New MBA Scholarship Competition for GMAT Test Takers

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On April 1, 2010, Beat The GMAT unveiled its 2010 GMAT Scholarship Competition. This popular MBA website will be distributing 6 scholarship packages for MBA applicants, worth over $8500. Now accepting applications until May 20, 2010.

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Since 2006, Beat The GMAT has been able to distribute nearly $60,000 in scholarship prizes to 28 people.

Beat The GMAT today launched its fifth annual scholarship competition for business school applicants. This MBA website will be distributing six GMAT prep packages worth over $8500.

Beat The GMAT is one of the world’s most popular communities for MBA applicants, serving 1 million+ visitors per year. The Beat The GMAT Scholarship program began in 2006 when the site’s founder, Eric Bahn—at the time a 23-year-old recent Stanford graduate—began blogging about his GMAT prep experiences.

“While blogging about my GMAT studies I received so much wonderful, unsolicited help from my readers—it was such incredible motivation,” recalls Eric Bahn. “After I finished my GMAT, I vowed to give back to the community that supported me by creating this scholarship program.”

Since 2006, Beat The GMAT has been able to distribute nearly $60,000 in scholarship prizes to 28 people.

For the 2010 competition, Beat The GMAT will distribute six scholarship packages that each include a $250 voucher for GMAT registration fees, as well as a full GMAT test prep course--courtesy of donations from the following test prep companies: Grockit, Kaplan, Knewton, Manhattan GMAT, The Princeton Review, and Veritas Prep.

Beat The GMAT is now accepting applications until May 20, 2010. To learn more and to apply for the scholarship, please visit: http://www.beatthegmat.com/mba/scholarship

About Beat The GMAT

Founded in 2005, Beat The GMAT (http://www.beatthegmat.com) is one of the world’s largest online communities for GMAT prep and MBA admissions advice. The website serves over 1 million students per year, offering: daily business school prep articles, free GMAT prep resources, and 24-hour live expert Q&A.

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