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4 Pro Tips for When Your Raise Request Gets Denied

by Stacy Blackman Consulting on Nov 29, 2022

If you’ve mustered the courage to ask for a raise and get shot down, you might wonder what’s next. Do you threaten to quit? Cry in the corner? Bad-mouth [...]

Is GMAT Tutoring Worth It?

by Target Test Prep on Nov 28, 2022

If you’re preparing for the GMAT to apply to business schools, you may be considering different types of preparation resources. Or you may be wondering how to speed up [...]

Signs It Might Be Time For An MBA

by Personal MBA Coach on Nov 23, 2022

With a recession looming, you may find yourself wondering if now is a good time to pursue an MBA. Here , Personal MBA Coach has prepared a list of [...]

Post-MBA Goals – Will My Short-Term Plans Resonate with the Admissions Committee?

by Vantage Point MBA on Nov 22, 2022

You’re probably aware that ambitious, yet realistic post-MBA goals are critical to a compelling business school application. Not only that, understanding how business school will accelerate or pivot your [...]

B-Schooled Podcast Episode #128: Advice for Single-Employer MBA Applicants

by Stacy Blackman Consulting on Nov 22, 2022

If you’ve jumped around a lot in your career, you’ll have some explaining to do in your MBA materials. But if you’ve remained with the same employer since college, [...]

How to Avoid the C Trap in GMAT Data Sufficiency Questions

by Target Test Prep on Nov 21, 2022

Data Sufficiency (DS) questions in the GMAT Quant section are known for their ability to twist your brain and challenge both your math and data analysis skills. One of [...]

How Many Questions Can I Get Wrong on the GMAT and Get 700?

by Target Test Prep on Nov 18, 2022

Many people planning to apply to MBA programs consider scoring 700 or higher on the GMAT integral to building a strong application. Accordingly, one question many business school aspirants [...]

What To Do After an MBA Rejection

by Personal MBA Coach on Nov 15, 2022

If you were rejected in round 1 (or in a prior year) from your dream MBA program, it is too early to get disheartened. Regardless of reason for your [...]

GMAT Online Coaching: Your Complete Guide

by Target Test Prep on Nov 15, 2022

If you’re planning to apply to a top MBA program, you know that a strong GMAT score is important. The key to scoring well is effective preparation. Fortunately, anyone [...]

Do's and Don'ts for the Chicago Booth Interview

by Stacy Blackman Consulting on Nov 14, 2022

Many business school blog posts offer interview tips from the admissions committee’s point of view. But a new post from the Booth Experience Team at the Chicago Booth School [...]

GMAT Guessing Strategies

by Target Test Prep on Nov 10, 2022

It may seem counterintuitive, but any smart GMAT test-taking strategy should include strategies for guessing on the GMAT. Of course, no one wants to have a reason to employ [...]

Texas McCombs Essay Tips and Application Deadlines: 2022-2023

by Personal MBA Coach on Nov 8, 2022

Are you considering applying to Texas McCombs in the 2022-2023 application cycle? This year, the full-time MBA application includes one essay question, one video assessment, and an optional [...]

MBA Programs with the Highest Return on Investment

by Stacy Blackman Consulting on Nov 7, 2022

Assessing potential return on investment helps candidates determine whether pursuing an MBA degree makes sense both professionally and financially. After all, business school isn't cheap. Paying $150K+ to earn [...]

Three Tips for Writing Compelling MBA Essays

by Vantage Point MBA on Nov 3, 2022

If you’re applying to business school in Round 2, you probably know that writing compelling MBA essays is the foundation of a successful application. In fact, in our experience, [...]

Guide to MBA Letters of Recommendation

by Personal MBA Coach on Nov 1, 2022

Letters of recommendation are a key part of the MBA application process. Business schools depend on your recommenders to attest to, and speak objectively, about you and your candidacy. [...]