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How to Impress with your Business School Resumé

By - Aug 4, 14:15 PM   Comments [0]

This post originally appeared on the InGenius Prep blog The business school resumé is an absurd and challenging genre of writing. It suffers from severe constraints and yet, to be of value, requires an enormous amount of time and thought. It takes hours to create. But...

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Free GMAT Practice Test Resources That Will Make You Feel Good About Your Score

By - Jul 26, 10:29 AM   Comments [0]

Nobody familiar with the GMAT will argue that you shouldn’t practice for the test with GMAT sample questions and at least one GMAT practice test. But sub-par resources for GMAT prep abound; and this is where, as Robert Burns would say, the best-laid plans “gang...

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What is the GMAT format?

By - Jul 11, 01:15 AM   Comments [0]

The rumors are true! As of July 11, 2017, you can choose the order of your GMAT sections. Find out more about what this means for the format of your GMAT below. First, Some GMAT Basics The GMAT, or Graduate Management Admission Test, is a computer adaptive...

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How is GMAT Integrated Reasoning Scored?

By - Jun 23, 15:25 PM   Comments [0]

Many students have questions about the GMATs Integrated Reasoning (IR) section. “Is integrated reasoning part of the GMAT score?” Well…yes and no. Your IR score will be submitted to schools along with your verbal and quantitative score. However, the IR score is totally separate from...

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Act Like a Resume, Think Like an Admissions Officer

By - Jun 21, 13:18 PM   Comments [0]

This post was contributed by our friends at Admit.Me. To write a great resume, you need to be empathetic and get into the mind of the reviewer. Imagine that you are the person reviewing your resume. You’re trying to assess whether you’re qualified, unique and have potential...

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Act Like a Resume, Think Like an Admissions Officer

By - Jun 21, 13:18 PM   Comments [0]

This post was contributed by our friends at Admit.Me. To write a great resume, you need to be empathetic and get into the mind of the reviewer. Imagine that you are the person reviewing your resume. You’re trying to assess whether you’re qualified, unique and have potential...

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Picking Order of Sections on the GMAT

By - Jun 15, 13:31 PM   Comments [0]

In a recent announcement, GMAC (the folks who create the GMAT) announced an important change to the test.  What you have to know hasn’t changed, and what you have to do on test day hasn’t changed—-but the order in which you do these sections doesn’t...

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3 Tips to Getting the Most Out of Business School

By - May 31, 13:17 PM   Comments [0]

This article is written by our friends at Peterson’s! Business school is intense. You’ll constantly have a lot to do in every avenue of your school life. Regardless of how prepared you are, there will be times when you are overwhelmed. That’s okay. Tough deadlines and...

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GMAT Grammar: “On a White Bus” with Subordinate Conjunctions

By - May 29, 12:22 PM   Comments [0]

First, three practice GMAT grammar subordinate conjunctions questions, each somehow involving buses!   1) While spark ignitions start the combustion in gasoline engines, typical in automobiles, high compression of gases, with high temperatures, are igniting the combustion in diesel engines. (A) high compression of gases, with high temperatures,...

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GMAT for Non-Native English Speakers

By - May 19, 12:56 PM   Comments [1]

Since the GMAT is typically used for admissions to American universities, it is conducted only in English. Taking the GMAT for non-native English speakers is therefore slightly more challenging than for native English speakers. Non-native speakers have to navigate the same challenges that English speakers...

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