GMAT Cheating Scandal

Do you know a site called Scoretop.com? It published cheat sheets for MBA aspirants to score high in GMAT. Those cheat sheets were literally “cheat sheets”. Scoretop.com published “live” questions from GMAT. Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) that conducts GMAT sued Scoretop.com. Lei Shi, the founder of the site, left United States and returned to his native China where he reportedly taken refuge. Now GMAC is planning to cancel scores of all students that used Scoretop.com; How would GMAC find out who used Scoretop? Because the court allowed GMAT to seize Scoretop’s domain name as well as a computer hard…

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MBA Interview Experience

If you are going to interview for MBA admission in Columbia University, this post might help you. My friend recently has gone thru the interview process. Here are some tips from him. In Columbia the Admission committee does not conduct interviews. This is done only by alumni at various locations. The interview is blind to a certain extent as the person who is interviewing you has not seen any part of your application except your resume, which you are required to upload when you schedule your interview. The questions went like this: Why Finance? Describe your current role and responsibilities.…

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Chicago Graduate School of Business

Recently I got a chance to visit Graduate School of Business (GSB) in Chicago. I am very impressed with the school. If you are planning to do MBA in Finance, GSB is the ideal choice. I noticed a couple of things that were not common in other business schools. 1. Grades Nondisclosure Policy (GND) – Chicago GSB is one of the few schools to follow a Non-Disclosure policy for Grades. Recruiters do not have access to your grades and can’t request for them. Critics of GND claim that it might be responsible for students taking a less than serious approach…

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