Top 5 GMAT MBA Articles
Week of Dec 16, 2011
Too many articles and not enough time? Top 5 GMAT / MBA articles this week, hand-picked by the team here at 30 Day GMAT Success, and delivered directly to your inbox.
1. Rooting Out Plagiarism in MBA Admission Essays
Even though applicants are repeatedly warned not to borrow text from other sources, plagiarism in admission essays still remains a worrying issue. Here’s how business schools are trying to deal with this problem.
2. Authenticity, the Real You, and the MBA Application
The key to writing an impressive essay lies is effectively communicating who you really are.
3. The Willing Recommender
When choosing a recommender, make sure they are enthusiastic about writing the letter, give them enough time, and provide them with the supporting documentation that they might require.
4. How to Manage Word Limits and Deadlines
Setting a schedule and focusing on one application at a time could help you deal with daunting deadlines and word limits.
5. Improving job picture for MBA grads in 2012
A year-end survey of global employers suggests that career prospects look promising for new MBA graduates.
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