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Three Major benefits of pursuing an MBA


by Emel

Deciding to pursue an MBA is a major decision for any individual, not only because of the financial investment it...

Unconventional Reasons to pursue an MBA

by Emel

The decision to pursue an MBA is arguably one of the most important decisions that you will have to make in your...

GMAT Tips How to solve a complex verbal question?

Here is a difficult Sentence Corrections question:

 

While one must always be wary of...

GMAT Tips How to solve a complex verbal question?

Here is a difficult Sentence Corrections question:

 

While one must always be wary of...

Rankings- how to use them

by Patricia

Every year, the US News and World Report publishes a list of the best MBA programs in the United States. The...

How to write a winning Essay for a Business School?

by Emel  

You have taken or retaken your GMAT and hopefully, you have scored high. You have talked to your recommenders and...

This MBA program or that MBA program - Three points to consider

by Patricia

Does it really matter which business school you attend?Is there a difference between London Business School, the...

Top paying jobs that favor an MBA

by Emel

Whether or not to acquire a Masters in Business Administration is one of the most important decisions that most young...

The one-year and two-year MBAs

by Patricia

The one-year MBA has its roots in Europe, where a majority of elite European business schools, including INSEAD and...

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT THE GMAT CAT

Here is a list of the most frequently asked questions about the GMAT CAT and our answers.

Q: Should I answer questions wrong on...

When should you give the GMAT?

by Emel

Students, who plan to visit the Business School in the immediate or far away future, often face the dilemma of when they...

How do admissions officers use GMAT scores?

There is no universal or uniform use of GMAT scores. For example, Rotterdam, Erasmus considers only the Verbal Section of the test as a...

To MiM or not to MiM- that is the question.

by Patricia

Masters in management (MiM) programs are postgraduate business degree programs. They are typically more classroom-based...

How important are the essays compared to the rest of the application?

Essays are arguably the most critical element of the MBA application. It is their subjective nature that potentially gives an otherwise...

Why do business schools ask for essays?

Essentially, the MBA application essays are the Admissions Committees’ attempt to understand WHO an applicant is, as well as why they are...

MBA applications­­­ –– show them who you really are, warts and all.

Another graduate degree, poor undergraduate grades, a police record? There are many things that MBA applicants would rather not discuss...

The European Touch

There are over 50,000 MBA students in Europe studying at about 500 business schools for a global population of 350 million inhabitants....

This MBA program or that MBA program - Three points to consider

by Patricia

Does it really matter which business school you attend? Is there a difference between London Business School, the...

Sentence Structure on the GMAT

Whether we belong to the crowd who grew up speaking English as a native language, or consider ourselves to be one of those who took it...

Two ways Business Schools are Increasing the Relevance of an MBA

by Patricia

The mission of most, if not all, business schools is twofold: to educate leaders who can add value to society and...

The Part-time MBA: Two Benefits and Two Drawbacks

by Patricia  

The part-time MBA is one of the most subscribed MBA options available. The Haas School of Business at the...

How to write a winning Essay for a Business School?

by Emel

You have taken or retaken your GMAT and hopefully, you have scored high. You have talked to your recommenders and informed...

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