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GMAT stands for Graduate Management Admission Test. Just as the SAT is an admission test for high school students to get admissions into college, the GMAT is an admission test for after-college students to enter into business world by taking admission into a business school.

The vast majority of MBA programs require GMAT score as an essential part of the admission process. Different schools use and judge GMAT scores in different ways. As a general rule, a good score on the GMAT can give you a strong competitive edge in applying to the best business schools.

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Fuqua School of Business Essay Questions and Tips

February 25, 2020

Fuqua School of Business Essay Questions and Tips

Duke’s two long essays (2 pages each) and two short career goals essays allow applicants to cover a lot of ground about their personal and professional traits and accomplishments.

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Financial Times 2020 Global MBA Ranking

February 24, 2020

Financial Times global ranking methodology is based on 20 different metrics. Some metrics that add to a school’s position include the percentage of students, faculty, and trustees who possess passports from a country where the school is not located, whether students and alumni worked in foreign countries, whether students had international class experience, and whether the school has a requirement to learn an additional language before graduation. The most heavily weighted metric is salary data (40%).

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Haas School of Business Essay Questions and Tips

February 18, 2020

Haas School of Business Essay Questions and Tips

UC Berkeley Haas has a reputation for social responsibility and technology. It is a perfect school for entrepreneurial students interested in cleantech, healthcare, social ventures, and non-profits.

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INSEAD MBA Essay Questions and Tips

February 11, 2020

INSEAD MBA Essay Questions and Tips

The essay questions include job description and motivation essays. The job description questions and motivation essays allow you to discuss a variety of topics related to your interests and experiences.

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AP Course vs IB Program

February 04, 2020

While AP (Advanced Placement) courses are the most popular option for students to challenge themselves outside of the standard curriculum, an increasing number of high schools in the US are offering the International Baccalaureate (IB) program.

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What Not to Do in MBA Interview

January 28, 2020

What makes a great MBA Interview? Here are some points that you should avoid in an MBA interview.

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Fisher (Ohio State) College of Business

December 30, 2019

Fisher (Ohio State) College of Business

Fisher was one of the first MBA programs to launch an outside-the-classroom leadership and professional development program, which includes a corporate mentor program. As part of the school's global curriculum requirement, students participate in the Global Applied Projects program focused on a different region of the world: Africa, Asia, Europe, Americas.

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Questrom (Boston) School of Business

December 23, 2019

Questrom (Boston) School of Business

First-year students take their core classes with a cohort of about 50 students before taking on a summer internship and then filling their second year with electives from over 100 courses. The school offers 9 joint MBA degrees.

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W.P. Carey (Arizona State) School of Business

December 16, 2019

W.P. Carey (Arizona State) School of Business

Carey prides itself on its reputation as a place "Where Business Is Personal" and backs that up by offering small classes and team-based learning. To navigate the ever-changing business world and foster innovation, its Fast Forward MBA curriculum remains flexible and is constantly re-examined based on the hiring needs of companies.

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Joseph M. Katz (Pittsburgh) Graduate School of Business

December 09, 2019

Joseph M. Katz (Pittsburgh) Graduate School of Business

Katz was the first business school in the world to offer a 1-year MBA program but has shifted its focus to the 2-year program over the past decade. The school emphasizes entrepreneurship and real-world learning. Students often do field projects, in which sponsoring companies pay them to complete projects for the company.

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David Eccles (Utah) School of Business

December 02, 2019

David Eccles (Utah) School of Business

Nestled in Salt Lake, Eccles draws the majority of its class from the Rocky Mountain region. It's full-time MBA program offers dual degrees in engineering, healthcare administration, law, and medicine, and concurrent degrees in information systems and business analytics.

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McDonough (Georgetown) School of Business

November 25, 2019

McDonough (Georgetown) School of Business

Georgetown bookends its traditional curriculum with two global learning requirements. All students spend their first three weeks on campus taking a course called Structure of Global Industries, which serves as the basis for the rest of their studies.

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