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Sign up for our next one-month class, starting on March 13!

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March is six months before the first business school deadlines, and now is the best time for you to start preparing for the GMAT. Taught by GMAT experts, Austin GMAT Review's accelerated course can speed you on your way to a better GMAT score.

Learn About Our GMAT Course: http://www.austingmatreview.com/gmat-classes/4577857308

Register Now: http://www.austingmatreview.com/enroll/4578032886

GMAT Class Schedule: http://www.austingmatreview.com/gmat-class-schedule/4577857318

Taught on a one-month schedule, the accelerated GMAT course offers focused GMAT prep without cutting corners. You will receive 50 hours of live classroom instruction – twice as many hours as the competition offers in Austin / Round Rock - two evenings a week. We offer a rigorous, highly effective curriculum, excellent instruction from experienced professors, and weekend practice sessions, all designed to help you reach the GMAT score that you want by this fall. The clock is ticking! See you in class.

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March is six months before the first business school deadlines, and now is the best time for you to start preparing for the GMAT. Taught by GMAT experts, Austin GMAT Review's accelerated course can speed you on your way to a better GMAT score.

Learn About Our GMAT Course: http://www.austingmatreview.com/gmat-classes/4577857308

Register Now: http://www.austingmatreview.com/enroll/4578032886

GMAT Class Schedule: http://www.austingmatreview.com/gmat-class-schedule/4577857318

Taught on a one-month schedule, the accelerated GMAT course offers focused GMAT prep without cutting corners. You will receive 50 hours of live classroom instruction – twice as many hours as the competition offers in Austin / Round Rock - two evenings a week. We offer a rigorous, highly effective curriculum, excellent instruction from experienced professors, and weekend practice sessions, all designed to help you reach the GMAT score that you want by this fall. The clock is ticking! See you in class.

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GMAT introduced another change – you can now only take the exam eight times overall (and still only five times a year).

In his newest blog post, our own GMAT guru Dr. Amar talks about how to go after your first or second try at the GMAT, and avoid reaching No. 8:

http://www.austingmatreview.com/gmat-resources/4584051336/Eight-Times-Is-Enough-GMAT%E2%80%99s-New-Limit-Means-%E2%80%9CDon%E2%80%99t-Mess-Around%E2%80%9D/11066433

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New year, new goals - let's go! Austin GMAT Review's accelerated course provides exceptional GMAT preparation for all you future MBA applicants.

Learn About Our GMAT Course: http://www.austingmatreview.com/gmat-classes/4577857308

Register Now: http://www.austingmatreview.com/enroll/4578032886

GMAT Class Schedule: http://www.austingmatreview.com/gmat-class-schedule/4577857318

Austin GMAT Review's accelerated GMAT course is on a one-month schedule but cuts no corners. You will get 50 hours of live classroom instruction – twice as many hours as the competition offers in Austin / Round Rock - two evenings a week. We offer a rigorous curriculum proven to be successful, excellent instruction from dedicated professors, and additional weekend practice sessions, all designed to help you reach the GMAT score that you need for a strong business school application.

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Happy Veterans Day! If we have learned anything from our military students, it is that when the going gets tough, the tough get going.

So, for this Veterans Day, Dr. Amar is sharing advice for GMAT preparation and MBA applications from veteran Nicole (now at Yale SOM) and military officer Steve (now at Emory University's Goizueta Business School). ... Their advice is also important for civilians, too!

http://www.austingmatreview.com/gmat-resources/4584051336/Military-to-MBA-How-to-Pursue-GMAT-Preparation-and-Applications-While-in-the-Military/10981269

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Is there an underground manual used by a Secret League of GMAT Gurus to unlock the secrets of the GMAT?
.........................................Uh, no. But there is an official GMAT book that our own GMAT guru, Dr. Amar, recommends. This a must-read for any of you who are just starting out your GMAT prep:

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Thank you to Christopher Alemán of Kellogg School of Management for spending so much time with our GMAT students, talking about MBA admissions, describing the school's curriculum and opportunities, and fielding questions ... for two hours! (Now, that's dedication.)
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Austin GMAT Review professors have effective strategies and techniques to prepare for the GMAT exam. Here is one example of the GMAT's unique data sufficiency questions - Take the challenge, and see if you can beat the professor to the correct answer. Hint: Don't try to game the GMAT!

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If you’re applying to business school while still in the military, your two main obstacles may be 1) achieving a high GMAT score in a non-academic environment not conducive to study, and 2) finding the business school that is the right “fit” for your non-business background.

With that in mind, we asked three former military students for their advice on tackling these two challenges.

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Jamison, an Army officer who went to Wharton for his MBA, shares his best advice on GMAT prep for military personnel.

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