitae designed to land you a job. The resume you tailor...

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Wharton’s Leadership Program Receives $10 Million Gift

By - Feb 16, 05:00 AM   Comments [0]

EXPARTUS MBA Admissions Consulting%%www.expartus.com%% Anne Welsh McNulty and the John P. & Anne Welsh McNulty Foundation have just donated $10 million to Wharton‘s Leadership Program. In honor of the gift, the program will be renamed the Anne and John McNulty Leadership Program. The McNulty Leadership Program offers...

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EMBA Program Variety

By - Feb 16, 03:56 AM   Comments [0]

This is the third post in our Ace the EMBA series on how to apply successfully to a top executive MBA program. Get need-to-know EMBA basics down with these important tips. Once upon a time, EMBA programs primarily targeted and attracted managers working in local corporations.  The...

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What if the President of the United States Wrote Your Letter of Recommendation?

By - Feb 16, 03:02 AM   Comments [0]

On this President’s Day, let’s ponder the following: Would a letter of recommendation from President Barack Obama, President of the United States himself, ensure your acceptance? I’m sure a letter from President Obama would get passed around the admissions office. That presidential seal and signature (even...

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GMAT Question of the Day (February 16)

By - Feb 16, 02:00 AM   Comments [0]

Math The angles in a triangle are , , and degrees. If , and are the lengths of the sides opposite to angles , , and

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Interactive Workshop in Los Angeles for Business School Applicants

By - Feb 16, 00:41 AM   Comments [0]

For those of you interested in attending a top business school, Marvel Admissions Consulting will be hosting an interactive workshop to help you jumpstart the application process. We will help clarify your career goals, discuss ways to overcome weaknesses in your profile, and generate ideas...

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Wharton Team-based Discussion: A Tactic for Success

By - Feb 16, 00:31 AM   Comments [0]

  Envision yourself entering the conference room for your Wharton Team-based Discussion (TBD). During the next 35 minutes, you need to build trust, exchange ideas and reach consensus with these smart, diverse, and highly accomplished individuals competing for the same seat in the Wharton Class of...

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Monday Mail-Bag: Advice on Big Picture Issues That Impact GMAT Test Takers…

By - Feb 15, 13:56 PM   Comments [0]

by Rich Cohen, EMPOWERgmat.com  Rich.C@empowergmat.com This series of emails and PMs focuses on situations that many Test Takers face during their studies. The names of the original posters have been changed to protect their identities. Usefulness of Paper Tests vs. CATs Hi Rich, My schedule is very busy, so...

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MBA Interview Tips: 3 Common Questions

By - Feb 15, 10:59 AM   Comments [0]

Round 2 applicants, get ready for your interviews! Whether you’ve already received an interview invitation or are hoping to get an invite over the next few weeks, you want to make sure you’re prepared to do your best when the big day arrives. Here are tips for...

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