MBA Students Learn Through Online Videos at Tuck

By - May 21, 13:40 PM   Comments [0]

Dartmouth College’s Tuck School of Business is utilizing the Internet in teaching many of its core classes, and even some electives, Bloomberg Businessweek reports. For an introductory statistics class, students watch video tutorials before the lesson, and then take an online quiz, where they can...

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ISB Recent Graduate Interview

By - May 21, 13:37 PM   Comments [0]

Here’s a talk with Keisuke Matsumoto, a Buddhist priest and a 2011 graduate from the Indian Business School (ISB). Thank you Keisuke for sharing your thoughts and experiences with us! This interview is the latest in an blog series featuring interviews with current and past...

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Yahoo’s Scott Thompson and the Trap of Marginal Thinking

By - May 21, 13:33 PM   Comments [0]

Are you considering padding your resume or record as you apply to college, graduate school, or a job? Think again. This past week I came across several articles at different times and on different topics that you should know about. Obviously there are the stories about...

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HEC MBA Admissions Interview Available Online

By - May 18, 02:45 AM   Comments [0]

Did you get a chance to check out our HEC Paris MBA Q&A with Marie-Laurence Lemaire, HEC MBA's Senior Business Development Manager? The excerpt below emphasizes the importance of describing clear post-MBA career goals in your HEC MBA application: Linda Abraham: What role does “hire-ability” and clear...

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HBS’s 2+2 Program Doesn’t Always Add Up to Four

By - May 18, 02:39 AM   Comments [0]

When Harvard Business School began offering Harvard seniors the opportunity to apply to HBS, but commit to spending two years post-grad in the workforce before starting their MBAs, the plan seemed pretty straightforward—two years of work, and then two years of business school. Over the...

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5 Ways Poets Can Overcome Quant Quandaries

By - May 17, 01:50 AM   Comments [0]

Schools want to see evidence of quant skills. They want to confirm your ability to handle the demands of a rigorous program. For liberal arts majors who haven't taken math since high school, the quant score on the GMAT takes on greater importance because it...

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Preparing for IMD’s Interview

By - May 17, 01:46 AM   Comments [0]

Without a doubt, IMD conducts the most thorough MBA interview. The interview day is divided into four evaluative sections. When you arrive on campus, you will be introduced to the adcom and faculty evaluators as well as a group of applicants who will partake in...

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New ScoreSelect Option for GRE

By - May 17, 01:39 AM   Comments [0]

Following the success of the new GRE revised General Test, ETS announced another step in making the exam more “test-taker friendly,” with a ScoreSelectSM option. On the test day itself, once test takers have viewed their scores at the test center, they can either choose the...

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Must Read for Reapplicants

By - May 16, 22:11 PM   Comments [0]

 This time of year, we get a huge number of inquiries from students gearing up for the reapplication process.  This makes sense, as this subset of students is often driven to succeed, still hurting from the sting of getting rejection letters, and aware that going...

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Successfully Negotiating the Essay Maze

By - May 16, 07:55 AM   Comments [0]

In the coming month or two, new essay questions for the 2013 applications will be published by the top MBA programs. Writing the application essays is usually the hardest part of the MBA admission process. Below are a few guidelines to help you successfully negotiate the...

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