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Happening Today: What the GMAT Can (and Cannot) Do For Your MBA Candidacy

Happening Today: What the GMAT Can (and Cannot) Do For Your MBA Candidacy

At 12:00 PM U.S. Pacific time today, Veritas Prep co-founder and CEO Chad Troutwine will conduct a live online seminar titled “What the GMAT Can (and Cannot) Do For Your MBA Candidacy.” Chad’s presentation is part if the Association of the first annual Association of International Graduate Admissions Consultants (AIGAC) Graduate Admissions Virtual Summit. There’s still time to register here!

Filed in: GMAT Prep
Take the MBA Search Survey and You Just Might Win an iPod

Take the MBA Search Survey and You Just Might Win an iPod

We pride ourselves on making the Veritas Prep blog a source of reliable information and valuable advice for you as you progress through the MBA admissions process. The Association of International Graduate Admissions Consultants (AIGAC), a non-profit organization dedicated to maintaining high ethical standards in the world of admissions consulting, is conducting a survey to help us better understand our readers’ goals and needs. As an AIGAC member organization, we’d like to invite all of our readers to share their school selection priorities and views on the MBA application process.

Filed in: Business School
New MBA Admissions Survey

New MBA Admissions Survey

We pride ourselves on making the Veritas Prep Blog a source of reliable information and valuable advice on the MBA admissions process. To that end, as a member of the Association of International Graduate Admissions Consultants (AIGAC), we are conducting a survey to help us better understand our readers’ goals and needs. We would like to invite all of our readers to share their school selection priorities and views on the MBA application process.

This online survey should take just 10 minutes to complete. We would love to receive as many responses as possible before the closing date of Friday, March 20th. That end, AIGAC will will give away an iPod Touch and two iPod Shuffles as a token of gratitude.

Filed in: MBA Admissions