Blog: Archive for the “GMAT” Category

Reorient Your View on the GMAT’s Math Problems

With regard to the GMAT, raw intellectual horsepower helps, but it is not everything. Manhattan Prep’s Stacey Koprince teaches you how to perform at your best on test day by using some common sense. The Quant section of the GMAT is not a math test. Really! It just looks like one on the surface. In reality, the test … Read More  

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Four GMAT Myths Busted

A lot of well-intended advice for GMAT test takers can be found out there. Unfortunately, some of the most reasonable-sounding and frequently repeated claims are actually false. In this article, our friends at Manhattan Prep look at—and debunk—four of the most common GMAT-related myths. Please note that in this article, the scores that we discuss are for … Read More  

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MBA Programs Offering GMAT/GRE Test Waivers, Spring 2024

If you are planning to apply to business school early next year, with MBA application deadlines ranging from January to approximately May 2024, you might be wondering which programs currently offer “test waivers.” And is this an option you should consider? Read on for more information about GMAT/GRE test waiver opportunities for full-time MBA programs. … Read More  

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Why GMAT Prep Is Like Training for a Marathon

Our friends at Manhattan Prep often tell students to think of the GMAT as a long-distance race. Successful runners conquer race day through specific goals, consistent training, and mental toughness. The same holds true for successful GMAT test takers. Setting a Goal Pace The best runners do not just aim for completion; they set a goal pace. … Read More  

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MBA Admissions Myths Destroyed: I Should Quit My Job to Study for the GMAT

The GMAT score is the sole piece of data that is truly consistent from one candidate to another. Therefore, many MBA applicants place undue emphasis on it, when the test is only one of several important aspects of a person’s application. In extreme cases, some candidates even consider quitting their jobs to focus on the … Read More  

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