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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 Accepted Guide to Harvard Business School

Accepted.com is hosting an important webinar that will teach you how to write impressive, memorable secondary essays! Details below. What: Get Accepted to Harvard Business School When: Thursday, June 26th at 10 AM PT/1:00 PM EST (that’s tomorrow!) Why: So you can learn key strategies on how to optimize your MBA application to increase your […]

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GMAT Tuesdays with Kevin: Quality Resources

Hello! We all love free stuff–I know I do! But when it comes to GMAT prep, it isn’t wise to study with any free resource you stumble across on the web. You’ll need to be discerning about the quality of practice questions you’re using to make sure they can prepare you for the actual test. […]

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That GMAT Score: Implications for Your MBA Application, a Free Webinar

What role does the GMAT play in MBA admissions? How many times should you retake the test? What does your GMAT score say about your MBA admissions chances? Get the answers to these important questions, plus many more, in Accepted’s upcoming free webinar, That GMAT Score: Implications for Your MBA Application, which will air live […]

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Score Your GMAT Essay

Plenty of students want to improve their writing, and the only real way to do so is writing, and writing a lot. But there is a catch-22 here: how do you improve your writing if you aren’t a good writer? How can you identify places to improve if you don’t know what needs improvement? How […]

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How to Teach the GMAT

Most people would say that the GMAT is hard, and indeed, it’s no walk in the park, but I would argue that the hardest part of this topic lies in the first three words of this blog post.  Teaching is an art that develops with experience.  I was fortunate to have done classroom teaching in […]

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[Announcement] New Infographic!

GRE vs. GMAT Applying to grad school can be stressful, but picking the right graduate exam to take shouldn’t be. With that in mind, we updated our popular GRE vs. GMAT post with a shiny new infographic. If you’re considering applying to business school, this resource is for you! Follow along to learn the similarities […]

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Magoosh + Uniguru: Free eBook and Video Series

Hi, all! Kevin, one of our GMAT experts, recently did a video Q&A with the folks at Uniguru, answering questions that students often have about the GMAT. You can see all of the videos by topic on Uniguru’s site here: http://www.uniguru.co.in/blog/study-abroad-videos/gmat-preparation/ They also just released a GMAT eBook, which you sign up for here (see if […]

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The Best GMAT and MBA Admissions Resources

Hello Future MBAs of the World! Let’s be real: there’s a lot of information available for students studying to take the GMAT. It’s scattered far and wide across the web, and no – it’s not all created equal. With that in mind, we put together a library of our favorite (free) GMAT and MBA Admissions […]

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Review of GMAT Focus Quantitative Diagnostic Tool

The GMAC offers a range of resources for those preparing for the GMAT. The Official Guide to the GMAT and GMAT Prep are invaluable to students, and we strongly encourage our students to purchase and download these resources for their preparation. Another resource available to students is the GMAT Focus® Online Quantitative Diagnostic Tool, which […]

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