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

By - Oct 24, 12:16 PM   Comments [0]

by Rich Cohen 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. “Re-writing” DS Questions Hi Rich, I was working through a practice DS question, but...

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Why Diversity Matters In The Business School Classroom

By - Oct 21, 08:15 AM   Comments [0]

By Francine Fluetsch on October 12, 2016 This article is brought to you by Uloop and Kaplan.  Search Uloop for student housing, college roommates, sublets, part-time jobs, internships, tutors, and campus news.  When we think of businessmen in movies, we usually get one image: that of some old...

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4 Tips for Deciding How Many Business Schools to Apply To

By - Oct 20, 15:03 PM   Comments [0]

You’ve decided to apply to business school. You’ve done your research to see which schools support your goals and meet your needs, and have come up with a long list…too long a list. You know you can’t apply to all of them. This is not...

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Who Tops The Economist’s 2017 MBA Rankings?

By - Oct 20, 10:09 AM   Comments [0]

GMAT scores for Ross’s new students remain flat—but applications have increased. Ross welcomes its new students, The Economist announces this year’s MBA rankings, and Duke Fuqua reports higher starting salary and compensation for its latest crop of graduates. See what’s trending on the business school landscape. The...

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Land Your Score: Reading Passages with a Purpose

By - Oct 20, 09:22 AM   Comments [0]

Jennifer Land shares the secret to Reading Comprehension. One of the most important steps of analyzing a GMAT Reading Comprehension passage is also one of the easiest to overlook: identifying the purpose of the passage. Recognizing WHY the passage was written is more important than understanding...

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5 Reasons to Synchronize GMAT Prep with B-School Applications

By - Oct 19, 12:24 PM   Comments [0]

It’s a common approach that most MBA applicants follow. Start off with test prep, spend several months on it, take the test, and then start thinking about what to do next. It’s true that this strategy (of taking up each component in the application requirements and...

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Subject-Verb Agreement in GMAT Sentence Correction

By - Oct 18, 12:33 PM   Comments [0]

One of the most common tricks the test makers play on us in GMAT sentence correction is to get us to miss a lack of agreement between a subject and its verb. This may sound so fundamental to any language that it would be hard...

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Choosing a Business Degree Program: What’s Next for You?

By - Oct 18, 06:45 AM   Comments [0]

What are the most important factors in deciding where to earn an MBA or specialized master’s? Applying to business school is an intensive process—one that includes securing letters of recommendation, drafting and editing essays, prepping for the GMAT or GRE, and more—and that’s just the straightforward...

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4 Silly Mistakes That Many GMATers Make on Test Day (And What YOU Should Actually Do Instead)

By - Oct 17, 12:39 PM   Comments [0]

by Rich Cohen Test Day is an almost universal ‘event’ for most Test Takers. While you might hear the occasional ‘horror story’ about how something went wrong at the Testing Center, the reality is that most administrations of the GMAT follow an established routine....

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MBAs with Data Science Skills in High Demand

By - Oct 14, 07:39 AM   Comments [4]

Business school graduates with expertise in data science are a prized commodity at top consulting firms. Meet the new MBA class at the Midwest’s top business school, find out why Bain is hiring data science experts, and get the scoop on HBS’s interview letters in our...

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