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We have recently added an option to login/sign up with GMAT Club using a LinkedIn login.

We created a widget called "GMAT Club Authenticate" that allows you to authenticate/login to the GMAT club forum using your existing LinkedIn credentials. In this case, none of your email/password information on LinkedIn is being passed on to GMAT Club. However, when you sign up, LinkedIn does transmit to GMAT Club your email address from LinkedIn as well as a link to your profile. LinkedIn also shares your other basic information such as name, headline, and current positions - we do not use that information nor do we display it on the site; thus using the LinkedIn login option will keep your experience and privacy on GMAT Club the same as it would have been using just email and password. The login with LinkedIn is simply a convenience of not having to have another password.

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