Non-Traditional Work Experience in MBA Admissions

By - Jan 4, 11:34 AM   Comments [0]

A common concern from prospective clients with non-traditional work experience is whether or not that experience will be considered relevant in an MBA classroom. I have heard this from doctors, lawyers, military officers, and more. Believe it or not, the less traditional one’s work experience,...

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GMAT Question of the Day (January 4)

By - Jan 4, 02:00 AM   Comments [0]

Math Which of the following is equal to (0.9998)2(0.9998)2? A. 0.99950014 B. 0.99950234 C. 0.99960004 D. 0.99960064 E. 0.99961024 Question Discussion & Explanation Correct Answer - C - (click and drag your mouse to see the answer) Verbal Of all the major developments in information technology that have influenced literary production, maybe none is more influential as...

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GMAT Verbal for Non-Native English Speakers

By - Jan 3, 22:08 PM   Comments [0]

The GMAT is a tough exam, even for those who have been speaking English their entire lives. Another degree of difficulty is added for those who are non-native English speakers. Here at Magoosh, we’re proud to have helped many students from around the world who...

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GMAT Study Tips: The Myth Of Study Splurging

By - Jan 3, 14:17 PM   Comments [0]

A good study plan requires actual planning. Not so profound, but there it is. Yet many applicants do themselves a big disservice by trying to rely on study splurges— lengthy cramming sessions with long periods of no studies in between—not a study plan so much...

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Last Minute Tips for Round 2 MBA Applicants

By - Jan 3, 13:37 PM   Comments [0]

As we welcome the year 2017 with hope, optimism, dreams, and new resolutions, we also know that it’s almost time to submit Round 2 applications.  (Ross and CMU applications have already been submitted) With that in mind,  myEssayReview would like to share some helpful blog posts on...

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How To Improve Your English Speaking And Succeed In American Universities

By - Jan 3, 12:45 PM   Comments [0]

“Is my English good enough to study in the US?” During the 11 years I spent working with international students in Istanbul, this is a question I heard a lot. If you want to study in the US, how high should your English level be? To get...

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Last-minute Round 2 MBA Application Tips

By - Jan 3, 10:09 AM   Comments [0]

Over the next week, more than a dozen top MBA programs will close out their Round 2 application periods. If you are targeting one of those schools and haven’t hit “Submit” yet, here are some last-minute tips for you: Ensure your recommendation letters are in. We’ve...

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GMAT Question of the Day (January 3)

By - Jan 3, 02:00 AM   Comments [0]

Math A coin made of alloy of aluminum and silver measures 2 x 15 mm (it is 2 mm thick and its diameter is 15 mm). If the weight of the coin is 30 grams and the volume of aluminum in the alloy equals that of...

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A Review of the Magoosh GRE Prep Program

By - Jan 3, 01:13 AM   Comments [0]

Applicants preparing for the GRE have a lot of options – from self-study using books and practice tests, to in-person courses, to private tutoring. Today I’m reviewing one test prep option: Magoosh’s online GRE prep course. What is it? It’s a comprehensive, flexible online GRE prep course,...

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How Does Your GMAT Score Fit into the Holistic MBA Application Puzzle?

By - Jan 3, 01:09 AM   Comments [0]

There’s a lot of talk about the holistic approach admission directors take to evaluate applications. How much weight is really put on different aspects of the application during evaluation? If the approach is so holistic, then why do so many applicants with low GMAT scores get dinged...

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