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July 24, 2015
The GMAT is a poor predictor of what most MBA candidates seek: successful employment after graduation.

The GMAT Is Dead (Long Live the GMAT)

The GMAT is a poor indicator of what most MBA applicants seek: successful employment after graduation. Much like telling your mother you never liked her cooking […]
July 16, 2015
Duke University offers dual MBA/Master of Environment Management degree with its Nicholas School of the Environment

The Top MBA Speciality Programs: Healthcare, Human Resources, and Sustainability

As the world of business evolves, so does business education. While traditional business disciplines such as accounting, marketing, finance, and management remain pillars of a business education, hopeful […]
June 19, 2015
Exercise, like running, can improve your memory and cognitive abilities

What’s the Best Study Aid? It Could Be Your Running Shoes

Stress, anxiety, fear. For many students, these emotions come standard with studying for and taking the GMAT. While fear of a low score and anxiety over getting […]
June 17, 2015

5 Ways to Making Your GMAT Prep More Strategic

Far too many test-takers think that plowing through the materials starting with Chapter 1 will be enough to get them a good score on the GMAT. […]
December 2, 2014
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Undergraduate majors with the highest (and lowest) GMAT scores

Over a quarter of a million students take the GMAT every year, and no two have exactly the same background. However, we used GMAC data to […]
November 25, 2014
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GMAT math: Working with Work Rate Problems

Work rate problems can trip up the most experienced test-takers, even those that are normally skilled in GMAT math. Today we’re going to try out a […]
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, […]