LTG Exam Team

April 28, 2016
Attending business school shouldn't be tactic to put off the "real world."

Who’s Who of Graduation: B-School Commencement 2016

In the run up to graduation season, the graduation speaker is a big deal. If you’re graduating from one of the top schools in the US, […]
April 21, 2016

How to Study for the GMAT if You’re a Working Professional

Working professionals considering a business school education often have competing priorities: managing their current responsibilities, performance, and schedules, while also planning for their future. Between long […]
April 13, 2016
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Running Down a Dream: How the GMAT is like running a marathon

Five days from now, approximately 30,000 people in track shorts and running shoes will gather in Hopkington, a small Massachusetts town located 26.2 miles outside the […]
April 6, 2016

The Admit’s Burden: How to decide where to attend business school

The hard work has paid off. After studying for and taking the GMAT, coaxing mentors to pen recommendations, writing and rewriting your essay, and waiting for […]
March 30, 2016
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The Ultimate Checklist for International Applicants to US Schools

In the most recent survey from the Graduate Management Admissions Council, the US remained the top study destination for the majority of students, and was the […]
March 23, 2016

Help Me, Help You — Working With an Admission Consultant

If applying to business school was as simple as swiping right on the MBA program of your dreams to indicate your interest and waiting for the […]
March 16, 2016

A GMAT Lesson from Entrepreneurship: Mistakes Are the Way Forward

Recently, the LTG team had the pleasure of receiving to our office Dr. Edward Roberts, one of MIT’s many distinguished professors, and the man who literally […]