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Why didn't I get in?

by Beat The GMAT on Mar 31, 2012

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KbVh932gmJ0[/youtube] Kofi Kankam, the co-founder of Admit Advantage , walks through three actual cases of Beat The GMAT members getting dinged from business school.  Kofi breaks down each of the cases [...]

Are you an undergraduate looking for a job?

by Beat The GMAT on Mar 30, 2012

Our friends at GMAC (the makers of the GMAT) informed us about a really cool opportunity for current undergraduates.  Check out this job description below: Summary Description: The Graduate Management [...]

Admissions Tip: Waitlists That Discourage Supplemental Information

by Clear Admit on Mar 30, 2012

We have previously posted some correspondence tips for those applicants who have been waitlisted by schools that welcome supplemental materials and communication. Today, we’d like to provide some advice to [...]

Mac users rejoice! New GMATPrep software coming in April

by Beat The GMAT on Mar 28, 2012

Great news for Mac users (like me): you will finally be able to use GMATPrep from your computer, starting early April 2012! As many of you already know, GMATPrep is a [...]

The Next-Gen GMAT: Graphics Interpretation

by Beat The GMAT on Mar 26, 2012

The launch of the Integrated Reasoning (IR) section is getting close! The last administration of the old version of the GMAT will be on 2 June; the next-generation GMAT will [...]

Tackling a GMATPrep CR Inference Problem

by Beat The GMAT on Mar 25, 2012

This week, we’re going to discuss one of the most common critical reasoning problem types: Inference. (Note: our current materials call these questions Draw A Conclusion, but we’re changing the [...]

Interview with Rich Carbone, CFO of Prudential

by Beat The GMAT on Mar 22, 2012

My posts talk a lot about veterans, MBAs, and finance so I thought it would be a great idea to hear about all of these topics from someone who is [...]

How to Actually Use the GI Bill

by Beat The GMAT on Mar 18, 2012

All this talk about the GI Bill got me thinking...wait a minute, it's mid March and I'm about to start school in either July or August. We are dealing with [...]

The Next-Gen GMAT: Two-Part Analysis

by Beat The GMAT on Mar 17, 2012

The launch of the Integrated Reasoning (IR) section is getting close! The last administration of the old version of the GMAT will be on 2 June; the next-generation GMAT will [...]

Post 9/11 GI Bill Analysis for Top 16 U.S. MBA Programs

by Beat The GMAT on Mar 13, 2012

This chart looks more complicated than it really is. First of all, you should only use it to ballpark your personal tuition and fees. In fact, I would recommend that [...]

Achieve Your Dreams: 2012 Beat The GMAT Scholarship Competition Is Live!

by Beat The GMAT on Mar 11, 2012

Sometimes you just need a small nudge to achieve your dreams. That's what we hope to be with this year's Beat The GMAT Scholarship Competition ! We'll give you the [...]

The Value of MBA Veteran Clubs

by Beat The GMAT on Mar 10, 2012

One of the things that I quickly realized during my MBA journey is the value of contacting other veterans who have already successfully made the transition. The first piece of [...]

Think Different: Why I Chose China For My MBA

by Beat The GMAT on Mar 3, 2012

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KfKItI6Z7LQ[/youtube] This webinar features CEIBS Full-Time MBA students talking about why they left their home countries (in the US, Europe, and India) to pursue an MBA in China. [...]

Admissions Tip: Late Round Considerations

by Clear Admit on Mar 2, 2012

After a relatively sleepy February, March will soon be upon us with its extensive list of application deadlines and decision notification dates. Let’s take a look at part of the [...]

Debunking the “First 7 Questions” Myth

by Clear Admit on Mar 1, 2012

I don’t even need to say what the myth is. Everyone already knows - that's how pervasive it is. Ever since the GMAT and GRE CATs launched in the 1990s [...]