Career Quiz to Predict your Future

This career quiz helps you find out what job fits your personality. As you make your choices, assume that all jobs are of equal pay and prestige. When you have answered each of the questions, click “Next” to go on. There are 12 questions. The questions in this test are in line with the John Holland … Read more

Women and the MBA: A Perfect Match

Women from all kinds of backgrounds are finding that the MBA or another graduate business degree is a great way to achieve their career and personal objectives. In fact, roughly 40% of GMAT® test takers are women. But graduate business schools would still like to get more applications from qualified female applicants. When we talk … Read more

The Truth About MBA Rankings

In 1988 BusinessWeek started ranking MBA programs, this changed the whole ballgame. In the rankings, student satisfaction played a key role and by the time the leading business schools understood this importance, the quality of teaching improved drastically. Until then, quality teaching had not always received the attention of business schools it deserved. Promotion decisions and … Read more

Are you a Left or Right Brain Thinker

Take this quiz to see if you favor your right or left brain.  Left brained people are more adept at solving problems, logic, language, and analytical thinking. Right-brained people are more creative, able to think outside the box, and expressive. So which are you? Left brained people are more adept at solving problems, logic, language, … Read more

What’s The Average GMAT Score

The average GMAT Score The U.S. News reported that among all the MBA programs that recently provided data on GMAT scores, the average was 630, much lower than the 722 average among the top 11. Stanford University (CA)  – Average GMAT score: 733 The University of Pennsylvania (Wharton) – Average GMAT score:  732 The University of … Read more

CLEP Calculus

The College-Level Examination Program® (CLEP) gives students the possibility to earn college credit at a cost far less ($80) than a college course. The CLEP is developed by the College Board, as a college credit-by-exam program, and is recognized and used by more than 2,900 institutions of higher learning (including military installation). There are 33 CLEP … Read more

Easiest CLEP Exams

Many students ask “which CLEP Exams Are Easiest?” There is no easy answer to this question, because considering an exam as easy or easiest is subjective. What’s easy for one student may be extremely difficult for another, it all depends on you and your background. What you think of as an easy subject may be … Read more

CLEP Testing Centers

The College-Level Examination Program® (CLEP) offers you the chance to earn college credit for the knowledge you already have but at a fraction of what a college course would cost you. The CLEP is created by the College Board and is a widely recognized college credit-by-exam program accepted by almost 3,000 universities, colleges, and military institutions. The CLEP … Read more

CLEP in Spanish & CLEP Spanish Practice Test

When you are fluent in Spanish, the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) is offering you the chance to earn three (or more) college credits when you pass the CLEP Spanish Language test. This will save you a lot of money and time while you’re working hard towards a college degree. There are worldwide nearly 3,000 … Read more

Best GMAT Prep

When you’re looking for the best GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) prep courses, you want to look, for example, who is using top-notch study materials, or which course suits your budget. In general, we cannot say that this or that prep course is the best, as all providers have something to their advantage and vice … Read more