Category Archives: GMAT

Mapping Out Your MBA Application Timeline

Once you’ve decided to pursue an MBA, you’ve got your work cut out for you. Applicants need to fit studying for the GMAT, visiting schools, and developing essays in with other personal and professional commitments. …

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Improvements Coming to GMAT Test-Taking Experience

If you haven’t yet taken the GMAT, or still need to send scores to your target schools, then this news from the Graduate Management Admission Council will be of great interest. Earlier this week, GMAC …

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Overcome a Low Quant Background in MBA Admissions

This post originally appeared on Stacy’s “Strictly Business” MBA Blog on U.S.News.com The MBA admissions process is a holistic one. If it weren’t, every MBA cohort would be full of finance wizards and accounting gurus – not …

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Why Can’t I Score Above 700 on the GMAT?

By Kevin Rocci, resident GMAT expert at Magoosh, a leader in GMAT prep. Every test taker seems to covet a 700+ score on the GMAT. For good reason too, since a score of 700 means …

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GMAC Survey Finds Uptick in Demand for Traditional MBA Programs

Graduate programs in business and management are drawing a wider range of applicants, and these aspiring students are more likely to have a single program type in mind for either an MBA or non-MBA master’s …

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GMAT Idioms and Phrases: More Fun Than a Barrel of Monkeys

This guest post was written by Mike McGarry, resident GMAT expert at Magoosh. There’s a great deal of claptrap floating around on the internet that you don’t need to know about idioms for the GMAT.  …

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