GMAT Question of the Day (November 17)

By - Nov 17, 02:00 AM   Comments [0]

Math In a game of chess, the moves of whites and blacks alternate with whites having the first move. During a certain chess tournament whites have made 2319 moves altogether while blacks have made 2315 moves. If in any game the side that made the last...

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5 Ways to Know If a JD/MBA Is Right For You

By - Nov 16, 11:43 AM   Comments [0]

Many schools offer combination JD/MBA degrees where students can complete both degrees in four years (as opposed to 3 years for a JD and 2 for an MBA). While the idea is tempting – if you are getting one degree, why not get two? –...

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GMAT Memorization Trick: Mnemonic Devices

By - Nov 16, 08:49 AM   Comments [0]

In theory, the GMAT is meant to measure skills, ranging from analytical writing to critical reasoning, that have been developed over a long period of time. That ‘long period of time’ for most people equates to two decades of foundational education.

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GMAT Question of the Day (November 16)

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Math If working together, brothers Tom and Jack can paint a wall in 4 hours, how much time would it take Jack to paint the wall alone? (1) Jack is painting twice as fast as Tom. (2) If Tom painted twice as fast as he actually does, the...

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Exit Poll: What is the HBS Interview Really Like?

By - Nov 15, 21:43 PM   Comments [0]

You can read about each school’s interview process all over the internet, and we can tell you from our experience what it’s like all day long. However, what we’ve found is that applicants really appreciate hearing first-hand from someone who is still sweating from the...

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5 Ways to Differentiate Between Similar MBA Programs

By - Nov 15, 18:43 PM   Comments [0]

A cursory look at business school websites/marketing materials may have you thinking that they all look the same, but once you know which elements to look at, you’ll find that each school is quite unique in its offerings. Once you determine what you’re looking for,...

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Seats Filling up at the Chicago Booth Webinar

By - Nov 15, 15:07 PM   Comments [0]

Don’t miss out on the important advice that will propel you above the competition and into your seat in the upcoming class at Chicago Booth! So here's what you need to do: 1. Go here: reports.accepted.com/mba/chicago_booth_mba and register for the webinar. 2. Mark your calendar for Wednesday, November...

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How to Stand Out in a Group Interview

By - Nov 15, 10:58 AM   Comments [0]

Have you been invited to a group interview—or hope you will be? Some of the world’s top MBA programs use a team-based interview format, and we won’t be surprised if this trend grows in the future. Business schools want students who will play nice with others,...

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Planning Your College Course Schedule

By - Nov 15, 09:46 AM   Comments [0]

Follow these tips to find classes taught by the best professors. Heading into a new semester? Make sure you set yourself on the right path to business or graduate school by selecting classes relevant to your chosen career goals. How to plan your course schedule for college Know...

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Where’s the Poetry? The Secret Ingredient in Your Graduate Application Essays

By - Nov 15, 03:04 AM   Comments [0]

Strategy will necessarily guide your selection of essay topics, anecdotes/examples, and structure. Yet an essay built on calculation alone, even if the strategy is spot on, will often disappoint. Logically it all makes sense. But it doesn’t take flight. Poetry can be the secret ingredient to make your application...

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