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High Level GMAT Reading Comprehension Practice

By - Apr 18, 13:45 PM   Comments [0]

We’ve recently discussed GMAT Reading Comprehension question types and patterns in detail, so it’s time to try your hand at identifying question types and answering some difficult practice questions. GMAT Reading Comprehension Practice: The Passage “Strange Bedfellows!” lamented the title of a recent letter to Museum News,...

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GMAT Stress Management: Improve Your Performance

By - Apr 17, 15:14 PM   Comments [0]

Last time I talked about anticipation stress and how it can impede your preparation for the GMAT. Keep working on conquering that kind of stress. Now, let’s talk about the other type of stress that I mentioned in my previous blog entry – test day/performance stress....

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GMAT Stress Management: Anticipation Stress

By - Apr 15, 14:17 PM   Comments [0]

Are you dealing with any of these potentially stressful situations? 1) Paying on student loans 2) Trying to secure an impressive job 3) Making time to network with friends 4) Attempting to date in the Google Glass world You get the idea. Now, you want to go to business school...

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How to Beat GMAT Reading Comprehension – Part II

By - Apr 14, 07:00 AM   Comments [0]

As I mentioned in my previous exploration of GMAT Reading Comprehension, most of the questions focus on the author’s purpose, so if you can at least identify her main idea as you slog through the passage, the author will guide you to the right answer in...

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How to Beat GMAT Reading Comprehension

By - Apr 11, 07:00 AM   Comments [0]

There are some fortunate beings among us who seem to thrive on GMAT Reading Comprehension problems. The rest of look on with veiled mirthless smiles at these blessed souls, all the while muttering under our collective breaths, “what, are ya nuts!” If you’re like most...

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Should You Start a New Job Before First-Round Deadlines?

By - Apr 10, 07:00 AM   Comments [0]

With approximately six months to go before first-round deadlines for the 2014–2015 MBA application season, many business school aspirants are considering ways they might enhance their candidacy. While candidates can take a variety of steps to accomplish this—from boosting their community and personal profiles, to pursuing additional...

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Beating the GMAT: Intelligence is Insufficient

By - Apr 8, 10:30 AM   Comments [0]

Undoubtedly, the GMAT can be a frustrating test to learn how to beat. Most who find themselves in battle with it end up following a red herring by questioning what the heck this test has to do with business. Entertaining this line of inquiry is...

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Top 3 GMAT Time Management Strategies

By - Apr 7, 10:00 AM   Comments [0]

Time management is a very important element of the GMAT. Those of us who have chosen this path are juggling so many different deadlines and time constraints, and effective time management is critical to ensuring your success. Here are my top 3 GMAT time management strategies while...

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GMAT Data Sufficiency Tips: A Breakdown

By - Apr 4, 10:30 AM   Comments [0]

Data Sufficiency (DS) questions are unique to the GMAT. When first encountered they are cumbersome, confusing, and generally frustrating. Admittedly, Data Sufficiency questions often remain cumbersome, confusing, and generally frustrating, but such is the nature of the GMAT. After all, the better you do, the...

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Take Responsibility in Your Optional Essay

By - Apr 3, 10:00 AM   Comments [0]

Business school candidates who have an obvious weakness in their profile—such as a low GPA or GMAT score or a prolonged gap in work experience—often worry that they are destined to attend a virtually unknown business school. Whenever such applicants ask admissions officers how their...

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