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The number of women taking the GMAT is on the rise, with China leading the way, according to the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC).
Learning how to prioritize time and involvement is key in making sure you do not leave school with any regrets.
First and second round admissions decisions are making their way out to prospective students, and now the tables have turned.
Hopefully acceptance letters are rolling in and your mind has shifted to transitioning from your full time job into business school. If you are going into a full time program, this likely means leaving your job.
Recruiting is a very personal journey and it’s best not to compare yourself to any of your peers.
The key to believing in yourself is upgrading the way you talk about yourself – both to others and (perhaps even more importantly) to yourself.
The key to winning in the interview is preparation and confidence.
Get the inside view of careers in the world of finance and determine if this career choice is a good fit for you.
When navigating the recruiting process, it’s important to keep a few things in mind.