Hi, all! We’re starting a new video series with a weekly tip from our awesome GMAT expert, Kevin :). Let us know what you think, or if you have any suggestions for future topics!
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Hi, everyone! We’ve just released the FREE Magoosh GMAT Idiom eBook, which includes detailed explanations and examples of 27 different types of idioms: idioms involving prepositions, conjunctions, infinitives, comparison, and many many more! All written by our resident GMAT grammar expert, Mike McGarry :). You should use this eBook as a both a thorough guide to […]
Free Webinar: Inside the Black Box – An Insider’s Perspective on How Candidates are REALLY Evaluated
Join Stacy Blackman Consulting for an insightful conversation led by an ex-admissions officer on their team. They’ll share how applicant profiles are reviewed, and answer your questions during this interactive webinar on July 10, 2013, at 5 p.m. Pacific. Attendees will receive exclusive offers from Stacy Blackman Consulting and some of their partners. Space is limited, and […]
A guest post from our friends at BusinessBecause! This month, we take a look at three of the best business schools for entrepreneurs. Stanford Graduate School of Business, California, USA Business school in Silicon Valley Stanford Graduate School of Business is one the best known business schools in the world and has offered entrepreneurship classes as far […]
A great post by Stacy Blackman, President of Stacy Blackman Consulting This is the time of year when final business school decisions are being released, and unfortunately there isn’t always good news. After pouring your heart and soul into the arduous MBA application process, if your status changes from hoping and waiting to officially denied, it can […]
A great guest post from our friends at Accepted.com. Enjoy! The extensive available advice about applying to MBA programs was largely created with applicants to full-time MBA programs in mind. If you are applying to part-time MBA programs, most of this advice will be pertinent for you as well. But there are some nuances to […]
Hi, all! While all of us at Magoosh live and breathe the GMAT, we defer to admissions consultants for help on what happens after you get your GMAT score– the (often daunting) MBA application process. Accepted.com is having a webinar that we would highly recommend that you attend. They’ll also be giving away a […]
Some very helpful information from our friends at Accepted.com. Enjoy! I suggest that applicants for Fall 2014 entry begin assembling materials for their applications now – five months in advance of the first fall deadlines. One of the ideal documents to begin now is a resume, something that any professional should always have updated and […]
A guest post from our friends at BusinessBecause! Enjoy! Part-time MBAs are becoming increasingly popular as people opt against being out of work for a significant amount of time. While this approach guarantees a steady income and less debt, it is very challenging. We take a look at a few students who decided to juggle […]
A guest post from our friends at EssaySnark, enjoy! When an MBA candidate tells us that she went through a GMAT prep course from a reputable provider like Magoosh GMAT, we’re impressed. And pleased. We know that she’s got a higher chance of success in the overall MBA admissions process. We know that she’s bringing […]