The GMAT Gets Shorter!

By - Apr 4, 11:00 AM   Comments [0]

GMAC, the brilliant folks who create the GMAT, have decided to shorten the length of the GMAT exam. Starting on April 16, 2018, there will be six fewer Quant questions and five fewer Verbal questions on the GMAT. (Clearly, they’ve decided that “less is more”!) Here’s our...

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MBA Applicants: How to Get Accepted in 2018-19

By - Feb 16, 11:00 AM   Comments [0]

It’s time for my annual harangue/plea/rant. If you are planning to apply Round 1 in the fall, but have not yet thought about why you want an MBA, taken the GMAT/GRE, researched schools, or evaluated your qualifications, please please please keep reading. And then get started! I...

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GMAT Score for University of Michigan MBA (Ross)

By - Jan 17, 11:00 AM   Comments [0]

The University of Michigan Ross School of Business is a top ranked establishment that offers five MBAs, each geared towards students in various levels of their careers. In this post, we’ll be discussing their most popular degree—the full-time MBA—including information on the curriculum, application process,...

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Yale School of Management GMAT Score

By - Jan 12, 15:00 PM   Comments [0]

The Yale School of Management (SOM) is an elite department at one of the United States’ oldest universities. Below, we’ll take a closer look at Yale’s MBA program, including information on the curriculum, application process, and the average Yale School of Management GMAT score. Photo by...

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GMAT Score for UCLA Anderson School of Management

By - Jan 10, 15:00 PM   Comments [0]

The UCLA Anderson School of Management offers four MBA programs: a full-time MBA, a fully-employed MBA, an Executive MBA, and a Global Executive MBA. Below, we’ll be examining their most popular degree, the full-time UCLA MBA, including information on the curriculum, the application process, and...

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What Should You Do If You Belong to an Overrepresented MBA Applicant Group?

By - Jan 10, 11:00 AM   Comments [0]

I recently received a question – or more of a complaint – from a client who was concerned with his status as an Indian male working in IT. This individual was considering changing his location on his application – he was born, raised, and still...

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Are You a Competitive B-School Applicant?

By - Jan 8, 19:20 PM   Comments [0]

All year long at Accepted we receive calls from prospective MBA applicants asking whether their profile (GPA, GMAT, work experience) is competitive at the schools they’re interesting in applying to. It’s a question we take seriously and address individually, because there are so many factors...

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GMAT Score for Kelley School of Business

By - Jan 5, 15:00 PM   Comments [0]

Indiana University’s School of Commerce and Finance first opened 1920, and has been offering MBAs since 1947. In 1997, the department renamed itself the Kelley School of Business in honor of Indiana businessman and philanthropist E.W. Kelley. Today, the Kelley School is a respected institution...

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GMAT Score for NYU Stern

By - Jan 3, 15:00 PM   Comments [0]

NYU Stern is a leading business school located right in the heart of Manhattan in New York City. The typical GMAT score for NYU Stern is high, so admissions to the university are highly competitive. If you can get in, the program has many appealing...

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GMAT Score for Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business

By - Dec 29, 12:00 PM   Comments [0]

Dartmouth College, the smallest school in the Ivy League, is nestled in the mountains of northern New Hampshire. The expected GMAT score for Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business is undoubtedly high. But, if you’re interested in a small and intimate program, studying for a high...

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