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Happy Thanksgiving from Dominate The GMAT

Let us here at Dominate the GMAT be the first to wish you a Happy Thanksgiving!

Believe it or not, even in the midst of the stress of studying for the GMAT and preparing your business school applications, there’s plenty to be thankful for when it comes to the process of getting into business school. In fact, just for fun, here are 10 Things to Be Thankful for About the GMAT:

10. With the new version of the GMAT released in June 2012, you now only have to write one essay instead of two.

9. It could be worse — you could be taking the MCAT which costs $270 and takes 5.5 hours to complete.

8. With our non-standard math techniques, formerly difficult GMAT math problems are now a piece of cake.

7. Part of your GMAT study time counts double: Everything you learn to dominate the GMAT Critical Reasoning questions will also be what you use to effectively write your “Analysis of an Argument” essay.

6. At your next cocktail party, you’ll be able to intelligently discuss the circumference of a wine glass or figure out the area of your host’s vegetable garden.

5. Watching the evening news is much more fun now that you can pick out all the grammatical errors the anchors make in their spoken English.

4. You can use the “Sorry, I have to take a GMAT practice test tonight” excuse to get out of an undesirable date or social engagement (at least for a few more weeks).

3. If you do well enough, a strong GMAT score can be worth scholarship money for you in business school.

2. Your MBA can be worth a 50% higher salary, according to studies.

And the #1 thing to be thankful for about the GMAT this Thanksgiving Day:

1. You found Dominate the GMAT to help you study, so the GMAT won’t be nearly as painful for you! (and saving hundreds of dollars preparing with us online isn’t bad, either).

Now, before your turkey coma wears off and you go back to studying for the GMAT, here’s one final diversion for you. Check out David Letterman’s “Top 10 Signs you Know You Ate Too Much at Thanksgiving Dinner.” Enjoy!