The 5 Most Popular GMAT Articles of 2014

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The 5 Most Popular GMAT Articles of 2014

the top GMAT tips of 2014

What have you learned in the last year? Hopefully a lot. Here are a few of our most popular articles from 2014 to help make 2015 the year you crush the GMAT.

1. What Average GMAT Scores Say About Top Business Schools

Sure the average GMAT scores at top b-schools are impressive, but are they really a valuable source of information when it comes to admissions? Average GMAT scores often say more about a school then they do about its students. Check out which schools are on the rise and which are on the decline.

2. What’s a Good GMAT Score? A Straightforward Guide

It’s a simple question without a simple or single answer. A good GMAT score depends on where you plan to apply. Follow this guide to figure out what you should aim for before you take the test.

3. Business Schools as Game of Thrones Houses

Need a break debating the answers to tough CR questions? Debate which schools would have what it takes to rule the iron throne.

4. The Biggest GMAT Myths Debunked

There are a lot of “facts” about the GMAT that aren’t true. This article helps dispel a few of the most pervasive GMAT lies.

5. Should I Retake the GMAT? It’s a Question of ROI

Most hopeful MBA candidates are familiar with ROI (return on investment), so why not use this concept to gauge whether a retake will add value or detract from your b-school admissions prospects.

 

 

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