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GMAT Revisited July 13, 2006

Posted by InvisibleInk in GMAT.
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Since I have a few months ahead of me before I start the MBA, I thought I’d use this time reflect on GMAT, application strategies, and give some general advice on interviews. I suppose some of the readers of this blog might be aspiring candidates, and I would be happy to do my part to help. I started of with a section on GMAT. You will notice that I focused more on giving some strategic advice rather than detailed approach on how to tackle specific questions. For the latter, I think you can find wealth of information online. So, I hope you benefit from what I learnt along the way. If you have any questions, feel free to drop me a line.

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