Author Archive | Jen Nguyen

GMAT Test Dates | 2021, 2022, 2023 and Beyond!

With the COVID-19 still a concern in 2021, in-person GMAT test dates are limited, but at-home options are available—and will be permanently available going forward. In this post, we’ve covered some more vital information about the GMAT test dates for 2021—read on to find out more! Table of Contents GMAT Test Dates (2021, 2022, 2023) […]

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Berkeley Haas GMAT Scores

How good are your chances of getting into Berkeley Haas with your GMAT score? Of course, your score isn’t going to be a tell-all. You still need a well-rounded application, with a strong GPA, solid work experience/recommendations, and essays that coherently express your future goals while simultaneously demonstrating that you’d be a good fit. To […]

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Northwestern Kellogg GMAT Scores

Forget sunny California and Boston. You can’t wait to fill your suitcase with wool socks and long underwear, and head off to the Windy City! Chicago is home to Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management, an MBA program focused on general management with a very strong reputation for marketing. With a large study body (close to […]

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MIT Sloan GMAT Scores

MIT Sloan is one of the most selective MBA programs. It’s 2014 acceptance rate was at mere 13.8%, lower than Wharton (20.7%), Booth (23.5%) and Kellogg (23.2%). Granted, it’s incoming class is smaller, but still! 13.8% is pretty terrifyingly low. MIT is a world-renowned engineering university, and you’ll find that prominence bleeding into its MBA […]

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What Does GMAT Stand For?

What does GMAT stand for? Graduate Management Admission Test. The GMAT is overseen by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC). This test is used for admission to most MBA programs in the U.S. and Canada, as well as most English-language MBA programs in Europe. Although the majority of MBA programs will require prospective students to […]

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5 Things to Consider Before Getting Your MBA

The decision to go to business school is no joke! Getting your MBA is costly (in terms of both monetary costs and opportunity costs) and it is time-consuming. Figuring out whether it is the right path for you requires some deep introspection and hard core soul-searching. Here are some things to consider before getting your […]

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How to Get From 650 to 700+ on the GMAT

You studied for months. You had a good handle on the structure of the test. You did a bunch of practice exams before the big day. You got a 650, but you’re disappointed. A 650 is a good score, especially considering that the average GMAT score is a 550. But, you want to be in […]

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