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by Neuman F. Pollack Ph.D.,Eugene Miller

  • Author: Neuman F. Pollack Ph.D.,Eugene Miller
  • ISBN: 0764137581
  • ISBN13: 978-0764137587
  • ePub: 1809 kb | FB2: 1363 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Higher & Continuing Education
  • Publisher: Barron's Educational Series; 15 edition (August 1, 2007)
  • Pages: 840
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 696
  • Format: lit docx mbr rtf
Guide to Graduate Business Schools (Barrons Guide to...) ePub download

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Official Guide: A must to have for everybody taking GMAT. This book almost caused me to toss the idea of going back to school altogether. I graduated college 4 years ago, and after a few hours with this book was sure that I lost all brain cells in those 4 years

Official Guide: A must to have for everybody taking GMAT. I did the last third of the questions for each section, which are typically more difficult. I graduated college 4 years ago, and after a few hours with this book was sure that I lost all brain cells in those 4 years.

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Data are drawn from a new longitudinal survey of registrants for the Graduate Management Admission Test. Abstract Less than a handful of papers have used data on individuals to examine people's decisions about which school to attend

Data are drawn from a new longitudinal survey of registrants for the Graduate Management Admission Test. One finding is that elasticity of school choice with respect to tuition is fairly low, about . 8. Another is that, even after controlling for the effects of Affirmative Action in admissions, blacks and Hispanics are substantially more attracted to top-tier institutions, while women are less attracted to them. Abstract Less than a handful of papers have used data on individuals to examine people's decisions about which school to attend. This paper develops a nested logit model of the determinants of choice of a graduate business school.

Presenting up-to-date costs and latest school facts and figures, this directory profiles more than 600 accredited business schools in the United States and Canada. Details supplied for each school include admission requirements, minimum GMAT score, available academic programs, course requirements for graduation, career placement services, library, research, and computer facilities, data on both the faculty and student body, and admissions contact, with e-mail and web site addresses. The directory of schools is organized state-by-state. Additional information for prospective students includes advice on choosing a specific business school, the application procedure, financing one's business school program, and a sample GMAT exam with answer keys and a self-evaluation chart.
Bluddefender
This guide to graduate business schools is barely more than a list of statistics for each school. If that's what you're looking for, nearly all these statistics can be found on the schools' websites.
Most of the data is prefaced by "In a recent year", so a lot of the time you don't even know what year Barron's is talking about. It offers the barest description of programs and doesn't analyze them at all. Why are certain programs better than others? It really doesn't say.
Unlike many undergraduate guides which give you an idea about the quality of life, quality of academics, and quality of social life, this book leaves you with nothing more than statistics, and no way to judge each school. That is, unless you know you want to attend a school where "in a recent year" most graduating students were placed into jobs immediately (which are nearly all the schools listed) and make your decision based on that.
Additionally, the book is filled with the teeniest tiniest business schools whose graduate enrollment, I'm not kidding, include 2 men and 2 women. These entries take up space which could be better dedicated to a more in depth look at schools that you're more likely to attend.
Overall, I don't think this book helped me narrow down my choices at all, because it's a whole lot of statistics and no real analysis of the schools or programs. However, if you're looking for an exhaustive list of every single MBA program in the U.S., this would be it.
Dog_Uoll
I found this to be a poor source of info on graduate business programs. It appears incomplete, out-of-date, and too often self contradictory. Examples: If you're headed for California, don't look for Cal State San Marcos--their program isn't mentioned. And if you're looking for the cost of a UC Riverside MBA you'll be extra confused: in the summary at the top of the section it says tuition is $23,455 in state and $$35,700 for out of state. Then later under "cost" it says "residents pay no tuition." The schools' web sites were a much more complete and up-to-date source for free! The one section I found useful was "schools at a glance" with a comparison of specialization areas. But even that didn't list programs that offer study abroad.
MrRipper
If you are certain that you have no interest in studying outside the U.S. or Canada, then this book provides a good amount of information on the business schools on which you will be focusing. It also provides a nice summary table of these schools as well as a short section dedicated to the GMAT exam. This is the perfect book if you need to narrow down or even just select the business schools in which you may be interested. It can be particularly useful in assuring you don't accidentally overlook a program for which you are well suited. The financial aid section is also pretty helpful. Beware that, if you are applying to a competitive business school, you will want to do additional research for your "Why I want to attend your business school" essay beyond what is covered in this book.
Larosa
This book was not as helpful as I expected.
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