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My Application Journey Last Year

A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step. -Lao Tzu   Why I want to go to a top business school I moved to the East Coast with a singular vision: “Be a rock star in a new division and go to a TOP business school.” The reason why I want […]

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GMAT Tuesdays with Kevin: Real World Matters – Beyond a Reasonable Doubt

Hello! Welcome to the third installment in the “Real World Matters” series. This one features a quick introduction to the American court system (you can learn more about it here!). After you’ve watched it, you’ll be ready to dissect GMAT passages with this topic a little quicker than before. Here’s a still of the final board […]

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Learn How to Get Accepted to Stanford GSB

This year, only 6% of applicants gained acceptance to Stanford Graduate School of Business. How can you optimize your application so that you can join the 6% that into next year’s class? How should you present your qualifications effectively to the GSB adcom? How can you demonstrate that you’ll both fit in at this top […]

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The Official GMAT Guide 2015

GMAC has recently published a brand-new version of the GMAT Official Guide.  This is in fact the 14th edition of the GMAT OG, but that’s not what GMAC is calling it.  They are calling it: The Official GMAT Guide 2015.  How does this differ from the OG13?   The printed copy = virtually identical The […]

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The Anatomy of an Argument

What is an argument? An argument, in the context of the GMAT, doesn’t involve screaming, yelling, name calling, or any shenanigans of the like. Simply, an argument is the presentation of an idea. The point of the argument is to convince someone of this idea—or at least make it sound feasible. To know what an […]

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Student Post: How Practicing for the GMAT is like Shooting Hoops

Hey everyone, say hello to Eric this week! Eric has a lot of great advice for fellow students, and even makes a basketball analogy to make it all more understandable for you. About Me: I’m from Westchester County, N.Y. and now live in Manhattan. As an undergraduate, I studied both Economics and Chinese – and […]

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Exam Lifehacks Infographic

Sometimes the simplest, smallest study tricks make the biggest difference. They can boost your confidence, improve your focus, and dissipate your exam anxiety. They can even open your eyes to a new method of organization that will boost your academics for years to come. Today, we share our favorite unexpected lifehacks to improve your score. […]

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Introducing Grant Brooks, GMAT Blogger by Night!

  Introducing Grant Brooks, GMAT Blogger by Night! Hello everyone! My name is Grant Brooks, and I am very excited to share my journey with you. I am a MBA applicant veteran (Fortunately or unfortunately? We’ll find out!).   My background I graduated from California State University, Long Beach on a full-ride, and got a […]

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GMAT Tuesdays with Kevin: Intro to Dangling Modifiers

Hello! It’s true: there’s just something about dangling modifiers that makes them difficult and hard to spot! So this week, we’re practicing with examples so you can learn how breeze through, whiz through and do questions really fast. If you’ve got questions, feel free to leave them in the comment box below! And, you can […]

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Lower on the Real GMAT than on Practice Tests

This is a scenario I have seen countless times in the forums. Some student has been preparing for months, diligently doing practice questions and taking practice GMATs (whether GMAT Prep or some other practice tests). The student felt the scores on the practice GMAT were either acceptable or pretty good. Then the student sits for […]

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