Articles by Kaplan GMAT

  • MBA Rankings, Record Salaries, and Women MBAs in B-School News

    MBA Rankings, Record Salaries, and Women MBAs in B-School News

    by on December 16th, 2014

    New MBA rankings, opportunities for women MBAs, and a record-breaking salary for one Sloan graduate—all in the latest business school news. From Duke and Yale University’s new spots in MBA rankings and which MBA … Read More

  • Picking Numbers on GMAT Data Sufficiency: Permissible vs. Sufficient

    Picking Numbers on GMAT Data Sufficiency: Permissible vs. Sufficient

    by on December 14th, 2014

    Pick numbers carefully and strategically on GMAT Data Sufficiency Yes/No questions. One of the hallmark points of confusion on GMAT Data Sufficiency is the dreaded Yes/No question. In a Value question, such as “What is … Read More

  • The Latest in MBA News: Finance Still in Favor, New MBA Rankings on the Way

    The Latest in MBA News: Finance Still in Favor, New MBA Rankings on the Way

    by on December 12th, 2014

    Check out some of the latest MBA news from media outlets across the world. From changes in the business school applicant pool due to current economic trends to a sacked socialist government official heading back to … Read More

  • MBA News: Who Gets the Highest GMAT Scores?

    MBA News: Who Gets the Highest GMAT Scores?

    by on December 11th, 2014

    Find out about your future salary, trends among GMAT scores, and more in recent MBA news. From MBA students in India and China vanquishing their American counterparts on their GMAT scores to big data getting big … Read More

  • Which MBA Ranking Do You Trust the Most?

    Which MBA Ranking Do You Trust the Most?

    by on December 10th, 2014

    Although quantifying a school’s profile certainly does not tell you everything, it can sometimes be helpful in simplifying the many differences between the various MBA programs. We recently surveyed a number of … Read More

  • 5 Tips for a Competitive Job Application

    5 Tips for a Competitive Job Application

    by on December 8th, 2014

    Are you applying for a job, internship, or teaching assistant (TA) position? We’ve got five easy job application and interview tips that you can use when applying to just about anything. Tuck these tips under your … Read More

  • Setting a GMAT Score Target

    Setting a GMAT Score Target

    by on December 6th, 2014

    What should your GMAT score goal be? This is one of the biggest initial steps in your GMAT process. We can help you set your target score as well as achieve it, but it’s not as simple a process as you might imagine. … Read More

  • 5 Tips for Cashing in on MBA Scholarships

    5 Tips for Cashing in on MBA Scholarships

    by on December 3rd, 2014

    Don’t get into debt with business school tuition—research MBA scholarships, fellowships, and financial aid. If there’s one thing future MBAs are likely to understand, it’s the value of a good investment. Even … Read More

  • 4 Tips for a High GMAT Score

    4 Tips for a High GMAT Score

    by on November 28th, 2014

    You don’t just want to increase your GMAT score, you want to get a high GMAT score, right? You’ve come to the right place. Our veteran teacher Gene Suhir has detailed advice for what sets GMAT high scorers apart … Read More

  • Standing Out With a Competitive MBA Application

    Standing Out With a Competitive MBA Application

    by on November 27th, 2014

    Crank out a competitive MBA application and get into your top business schools. It probably doesn’t surprise you to hear that MBA admissions are competitive. However, it may surprise you to hear just how competitive … Read More

  • What Is a Good GMAT Score?

    What Is a Good GMAT Score?

    by on November 20th, 2014

    Quite simply, the GMAT score you need is the one that gets you into the b-school of your choice. Let’s look at GMAT scoring in more detail to give this initial statement more context. GMAT Scoring Basics GMAT … Read More

  • How to Apply to B-School: Confidence vs. Arrogance

    How to Apply to B-School: Confidence vs. Arrogance

    by on November 18th, 2014

    Learn to distinguish between confidence and arrogance on your business school application. One of the big discussions that comes up consistently in business school admissions is how to apply to business school … Read More

  • Confessions of a First-Year B-School Student

    Confessions of a First-Year B-School Student

    by on November 16th, 2014

    “So, why get an MBA?” It’s the question on everyone’s mind the moment they see my NYU Stern-branded water bottle, or hear me talk about an upcoming accounting midterm. Why b-school? Why now? I’ve tried out all … Read More

  • GMAT Practice Questions Explained: Sentence Correction Isn’t Scary

    GMAT Practice Questions Explained: Sentence Correction Isn’t Scary

    by on November 12th, 2014

    Did our latest GMAT Practice Questions scare you into studying? We gave you two questions, and today we have the answers and explanations we know you’re just dying to read. Question Explanations The First Question: … Read More