A great story from Gmadness: "I have been a long time reader of GMAT Club and have been meaning to post my GMAT story. However, right after I took the GMAT I had to begin my LSAT prep! With that completed, I can let all you know about my score increase."
From Harshvinayak: "Super and a very cool resource on tenses called The Tense Tutorial by Aristotle Prep (guys who make the SC and CR Grails) . Provides great clarification with detailed, pictorial examples of each type of tenses. Must read, I say!"
In conversational English, we may hear or use sentences in which we present reason for something by using the expression "due to". In certain cases, this usage may be grammatically correct. But in certain other scenarios, it is incorrect. In this post, I will discuss these scenarios.
One of our jobs as admissions consultants is to anticipate new angles and opportunities for our applicants and one that we have been sharing with our clients this year is the idea of looking more aggressively to MBA programs in the EU. We have seen clients find better fits, enjoy some great results, and go on to be incredibly happy in European business schools (granted, they just started, but still), all after initially not even considering the possibility.
From Riverripper: "Work Life Balance: seems like a lot of folks who decide they don't want to be consultants or bankers cite this as one of the major factors in that decision. People who don't seem all that passionate about GM, marketing, corporate finance, etc...decide they will go for one of these careers because they will have a better life."
From GMAT Club member BSDLover: "I am trying to determine the rankings of the top international schools in a clustered format. As we all know that the US schools have been categorised among Ultra Elite (UE), Near Elite (NE), Elite (E), Trans Elite (TE). I believe that we can create similar categories for international (i.e. outside of US) schools."