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Welcome back to our series on the new GMAT Official Guide 2019 (OG)! (If you’d like, you can start with the first installment of this ..read more
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Starting April 10, Manhattan Prep and mbaMission will be coming together for an invaluable series of free workshops titled “Maximize ..read more
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How can you write essays that grab the attention of MBA admissions committees? With this thorough Dartmouth Tuck essay analysis, our ..read more
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It’s easy to feel lost when you start to study for the GMAT. It doesn’t help that everybody wants to share their own GMAT study tips ..read more
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If you’re trying for a great GMAT score, it’s probably because you have your eye on one of the top 20 business schools. Here’s the ..read more
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Most of us should spend about three months studying for the GMAT. However, your perfect GMAT timeline might look different! Keep reading ..read more
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You probably know that you can cancel your GMAT score if you aren’t happy with it. However, there’s a lot of misinformation about what ..read more
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In most cases, it’s a smart move to retake the GMAT! There are a number of reasons it might help your applications, and very few ..read more
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The “GMAT or GRE” decision seems more complicated than it really is. There are a few reasons you might strongly prefer one test over ..read more
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The best thing about GMAT Number Properties problems is that the numbers are nice and easy. There’s no need to worry about fractions, ..read more

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