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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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How to Define Your MBA Goal

July 15, 2019

Your goal should focus on something you want to achieve or do and not just something you are interested in studying. For the sake of defining your MBA goal, be sure that you relate your desired achievements or actions to a specific function within a ...

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Yale Startup Prize Winners for 2019

July 08, 2019

The Tsai Center for Innovative Thinking at Yale (Tsai CITY) has announced the winners for 2019's iteration of Startup Yale, a competition for student entrepreneurs featuring four prizes worth a total of $90,000. Yale Startup unfolds over three ...

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How to Select MBA Program?

July 01, 2019

Most top business schools offer a world-class education. However, they have uniquely different cultures, management curricula, strengths and specialisations, and community vibes, among other distinctions that will influence the next two years of your ...

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How MBA Adcoms Evaluate Your GPA?

June 24, 2019

Your undergraduate GPA is important. However, adcoms view your GPA holistically. This isn’t just how they view low GPAs, but how they view all GPAs. How your GPA fits into MBA application First, no matter how well or how poorly your GPA represents ...

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J.R. Smith School of Business

June 17, 2019

The biggest selling point of the Smith full-time MBA is its team-based approach. Students are divided into groups selected by behavioral psychologists for diversity and 50% of course marks are awarded for team performance. Each team also has a dedicated ...

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Steps to Start Your MBA Mission

May 17, 2019

1. Prepare and take the GMAT If you don’t have a GMAT score, prepare for it and take the GMAT, ideally by the end of spring. Then, if your score isn’t realistic for your schools of choice, you will still have time to retake the test, reconsider your ...

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Why is Community Service Important for MBA Admissions

May 10, 2019

If you are planning to apply to business school, now is good time to get started - not just on test preparation, but on taking time to examine your community service activities. At most top b-schools, community service is virtually a requirement. At ...

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HEC Paris MBA Essay Questions & Tips

May 03, 2019

Essay #1 Why are you applying to the HEC MBA Program now? What is the professional objective that will guide your career choice after your MBA, and how will the HEC MBA contribute to the achievement of this objective? (500 words maximum) This is a ...

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U.S. News 2020 MBA Rankings

April 26, 2019

U.S. News bases its MBA ranking on expert judgements about program excellence and statistical information that attempts to measure the quality of a school’s faculty, research, and students. Peer assessment data was garnered from deans, program directors, ...

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How to Solve Reading Comprehension Questions

April 19, 2019

The GMAT verbal section has 41 questions, and you are allotted 75 minutes to answer them. That comes out to less than two minutes per question. If you spend too much time answering reading-comprehension questions, you have less time to consider the ...

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Understanding Pie Charts: Integrated Reasoning Question

April 12, 2019

Pie charts, also known as circle graphs, show values that are part of a larger whole, such as percentages. The graphs contain divisions called sectors, which divide the circle into portions that are proportional to the quantity each represents as part ...

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Understanding Line Graphs: Integrated Reasoning Question

April 05, 2019

Another graph that comes up frequently in GMAT graphics interpretation questions is the line graph. Line graphs display information that occurs over time or across graduated measurements and are particularly effective in highlighting trends, peaks, ...

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