GMAT Prep

GMAT Tuesday: Official Guide – Reading Comprehension #99

By - Dec 22, 11:29 AM   Comments [0]

Happy Holidays from Magoosh! Join me this week as we take on another main idea question in reading comprehension. We take a look at question 99 in the Official Guide to the GMAT, 13th edition. I’ll go over strategies for this type of questions and how...

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

By - Dec 21, 13:38 PM   Comments [0]

by Rich Cohen, EMPOWERgmat 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. Thoroughness on DS Questions Hey Rich, I’m having trouble with DS. Is x > y? 2)...

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4 Tips to Demonstrate Your Future Contributions on your MBA App

By - Dec 21, 12:00 PM   Comments [0]

B-schools like to know that their students will enthusiastically join in and support their student bodies and alumni groups, as well as society in general. However, lavish pronouncements and assurances of future humanitarian efforts are generally unconvincing. How can you best show your future potential?...

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Berkeley Haas GMAT Scores

By - Dec 21, 10:01 AM   Comments [0]

How good are your chances of getting into Berkeley Haas with your GMAT score? Of course, your score isn’t going to be a tell-all. You still need a well-rounded application, with a strong GPA, solid work experience/recommendations, and essays that coherently express your future goals...

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Northwestern Kellogg GMAT Scores

By - Dec 18, 15:58 PM   Comments [0]

Forget sunny California and Boston. You can’t wait to fill your suitcase with wool socks and long underwear, and head off to the Windy City! Chicago is home to Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management, an MBA program focused on general management with a very...

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MIT Sloan GMAT Scores

By - Dec 18, 15:56 PM   Comments [0]

MIT Sloan is one of the most selective MBA programs. It’s 2014 acceptance rate was at mere 13.8%, lower than Wharton (20.7%), Booth (23.5%) and Kellogg (23.2%). Granted, it’s incoming class is smaller, but still! 13.8% is pretty terrifyingly low. MIT is a world-renowned engineering...

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Timed vs. untimed practice for the GMAT

By - Dec 18, 12:19 PM   Comments [0]

I recently received the following very valid question from a student: “I’m currently studying intensively for the GMAT, but I don’t see the improvement that I need in math. What’s your study plan advice to get a person to the next level? Would you say...

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How to Pick Up Those Missing GMAT Points in the Next 4-6 Weeks

By - Dec 18, 10:07 AM   Comments [0]

by Rich Cohen, EMPOWERgmat Rich.C@empowergmat.com Many Test Takers give themselves several months to study for the GMAT, since that Test score is such a vital part of the application process. The GMAT score is also one of the few elements of the application that you can...

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What to Expect on GMAT Test Day

By - Dec 18, 08:37 AM   Comments [0]

The official testing room can be a stressful place. Most of you, after months of careful study, know what to expect on Test Day in terms of GMAT content. However, it’s also important to know what to expect when you arrive at the Pearson Center for...

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Top-Ranked MBA Education for Baby Boomers

By - Dec 17, 10:53 AM   Comments [0]

Networking these days is much more than MBA mixers. What does it take to get into Indiana University’s top-ranked business school? Has social media changed the MBA networking game? How did one aspiring MBA go from homeless to Harvard? Learn the answers to these questions and...

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