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This Week’s TOP 5 GMAT Forum Topics
 
GMAT Club tests - free access on September 3, 2012
  We will open up access to the GMAT Club Tests on September 3 Pacific Time (USA). Make sure you mark it in your calendar and don't miss this opportunity to try the Hardest GMAT Tests for free!
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GMAT Debrief - From 450 to 740
 

From GMAT Club member MBA4viplav: "This debrief is for GMAT aspirants who are currently getting scores between 400 and 500 scores and who want to achieve that magical figure 700."

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My GMAT Disaster: From 500 to 530 in 18 months of effort
 

A tough time for Underscorgmat. Encouragement needed: "I wanted to obtain GMAT score 650+ (verbal-32 and quant-48). But I scored -500 (v-16 and q-45) on 23/01/11. After one and half year of study I merely scored only 530. I studied a lot for improving verbal. I covered Mgmat (8 books), GP verbal, OG-11, 12, and gmatclub posts."

  9 Replies - See the Article
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Time to start this GMAT journey
 

GMAT Club Member LukeBlodgett has a bit of a study blog on this thread: "I will try my hand at the GMAT in exactly 5 weeks (8/4 is test date) and figure I should start a journal of my experience leading up to the GMAT. Hopefully this will be helpful for others as well as a form of accountability for myself. I will try to keep this up to date as I spend time studying everyday, and will likely use it as a place to comment, offer advice, or just vent with my own frustrations!"

  12 Replies - See the Article
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The Official Guide for GMAT® Review, 13th Edition - QUANT
 

Bunuel tackles the tiger. One fan's take: "I wouldn't be surprised if Bunuel had better explanations than in OG."

  8 Posts - See the Article
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How to Become a Great Finisher
 

Written by a motivational psychologist, "How to Become a Great Finisher" is an article from Harvard Business Review that provides strategies on how to stay motivated from start to finish.

  2 Replies - See the Article
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This Week’s TOP 5 GMAT Forum Topics
 
How to Answer "Complete the Argument" Questions
 

The GMAT CR is full of complete-the-argument questions. This article provides a detailed description of the question type and how to critically think through it to find the answer.

 

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Using the "On a White Bus Mnemonic for Run-on Sentences
 

"Learn how this grammar mistake appears in the most insidious guises on the GMAT Sentence Correction." Join the Conversation

Stacy Blackman Essay Guides
 
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In the Stacy Blackman Consulting Essay Guides, veteran application strategy consultants have shared their essay writing secrets with you. The guides are updated every admissions season and are available in our store as downloadable PDFs. In each of our guides, you will discover: 

  • A detailed description of the attributes and qualities each program is looking for
  • A question-by-question analysis of what is being asked and why
  • Expert tips for the common questions the program asks
  • AND Essay samples and excerpts that will show you how actual applicants applied the tips to write essays that scored!

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This Week’s TOP 5 MBA Forum Topics
 
Will Adcoms Even Remember Me?
  Most schools host or attend one of the many MBA events, but they meet so many applicants. Should you expect the adcoms to remember you, and if not, what are the benefits of attending?
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Best Way to Pick a Recommender
 

How do you decide which recommender will write a glowing review? Ranked from best to worst, GMATLA unveils the mystery.

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Be Authentic in Your Application
 

Adcoms hear it all in applications. What is the best way to distinguish yourself as a person, not just another overeager MBA applicant?

 

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Admissions Consultants - Which Service Did/Do You Use?
 

One of your GMAT Club members needs help in deciding whether or not to use an admissions consultant and if so, who?

  Recent Post - Give your advice
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Where You'll Want to Live in 2032... Ranking the Livability of Your State's Future
 

"Using metrics that include economic, workplace, community and personal choice factors, Gallup found what will be the most livable U.S. region 20 years from now."

  1 Post - Read the Post
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MBA Admissions
 
Welcome to the GMAT Club official Tuck Ask Admissions Thread!
  Tuck at Dartmouth Admissions Team would like to welcome everyone to this thread and offer an opportunity to ask questions about our leading MBA program. If there is anything we can help with, please let us know.
  See the Tuck thread
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