Blog Posts: GRE

What's the First Step in Applying to Business School?

Let's start at the very beginning of the b-school admissions process ... a very good place to start!

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Tags: B-school, GMAT, applicant, Admissions, MBA Admission, Business School, GRE, MBA Admissions, MBA Consultant

Part 1: 7 Problems to Fix Before You Apply to Business School

In Part 1 of this 2-Part series, we encourage you to take a look in the proverbial mirror and ask some tough questions about the strength and potential of your b-school candidacy

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Tags: B-school, GMAT, applicant, Admissions, MBA Admission, Business School, GRE, MBA Admissions, MBA Application, MBA Consultant

Don't Let a "Low GMAT" Shatter Your MBA Dreams

Common perceptions -- and surprising answers -- about what constitutes a low GMAT score, how adcoms view them, and what you can do about yours.

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Tags: B-school, GMAT, Admissions, MBA Admission, Business School, GMAT Tutoring, GRE, GMAT Prep, MBA Admissions, MBA Consultant

GMAT vs GRE: Which Test is Best for Your MBA Candidacy?

Great expert advice on this key decision for business school applicants

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Tags: B-school, GMAT, applicant, Admissions, MBA Admission, Business School, GMAT Tutoring, GRE, GMAT Prep, MBA Application, MBA Consultant

Is my GMAT/GRE score "good enough"?

Your GRE/GMAT score is possibly one of the most anxiety-inducing concerns of your MBA application. But don't stress out unnecessarily! Here's some advice from a senior MBA admissions consultant on how much focus to give your score and what you should consider doing to improve it.

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Tags: B-school, GMAT, Admissions, MBA Admission, Business School, GMAT Tutoring, GRE, GMAT Prep, MBA Admissions, MBA Consultant

Test Anxiety: you can overcome it to achieve admissions success

It might be the GMAT, GRE, LSAT or TOEFL. The fact is that you need to do well on such standardized tests to achieve admission to your dream school. You’ve been preparing for weeks, perhaps even months. You know the material cold, but then on test day, you don’t score up to your potential.

So, you prep again, engage an expensive tutor, practice even more and then re-test. Again, the score is way short of what you need. You find yourself confused and conflicted. How could this be? You’re smart and highly accomplished. You did so well in college and are considered very successful at work. How could you allow this test, passed by thousands of others every year, to derail your future plans?

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Tags: B-school, GMAT, MBA Admission, Business School, GMAT Tutoring, GRE