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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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Identifying Scope on GMAT Critical Reasoning Questions

In many questions asking you to strengthen an argument, weaken an argument, or identify an assumption, there will be a shift in scope from the evidence (in this case, the first two sentences) to the …

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Interview Advice From UNC Kenan-Flagler’s MBA Program

Something to keep in mind when you’re approaching the interview portion of the application process: the exchange should move as smoothly as a Viennese waltz —which means no one’s toes get crushed. The UNC Kenan-Flagler …

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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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Maximize Your GMAT Readiness

As you know if you’ve taken several full-length practice tests, your score will vary, and it won’t always do so in a logical fashion. You might have gotten up on the wrong side of the …

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5 Ways to Overcome Test Anxiety

Test anxiety plagues most people preparing for the GMAT to some degree. Peter Aranda, executive director and CEO of The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management–the preeminent organization for promoting diversity and inclusion in American …

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