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Does anyone have a recommendation for a good book (or online course) on Excel 2010? I want to brush up on the basic skills and get a head start learning the more advanced features that will be used in B-School.
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Does anyone have a recommendation for a good book (or online course) on Excel 2010? I want to brush up on the basic skills and get a head start learning the more advanced features that will be used in B-School.
I'm sure your b-school will offer a course in Excel, along with other pre-req courses. Not everyone come in to b-school with adequate Excel skills.
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Does anyone have a recommendation for a good book (or online course) on Excel 2010? I want to brush up on the basic skills and get a head start learning the more advanced features that will be used in B-School.
I'm sure your b-school will offer a course in Excel, along with other pre-req courses. Not everyone come in to b-school with adequate Excel skills.


They do, but the students I spoke with all wish they had better Excel skills going into the program.
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Check out MBAMath.com.

It offers excellent excel tutorials for every lesson module.
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