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Kaplan GMAT Blog: Post #150

March 28, 2013 by

My last retrospective was when I hit fifty. Number one hundred was overshadowed by the test change so there was not an opportunity for much fanfare. However, Elite GMAT Instructor, Justin Doff, asked me what some of my favorite posts were just after I told him that #149 was up on the blogroll. “Geez, that’s a tough one… but it’s a great idea for #150!” I replied.

Nineteen months and one hundred fifty posts later… Here is a list of some of my favorites, or at least these are posts GMAT blog readers might find interesting.




GMAT Prep- Clean as You Go

- GMAT Coaches and GMAT Players

- Take Notes

- Setting Sensible GMAT Goals

- GMAT Tip: Got a Question? Ask it.

- The GMAT Needs a Runway

- GMAT Leverage: Make Your Strengths Even Stronger

- Ben Franklin Would Kill the GMATRead full post

A Kaplan GMAT Alum’s Success Story: Meet Jennifer Shoemaker

April 30, 2012 by

Going to business school is a means to an end.  We use b-school to help us reach our goals, advance in our careers, and become better people.  But the desire to get a graduate management degree is not enough.  We must take many steps and work very hard just to get in the door.  The GMAT is a significant obstacle along the road to b-school.  A lot goes into preparing for the test, and the result of that preparation has a direct impact on turning our aspirations into realities.

At Kaplan, we have thousands and thousands of success stories—stories of people who, just like you, made the decision to go to business school and did what they had to do to get there.  These folks had a clear image in their minds of who they wanted to be and, most importantly, they went for it.  We are proud to … Read full post

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