The test that has become one of the most accepted for academic purposes in the world is one of the requirements for students who want to study in English-speaking countries. There is not much mystery: the test is divided into four parts (Reading, Listening, Writing and Speaking) that are worth 30 points each.
Who is applying for an overseas MBA program knows the importance of a perfect application in their presentation. Everything needs to be in place, in a clear, organized and timely manner. Knowing what happens after your application leaves your hands helps to highlight the importance you should give to the preparation of this document.
Having an intense work routine and getting ready for the MBA is not easy. However, this is the reality of most candidates. What success stories have in common: commitment and time management.
Many students begin the preparation wondering if it is worth doing an MBA. My response over these 20 years has been the same: Yes! The MBA presents itself as a unique opportunity to invest in itself and to open up new opportunities. There are many reasons to take an MBA. If you are starting to consider the subject, this […]
If you are planning to live abroad, make an exchange program, international internship, MBA or LL.M., you know you have a proficiency exam to complete. The exams and TOEFL and IELTS assess the candidates’ abilities in the four pillars of communication (reading, listening, speaking, writing), but the similarities remain here. Precisely for this reason, understanding the differences […]
Here are some tips for what to do the week before your GMAT. REVIEW ALL YOUR NOTES: Now is a great time to review all your notes, review all the different types of questions you’ve seen, observe your most common mistakes, etc. SET ASIDE TIME FOR A DUMMY: Preferably 7 to 5 days before your […]
Several obstacles hinder the path of MBA candidates. Here our philosophy is very simple: we help you clear the way so you can get the best performance on your GMAT race. With that in mind, we present five myths of the GMAT test to discard in your preparation. 1. GMAT IS AN INTELLIGENCE TEST The GMAT is […]
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Ranking School and Information 1 Stanford University (Stanford, CA) Tuition: Full-time: $42,660 per year Total graduate engineering enrollment: 3,564 Average GRE quantitative score (master’s and Ph.D. students): 785 Research expenditures per faculty member: $909,720 Engineering school research expenditures (2010-2011 fiscal year): $197,409,327 Faculty membership in National Academy of Engineering: 17.6% 2 California Institute of Technology […]
Ranking School and Information 1 Harvard University (Boston, MA) Tuition: Full-time: $51,200 per year Enrollment (full-time): 1,808 Average GMAT score: 724 Average undergraduate GPA: 3.66 Acceptance rate: 11.1% Average starting salary and bonus: $139,735 Full-time graduates employed at graduation: 83.2% 2 Stanford University (Stanford, CA) Tuition: Full-time: $55,200 per year Enrollment (full-time): 803 Average GMAT […]