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Free Eight Week GMAT/MBA Course

I am super excited to be launching a new GMAT/MBA course with Grockit TV!  Here is the scoop, straight from Grockit.

FREE GMAT Course Taught by National GMAT Teacher of the Year, Including MBA Admissions Consulting from Nation's Leading Expert

Grockit has teamed up with Stacy Blackman, one of the leading MBA Admissions consultants in the country, to offer a one-of-a kind comprehensive Business School test prep and admissions program.

Details of the program include:

  • 16 hours of comprehensive online GMAT instruction. The course will cover both Verbal and Quantitative sections of the GMAT.
  • The course is streamed live over the internet in Grockit's interactive online classroom.
  • The GMAT test prep portion of the course is taught by Farb Nivi, Founder of Grockit and former GMAT Test Prep Teacher of the Year.
  • Stacy Blackman will provide 4 hours of MBA admissions consulting covering what to do and not to do while navigating the MBA admissions process and how to use the application to effectively market yourself to your desired programs. 
  • The live interactive course meets twice each week for 8 weeks - Saturdays at 10 am PST and Wednesdays at 6 pm PST. Saturday sessions will be comprised of 1 hour of GMAT test prep, and ½ hour of Admissions Consulting. Wednesday sessions will meet for 1 hour and focus exclusively on GMAT test prep. 
  • The course begins Saturday, August 28th at 10 am PST.

This incredible course would usually cost over $1,000 but Grockit is offering it for free. Registration is required at Grockit. We'll send you an email reminder with the course schedule. It will always be free to watch the classes live on Saturdays and Wednesdays. If you can't make those times the entire course of 16 lessons is available to download to watch whenever you want for just $99.99.

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About the author: Stacy Blackman
Stacy Blackman

Stacy Blackman, has been consulting on the Master of Business Administration degree application process since 2001. She has an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and a BS from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Stacy has worked with the admissions committees at both schools, conducting alumni interviews and evaluating applicants.

Visit: stacyblackman.com/blog

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