Originally posted by fanfan like how hard is this test?
Originally posted by YFU'ER
I bet you Rabbaddal and Victory spent at least 2-3 months of intensive reviewing before taking the test. It is cheaper to put the time reviewing for the test until you score consistently the grade you are hoping for. The alternative is re-taking the exams and as I have said, mahal ang test.
Originally posted by fanfan thanks so much for all your answers... but i'm also considering taking up grad school in australia now kasi it's a lot cheaper...almost half the price of US grad schools. tapos it only takes a year as compared to 2 years in US.
Originally posted by fanfan
Rabbaddal: I know... but I my purpose of getting an MBA or any other masters degree is to get a good job....not here in manila...but in USA.
Originally posted by fanfan victory: after MBA or any masters degree, probably get a job... preferably in the USA. would a masters degree from australia be recognized in US?
Prof. Umbridge wrote:
Help! Do you know of any GMAT review school here in the Phils? Also, where can I apply for the test? Thanks!
The big question is: Are companies willing to hire you even for their internship programs?