Author Archive | Thomas J. Miller

  • Thomas J. Miller

    Few people are as familiar with the ins and outs of the GMAT's sections as is Tom Miller. Since 1995, when the exam was pencil and paper only, Tom has designed, taught, and edited programs for several international test prep companies and MBA programs to address each change in the exam’s content and format. His students have gone on to graduate from many of the world’s top MBA programs.


    Tom has authored an acclaimed GMAT grammar crash course, “Verbal Boot Camp”, and has a long track record of helping the “math-phobic” successfully get their scores up to the level required to succeed in business school. He has also helped many students get the superior scores required for scholarships and admission to the world’s top MBA programs.


    Tom’s business school experience goes beyond the particulars of the GMAT. He has taught Economics and Statistics as an Executive in Residence and Adjunct Professor at the Butler University MBA program and taught Business Business Law at Stenden University in Qatar, where he was the faculty Senior Lecturer.


    Tom has won numerous awards for his publications on leadership, core values, and peak performance in “Proceedings” of the US Naval Institute and is the first enlisted man to win the Navy League of the United States’ Alfred Thayer Mahan Award for Literary Achievement.


    Tom holds degrees in English, German, and Art History from Indiana University, and a law degree from the Cleveland Marshall College of Law. You can connect with him on LinkedIn for further information.

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You’re considering an MBA; it won’t be all too long before you come across the Stanford Graduate School of Business, universally recognized as one of the world’s premiere Graduate Schools of Business. Stanford offers three full-time degree programs: the MBA, the MSx (a compressed one-year program generally pursued by mid-career professionals), and a Ph.D. We’ll […]

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