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Map Out Your MBA Timeline

This post originally appeared on Stacy’s “Strictly Business” MBA blog on U.S.News.com Once you’ve decided to pursue an MBA, you’ve got your work cut out for you. MBA applicants need to fit studying for the …

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Applying to Business School

This post originally appeared on Stacy’s “Strictly Business” MBA blog on U.S.News.com We’re coming up on MBA application season again, with Round One deadlines just a few short months away. If you’re applying to business …

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B-School Buzz: Timed Practice, Research, Rejection

It’s been another busy week for our B-school Buzz bloggers, as they’ve been continuing their GMAT prep, sharing new projects and learning about the fates of their applications. Start your timers! ”“ Chitra at GMAT …

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GMAT Hacks: When the Mean is the Median

When you have a set of consecutive numbers (integers, evens, odds, multiples), the mean is equal to the median. To locate the median, find the average of the endpoints. To extend the usefulness of this …

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What Makes Tough Verbal Questions Tough

One of the more frustrating things about verbal content on any standardized test is that you have to read and absorb material you have virtually no interest in. To make questions more difficult, the GMAT …

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All About the GMAT AWA

The Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) is the neglected stepchild of the GMAT. No one (test-takers or business schools) considers it as important as the rest of the test, and it’s scored separately from the Quantitative …

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