Articles by Kaplan GMAT

  • MBA News: Average MBA Workweek, Asian Women in Business

    MBA News: Average MBA Workweek, Asian Women in Business

    by on June 27th, 2016

    From advancing the careers of Asian women in business to the average workweek for MBA graduates, catch all the trending stories for future business leaders. Goodbye 40-hour workweek Earning an MBA is not for the faint of … Read More

  • Studying Abroad Part 2: Business & Career Success

    Studying Abroad Part 2: Business & Career Success

    by on June 24th, 2016

    Studying abroad to launch your career Last week, we looked at how studying abroad can grow your personal and academic success. Anyone who’s spent time overseas knows how life-changing the experience is. When applied to … Read More

  • Plan Your GMAT Summer Study Schedule

    Plan Your GMAT Summer Study Schedule

    by on June 22nd, 2016

    Summer break affords the two to three months you’ll need to finally commit to studying for the GMAT. You’ll need to ensure the summer doesn’t slip by before you’ve hit your target score, however. What’s your … Read More

  • Studying Abroad Part 1: Personal & Academic Success

    Studying Abroad Part 1: Personal & Academic Success

    by on June 21st, 2016

    Why study abroad before business school? Whether it’s for six weeks, six months, or somewhere in between—time spent studying abroad as an undergraduate can confer important lessons for both personal and academic … Read More

  • MBA News: More Women Attending B-School

    MBA News: More Women Attending B-School

    by on June 20th, 2016

    While big strides are being made by women attending business school, students at one MBA program are starting six weeks earlier than in years past. Catch all the trending stories for future business leaders. Women in … Read More

  • How to Score a Great Letter of Recommendation

    How to Score a Great Letter of Recommendation

    by on June 19th, 2016

    When applying to business school, it’s tempting to only focus—or focus too heavily—on your GMAT score. After all, that’s within your control, the result of stellar GMAT prep. But any and every part of your … Read More

  • 5 Disney Movie Characters Who Should’ve Gone To B-School

    5 Disney Movie Characters Who Should’ve Gone To B-School

    by on June 14th, 2016

    This article by Elana Goodwin is brought to you by Uloop and Kaplan. Going to business school is a big commitment but can really make a difference when it comes to having the knowledge, skills, and networking … Read More

  • MBA News: Celebrities Flock to HBS

    MBA News: Celebrities Flock to HBS

    by on June 13th, 2016

    Celebrities head to Harvard Business School, D-Day offers lessons in MBA leadership, and students look to summer learning opportunities. Catch all the trending stories for future business leaders. Channing Tatum goes to … Read More

  • Job-Seeker’s Journal – Part 5: Networking & Making Contacts

    Job-Seeker’s Journal – Part 5: Networking & Making Contacts

    by on June 9th, 2016

    Network, network, network. It’s what any college or career adviser will tell you is most important as a job-seeker, and it’s something that never goes away—no matter how far into your career path you are. Be … Read More

  • MBA News: The Average GMAT Score Is Not Always So Average

    MBA News: The Average GMAT Score Is Not Always So Average

    by on June 5th, 2016

    Get inside the mind of an admissions officer. Yale applicants see a rise in the average GMAT score. Yet another business school is turning the page on a difficult couple of years. Catch all the trending stories for MBA … Read More

  • Job-Seeking Journal – Part 4: How to Follow Up

    Job-Seeking Journal – Part 4: How to Follow Up

    by on June 3rd, 2016

    You left the interview feeling good and loved everyone you met in the office. Although you may feel confident, you aren’t done with the interview process just yet. As a proactive job seeker, you want to guarantee that … Read More

  • Job Seeker’s Journal – Part 3: Ace the Interview

    Job Seeker’s Journal – Part 3: Ace the Interview

    by on June 1st, 2016

    Congratulations, you’ve made it to the interview round—the part of the application process that every job seeker both dreams of and fears. Fortunately, we’ve put together some advice on how to make a positive and … Read More

  • MBA News: New Dean Appointed at Ross School of Business

    MBA News: New Dean Appointed at Ross School of Business

    by on May 31st, 2016

    There’s a new dean at one top business schools, the deans of two other top-ranked MBA programs talk about what it takes to get in and succeed, and NFL players are given an opportunity to learn business skills for their … Read More

  • MBA News: Business Education Emphasizes Teamwork, Public Speaking

    MBA News: Business Education Emphasizes Teamwork, Public Speaking

    by on May 28th, 2016

    From MBA applicants narrowing their focus to analytics and Big Data bringing big opportunities—catch all the trending stories for future business leaders. Narrower focus in business education A new survey released by … Read More