Posts Tagged ‘GMAT’

How Hard do I Need to Study to Crack the GMAT?

By - May 10, 06:45 AM   Comments [0]

There’s a questions university professors hate to hear: “How hard do I have to study for this?” You’ve probably learned to be shy about asking just how much (or how little) you need to work for that top score. When it comes to the GMAT though,...

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The GMAT and the Law of Diminishing Returns

By - May 7, 07:00 AM   Comments [0]

There is a time in every applicant’s life where you need to look long and hard at your GMAT score and ask: “Is my score high enough to get me into my schools of choice? Or should I retake the GMAT? What are my chances...

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Your GMAT Isn’t You – Is It?

By - Apr 23, 08:00 AM   Comments [0]

Every year, MBA applicants call us to ask whether their profile (GPA, GMAT, work experience) is competitive at the schools they’re targeting. It’s a question we take seriously and address individually, because there are so many factors that impact competitiveness. We understand that deciding where...

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7 Tips to Jumpstart Your 2018 MBA Mission – Ready, Set, Go!

By - Mar 16, 07:57 AM   Comments [0]

It’s not even spring yet. So why am I nagging you to get moving on your MBA application prep? Not just because those Round 1 deadlines creep up with wicked stealth and speed. But also because there is so much you can still do between now...

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How to Choose Between the GMAT and GRE and Start Preparing

By - Jan 15, 10:15 AM   Comments [0]

We get a lot of questions about the GMAT and GRE: Is there an advantage to taking one exam over the other? What are the secrets to studying effectively and beating test anxiety? How can I get the best possible score? How do I start? Here...

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How Does Your GMAT Score Fit into the Holistic MBA Application Puzzle?

By - Jan 3, 01:09 AM   Comments [0]

There’s a lot of talk about the holistic approach admission directors take to evaluate applications. How much weight is really put on different aspects of the application during evaluation? If the approach is so holistic, then why do so many applicants with low GMAT scores get dinged...

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GMAT Study Tips (For When You Don’t Have Time to Study for the GMAT)

By - Jan 1, 02:51 AM   Comments [0]

Do you want to get into b-school, but feel like you just don’t have the time? Well, I have some good news: there are ways to fit GMAT prep into your busy schedule. Practice general reading, math, and writing skills in your spare time Not every GMAT...

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GMAT Success Strategies are Yours for the Taking!

By - Nov 21, 00:00 AM   Comments [0]

Our recent webinar The GMAT: Low Scores, Retaking & Strategies for Success was a huge success – Linda Abraham demystified the GMAT and provided loads of helpful advice. If you missed it live, the recording is now available! This article originally appeared on blog.accepted.com. Applying to a top...

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Should You Retake the GMAT?

By - Oct 26, 09:59 AM   Comments [0]

Well, should you? You’re not sure? There’s still time to register for The GMAT: Low Scores, Retaking & Strategies for Success and learn how to view your scores from the adcom’s perspective and to answer that painful, nagging question: Should you retake the GMAT? But time is...

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5 GMAT Myths Busted

By - Oct 26, 02:41 AM   Comments [0]

Think you know the GMAT? There are a lot of misconceptions about this exam. Before you begin your GMAT prep, be aware of the five most common GMAT myths. Myth # 1: The GMAT is just like the GRE, but with more business content. Many GMAT misconceptions...

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