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VIDEO: Noodle Pros Founding Tutor Dan Edmonds Explains in Detail the GMAT Online
Right now, many prospective business school applicants are working from home and wondering whether the global COVID-19 pandemic presents an opportunity to apply for and earn an MBA or other business degree that will accelerate their career journey. For most, one part of that process is deciding whether and when to take the GMAT. Now that GMAC has announced the availability of its new GMAT Online product, applicants must choose whether to take the GMAT now online or to wait and see if in-person t
22 April, 2020
UPDATED APRIL 20: BRIEFING OF THE LATEST COVID-19 CHANGES FROM MBA ADMISSIONS
The Fortuna team [https://fortunaadmissions.com/about-us/] continues to receive a flurry of Coronavirus-related updates from the senior leadership of the nation’s top business schools. Among the daily developments are unprecedented changes in the MBA application process – from the ability to submit applications without exam scores (INSEAD, LBS, Wharton, Columbia) to larger waitlists (HBS), app fee waivers (Kellogg, Darden), and extended R3 deadlines (Haas, Fuqua, Booth, Kellogg & many others).
22 April, 2020
5 Ways High Schoolers Can Prepare For College Applications
Most schools across the United States have closed their doors for the past few weeks. Despite the school closures, students should still be spending their time productively. Here are five ways high school students can prepare for college applications right now. 1. Create A College List It’s not too early to start building a college list. Organize the school name, average stats of the applicants (SAT/ACT scores, GPA, average acceptance rates, etc.) in an Excel spreadsheet, and compare it to your
15 April, 2020
What COVID-19 Means For Your SAT/ACT Prep
Note: This advice is presented in mid-April 2019 and is subject to change as policies change. Check back for updated advice, and feel free to reach out to us for up-to-date guidance. Since mid-March, when COVID-19 altered the patterns of our lives, many students and parents have reached out to ask what they should do about SAT or ACT prep in social isolation or even under quarantine. And when the March 14 SAT and April 4 ACT dates were canceled, many students in the high school Class of 2021 we
13 April, 2020
10 Books To Help Your Child Cope With Difficult Issues
All children are bound to experience difficult events as they grow up: family members becoming ill or passing away; divorce or separation; moves that takes them away from the familiar comfort of home. In these moments of great sadness and struggle, parents and caregivers might wonder what can be done to ease children’s pain. When complex situations arise before children develop the ability to articulate their emotions, books can help them feel less alone and more at ease with feelings of anger,
08 April, 2020
UPDATED APRIL 3: BRIEFING OF THE LATEST COVID-19 CHANGES FROM MBA ADMISSIONS
COVID-19 Changes to MBA Admissions at the Top Schools Duke shifts start dates for incoming class, moves back R3 deadline(March 30) Duke’s R3 deadline has been moved back to June 1. It has also taken the extraordinary step of shifting the start dates for its incoming class to accommodate students grappling with travel restrictions and visa processing delays: Orientation will now start on August 31, with classes kicking off on September 3.In a March 30 message to its community, Duke adds: “However
07 April, 2020