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GMAT Question of the Day (June 18)

By - Jun 18, 02:00 AM   Comments [0]

Math Fanny and Alexander are 360 miles apart and are traveling in a straight line toward each other at a constant rate of 25 mph and 65 mph respectively, how far apart will they be exactly 1.5 hours before they meet? A. 135 miles B. 90 miles C. 70...

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What Stanford Wants – A Moral Compass

By - Jun 18, 01:24 AM   Comments [0]

By Paul Lanzillotti, Amerasia Consulting Group If you read the latest editions of our “How to Apply to Harvard Business School” and "How to Apply to Stanford GSB" guides, you already know that cultivating a real reason for applying to an elite MBA goes week beyond the school's name, rank,...

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GMAT Question of the Day (June 17)

By - Jun 17, 02:00 AM   Comments [0]

Math Is the product even? (1) (2) Question Discussion & Explanation Correct Answer - A - (click and drag your mouse to see the answer) GMAT Daily Deals Veritas Prep has worked with over 50K students at over 90 locations worldwide. Save $350...

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Quick & Dirty Tips for Maximizing your Business School Visits

By - Jun 16, 17:18 PM   Comments [0]

With respect to visiting business schools: Make sure you schedule a classroom visit through the admissions office. A student will lead you around and make introductions for you. Don't just show up. Plan your visit before the fall, if you can and if tours are available this time in...

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Top 5 Misconceptions About GMAT Prep

By - Jun 16, 07:00 AM   Comments [0]

Don’t be a fool about what to expect on Test Day. Credit: CollegeDegrees360 via Flickr cc Some students find the GMAT prep intimidating. Others underestimate the challenge of this important component of their business school application. To be sure, there’s plenty of misconceptions out there about...

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GMAT Question of the Day (June 16)

By - Jun 16, 02:00 AM   Comments [0]

Math Which of the following sets has the standard deviation greater than the standard deviation of set A={10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28} I. Set B, which consists of 10 first positive integers II. Set C, which consists of 10 first positive odd numbers III....

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Download Our Harvard Business School Application Guide (Updated for 2015/2016 Application Cycle)

By - Jun 15, 22:36 PM   Comments [0]

Our updated (June 2015) “How to Apply to HBS” Guide is the starting point for a prospective applicant to the Harvard Business School. This 15-page white paper is available for immediate download and is provided to prospective applicants at no cost. Our 10-step guide will help...

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Simplifying permutations and combinations on the GMAT

By - Jun 15, 10:15 AM   Comments [0]

Although they appear less frequently than questions involving algebra or number properties, permutation and combination questions on the GMAT can be tricky for even the most savvy of test takers. As complicated as these questions can be to understand, they can also be quickly simplified.

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GMAT Question of the Day (June 15)

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Math Are integers , , and consecutive? (1) The average (arithmetic mean) of and equals to (2) Question Discussion & Explanation Correct Answer - E - (click and drag your mouse...

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Monday Mail-Bag: Most Popular GMAT Questions Answered

By - Jun 15, 01:11 AM   Comments [0]

Most Popular GMAT Questions Answered - Advice on Big Picture Issues That Impact GMAT Test Takers This series of emails and PMs focuses on situations that Test Takers have faced during their studies. The names of the original posters have been changed to protect their identities. The...

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