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September 30, 2014
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An early look at the MBA class of 2016

Though many applicants are still in the throes of Round 1, some of the top business schools have already released class profiles for the Fall 2014 incoming […]
September 25, 2014
Arnout Hemel of LTG, the company behind the top GMAT app

Behind the app: An interview with LTG’s head of product and marketing

Arnout Hemel is LTG’s VP of Product and Marketing and a 15-year veteran of the online industry with experience at Microsoft, Accenture and CheQQer, a pan-European […]
September 23, 2014
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How to study for the GMAT as efficiently as possible

Most aspiring MBAs aren’t eager to spend 50+ hours pouring over practice problems and drilling themselves on basic grammar. But such is the reality when you’re […]
September 18, 2014
Resumes for MBA applications: connect the dots

MBA Applications: 4 Resume Tweaks for High Impact

We all know the standard resume advice. It’s been drilled into our heads by parents, teachers, advisors and professors so often that it hardly bears repeating: […]
September 16, 2014

Countries with the highest (and lowest) average GMAT scores

Last year, the GMAT was administered in over 180 countries. The Graduate Management Admissions Committee has carefully recorded the number of people that have taken the […]
September 11, 2014
Only one GMAT practice test is the most accurate

Don’t be fooled: The GMAT practice test you really should be using

Sometimes the original just can’t be beat. Think of your favorite soda or cereal brand. Now think of the supermarket knock off versions – the RC […]
September 9, 2014
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The perils (and perks) of writing your own recommendations

A recent survey by the Association of Graduate Admissions Consultants (AIGAC) reported that 38% percent of applicants reported writing at least one of their recommendation letters. […]