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# Directory of MBA Applicant Blogs

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Joined: 19 Apr 2014
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Location: India
Concentration: Strategy, Technology
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09 Aug 2014, 01:00
 FROM Pro GMAT: How it started-Part 2- Post Quant This is part 2 of How it started.You can find Part 1 here.I did complete quant but consumed a lot of time because i was busy with some client deliverables. Because of that, office was over charged with lots of extra time to be spent on issues and solving them.While studying quant I have realised that few questions are very easy to tackle with some small tricks. Like remembering squares, square roots, cubes, cube roots, and some basic formulas.The GMAT exam is not about what have you studied for the preparation but it’s about your ability to apply some basic and useful steps in general management scenarios. After all you are studying to become an Manager.To practice with the pace its obvious we need to keep track of the time of each question and average time we spend on each question. If you want to track your speed for each section and want to know your pace, you can use the GMAT timer which can give you more specific details section wise and it is perfect to use while practicing. I have also used a Snap Timer which a small and easy to use application for desktop but it is just a timer.After completing quant, retook my GMATPrep (in between I have to format my machine so I lost my previous result). And shockingly it was 530 (10 points below from previous score)But my Quantitative score was increased from 22 to 46. That is a positive point.So Now I really have to work on my Verbal. I have already completed SC and CR portion of the verbal and completed questions of Official Guide for Verbal, 2nd Edition and Official Guide for GMAT, 13th Edition for SC and CR. I will complete RC study portion within 2-3 days and will be posting my further progress.Comments!!Filed under: Preparation Tagged: GMAT, GMATPrep, Guide, Journey, Quant, Study, Tool, Verbal
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Joined: 28 Apr 2013
Posts: 177
Concentration: Technology
Schools: Anderson '18 (M)
GMAT 1: 710 Q47 V40
WE: Information Technology (Internet and New Media)
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09 Aug 2014, 07:00
 FROM Pulling That MBA Trigger: Ooooh, I’m famous! Well, not really. But my interview is finally up on Accepted. Interesting how my college choices have changed since then, but all for the better I think.Read it y’all!
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Joined: 14 Jul 2013
Posts: 293
Location: India
Concentration: Marketing, Strategy
GMAT 1: 690 Q49 V34
GMAT 2: 670 Q49 V33
GPA: 3.6
WE: Brand Management (Retail)
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09 Aug 2014, 11:01
 FROM Farhanc85: Booked-4th Sept Although I never achieved my target of 750 in mocks. I thought its high time I book my date. So 4th september is the G-Day this time. Let's see how lucky september is for me.Today's Mock score too bad to even share. Got last 8 questions wrong in Quant and 10 question in Verbal . Need to build that concentration, too many things going on in my mind.Anyways analysis is still going on, lets see.Cheers
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09 Aug 2014, 11:01
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09 Aug 2014, 12:00
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10 Aug 2014, 07:01
 FROM Pro GMAT: VPR: Veritas Prep Review Yo!! Taken the Veritas prep, and it was nice to see an increase in score. I have completed it on time. I think it was easier than MGMAT. Score was:Few Takeaways: Quant:Perimeter of a triangle with side a = a + a + a_/2Reduction in % is sufficient to calculate the target in %.Assume total occurrence + non-occurrence of an event as 1.Slopes of 2 perpendicular lines are -ve reciprocals.Need more practice on Data SufficiencyFew Takeaways: Verbal:Check the use of comma.When ‘greater‘ is used, things are already compared. No need to use ‘compare‘ word again.An alternative reason given for something brings the conclusion in doubt.Need to indulge more into Passages.My whiteboard force me daily to complete the tasks that are written on it. Nice board!! Helps me keep on track.Filed under: Preparation Tagged: Analysis, GMAT, Preparation, Quantitative, Study, Verbal, Veritas
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Joined: 09 Jul 2014
Posts: 4
Concentration: Finance, Healthcare
GMAT Date: 08-09-2014
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10 Aug 2014, 23:01
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11 Aug 2014, 11:01
 FROM Pro GMAT: VPR: Veritas Prep Review Yo!! Taken the Veritas prep, and it was nice to see an increase in score. I have completed it on time. I think it was easier than MGMAT. Score was:Few Takeaways: Quant:Perimeter of a triangle with side a = a + a + a_/2Reduction in % is sufficient to calculate the target in %.Assume total occurrence + non-occurrence of an event as 1.Slopes of 2 perpendicular lines are -ve reciprocals.Need more practice on Data SufficiencyFew Takeaways: Verbal:Check the use of comma.When ‘greater‘ is used, things are already compared. No need to use ‘compare‘ word again.An alternative reason given for something brings the conclusion in doubt.Need to indulge more into Passages.My whiteboard forces me daily to complete the tasks that are written on it. Nice board!! Helps me keep on track.Filed under: Preparation Tagged: Analysis, GMAT, Preparation, Study, Verbal, Veritas
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11 Aug 2014, 11:01
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11 Aug 2014, 19:00
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Joined: 16 Dec 2013
Posts: 105
Concentration: Entrepreneurship, Strategy
GMAT 1: 610 Q47 V28
GMAT 2: 650 Q45 V32
GMAT 3: 710 Q47 V40
WE: Consulting (Consulting)
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12 Aug 2014, 02:00
 FROM Naija MBA Gal: Stepping away from it all One of my strengths also happens to be one of my major weaknesses (I know this sounds cheesy and everybody advises you not to use that line during your interview but it is true). Let me explain: I have never met a problem I could not solve – which is good. I may not be the smartest, […]
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Joined: 01 Sep 2013
Posts: 311
Location: United States
Concentration: Strategy, Entrepreneurship
GMAT 1: 710 Q49 V38
GMAT 2: 710 Q47 V41
GPA: 3.7
WE: Corporate Finance (Aerospace and Defense)
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12 Aug 2014, 08:00
 FROM Grant Me Admission: Changing my Game Plan It’s only been almost 1 week since my last post! So sorry, between my insane work schedule, my final GMAT studying, finalizing my Harvard app,…
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Location: India
Concentration: Strategy, Technology
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12 Aug 2014, 10:00
 FROM Pro GMAT: Drinks Break on Marathon Last 3-4 weeks are going like running in a marathon. Consuming every possible information and saving it to the infinite TB of my brain. My hard-disk is revolving like Shaktimaan(an indian superhero). I have taken my CAT exams in past few days but I did not get any +ve results, just because I am studying break-free since last 2-3 weeks. Gotcha!!I need a break…. Definately.Time to shift focus from GMAT hard-core studies to resume preparation and University research work. I believe that will help me out (somehow).Today, I revised complete Number theory. I found GMAT Club Math book a very good resource for revision purpose. I will be keeping it on my desktop for next 2 weeks. I learned a few new techniques in Fractions and others, I hope they will click in my mind during the Armageddon.Well after some brainstorming or i would say storming-brain, it was not possible to sit and break the head on computer screen. Obviously I was in an urgent need to have rest and consume some fresh air. I went for an evening run of 2 KM and had juice after that, that was a feeling like WOW. And filled me with a new energy. That gave a thought to start my resume preparation. I was looking for few resources and found some of them as follows:I have to dig out things out of these to create my resume. Will be sharing more details soon.Stay Strong!! Keep rocking!!  ;)Filed under: General Post, Preparation Tagged: Accepted, Analysis, GMAT, GMATClub, Guide, Inspiration, Journey, Preparation, StacyBlackman, Study
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Joined: 01 Sep 2013
Posts: 311
Location: United States
Concentration: Strategy, Entrepreneurship
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13 Aug 2014, 04:01
 FROM Grant Me Admission: How to Add 40 Points to Your GMAT *None of the following information has been backed up by the GMAC With little less than 2 weeks until my test, I recently was able to…
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13 Aug 2014, 09:01
 FROM Pro GMAT: bRainStorming It was a cool rainy day, with more to accomplish less to relinquish.Yesterday I focused on Number theory and some info on resume. Find it here. Moving forward, today I focused on some basics of Quant and Verbal.I did some basics review of Factorials, Absolute Values and Algebra Equations.  The formula of the day was to get the number of trailing 0’s in a product or in a factorial. It was nice to learn that new formula. You can get it here.I solved some Reading Comprehension problems also. Learned how to identify the wrong answers. It is a good technique. The most useful is to make your skeleton of RC of argument and then identify the question type. That will save much of your time.I also checked my CR strategy giving a quick look at the Manhattan CR Guide.In my last Manhattan CAT, the wrong answers from CR were:Describe the Role (1/1)Draw a Conclusion (3/3)Evaluate the Argument (1/1)Explain the Discrepancy (1/2)Find the Assumption (1/1)Provide an Example (1/1)Strengthen the Argument (1/2)Weaken the Argument (1/3)Yes, it was shocking but this score forced me to learn CR with a fresh mind. Now I am feeling more equipped with CR.During some research I found one software called It is a very nice software to keep track of all the current and future events as a timeline.Apart for GMAT, I researched for some University list too. I will be sharing  it soon.Filed under: Preparation Tagged: Analysis, GMATClub, Journey, Manhattan, MBA, Preparation, Quant, Study, Verbal
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14 Aug 2014, 03:00
 FROM Pro GMAT: Drinks Break on Marathon Last 3-4 weeks are going like running in a marathon. Consuming every possible information and saving it to the infinite TB of my brain. My hard-disk is revolving like Shaktimaan(an indian superhero). I have taken my CAT exams in past few days but I did not get any +ve results, just because I am studying break-free since last 2-3 weeks. Gotcha!!I need a break…. Definately.Time to shift focus from GMAT hard-core studies to resume preparation and University research work. I believe that will help me out (somehow).Today, I revised complete Number theory. I found GMAT Club Math book a very good resource for revision purpose. I will be keeping it on my desktop for next 2 weeks. I learned a few new techniques in Fractions and others, I hope they will click in my mind during the Armageddon.Well after some brainstorming or i would say storming-brain, it was not possible to sit and break the head on computer screen. Obviously I was in an urgent need to have rest and consume some fresh air. I went for an evening run of 2 KM and had juice after that, that was a feeling like WOW. And filled me with a new energy. That gave a thought to start my resume preparation. I was looking for few resources and found some of them as follows:I have to dig out things out of these to create my resume. Will be sharing more details soon.Stay Strong!! Keep rocking!!  ;)Filed under: General Post, Preparation Tagged: Accepted, Analysis, GMAT, GMATClub, Guide, Inspiration, Journey, Preparation, StacyBlackman, Study
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14 Aug 2014, 03:01
 FROM Pro GMAT: bRainStorming It was a cool rainy day, with more to accomplish less to relinquish.Yesterday I focused on Number theory and some info on resume. Find it here. Moving forward, today I focused on some basics of Quant and Verbal.I did some basics review of Factorials, Absolute Values and Algebra Equations.  The formula of the day was to get the number of trailing 0’s in a product or in a factorial. It was nice to learn that new formula. You can get it here.I solved some Reading Comprehension problems also. Learned how to identify the wrong answers. It is a good technique. The most useful is to make your skeleton of RC of argument and then identify the question type. That will save much of your time.I also checked my CR strategy giving a quick look at the Manhattan CR Guide.In my last Manhattan CAT, the wrong answers from CR were:Describe the Role (1/1)Draw a Conclusion (3/3)Evaluate the Argument (1/1)Explain the Discrepancy (1/2)Find the Assumption (1/1)Provide an Example (1/1)Strengthen the Argument (1/2)Weaken the Argument (1/3)Yes, it was shocking but this score forced me to learn CR with a fresh mind. Now I am feeling more equipped with CR. During some research I was thinking that, how will it be to check your complete journey and schedule on a single timeline. Then I found this software called It is a very nice software to keep track of all the current and future events as a timeline. You can even set the remainders for tasks. It helps to check your past, current and future tasks on a single window.Apart from GMAT, I researched for some University list too. I will be sharing  it soon.Filed under: Preparation Tagged: Analysis, GMATClub, Journey, Manhattan, MBA, Preparation, Quant, Study, Verbal
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14 Aug 2014, 10:01
 FROM LTN99: Prep time! This is exactly how I feel when people from GMATClub and Veritas read a question, find the answer, and keep their focus on learning the concept!And then there is I, who just doesn't seem to get what on Earth is going on in the question!Trucking on!LTN
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14 Aug 2014, 13:00
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 FROM Defying Gravity - The MBA Journey: FOMO is real Classes haven't even started yet, and I'm already experiencing FOMO.The number of events that I've already received invites for is mind-boggling. Should I go on that Cape Cod retreat, attend the Gatsby party, Color Block party, cocktails and networking event, yacht day, dinner with ECs, etc???... oh yeah, and at some point between those events, I'll also need to read a bunch of cases, be prepared to be cold-called, familiarize myself with campus, try to meet new people, and get re-adjusted to living with a roommate.Holy crap, this year is going to be crazy...and amazing... but definitely crazy.So anyway, I'm learning that HBS is a very social place. Last year, when researching MBA programs, I heard so much about the fun activities and parties that pervade Kellogg and the friendliness of students at programs like Tuck and Fuqua. HBS was designated as the uber competitive, suit-wearing "bro." But, so far at least, I haven't experienced that at all. Everyone I've met has been super supportive and down to earth. We'll see what happens once classes start, but I'm feeling very happy about my decision to matriculate here.
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