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Increase Your Chances of a Chicago Booth Acceptance

Free Webinar 12/17 at 10:00am PST – Register Now! Is a Chicago Booth MBA in your future? Concerned about the thousands of other qualified applicants also applying to Chicago Booth? If you’re seeking expert tips on how to get accepted to Chicago Booth or another top-ranked MBA program, then you’ll want to attend Accepted’s upcoming […]

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Categories: Blog MBA Admissions

Implementation Assumptions on GMAT Critical Reasoning

Don’t Overthink GMAT Critical Reasoning Arguments I recently received an e-mail from one of my students asking the following: “I was reading in Brandon Royal’s Game Plan for the GMAT book about “Implementation Assumptions” and I don’t really understand them. How do they work and what am I missing?” Note: Brandon Royal writes the following about […]

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Categories: Blog GMAT Verbal

MBA Interview Tips

Following the initial screening of applicants, most leading business schools invite candidates to the “second stage” of the admissions process — the admission interview. Approximately 30%-50% of applicants are usually invited to interviews. However, some schools, such as Kellogg, interview all applicants prior to submitting applications, as an integral part of the admissions process. Usually, […]

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Connecting the Dots from the Big Apple, to Columbia Business School, to YOU!

What do Wall Street, Central Park, the New York Stock Exchange, the Empire State Building, and YOU all have in common? Why, proximity to Columbia Business School, of course! (You’ll be on campus while the other things will be a short subway ride away, but you get the idea ;)). Now…the tough part: How are […]

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Categories: Blog MBA Admissions

GMAT DS: When is 2nd Better than 1st?

A Modest Proposal for GMAT Data Sufficiency Strategy I want you to forget everything you know about GMAT data sufficiency. Okay, well, maybe not everything. But let me flip things on their head for a second. This may just be the fresh look you need to dominate GMAT data sufficiency once and for all. I […]

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Idioms, Sentence Correction, and the GMAT Exam

Setting the Record Straight, from the GMAC Dominate the GMAT recently received the following note from the GMAC (the makers of the GMAT) that they wanted us to share with our readers: Quote from the GMAC: Recently there has been some discussion and questioning about the role and place of idioms and sentence correction as they […]

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