// In the fifth and final installment of Knewton’s Intro to GMAT Quant Lesson, expert teachers Jess and Rich give you a chance to try out some tricky Data Sufficiency questions involving ratios. They’ll also talk about proportions, and give you a list of common powers and common decimal-fraction-percentages equivalencies to memorize in order to save time on test day. If you missed any of the previous lessons, be sure to check them out here!
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Daily Archives: February 17, 2011
Recently, b-schools have begun to post a ton of great resources online to help aspiring MBA students learn about their offerings. If you’re interested in learning more about entrepreneurship in business school, for example, check out this video from Michigan Ross, about the process three of their students went through to start a successful business while still in school. The company, Husk Insulation, aims to transform agricultural waste in high-grade, affordable insulation for the refrigeration… Read more
An article in the Wall Street Journal indicated that newly minted MBA salaries and bonuses rose last year, a sign that employers are recruiting more intensely at business schools across the country: “Students who graduated in 2010 received a median salary of $78,820, up from $66,694 for the class of 2009. Last year’s grads also reported bigger signing bonuses, a median of $13,318, nearly double the previous year. Still, both salaries and bonuses are down… Read more