Recently there has been some discussion and questioning about the role and place of idioms and sentence correction as they apply to the skills tested in the GMAT exam. Much of what has been written has been well reasoned but some of what has been written is only partially accurate or reflects some misconceptions. With this posting I hope to put these two important pieces of the GMAT exam in their proper place within the context of what the exam measures and how.
Job prospects for b-school grads are much improved this year, but the challenges of job hunting in a recovering economy can still be daunting. This year’s grads and employers gave us some insight on the most effective strategies for landing a great job as you finish your graduate program…or later on.
First, we should tell you that b-school alumni overwhelmingly agree that getting a graduate degree was their key to success in securing their current jobs. (Really—we asked .)
Beyond that, here are a few key job search strategies to keep in mind: