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October 23, 2014
prep for gmat, or rather, Prep4GMAT, the best GMAT app

Prep for GMAT – The top rated app for studying for the GMAT

Would a rose smell as sweet by any other name? Juliet thought so, but then again she wasn’t searching for roses on the web. Prep4GMAT, rather […]
October 21, 2014
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Weekends and Workdays: 10 ways to prepare for the GMAT while working full-time

For a working professional, the idea of carving out enough time to study for the GMAT can seem daunting. And while there’s nothing wrong with doing […]
October 17, 2014
Should I retake the GMAT? It's a matter of ROI.

Should I retake the GMAT? It’s a question of ROI

The prospect of a higher score is always alluring, and sometimes it’s absolutely needed in order to have a shot at getting accepted, but other times, […]
October 15, 2014
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Does Integrated Reasoning matter?

The GMAT has certainly made some major changes since it began in 1954 (“Quantitative Reading,” anyone?), but the most recent change is the addition of an […]
October 9, 2014
Use these deadlines to stay on track for MBA second round deadliens

The procrastinator’s guide to applying second round: What to do when

First round deadlines are rapidly passing. Perhaps your application isn’t quite ready: an essay needs polishing, a recommendation letter is still being written, a GMAT score […]
October 8, 2014
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5 things to remember when visiting business school campuses

You probably wouldn’t buy a car without seeing it in person, so why would you pay upwards of $100,000 to attend a school you’ve never visited? […]
October 6, 2014
Which business schools are which houses from Game of Thrones

Business schools as Game of Thrones noble houses: Which is which?

Last year’s MIT Sloan’s follies, an annual awards night of humorous skits and presentations, was entitled A Game of Sloans, and in preparation for the event, […]