Posted on July 25, 2011 by GMAC
The New York Times’ Education Life section, which hit newsstands on Sunday, July 24, and is available online, featured in its Pop Quiz a preview of the Integrated Reasoning section that will be part of the GMAT exam beginning in June 2012.
Created especially for the Times, the preview includes three of the four new question types that will be part of the new section: multi-source reasoning, graphics interpretation, and two-part analysis. The fourth question type is table analysis.
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Posted on July 19, 2011 by GMAC
The internship: The exchange of skills and work for experience using those skills and access to potential mentors…and potential new opportunities.
Internships are critical for skill development and career enhancement in real-world settings, whether you want to enhance your career or change it. The hours you spend interning during your graduate business program could give you a chance to try on a new job role, focus your career goals, and see if a company feels like a good fit—all of which could be essential if you hope to break into a new industry or change job functions.
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Posted on July 6, 2011 by GMAC
Have you been reading our Ask The Expert blog? That’s where admissions professionals—the people reading your application package—answer some of the common questions they hear from prospective b-school students. Check out some of the recent posts from experts at Clemson at the Falls, Pepperdine, and University at Buffalo School of Management:
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