GMAT and MBA Experts Provide Free Advice to MBA Applicants through Beat The GMAT website

Beat The GMAT website relaunches as a GMAT prep and MBA admissions portal. 45 experts from 11 top prep companies collaborate through the website to provide advice to business school applicants. All content and features are free for applicants.

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We hope our website can serve candidates from start to finish: from preparing for the GMAT all the way to getting their acceptance letters.

Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) September 1, 2009

Business school candidates often say that the most difficult part of the admissions journey is simply starting. While there is a lot of great information available about GMAT prep and MBA admissions, the good content is usually scattered across many websites and resources.

Beat The GMAT, a Silicon Valley-based start up, is making life easier for these candidates through its recent site re-launch. The company is working with top GMAT prep and MBA admissions companies to put high-quality GMAT and business school admissions advice into one website, http://www.beatthegmat.com.

"We're partnering with elite experts to build a huge resource database for business school applicants," says Beat The GMAT Founder, Eric Bahn. "We hope our website can serve candidates from start to finish: from preparing for the GMAT all the way to getting their acceptance letters."

Beat The GMAT experts write daily articles, submit video lessons, and interact with visitors in the active Beat The GMAT forums (over 60,000 members to date). 45 experts from 11 companies contribute content to the website. Companies include:

  •     Accepted.com
  •     Clear Admit
  •     Grockit
  •     Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions
  •     Knewton Test Prep
  •     Manhattan GMAT
  •     MBA Podcaster
  •     mbaMission
  •     PowerScore
  •     Stacy Blackman Consulting
  •     The Princeton Review

Access to Beat The GMAT is free for everyone.

About Beat The GMAT

Founded in a Stanford University dorm room in 2005, Beat The GMAT is one of the largest online communities for GMAT prep and MBA admissions. The website features free expert-written articles, active GMAT/MBA discussion forums, prep resources, and scholarships.

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