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GRE Test Basics, Scoring & Rules

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The GRE consists of three main parts: the Analytical Writing section, the Verbal Reasoning section and the Quantitative Reasoning section. Each is designed to test your handle on skills that are integral to a successful graduate educational experience. GRE Analytical (…)

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College Admissions: Early Decision Applications In Rising Popularity

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Many high school seniors try to ease the uncertainty in applying to college by applying early decision. Early decision binds both the student and the college into admittance months earlier than the regular admission decision.  Recent evidence reveals a general trend (…)

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College Admissions: Latest Trend on Early Action Applications

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Some colleges have a non-binding early admittance program, called early action.  Early action allows the student to receive an admission decision early in the admission cycle without the binding commitment of the early decision application.  A decision in February will (…)

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Teacher Feature – George – NYC

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Given George’s wealth of teaching experience and test taking skills, it is no surprise that students leave his course feeling enlightened. He has long been seen as a stalwart in the GMAT classroom and in recent years has expanded his (…)

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New York I love You, But You’re Bringing Me Down: Columbia & NYU MBA Applications Drop

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With the average Wall Street bonus dropping 13% this year—an all-time low—the professional future for those seeking a sky-high corner office looks bleak. According to a recent article in Bloomberg Businessweek, the decline in applications to finance-oriented MBA programs in (…)

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Choosing Your Perfect College – What to Consider:

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You’re probably overwhelmed by all of the top college lists out there. There’s no doubt that everyone wants to go to the “best school,” but a school’s ranking is only one factor that you should consider.  As an applicant, what (…)

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Getting Accepted – What Are Colleges Looking For?

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Colleges want students that have excellent grades and SAT scores, but these criteria are frequently not the make-or-break factors that influence acceptance, particularly at highly selective schools.  Colleges have to work hard to keep or make their good reputations, just (…)

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The Reign of the MBA Admissions Consultant

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In late July an article in Bloomberg Businessweek posed the question: Are MBA admissions consultants harming the application process? Mainly, are MBA admissions consultants—most of whom have served on admissions committees themselves— spoon-feeding clients insider information or even filling out (…)

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Achieve Your Highest Possible Score—Getting the Most Out of Your Test Prep Class

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Taking a test prep course may help you get into the university or graduate school of your dreams.  However, if you’re not taking the necessary steps to ensure that you are retaining everything you’ve learned, those classes may be a waste (…)

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Online MBA: The Good News and The Bad

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Breakdown • More employers are willing to hire online MBA graduates than ever before. • Still, many employers see online MBAs as less serious than traditional programs. • Graduates with an online degree have to work harder to stay competitive (…)

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