Archive for August, 2013
My Career Journey From Stuck to Unstuck (and My Rock Bottom)
Last night I shared my get unstuck journey on my free training call. If you haven’t listened to it yet, you can get the recording [...]
HBS Campus: Strolling Around the Grounds
Daniel Selikowitz (Editor-in-Chief) invites you to stroll around the grounds until you feel at home. Welcome to HBS! Perched on the banks of the Charles River like [...]
2013-2014 MIT Sloan MBA Essay Analysis
Beat The GMAT is proud to present the MIT Sloan Essay Analysis for 2013-2014! During our 11-part “Write Like an Expert” webinar series, Marc Zawel, [...]
2013-2014 University of Texas McCombs Essay Analysis
Read an in-depth analysis of the 2013-2014 McCombs essay prompts.
UCD Smurfit MBA Golf Captain’s Day – perfect end to a spectacular first year!
The first year of the UCD Smurfit MBA Golf Society has drawn to a close. And what a way to finish; under the watchful gaze [...]
Sentence Correction: Getting Things to Agree
Discover two of the most commonly tested grammatical principles in Sentence Correction.
Fantasy Startup Draft: Who’s Your #1 Pick?
If you’ve ever played fantasy football, then you know there is usually some debate about who to take with the top pick in your league [...]
2013-2014 Kellogg MBA Essay Analysis
Beat The GMAT is proud to present the Kellogg School of Management Essay Analysis for 2013-2014! During our 11-part “Write Like an Expert” webinar series, [...]
New Beginnings — Do Not Miss the Chance
A relatively newly minted public company CEO stopped by for some discussion about his and the company’s priorities and goals for the upcoming year the [...]
Diversity Application Through The Consortium
Lydia was confused about the various options available to her as she started researching for her MBA application. As an African-American applicant she realized that [...]
Minority Enrollment Falls At Top B-Schools
Denice Gonzalez is getting ready to apply to MBA programs. She’s facing the standard concerns–the essays, the GMAT–but the South Los Angeles native is also [...]
Admissions Tip: Applying to Business School as a Younger Applicant
B-schools are trending younger, but they won't accept you out of college unless you've got a lot to show for yourself.
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How to Answer Multi-Source Reasoning Questions – Part 2
Make sure to read the key first when pulling data from a table or chart.