Articles by Magoosh GMAT

    GMAT Score for Columbia Business School

    GMAT Score for Columbia Business School

    by on December 22nd, 2017

    Columbia Business School is a highly regarded business school, which shouldn’t be surprising. Though the average GMAT score for Columbia is high—meaning admissions are highly competitive—the advantages of the … Read More

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    The Complete Guide to Taking the GMAT in Canada

    The Complete Guide to Taking the GMAT in Canada

    by on December 14th, 2017

    Greetings to our friends up north! In this post we’ll be discussing everything you need to know to take the GMAT in Canada—including information on GMAT Canada test centers, test dates, and costs. GMAT Canada Test … Read More

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    The Complete Guide to Taking the GMAT in the UK

    The Complete Guide to Taking the GMAT in the UK

    by on December 6th, 2017

    Greetings to our friends across the pond! In this post, we’ll be covering everything you need to know to take the GMAT in the UK—including test centers, costs, and participating universities. GMAT UK Test Centers … Read More

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    GMAT Sample Questions for You to Practice

    GMAT Sample Questions for You to Practice

    by on November 28th, 2017

    The math and verbal sections of the GMAT consist of five main types of problems: Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency on the math section, and Reading Comprehension, Critical Reasoning, and Sentence Correction on the … Read More

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    GMAT Scores by Country

    GMAT Scores by Country

    by on November 19th, 2017

    Business school hopefuls around the world take the GMAT exam. While the exam is universal, GMAT scores by country can vary considerably. The number of test-takers also varies, with some countries having only a handful of … Read More

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    5 Reasons to Wait for Round 2 When Applying to B-School

    5 Reasons to Wait for Round 2 When Applying to B-School

    by on October 18th, 2017

    This post was written by our friends at InGenius Prep. If you’re thinking about applying to business school, there are only two rounds that matter: Round 1 or Round 2. To put it bluntly, you should never apply in Round … Read More

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    The JD/MBA Student: A Professorial Perspective

    The JD/MBA Student: A Professorial Perspective

    by on October 1st, 2017

    There are some real benefits to a dual JD/MBA, in terms of JDA MBA salary and JD MBA jobs. But beyond the MBA JD salary and jobs, is this degree worth it? As a JD/MBA professor, I’m happy to give you my perspective on … Read More

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    Do B-School Rankings Matter? (And If So, Why)?

    Do B-School Rankings Matter? (And If So, Why)?

    by on September 23rd, 2017

    Choosing an MBA program to attend is no easy feat, with so many factors to consider. One factor that plays an important role for many applicants is the ranking of the business school itself. Several different … Read More

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    GMAT Diagnostic Test Recommendations

    GMAT Diagnostic Test Recommendations

    by on September 15th, 2017

    This blog article is to make study recommendations to folks who took the Magoosh GMAT Diagnostic Test. For folks who took both the Quant Diagnostic and the Verbal Diagnostic, the recommendations here will fall into four … Read More

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    Absolute Value Inequalities

    Absolute Value Inequalities

    by on September 7th, 2017

    A hard question type I want to make clear that this question type is very tricky, something that might pose challenges even to students relatively strong in math. I also want to make clear that we could send 50 people … Read More

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    What Is the GMAT Format?

    What Is the GMAT Format?

    by on August 30th, 2017

    The rumors are true! As of July 11, 2017, you can choose the order of your GMAT sections. Find out more about what this means for the format of your GMAT below. First, Some GMAT Basics The GMAT, or Graduate Management … Read More

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    GMAT Sentence Correction: The ‘Due to’ Mistake

    GMAT Sentence Correction: The ‘Due to’ Mistake

    by on August 22nd, 2017

    The word “due” The word “due” is an adjective. Admittedly, it is used rarely in its unadorned form as a noun-modifier, although you may be familiar with the idea of someone performing some task “with due … Read More

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    How to Impress with Your B-School Resumé

    How to Impress with Your B-School Resumé

    by on August 13th, 2017

    This post originally appeared on the InGenius Prep blog. The business school resumé is an absurd and challenging genre of writing. It suffers from severe constraints and yet, to be of value, requires an enormous amount … Read More

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    The 5-Step Guide to Writing Your MBA Goals Essay

    The 5-Step Guide to Writing Your MBA Goals Essay

    by on July 28th, 2017

    You’re getting ready to apply to b-school this fall, targeting the Round 1 deadlines. You may also have other responsibilities like work or family, or trying to improve your GMAT scores. What you don’t have is extra … Read More

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