Archive | June, 2012

Things To Do On The First Day of B School

So, you finally made it to your dream B School. If you are in foreign land, you might be anyways having a tough time feeling at home. Amidst this tensed atmosphere, what are the things that you should keep in mind when you attend the first day of business school? For students starting an MBA […]

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MBA: No Experience Necessary?

One question has been a reason of frequent debate – pursue MBA just out of college or after gaining a fair bit of work-experience. Nowadays, many MBA aspirants are entering business schools straight out of college, without having any work experience. We asked a few such students and the major reason they gave is that […]

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5 Tips for Taking Revised GMAT

The GMAT recently got revised as we mentioned in our last post. A new section called the Integrated Reasoning is now part of the GMAT. With the revised version of the test still in its infancy, the number of graduate business school applicants who have seen the Integrated Reasoning section is very small. Here are some tips […]

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The Revised GMAT

Future MBA students will soon have an additional section to study for, as the Graduate Management Admission Test has introduced a 30-minute Integrated Reasoning Section from June 5. The IR section will consist of four question types: graphics interpretation, two-part analysis, table analysis and multisource reasoning. Why the Changes to the GMAT Exam? The way we conduct […]

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Executive MBA, Is It Worth It?

With passing time, the Executive MBA has gained a lot of popularity, both from corporate employees and employers. A majority view the degree as a critical business investment. Meanwhile, many companies are beginning to track the benefits of the programs as part of a larger strategy to manage talent. According to a survey conducted by The […]

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GMAT Math – Problem Solving Syllabus

We have already discussed earlier about the “Must Have” books and how to get started with the preparation. We also gave you the GMAT Strategy Guide which gives a rough idea about the exam, its scoring pattern and what to expect in the test. I am assuming we all know that the GMAT consists of three […]

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MBA Salary: Past, Present and Future

A few years ago, maybe till 2008-2009, the MBA degree self-endorsed itself because it was always identified with a fat paycheck. In recent times, this has not been the tale. According to a report last month by the Graduate Management Admission Council, which publishes the GMAT B-school entrance test, median starting salaries have been more […]

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GMAT Strategy Guide

Alright, so you have decided you are going to write the GMAT. You might have even registered for the exam. There are a few things about the GMAT which every aspirant should know and understand before you even start preparing. The most important thing to remember is that there’s nothing particularly difficult about the GMAT […]

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GMAT Preparation: How To Start and Must Have Books

One thing I love, is the smell of new books! And since we are talking about new books, lets see how you can start preparing for the GMAT and which are the books that you should necessarily have. This is a very common question and we get lots of queries for the same so we […]

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