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Data Sufficiency Practice Problem

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Crack your knuckles and sharpen your pencil because we have a sample GMAT Data Sufficiency problem for you to try to solve. Since these GMAT questions get pretty tricky, we brought on Manhattan GMAT guru Chris Ryan to help us through. He knows what he's talking about because he scored...

Problem Solving Practice

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Got a pencil and paper handy? Try to solve this sample GMAT Math question from the Problem Solving section. Don't worry, you won't be alone on this GMAT practice question. We have Manhattan GMAT instructor Jonathan Schneider here to guide you through as quickly and effic...

EMBA Student Panel

On today’s show we bring you reflections from students who are currently balancing an executive MBA program, their work and more. Some are high level execs, some are entrepreneurs, some are managers at Fortune 100 companies. How do they do it? Do they get the same opportunities as regular, full-time MBA students? If you’re only there on weekends, what’s the faculty interaction like? Is there any synergy between school and work? Listen in...

GMAT vs GRE

The GRE is the buzz word around business schools. It's a growing trend among top MBA programs to accept the GRE in addition to the GMAT. Just to name a few: Harvard Business School, Stanford, MIT Sloan, NYU Stern, and Columbia. In this show, you'll find out the key differences between the two tests and learn about the upcoming changes to the GRE in August 2011. If you're asking yourself, "which test should I take?" or "will I do better on the...

Mastering the GMAT Verbal Section

MBA PodTV host Mia Saini gathers helpful strategies on mastering the Verbal Section of the GMAT with two GMAT gurus from Manhattan GMAT. Find out how you can reach those high GMAT Verbal Scores by using techniques in clock management and nailing down grammar rules. Get several GMAT tips on tackling each of the types of problems including GMAT Reading Comprehension, Critical Reasoning and GMAT Sentence Correction. Also, discover how a Harvard B...

Mastering GMAT Math

MBA Podcaster host Mia Saini digs up strategies on how to master the Quantitative Section on the GMAT exam from two GMAT masters from Manhattan GMAT. Find out how to pick up those extra GMAT math points by using the "rephrasing" technique, identifying problem types, and knowing when to give up and move on. Also, hear what an MBA admissions director has to say about your Quant Score and what other applicants are doing to help boost their GMAT s...

Access MBA Panel

Our very own MBA PodTV host Mia Saini moderates an admissions panel on "How to be admitted to a Top MBA" at Access MBA in New York. Mia investigates those topics swimming around in your head on MBA admissions. Learn the value add of an MBA, the best time to apply, and the biggest mistakes candidates make when writing essays, studying for the GMAT, and in the MBA interview.

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Conquering the GMAT

MBA Podcaster host Mia Saini hunts down great GMAT tips and GMAT preparation ideas from Manhattan GMAT. Discover how much you can improve from your first GMAT practice test, as well as what to do the night before and the day of the GMAT exam. Learn about GMAT's computer adaptive method from a GMAC rep (Graduate Management Admission Council) and find out how business school...

GMAT Test Taking Tips from the Test Prep Experts

The single stand-alone, objective statistic in your application that will be used by the admissions committee to compare you to every other applicant is the score you get on your GMAT -- the Graduate Management Admission Test. The pressure is on to get the best GMAT scores you possibly can as there is an unprecedented increase of MBA school candidates. You can improve your GMAT test-taking skills – we’ve got tips from the experts who run t...

Landing Your Ideal Summer Internship

MBAs are feeling the employment squeeze from a tightening economy. This makes the summer internship, taken between the first and second year of your MBA program, an even more crucial step toward the ultimate goal of landing full-time employment with the company of your choice. On today's show, Landing Your Ideal Summer Internship, we'll talk with a former MBA student with an unusual story to tell; the career development director from the Unive...

MBA Salaries Part 1

According to recent compensation surveys, MBA salaries are on the rise. That’s good news for MBAs. In 2007, GMAC reported the average MBA starting salary ranged between $80 - $85,000. Many factors influence how much you’ll actually make. Years of experience, location, industry, function, and region are just a few things that can significantly raise or lower your MBA salary. Join us as we explore MBA salaries, how to properly determine how...

Comparing GMAT Test Prep Companies

Business school applicants have been lining up to take the GMAT since 1954. This year it’s your turn. To help you prepare, we have interviewed the various test preparation companies to hear what they have to offer. They’ll discuss the different types of courses they offer from traditional classroom courses to private tutoring and online courses. Each company will have the opportunity to explain how they are unique and what makes them stand...

Top 10 Tips for Getting Into Business School

Graduating from a top MBA program can mean a higher salary, wider name recognition, and greater career opportunities. Doors open and you have a certain level of pre-existing credibility. That's also why top schools are tough to get into; everyone wants it. If you're reaching for a top MBA program, we have 10 great tips on getting you in. On our show are two admissions directors from top MBA programs and an admission’s consultant.

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MBA Resources

With MBA-related websites, articles, blogs, rankings, organizations, events, books and podcasts, there is a wealth of information out there on business school. This time, we’re going to highlight just a few resources that can help you in your application process. You’ll hear about The MBA Tour, QS World MBA Tour, Forte Forums as well as business school guides by the Princeton Review and Clear Admit. You’ll learn what makes each unique an...

Creating the Killer MBA Application

Admissions deadlines are fast approaching but you don’t want to rush to the finish line. Your goal is to build the best possible application package. That means covering all your bases. Have you written essays that are full of detail and free of errors? Properly addressed your weaknesses? Exhibited leadership skills and potential? This time, we want to help you create the killer application, one that will leave a lasting impression. You’ll...

MBA Must Reads

If you’re applying for a MBA program or if you’re midstream, you’re likely doing a lot of reading. However, there are some books that you must to read to enhance your candidacy and career prospects. In this show we will hear from students, consultants and authors to guide you to the perfect books that will help round out your skills and open your mind to new paths.

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Advice to the Younger Applicants

If you’re younger than the average business school student but want to get an MBA now, you're in a good spot. Top MBA programs are reaching out to applicants with little work experience. We’ll explore some things you can do to compensate for a short resume, what the admissions committee will be looking for in young candidates, and what being young is actually like on campus.

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The 360 Degree Guide to Applying For & Getting Your MBA

Listen in as we cover everything you need to know about applying and getting your MBA. We are covering all the bases from picking the right schools to apply to, calculating your ROI, improving your GMAT score, tackling the essay questions, nailing the interview, deciding on a school, what to do before you hit campus, and how to launch your career upon graduation. No stone is left unturned in your pursuit to an MBA!

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The finishing touches on your application

Application deadlines for many business schools are just around the corner. As the countdown begins, we'll learn how to best plan out the months, weeks, and days before you hit submit. We'll talk about when you should approach your recommenders, if it's too late to study for the GMAT, where you should be in the essay writing process and you'll also learn about the common mistakes applicants make when pressed to meet the deadline. This time, we...

Is an MBA Necessary

You’ve been working hard, moving up the ranks and you’re making a good salary. At this point do you need take time out of your career and spend a significant amount of money to get your MBA? Or maybe you are being recruited for positions that are typically held by MBAs and the job offer is lucrative. Are you hurting your long-term career objectives by taking the job before you have your master’s degree? We’ll pose these questions and m...

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