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Full-time, two-year Masters of Business Administration applications have gone down 9.9% in the last year, according to the Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAC). This is the third consecutive year that MBA programs have seen a decrease in interest, and a third of full-time MBA programs reported losses of more than...
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Educational Testing Services (ETS) implemented a wealth of changes to the Graduate Records Examination, or GRE, last month. The new test is an hour longer, and each section now adapts to individual student performance. "The better a test-taker performs in one section, the more difficult the next section will be," said...
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The Best Colleges has named its 2011 picks for the 10 online Master of Science in Nursing degrees. In an age of increasing online education, including online high schools, getting a Masters Degree over the internet is no longer a far-fetched idea. According to The Best Colleges, the rate...
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For those of you who are looking for a career in business, you may decide to pursue a graduate degree in business; a masters in business administration (MBA), or a masters of accounting. If that is the case, your journey will start with the GMAT, the Graduate Management Admission Test....
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If you are considering pursuing a master in business, you will want to take the GMAT; the Graduate Management Admission Test, which is recognized by leading business schools and management education programs as the most effective predictor of success The GMAT is a computer-adaptive standardized test in mathematics and the English...
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Those considering a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) but aren't quite sure it's the perfect fit for their interests should look into the advantages of a Masters in Management (MiM) degree. While less conventional, the MiM is a new and changing degree, offering a variety of specializations and lengths of...
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By now, I'm sure most of you have heard of Groupon and its amazing discounts that can be used to make dining, manicures, a night at the theater, and a number of events so much cheaper. But here's a novel idea; using Groupon to cut the cost of tuition. In an...
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The University of Tennessee's Graduate School of Medicine began construction on its $8 million addition Monday morning. The new wing, attached to the UT Medical Center's Department of Family Medicine, will add an imaging room for ultrasounds and X-rays, two procedure rooms, at least eighteen exam rooms, a sixty-seat auditorium,...
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This is the last in a series providing information to those who are interested in a masters in business degree and are planning to take the GMAT, the Graduate Management Admission Test, to get started. The first two parts of the test have already been discussed in previous blogs. Verbal Section The...
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Some of you are considering pursuing a graduate degree in business in order to earn a masters in business. The first step in that journey is to take the GMAT, the Graduate Management Admission Test. This blog will explain the second of this three-part test; the Quantitative Section. Quantitative Section This section...
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