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What We're Thankful For

What We're Thankful For


For whatever reason, there seems to be a little more emphasis on people pausing at Thanksgiving to truly consider what we’re thankful for this season. This is great news. While we all can get caught up in the stress of trying to get ahead at work or (if you’re reading this blog) trying to get into a world-class graduate school, it’s healthy to stop now and then and realize just how good most of us have it.

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GMAT Tip of the Week

GMAT Tip of the Week


Cleanse Your Palate

(This is one of a series of GMAT tips that we offer on our blog.)

If you’re one of our many American readers, you’re most likely salivating at the though of Thursday’s Thanksgiving meal, already planning how to make room on your plate for a drumstick, a scoop of potatoes carefully depressed in to a self-containing gravy bowl, a portion-and-a-half of Aunt Joan’s sweet potato casserole, and enough vegetables to round out the plate to not appear entirely unconcerned with eating healthy. Ultimately, your carefully planned plate will all blend together in to one pile of mashed-everything, with gravy running in to cranberry sauce that is essentially a paste holding together kernels of corn and pieces of marshmallow from the already-devoured sweet potatoes.

GMAT Tip of the Week

GMAT Tip of the Week

(This is one of a series of GMAT tips that we offer on our blog.)

Happy Thanksgiving! Today marks, hopefully, at least for the economy’s sake, the busiest shopping day of the year in the United States, complete with hectic parking lots, long lines, and potentially-significant savings. In fact, it’s a lot like your GMAT test date will be – stressful and frantic with the hope of a big payoff…but also with the potential to waste a lot of time and energy for naught.

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