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GMAT Question of the Day (January 14)

By - Jan 14, 02:00 AM   Comments [0]

Math Among 200 people, 56% like strawberry jam, 44% like apple jam, and 40% like raspberry jam. If 30% of the people like both strawberry and apple jam, what is the largest possible number of people who like raspberry jam but do not like either strawberry...

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10 Myths That Can Destroy Your MBA Application

By - Jan 13, 09:03 AM   Comments [0]

As a future, or current business school applicant, getting an MBA is one of the most important things you’ll ever do. And like anything worth doing, it’s a lot of work. Every day, our team meets people from all over the world who have chosen,...

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What Do Top Business Schools Require on the TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE?

By - Jan 13, 07:02 AM   Comments [0]

EXPARTUS MBA Admissions Consulting%%www.expartus.com%% Getting into business school means jumping over a lot of hurdles. You need to take the GRE or GMAT, write your MBA application essays, fill out the application itself, and get some high-quality letters of recommendation. And if you’re an international student, there...

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GMAT Question of the Day (January 13)

By - Jan 13, 02:00 AM   Comments [0]

Math Among 200 people, 56% like strawberry jam, 44% like apple jam, and 40% like raspberry jam. If 30% of the people like both strawberry and apple jam, what is the largest possible number of people who like raspberry jam but do not like either strawberry...

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The Word “However” on the GMAT

By - Jan 12, 18:06 PM   Comments [0]

The word “however” is a tricky word with an interesting history.  First, a couple practice questions in which this word appears. 1) After the merger of Fastco and Celeriton, the CFO of Fastco has been charged with reporting the earnings of the employees of both companies,...

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GMAT Tuesday: Sentence Correction – Complex Subject Verb Agreement

By - Jan 12, 16:56 PM   Comments [0]

Long sentences are all over the GMAT. The sentence correction section loves to bog students down with modifying phrase, absolutes and appositives, to obfuscate the true meaning of the sentence. In this weeks video, I offer some tips for attacking these long sentences so that...

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Land Your Score: Sentence Correction Problems, Part 1

By - Jan 12, 14:09 PM   Comments [0]

Why do you want to become a physician and join the medical field?  Welcome to “Land Your Score,” a blog series in which Kaplan instructor Jennifer Land shares key insights and strategies for improving your GMAT performance on Test Day. This week, Jennifer discusses how to...

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Sunny Job Outlook for 2016 MBA Grads

By - Jan 12, 12:02 PM   Comments [0]

The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) has released the findings of its 2015 Year-End Poll of Employers, which reveal solid 2015 hiring numbers and robust 2016 hiring projections that reflect a continued healthy demand for recent graduates of master-level business programs — especially MBAs. Among the...

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What Should You Do When You’re Waitlisted Without Feedback?

By - Jan 12, 11:49 AM   Comments [0]

Our blog series, 12 Terrific Tips, offers specialized advice for MBA applicants in a range of situations – from deciding between an MBA and EMBA program, to applying as a member of an overpopulated sub-group, to acing your interviews…and loads more! Here’s the next post: As unfair...

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How accurate are GMAT practice tests?

By - Jan 12, 10:39 AM   Comments [0]

Recently a GMAT student asked me the following question:

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