GRE Requirement for UC Berkeley Graduate Programs

The University of California, Berkeley has suspended its GRE requirement for most of its graduate programs for another year. This will apply to the vast majority of the 125 graduate programs at Cal and it marks an extension of the suspension of the GRE since the requirement was initially suspended … 

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Harvard Business School Moves Online

Harvard Business School began the semester with in-person instruction but, in a sign of the times due to the spread of the Delta variant of Covid-19, the school is switching to remote instruction for at least a week. Beginning this week, all first-year and some second-year HBS students will transition … 

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MBA Recommendation Letters

When applying to an elite MBA program, one’s letters of recommendation are pivotal. Submit vague letters of recommendation that don’t say a whole lot about you and you’ve done your candidacy quite the disservice. And, yes, MBA admissions officers can read between the lines. There’s indeed a lot to be … 

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Law Schools Get More Diverse

America’s top law schools are getting more diverse. In fact, at two of our nation’s most elite law schools, Harvard Law School and Yale Law School, their incoming classes are the most diverse in their storied histories. At both of these institutions, students of color comprise more than 50% of … 

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Medical School Applications Skyrocket

Aruba, Jamaica, oh I want to take yaBermuda, Bahama, come on pretty mamaKey Largo, Montego, baby why don’t we go, Jamaica During the 2020 admissions cycle, medical school applications skyrocketed. According to the American Association of Medical Colleges, applications in fact rose by a margin of 18% year over year … 

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Dartmouth Tuck MBA Class Sets GMAT Record

Interested in applying to Dartmouth College’s Tuck School of Business next year? If so, you might be interested in this past year’s admissions figures for the Class of 2023. After all, Tuck set a new GMAT benchmark for its incoming class. With an average GMAT score of 724, the Class … 

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Wharton Shatters Glass Ceiling

It’s about time. The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania has done something that its peer institutions — Harvard Business School, Stanford’s Graduate School of Business, MIT Sloan School of Management, Columbia Business School, University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business, and Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management — … 

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Stanford GSB and Admissions Coaching

On its application for undergraduate admission, Duke University used to ask applicants if they worked with a private college counselor. Eventually, Duke nixed the question and why? Well, essentially, they found it wasn’t worth asking since students weren’t being honest in their answer anyway. We always felt what business was … 

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Geisel School of Medicine Ends Cheating Probe

Several weeks ago, we wrote about the scandal brewing at Dartmouth College’s Geisel School of Medicine. And, no, it had nothing to do with one of its namesakes, the late Theodor Seuss Geisel (a.k.a. Dr. Seuss), though his legacy too has faced a tough year. This scandal concerned 17 medical … 

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Scandal at Geisel School of Medicine

A few months back, 17 medical school students at Dartmouth College’s Geisel School of Medicine were accused of cheating on online exams. The scandal even made the cover of The New York Times. In a year in which one of the two namesakes of the medical school, Theodor Seuss Geisel … 

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