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This Week’s TOP 5 GMAT Forum Topics
Integrated Reasoning: What you choose is what you weigh

As we experience, life is all about laying priorities & importance to the things that affect our life. "Importance" in mathematical parlance is referred to as "Weight"'.

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Facebook Friday giveaway event

Each month on a fateful Friday, GMATClub will be posting a Quant or Verbal question on Facebook. The first one to answer it correctly will walk away with a 3 month subscription to the GMATClub CAT tests worth $124.99!

Be sure to attend the event, answer the question and take your GMAT preparation to the next level.

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GMAT Club’s hardest questions

We have analyzed the results of the GMAT Club Timer and found the questions that most people missed and took the most time to get right.

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Well, someone had to pay - 770 (Q51, V44)

A debrief from GMAT Club member JumSumTak, bouyed by quotes like this: "Life's battles don't always go to the stronger or faster man. But sooner or later the man who wins, is the man who thinks he can." - Coach Vince

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The GMAT just got owned 720! :-D

Vinzycoolfire scored well in the GMAT: "Its all in the mindset: The GMAT is a beast, it transforms according to your mindset. Go in nervous and unsure and you will find a dragon awaiting you."

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760(Q-51,V-41) in 2 months- Impossible means I Am Possible

A great debrief from UncleSam2013: "Now that the GMAT journey is over, I understand the hard work and discipline that goes into achieving this score. One has to really take the right decisions at the right time to do well on the GMAT to make the seemingly impossible possible!"

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The Second Round Rush

Many candidates who are just contemplating their MBA applications tend to call us and ask, "How many schools can I apply to at this stage?" or "Am I too late to start my applications for Round 2 now?" Unfortunately, there is no clear-cut answer to these questions.

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This Week’s TOP 5 MBA Forum Topics

Invites are going out from many schools. We present a brief list of "Calling all applicants" threads:

Harvard 2013 (HBS) - Calling All Applicants
Stanford GSB 2013 - Calling all Applicants
Yale SOM 2013 - Calling All Applicants
INSEAD 2013 - Calling All Applicants
Boston University 2013 - Calling all applicants
Low GPA: What you can do

Technically, the yardsticks for GPA are quite flexible and school specific and you should not bother about absolute high/low figures. What you should be concerned with is the median range of the GPA of the school you are applying to, and it's always good to be on the higher side.

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Admission Criteria: Current Salary?

"How is salary used and weighted in the application? From what I understand there is a huge variation from career to career so it isn't quite apples to apples when comparing one person to another. Any input is appreciated."

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Waitlist management guide to earning yourself an admit

From GMAT Club Member GMATLA: "There are still some things that you can do to get yourself off that waitlist and into your dream school. You should consider all the following tactics and figure out which direction you should concentrate all your energy."

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Free or discounted items for students

From GMAT Club member Michmax: "I thought I would start this thread to keep a list of any sweet deals for students you come across, please share!"

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Indian MBA programs accepting GMAT scores

An expansive list of Indian MBA programs that accept GMAT scores for acceptance. Also listed are MBA programs that use GMAT as one of the admissions tests.

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