International Students

July 15, 2015

7 Things to Do When You Can’t Visit Your Target Schools

Though we always encourage students to visit the schools to which they’re applying, sometimes real life gets in the way. This is especially true for international […]
June 12, 2015
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Which Top MBA Programs Have the Most International Students?

The top MBA programs have students from every corner of the globe, from Argentina to Zambia. About a third of students who graduate from the top […]
May 27, 2015
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GMAT Troubleshooting: High Quant, Low Verbal

Every student has strengths and weaknesses. Some students sail through the quant section but have far more difficulty when it comes to the verbal section. It’s disheartening […]
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 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. […]
July 28, 2014

GMAT idioms for non-native speakers

Idioms can be one of the most difficult topics for native speakers and non-native speakers alike. But just like every other question on the GMAT, idiom […]
June 17, 2014

Key takeaways from AIGAC’s 2014 MBA applicant survey

The Association of International Graduate Admissions Consultants, otherwise known as AIGAC, recently released their annual survey of MBA applicants. The test revealed quite a few interesting […]