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Why You Don’t Need A Business Background to Apply to MBAs main image

Business school admissions staff explain why the ideal candidate for an MBA doesn't necessarily have a business background. 

Networking and Admissions Advice Q&A: Concordia University, John Molson School of Business main image

To find out more about the recruitment and admissions process at Concordia University, John Molson School of Business, we spoke to the school’s recruitment and marketing manager for graduate programs, Keum-Yeo (Anna) Brochet.

Will the SAT’s New Adversity Score Really Improve College Admissions? main image

Learn about the SAT’s new adversity score and whether it can really help to create a more level playing field in the often-criticized college admissions process.

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What to Consider When Applying to Business School main image

There are lots of factors to consider before applying to business school, so to help you get started before embarking on your MBA journey, we've put together a list for your consideration. 

Tips to Improve Your GRE Quant Section Score main image

Preparing for the GRE can be difficult, and depending on your academic strengths, you may need a little extra help in the quant section of the exam. Look no further. 

Meet the Recruitment and Admissions Team at Babson College, FW Olin Graduate School of Business main image

Find out why the admissions team at F.W. Olin Graduate School at Babson College think you should choose the school for your postgraduate education. 

What You Need to Know to Get Started with the MBA Application Process main image

You've decided business school is for you, and now it's time to get started on the MBA application process. From the GMAT/GRE to understanding the MBA admissions cycle, we've got all the help you need right here. 

Harvard Discrimination Lawsuit Shows Need for Transparency main image

Students for Fair Admissions is suing Harvard University for systematically discriminating against Asian-Americans and thus violating U.S. civil rights law. Here's why all business schools and universities could benefit from a more transparent admissions process.