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Does Your Recommendation Have to Be Written by Someone with a Flashy Title?

By - Mar 6, 14:03 PM   Comments [0]

In the past, we have addressed (and debunked!) the myth that you must personally know alumni from the top MBA programs to gain acceptance into those schools. Another admissions myth that is somewhat similar—in that it pertains to who you know instead of who you are—is that your...

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Etiquette Tips for MBA Thank You Notes

By - Mar 6, 13:09 PM   Comments [0]

Our clients often ask us if they should write thank-you notes to their interviewers. While handwritten messages of appreciation will always be a classy move—and we certainly encourage applicants to write such notes if they’re so inclined—an email message is just as acceptable in this...

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HEC Paris MBA Essay Tips & Deadlines

By - Mar 6, 08:22 AM   Comments [0]

These essays give the adcom a well-rounded view of you – they go beyond what you’ve done to capture how you think and respond, even how you imagine. Moreover, they require you to communicate complex thoughts and experiences in few words. For the four short...

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Will Your Graduate Education Pay? [Episode 195]

By - Mar 6, 07:20 AM   Comments [0]

Saving money on your student loans, ranking grad programs based on salary-to-debt ratios, plus life as a Columbia Business School grad. All in today’s show. Today’s guest, Amanda Wood, graduated from Vassar College in 2009 with a degree in social psychology and economics. After graduation, she...

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Tu Perfil para el MBA: El Rendimiento Académico

By - Mar 6, 06:49 AM   Comments [0]

En mi artículo anterior observábamos los cinco elementos que todo aplicante a un programa de MBA debe analizar. En este artículo abordaremos el primero: el rendimiento académico. Tu rendimiento académico en la universidad, desde el primer hasta el último año, es muy importante para cualquier aplicación...

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Five Tips to Build your Quantitative Profile

By - Mar 6, 05:57 AM   Comments [0]

Business schools want to admit candidates that they believe can withstand the quantitative rigor of an MBA program. Whether you are a non-traditional applicant with limited exposure to quant-focused work or someone who did not perform well in those courses as an undergrad, there is...

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Five Tips to Build your Quantitative Profile

By - Mar 6, 05:57 AM   Comments [0]

Business schools want to admit candidates that they believe can withstand the quantitative rigor of an MBA program. Whether you are a non-traditional applicant with limited exposure to quant-focused work or someone who did not perform well in those courses as an undergrad, there is...

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6 Things You Can Do During Spring To Improve Your MBA Application

By - Mar 6, 05:00 AM   Comments [0]

But it’s only February! Applications aren’t released until July! There’s nothing I can do now! Our clients give us countless explanations for why they must postpone their work on applications, some good, some bad. We have only have one reason for starting now: clients that start...

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GMAT Question of the Day (March 6)

By - Mar 6, 02:00 AM   Comments [0]

Math If a price was increased by % and then decreased by %, is the new price higher than the original? (1) (2)   Question Discussion & Explanation Correct Answer - E - (click and drag your mouse to see the answer) Verbal There is...

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Land Your Score: “Yes/No” Data Sufficiency Questions

By - Mar 3, 12:08 PM   Comments [0]

Jennifer Land explains how to evaluate Data Sufficiency statements. Here are some tips for tackling one of the most challenging question types on the GMAT: “Yes/No” Data Sufficiency questions. These require more practice (and critical thinking skills) than any other part of the test. The Kaplan...

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