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Tuesday Tips – Stanford GSB Essay Tips

Nowhere is the mandate to be authentic more emphasized than with the Stanford GSB application essays. The Stanford GSB admissions website provides clear guidance and advice for what to do, and what not to do …

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GRE Gaining Ground in MBA Admissions

Educational Testing Service (ETS) announced last week that the GRE General Test is now accepted by more than 500 business schools worldwide for their MBA programs. In the last four years, the number of business …

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B-School Buzz: MBA Interviews, Waitlist, GMAT

It’s MBA interview season, and this week’s B-School Buzz includes tips from applicants on their way to face-to-face meetings with members of admissions committees.

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When it Comes to Applications, Don’t Leave ‘Em Guessing

Competition for a place in a top-ranked MBA program is fierce, so applicants should heed this advice from Patricia Harrison, associate director of admissions at Tuck School of Business: never leave AdCom guessing about any …

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Tuck MBA Program: Advice For the Quantitatively Challenged

If you don’t have a traditional business background but are considering pursuing an MBA, never fear. Business schools want to see applicants from all sorts of educational and professional backgrounds because such diversity in their …

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Making the Most of MBA Fairs

For many who are just embarking on their B-school journey, attending an MBA fair is a stellar way to meet admissions representatives from several programs and impress them with your thoughtfulness and preparation…in other words, …

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