Here at Magoosh, we are very grateful to all of you who read our blog. We love getting to know you guys, and are thankful that you spend your study time with us. Have a great holiday weekend with family and friends. And for everyone outside of the U.S. – have a great Thursday! (I’m […]
Have you decided to apply to b-school? Then check out this free resource from our friends at GradSchools.com–it will help guide you on your application journey to an MBA! Applying for admission to an MBA program can be daunting. You have to make decisions about what information to include in your personal statement, who to […]
Hello! Before you dive into your thanksgiving meal this year, take a pause and learn about 2 real-world terms that just might show up on your GMAT test: sample size and statistical significance! After you’ve watched the video, you can also head over to this blog post to learn more about statistical significance, too. Check […]
It may sound a bit strange, but one of the most important classes I’ve taken in my life was on posture. The class was on the Alexander technique, specifically, and it’s influenced how I interact with the world around me every day since. I’m far from a master of the technique, so I’m not going […]
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The HBS application is a little different from the application of almost every other school. So how can you present yourself in a compelling way without falling flat on your face? Read this blog post for tips! You’ve got your GMAT score and you want to apply to Harvard Business School. (Or GRE score which […]
Hello! This week, I’m sharing another sentence correction tip involving splits: not the splits that professional gymnasts perform with elegance, but the kind you do with your GMAT answer choices! And as usual, here’s a still of this week’s board work: See you next week!
Some people, stereotypically American students, are more comfortable with verbal information and find math challenging. Other students, especially native speakers of other languages, find the math do-able, but find the GMAT Verbal section daunting. In both math and verbal, there are the individual facts and individual strategies to know, and then there’s the good instincts, […]
Everyone who applies to top b-schools has an impressive list of accomplishments to boast of. But somehow, not everyone with a perfect GMAT score or high GPA makes it in to such schools. Here’s Esther Choy’s take on why some great applicants are accepted and while others are rejected. Back in 2005, the University of […]
Today, our friends at Accepted.com share tips for acing your MBA interviews! MBA interviews come in a variety of packages – blind, non-blind, traditional, team-based, case, Skype, phone, on-campus, by invitation, open…and the list goes on and on. Are you ready to take on this next challenge in the MBA admissions process? Accepted.com would like […]