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4 Unlikely TV Shows MBA Students Can Learn From

By - Sep 18, 12:53 PM   Comments [0]

Image Via Pixabay.com By Julia Dunn on September 11, 2015 This article is brought to you by Uloop and Kaplan.  Search Uloop for student housing, college roommates, sublets, part-time jobs, internships, tutors, and campus news. These days, television is more dynamic than ever. Reality TV shows are not...

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College Application Planning Tips for High School Juniors

By - Sep 18, 11:46 AM   Comments [0]

Congratulations! You made it to junior year. Now comes the fun part: making it through junior year. Many students report that the transition between sophomore and junior year is even more difficult than the transition between high school and college. Seriously. But we here at...

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College Application Planning Tips for High School Juniors

By - Sep 18, 11:46 AM   Comments [0]

Congratulations! You made it to junior year. Now comes the fun part: making it through junior year. Many students report that the transition between sophomore and junior year is even more difficult than the transition between high school and college. Seriously. But we here at...

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Big Donation Further Funds Columbia’s Manhattanville Campus

By - Sep 18, 08:40 AM   Comments [0]

Columbia Business School announced yesterday that alumnus Henry Kravis has increased his gift to the school to $125 million, up from $100 million, in celebration of  Columbia Business School’s Centennial anniversary. The major donation further funds the new Manhattanville Campus, located between West 125th and West...

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GMAT Question of the Day (September 18)

By - Sep 18, 02:00 AM   Comments [0]

Math Carly has three movies that she can watch during the weekend: an action movie, a comedy, or a drama. However, she wants to watch the same drama movie three times, an action movie once and a comedy movie also once. In how many different ways...

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College Application Planning Tips for High School Sophomores

By - Sep 18, 02:00 AM   Comments [0]

Proud of your high GPA and solid extracurricular participation, you watch as freshman year fades into your rearview. The freshly paved sophomore freeway lies ahead, and you’re in the driver’s seat now. To be fair, Mom or Dad’s probably riding shotgun, but that’s only in the...

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5 Important Factors in Planning Out Your GMAT Studies

By - Sep 18, 00:03 AM   Comments [0]

September is the time of year when many people decide that an MBA is a degree that they would like to have. Unfortunately, they often rush head-first into the overall process of applying for that coveted MBA (including rushing into their GMAT studies) without properly...

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Always Waive Your Right to View Your MBA Recommendation

By - Sep 17, 19:55 PM   Comments [0]

By Paul Lanzillotti, Amerasia Consulting Group I tell my clients up front that they have to waive their right, and that it is not really an option to not do so. Not waiving your right could tell the adcom that you don’t trust your recommenders.  It could...

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An Interview With Our Own: Jennifer Bloom

By - Sep 17, 11:49 AM   Comments [0]

Curious about the life and times of our spectacular admissions consultants? Enjoy our newest blog series in which we interview the fabulous people who make up the Accepted.com staff. Next up is…Jennifer Bloom. Accepted: Can you tell us a little about yourself? Where and what did...

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College Application Planning Tips for High School Freshmen

By - Sep 17, 10:07 AM   Comments [0]

The first day of freshman year. You walk into school, stomach churning with anticipation. “Are classes going to be a lot harder? How can I find the right activities? Am I going to fit in here? And holy cow! Do those upperclassmen have full beards?” On...

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