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Mastering Permutations – GMAT Quantitative Review

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Special Assumption Questions – GMAT Critical Reasoning Prep

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Manhattan Elite Prep’s origin can be traced to an Ivy-League classroom in 1996. Since the inception, we have grown into a multi-national firm, focusing on helping you achieve the highest GMAT, GRE, TOEFL, SAT, LSAT & MCAT scores with the least (…)

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GMAT Critical Reasoning – Paradox Questions

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Waitlist & Reapplication Strategy

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Under both circumstances it is important to carefully consider which additional materials you want to submit to the admissions board. Visiting the school can be a great way to demonstrate your strong desire and show your dedication to attending if (…)

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GMAT – Critical Reasoning Practice – Inference Questions

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Reapplying to Business School

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The decision to reapply to a school that has previously rejected your application should never be undertaken lightly. There is usually a reason (or a few) why you were not accepted or were not qualified for acceptance into their incoming (…)

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Analyzing the GMAT

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The GMAT is really a Trojan horse. On the outside, it looks like a test of numbers and verbal ability, but really, it’s a test that goes beyond knowledge, skills and intelligence. It’s meant to test your character – how (…)

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You’ve Been Rejected. Now What?!

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Remember how your teacher told you that if you believed in yourself, you would succeed? Well, obviously you’re old enough to realize that that’s nonsense! Rejection is a part of everyone’s life. The question is — what do you do (…)

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Waitlist Strategy

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Applying to MBA programs is an incredibly time and money intensive process, and it may seem like getting “waitlisted” is just as bad as receiving a death sentence. That’s not always the case, and having the right strategy is incredibly (…)

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Visiting B-Schools In Person: Two Case Studies

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The MBA Admissions process can be pretty exhausting. Once you have taken the GMAT and sent in your applications, you may be ready to take a huge sigh of relief, kick back, and watch your mailbox, but not so fast! (…)

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Manhattan Elite Prep is a multi-national test prep, Graduate School, Law School, College Admission Advisors, and a Career Training provider with a focus on the GMAT, MBA, TOEFL, GRE, LSAT, SAT/ACT, MCAT.
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