March 16, 2022

A GMAT Lesson from Entrepreneurship: Mistakes Are the Way Forward

Recently, the LTG team had the pleasure of receiving to our office Dr. Edward Roberts, one of MIT’s many distinguished professors, and the man who literally […]
March 9, 2022

To Waive or Not To Waive (the GMAT)

The business school application components have been fairly standard for a long time: GMAT scores, college transcripts, letters of recommendation, resumes, and essays. In recent years, […]
March 2, 2022

The Waiting Is the Hardest Part

In the competitive world of MBA admissions, is there anything worse than toiling over the elements of your application for months only to get a rejection […]
February 24, 2022

How Long Does It Take to Recoup the Costs of an MBA?

What’s the return on investment of an MBA? GMAC, the makers of the GMAT, sought to find the answer by surveying 14,279 alumni of 275 business […]
February 17, 2022

Stop Applying to Harvard

Stop applying to Harvard Business School. Read that again: stop applying to Harvard Business School. As the most applied-to business school in the world, HBS received […]
February 10, 2022

How to Show Love for your Favorite MBA Programs (Without Coming On Too Strong)

  Have you ever gone on a date with someone and received about a dozen texts from the person over the next 24 hours? Or maybe […]
February 3, 2022

Strength Training - Overcoming Application Weak Spots

Show us a b-school applicant with a 730 GMAT, 3.8 GPA, five years of impressive work experience, and weekends spent raking a community garden and we’ll […]