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GMAT Quant: Basic Concepts

8th grade was a long time ago. Just like that time when you were stood-up for the homecoming dance, chances are you also blocked geometry class from your memory. 1,637 more words


Back to the study table. Starting with 640!

Hey, Last week I started a few new things in my life. That includes shifting from daily targets to weekly targets, 45 minutes of exercise including 15 minutes of yoga, … 199 more words


In the beginning, there was the GMAT

I initially thought the GMAT was yet another standardized test. No problem, I thought. I did these tests in school and for the most part, I could take them cold. 1,332 more words


Some necessary opening remarks

Today is April 23, 2015 9:57pm and things are uncertain.  The biggest moving piece is that I will be starting the MBA program at Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania in 102 days 2 hours, 2 minutes, 18 seconds. 185 more words


Twitter is the new way of Collections.

This week went in reviewing all the topics that I have covered in my previous study session. I reviewed all the notes that I have made and started reviewing the Quant topics. 147 more words


Introduction to the GMAT

What’s the GMAT?

The GMAT, or Graduate Management Admission Test, was created in 1953 as a way to help business school admission committees. Students were applying from across the United States, and the schools wanted a way to fairly compare academic aptitude. 2,074 more words


MBA:10 Ways to Build A Rocking Profile

In India, top undergraduate majors of aspiring MBA candidates, includes Engineering (58%), Computer Science (17%) and Information Technology (10%). Most of these candidates also have great academic performance. 764 more words

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