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    Maybe You Should Take the GRE

    Maybe You Should Take the GRE

    by on September 11th, 2015

    Despite being accepted by eight out of 10 business schools, there is still a stigma around taking the GRE for MBA admissions. Even with the big three, Harvard Business School, Stanford Graduate School of Business, and … Read More

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    The Best MBA Cities

    The Best MBA Cities

    by on September 7th, 2015

    Each year, thousands of students uproot their lives in order to start business school and potentially build a career for themselves in a new city. There are dozens of fantastic global cities with highly ranked business … Read More

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    Top College Football Teams by B-School or Why Your Team (and B-School) Sucks!

    Top College Football Teams by B-School or Why Your Team (and B-School) Sucks!

    by on September 5th, 2015

    So you’d like to go to business school but … you’d also like to engage in some healthy trash-talking on Saturdays. If you take your college football as seriously as you do your MBA (and you should!) we’ve … Read More

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    New to the GMAT? Let This Infographic Break It Down

    New to the GMAT? Let This Infographic Break It Down

    by on September 2nd, 2015

    So you know that the GMAT is the admission exam for business school, but that doesn’t mean you know what’s on it, how long it lasts, or what are some of the top business school in the U.S. Check out this infographic … Read More

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    Round 1 Deadlines for the Top MBA Programs

    Round 1 Deadlines for the Top MBA Programs

    by on August 30th, 2015

    With September nearly upon us, we’ve compiled a list of Round 1 deadlines at the top U.S. and international business schools. Most MBA programs have three rounds: Round 1 in the fall, Round 2 in winter, and Round 3 in … Read More

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    MBA Resources for Your Post-Military Career

    MBA Resources for Your Post-Military Career

    by on August 29th, 2015

    Military servicemembers and veterans returning from service possess a unique set of skills and experiences that make them highly recruitable into MBA programs. They also face a particular set of challenges as they adjust … Read More

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    How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the GMAT

    How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the GMAT

    by on August 21st, 2015

    There’s no shortage of blog posts and forum threads on the desideratum of cracking the upper 700s on the GMAT to get into a great business school. We’ve even written some here. But try looking for the opposite, and … Read More

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    The Pros and Cons of Different MBA Programs

    The Pros and Cons of Different MBA Programs

    by on August 17th, 2015

    Full-time, part-time, online, executive, global, 1-year, 2-year—If you’re considering an MBA, you have more options on how to obtain your degree than ever before. Each type of program comes with its own advantages, … Read More

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    Is Going Straight from Undergrad to B-School the Right Choice?

    Is Going Straight from Undergrad to B-School the Right Choice?

    by on August 14th, 2015

    Graduating from college is the proverbial crossroads for many future MBAs: some are eager to dive into the workforce and gain experience or hone their skills while others want to capitalize on their momentum and continue … Read More

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    2015-2016 MBA Essay Prompts from the Top Schools

    2015-2016 MBA Essay Prompts from the Top Schools

    by on August 12th, 2015

    With round 1 deadlines just around the corner, many of the top schools have already released the essay topics for the 2015-2016 MBA admissions cycle. Only a handful of the top schools have yet to release their deadlines … Read More

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    GMAT By the Numbers

    GMAT By the Numbers

    by on August 10th, 2015

    As a b-school applicant and future MBA, your life is already, or certainly will be, ruled by numbers. Between average GMAT score and average starting salaries, we thought we’d lighten the mood with some lesser known … Read More

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    Math You’ve Forgotten: How to Factor a Quadratic Equation

    Math You’ve Forgotten: How to Factor a Quadratic Equation

    by on August 7th, 2015

    Geometry, algebra, number theory—studying for the GMAT can reintroduce to you to subjects you haven’t come across since high school. And though you’ve learned them once, and were maybe even good at them, most test … Read More

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    7 Resources for ESL GMAT Test Takers

    7 Resources for ESL GMAT Test Takers

    by on July 30th, 2015

    The GMAT can be intimidating for anyone: there’s the high-stakes of business school admissions, the computer-adaptive format, and not to mention, the math you haven’t visited since high school. And, if English … Read More

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    The GMAT Is Dead (Long Live the GMAT)

    The GMAT Is Dead (Long Live the GMAT)

    by on July 28th, 2015

    The GMAT is a poor indicator of what most MBA applicants seek: successful employment after graduation. Much like telling your mother you never liked her cooking over your Thanksgiving dinner, it takes a lot of conviction … Read More

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