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Best Forum Posts Mar 1st [#permalink]
26 Apr 2012, 07:40
This Week's TOP 5 GMAT Forum Topics
From 360 ... to 700 (Q49, V37): "For Gmat all you need is concentration and confidence. I really thank GMatLa who first initiated in encouraging me, and Santanu 76, who gave valuable advice and guided me on the right track. I am very thankful to Gmat club without which I am nothing."
The Seven Samurai of 2012: Hold onto your hats, or seats, or something, because Bunuel has compiled an astounding collection of the best Data Sufficiency questions and discussions of 2012. From Absolute Values to Overlapping Sets, there's something here for everyone!
750 (Q51, V40) - Invincibleforce conquered the GMAT!: Find"I'm happy to inform you all that I am done with the GMAT, forever. Got a 750(Q-51,V-40) and though it's a little less than the 99th percentile (760 benchmark) I had set for myself, nonetheless, I'm on top of the world."
Debrief - First Attempt 720; Retaking!: "I began my study back in mid-December and took my first GMAT exam Feb 11th. Interesting experience for sure. Got a 720 with 49Q (85%) and 39V (87%). Pretty balanced score, but not as high as I need to help my profile for my target schools. As such, I will be retaking on March 26th. Shall the studying once again begin!"
720 (Q50 V38) debrief: "Although it's a very decent score that matches my profile quite well (good at quant, non native speaker), it's difficult not to be slightly disappointed given the higher scores I got on the mock tests..."
740....a humble debrief: "Date: Feb 20th, Score: 740 - 49Q, 41V, 96%. Debrief outline: Background, study plan, improvement from 640 to 740 in practice tests, D day glitch and finally the exam..."
Hundreds of interview questions!: Are you interviewing? You're in luck (and not just because you were called in for an interview)! This article and the next few articles focus on the interview: typical questions, tips and experiences. We hope you find some useful passages!
Rhyme's guide to interviewing: If you're interviewing you owe it to yourself to read this thread. Excellent advice and straightforward commentary on the typical interview. Many many example questions.
MBA - Interview tips and experiences: "This thread is intended to have useful tips and guides for MBA Interviews and Interview experiences of GMAT club members. Lets keep aside interview discussion from this thread and consolidate the interview related info and guides spilled across our forum.."