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GMAT On Demand: Solving for One Variable Among Many in DS Questions

By - Mar 25, 12:21 PM   Comments [0]

// In this video, Rich begins by presenting a sample DS question. The question tests your ability to solve for the value of an expression -- without necessarily solving for the variables in that expression. Jess and Rich then go on to explain the best...

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4 To-Do’s for Accepted Grad School Applicants

By - Mar 25, 10:00 AM   Comments [0]

Should you kick back on a beach? Or go for a latte with a colleague? Find out why both may be in order in this video from Eye on Admissions where Linda Abraham outlines four action items that should be on the to-do lists...

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MBA & EMBA Admissions News Round Up

By - Mar 25, 08:00 AM   Comments [0]

Following in the trend of curriculum overhauls, Cornell Johnson will be making significant changes to its executive MBA program to allow for more elective classes. According to a Financial Times b-school new bulletin, the top EMBA program will also be ramping up...

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GMAT Question of the Day (Mar 25): Overlapping Sets and Sentence Correction

By - Mar 25, 02:00 AM   Comments [0]

Math (DS) What percent of the MIS students enrolled at Wisconsin University are female? 1. 5% of female students at Wisconsin University are studying MIS. 2. 12% of male students at Wisconsin University are studying MIS. OA and Explanation GMAT Daily Deals Save on Kaplan courses when you sign up thru...

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The Economist MBA Circle on March 29-30

By - Mar 24, 20:00 PM   Comments [0]

Don’t miss The Economist MBA Circle on March 29-30, a free online fair connecting the best candidates with top MBA programs. Qualified registrants can meet leading business schools from The Economist’s ranking of full-time MBA programs, including: - MIT Sloan School of Management - Darden Business School -...

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GMAT On Demand: How to Solve for the Value of an Expression (Without Solving for its Variables!)

By - Mar 24, 12:19 PM   Comments [0]

// As Jess and Rich explain in this video, oftentimes on Data Sufficiency problems you'll be given more variables than you have equations. This happens for two main reasons: You're just given more variables than equations (you know, because it's fun) You're given as many variables as...

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Your 4 Roadblocks to Top Business Schools in 2011

By - Mar 24, 12:13 PM   Comments [0]

Now is a perfect time to set ambitious goals for your career and for business school. You can bring these dreams much closer to reality by avoiding these 4 roadblocks to business school. Roadblock #1: Impatience / desire to move on Don't be a statistic: too many...

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Clear Admit Admissions Tip: Extracurricular Activities

By - Mar 24, 05:55 AM   Comments [0]

Because it’s the time of year when applicants aiming for Fall 2012 intake are just beginning to think about the admissions process, we wanted to focus today on one element of the application that candidates often underestimate: extracurricular activities. In...

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GMAT Question of the Day (Mar 24): Rate Problem and Sentence Correction

By - Mar 24, 02:00 AM   Comments [0]

Math (PS) Two trains continuously travel between Washington DC and Baltimore, which is 120 miles away. They start simultaneously, train A at Washington and train B at Baltimore, and run at 30 and 90 mph respectively. The station turnaround times are negligible. What is the distance...

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New Dean Chosen to Lead CMU Tepper

By - Mar 23, 22:43 PM   Comments [0]

Earlier this week, Robert M. ("Bob") Dammon was appointed dean of Carnegie Mellon University's Tepper School of Business, reports a recent Tepper press release. The current associate dean of education and professor financial economics will replace former dean Kenneth Dunn. “We are fortunate to have Bob...

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