Meet EMILY. She’s a young red-head who loves the beach and makes a living lifeguarding. Unfortunately, she is not actually human, which takes her off the market for most guys out there. But, she is capable of moving at more than 28 mph in hurricane conditions and contains Navy-derived technology capable of recognizing a flailing swimmer and moving towards them without human controls. That makes her pretty cool in my book.
Since NYC is home to top companies as well as business school greats such as Columbia and NYU Stern, it’s no surprise that there are many GMAT prep options available to New Yorkers. While the big two test prep companies (Kaplan and Princeton Review) have the most locations, there are also some more personalized services you can use such as one-on-one tutoring services and even a boutique GMAT study space. We’ve sorted through all the GMAT study options NYC has to offer to create this list.
Before you apply to an MBA program, it's a good idea to learn about MBA job trends, so you have an idea of the demand for MBAs in your field. Want to know which countries have the highest percentage of MBA hires, or what types of companies have had the largest increases of MBA hires? Check out this data from the 2011/12 QS Jobs & Salaries Trends Report.
While it's easy to get caught up in brainstorming essay questions or studying for the GMAT, do not underestimate the importance of your MBA application form. Your answers will determine whether or not you will get into the business school of your choice. Here are some tips that will help you come up with answers that will make a good impression on the MBA admissions committee.
If you are applying to certain business schools, such as MIT’s Sloan School of Management, you may be required to fill out your application online. While an online application can be quicker and more convenient, you still need to be careful. Here are some tips.