Posts Tagged ‘GMAT’

Top 10 Tips for the Data Sufficiency Section

By - Sep 24, 06:00 AM   Comments [0]

If you're just starting your GMAT prep (or even if you've been at it for a little while), the Data Sufficiency section can be tricky. After all, who ever heard of a math problem that you don't actually have to solve? The good news is that...

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From Undergrad to MBA in 5 years

By - Sep 10, 04:00 AM   Comments [0]

For those of you out there who are still in undergrad, you may be wondering what is the best way to plan the coming years in order to improve your chances of getting into a top business school in the future. This article is...

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Eliminating on Data Sufficiency

By - Sep 8, 04:00 AM   Comments [0]

Data Sufficiency can be a major obstacle for any GMAT student, but one advantage that you have against this infamous question type is that every Data Sufficiency question has the same answer choices. One of the first steps towards success on the GMAT Quantitative...

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MBA News Roundup @Knewton

By - Sep 7, 05:26 AM   Comments [0]

Gearing up for Round 1 admissions?  Here's your weekly dose of MBA news to keep up to date with what's going on with aspiring b-school students and people in the field. 1. 30 Under 30: The Top Young Entrepreneurs of 2010 Inc. Magazine highlights these rising business...

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The MBA application: where to focus your energy

By - Sep 6, 04:00 AM   Comments [0]

Applying to business school can require a lot more time and energy than you might initially think. Many applicants reduce the number of schools they apply to after beginning work on the applications and realizing just how much is involved with each and every...

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Labor of love — A Checklist for Untangling Multiple Figures in Geometry

By - Sep 4, 04:00 AM   Comments [0]

On the most advanced GMAT content, you will see complicated geometric figures. While these questions are often the most daunting questions, you (as the prepared and confident test taker) will realize that the GMAT is only testing a couple concepts. The geometric concepts you...

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MBA Admissions News Roundup: New Test Prep, NYU Stern Application Tips, and New B-School Rankings for Consulting

By - Sep 2, 09:25 AM   Comments [0]

Test prep companies have a busy season ahead of them; test prep traffic is bound to increase as future b-school applicants scramble to prepare for the Next Generation GMAT, reports a Businessweek article, "GMAT Test Prep: Changes on the Way." The new GMAT, which will...

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MBA Admissions News Roundup: New Test Prep, NYU Stern Application Tips, and New B-School Rankings for Consulting

By - Sep 2, 00:22 AM   Comments [0]

Test prep companies have a busy season ahead of them; test prep traffic is bound to increase as future b-school applicants scramble to prepare for the Next Generation GMAT, reports a Businessweek article, "GMAT Test Prep: Changes on the Way." The new GMAT, which will...

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Know when to hold ‘em: Pacing on Data Sufficiency

By - Sep 1, 04:00 AM   Comments [0]

Over these past few months of posting blogs on BTG, you’ve probably noticed that I like to associate important GMAT concepts with common situations. Well, with regards to pacing on data sufficiency questions, the best way to approach them is to know the material...

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Reading Strategically on the GMAT

By - Aug 30, 04:00 AM   Comments [0]

When preparing for the GMAT, students are often concerned about the amount of time it will take to read the reading comprehension passages on the test. Three to four passages can be a lot to read for many students, given the time restraints of...

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