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GMAT Word Problems Involving Business and Sales

Understanding the Relationship Between Cost, Sales Price, and Profit on GMAT Quant Questions A common type of word problem you’ll encounter on the GMAT quantitative section involves merchant services, namely the buying and selling of goods or services. The math itself needs to be learned for these types of questions, to be sure, but for [...]

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Get Accepted to the Wharton School!

Free Webinar 8/19: How to Get in to Wharton Are you applying to Wharton or another top MBA program and: Struggling to create an application that will make you stand out from the thousands of other highly qualified applicants, while simultaneously demonstrating your fit with the school? Worried about how you’ll stay organized and get [...]

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Learn How to Get Accepted to Stanford GSB

Free Webinar 7/29/14: Get Accepted to Stanford This year, only 6% of applicants gained acceptance to Stanford Graduate School of Business. How can you optimize your application so that you can join the 6% that into next year’s class? How should you present your qualifications effectively to the GSB adcom? How can you demonstrate that [...]

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3 Tips for Improving Your Integrated Reasoning Score

Keys to Dominating GMAT Integrated Reasoning My dad used to tell me that if you’re going to bother to do something, you might as well do it right. That advice certainly applies to the Integrated Reasoning section of the GMAT. We all know that this section of the GMAT doesn’t carry quite as much weight [...]

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GMAT Percentile Rankings: What is a Good GMAT Score?

Revised GMAT Percentile Rankings July 2014 The GMAC just revised and released their official percentile rankings for GMAT test takers. You can check them out here. As you know, your GMAT score includes a percentile ranking in addition to your scaled and raw scores that enables you (and business schools!) to compare your skill level [...]

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GMAT Score Preview Now Available

Should You Keep or Cancel Your GMAT Score? I used to hear it from my students all the time: Why can’t I just see my unofficial GMAT score before deciding whether or not to accept it? Well, now you can! Exciting news indeed. What has changed? You can read the full press release yourself here, [...]

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