Archive for June, 2011
Totally Money Blog Carnival #25 – Start of Summer Edition
If you weren’t aware, June 21st marked the first day of summer in 2011. This weeks carnival is in celebration of summer and sun! Now [...]
A Midsummer Night’s Update from Saigon
Okay, so it’s not quite midsummer anymore. I’m posting this entry a few days later than planned because my days have been action-packed. (Thanks Aaron [...]
4 Must-Know Tips to Stay Healthy & Fit during Business School
Author Lisa Campbell during athletic training The Art of Persistence and Time As MBA students, we often think we need to have it all. Yesterday. The [...]
GMAT Sentence Correction: Comparatives vs. Superlatives
Comparatives are often tested on the GMAT.
Reasons to Go Back to Business School
A lot of people think about going back to business school, but not all of them actually do. Some defer their admissions for a year. [...]
Fast Times at Rochville U.
Chester, the first dog to ever graduate with an MBA degree. If Chester the dog could get an MBA, why couldn’t I? I recently explored obtaining [...]
MBA Announcement: June 30, 2011
MBA Admissions will be closed Friday, July 1st and Monday, July 4th in observance of the holiday weekend.
Breaking Down A GMATPrep Fractions Word Problem
Stacey provides two different methods to solve an official fractions question.
Scattered for the Summer
It’s been several weeks now since the Class of 2011 received their degrees (there are a few photos and a brief write-up here) and left [...]
Leaving for OP in Minneapolis!
Hello everyone! I have to make this post VERY VERY short and sweet. Today is the beginning of OP in Minneapolis. Throughout the application process [...]
Hooray MBA – Summer Break!
It has been a long time since my last post, but it could have been expected that I would hardly have much time to attend [...]
How To Beat The New GMAT
Dave Wilson, President and CEO of the company that makes the GMAT explains the new Integrated Reasoning section to Tom and Miro. He also suggests [...]
Making Friends with Time on the GMAT – Part I
Timing is important, but don't rush when you start prepping.
Resume Tips for your Resume Assessment
If you have been following us on Twitter, you may have heard that our department moved to a new office this week to make room [...]