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Harvard, Stanford, Booth & Wharton top our fourth annual list
An expert's Powerpoint primer for MBA applicants from top-tier consulting firms
GMAT scores edge higher at elite MBA programs
We handicap the odds of actual MBA candidates who want to go to Harvard, Stanford, Wharton and other great schools
by Jeff SchmittPoets & QuantsAuthor on June 23, 2014
Here are some additional courses starting in July that may interest you:
Reducing Your Company’s Social Media Risk / Cornell University / Self-Paced
Attract Talent to Your Organization with Social Media / Cornell University / Self-Paced
Using Mapping to Position Your Brand / Cornell University / Self-Paced
Build a Business Case For Allowing Employees to Work Remotely / Cornell University / Self-Paced
Introduction to Data Science / University of Washington / June 30
Leaders of Learning / Harvard University / July 8
Introduction to Computer Science / Harvard University / Self-Paced
Introduction to Computer Programming, Part 1 / Indian Institute of Technology Bombay / July 29
Programming Languages / University of Virginia / Self-Paced
Data-Driven Marketing: Leveraging Big Data For Your Business / Cornell University / Self-Paced ($99)
Web Development / Self-Paced / $300
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