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Examining Your MBA Application Test Options
It can be the most stressful part of an MBA application-– the requirement to take either the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) or the Graduate Record Exam (GRE). At McCombs, the Admissions Committee does not waive this requirement for any (More)
The Benefits of MBA Test Prep
Once you've done your research on the format and content of the GMAT and GRE tests, you’re ready to settle on which one you want to take and start your preparation. If you still need a review of each test to help you navigate the details, see More)
Choosing a Test for Your MBA Career Search
This is the third in a series of posts on GMAT/GRE testing. We encourage you to review previous posts, if you have not already. Before you (More)
How Test Scores Factor into Your MBA Application
This is the final installment in a series of posts on GMAT/GRE testing. We encourage you to review previous posts, if you have not already. (More)
Working Professional MBA Final Round Applications
There’s an ice-breaker game often played at events called "Two Truths and a Lie," where you share three statements about yourself, and others try to guess which statement is false.  We’ll modify that slightly here and call it "Two Truths and a Myth." (More)
Balancing Act: Family, Work, and Your MBA
Working professional MBA programs can be challenging when it comes to the competing priorities of work, school, and your personal life. Many wouldn’t think of adding to that mix, perhaps the ultimate challenge: caring for a new baby. Nevertheless, Mc (More)
How to Totally Crush Your Texas MBA Interview
From the Texas MBA Admissions Committee: So, you’ve submitted your application and after waiting anxiously for further news, you’ve received that coveted interview invitation. First of all, take time to feel excited to have made it to this stage o (More)
Insider Tips for Highlighting Your Pre-MBA Work Experience
When evaluating your application, our MBA Admissions Committee aims for a complete picture of your qualifications and fit with the program. It’s all about perspective. We look  at your application as if we are holding a scale, balancing all the parts (More)
Crossing all the T's in your MBA Application
This Insider Insight comes from the Texas MBA Admissions Team: We know you want to put forth the best application you can when you apply to any Texas McCombs MBA program. And we’ve covered many components of the application in the past, including (More)
Your MBA Application: The Non-Numeric You
In the world of MBA Admissions, your numbers are not everything. Applicants do tend to focus on numbers when they submit an MBA application:  Their undergraduate GPA, total GMAT/GRE score, quant and verbal scores, percentiles, etc. With limited seats (More)
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