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GMATPrep Reading Comp: Tackling a History Passage - Part 1

by on Mar 29, 2017

Some people really like history-based Reading Comp passages—and others find them pretty boring. Either way, you’ll probably have at least one historical passage, so let’s talk about how to tackle [...]

GMAT Essay: Minimum Effort for Maximum Return

by on Mar 21, 2017

The first section of the GMAT requires you to write an essay. But here’s the interesting part: The schools don’t care very much about your essay score. So why even [...]

How to Get into H/S/W with an Imperfect Profile

by Beat The GMAT on Mar 17, 2017

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ehD2GdMTnH8[/youtube] Nobody is perfect. When applying to top MBA programs, there are things you can do to address your imperfections. In this video, Susan Cera, Director of MBA Admissions at Stratus Admissions [...]

Should I Take a Class, Work with a Tutor, or Study on My Own for the GMAT? - Part 2

by Beat The GMAT on Mar 13, 2017

Last time , we talked about how to decide whether to study on your own, take a class, or work with a tutor. If you choose either of the latter [...]

Should I Take a Class, Work with a Tutor, or Study on My Own for the GMAT? - Part 1

by Beat The GMAT on Mar 12, 2017

It’s the time of year when enterprising business school hopefuls are getting a head-start on their GMAT studies. It can take quite a bit of time to get a good [...]

To Keep or to Cancel Your GMAT Scores?

by Beat The GMAT on Mar 4, 2017

The GMAT offers various kinds of flexibility around keeping or canceling your GMAT scores—but also some restrictions. It’s important to understand your options so that you make the best decision [...]