MBA Math Ability

MBA Math Ability
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Knowing basic algebra and logic is necessary for MBA course work. Many of your introductory classes like economics, finance, statistics and marketing, will require these math skills. Please work through the attached test. The answer key is also included so that you can check yourself …

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MBA Internet Skills

MBA Internet Skills
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E-mail: It is essential that you have an e-mail address. We will use this to communicate with you and you will use it to work with your student teams. Make sure that your email address is up to date and that it does not filter …

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Answer Resume

Answer Resume
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Resumes open doors and are, in most cases, the sole means by which the employer determines whether an interview is granted. No one spends much time reading a resume-most readers spend no more than 30 seconds. Typically no one spends time reading more than one …

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MS Office Skills for MBA Students

MS Office Skills for MBA Students
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Throughout all your classes, you will need top-notch computer skills. The check-lists below are based on the Microsoft Office user certification and contain the basic skills you will need for success in this program. Please review the check-lists and make sure that you can do …

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Resume Essential Content

Resume Essential Content
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While a resume should be customized to reflect your personal experience, there are some sections that should always be included. • Heading • Educational History • Professional Experience • Computer Skills • Language Skills • Professional Affiliations/Activities   Heading The heading should contain your name, …

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Resume Action Verbs

Resume Action Verbs
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Management Skills Administered Analyzed Assigned Attained Chaired Contracted Consolidated Coordinated Delegated Developed Directed Evaluated Executed Improved Increased Organized Oversaw Planned Prioritized Produced Recommended Reviewed Scheduled Strengthened Supervised Communication Skills Addressed Arbitrated Arranged Authored Corresponded Developed Directed Drafted Edited Enlisted Formulated Influenced Interpreted Lectured Mediated Moderated …

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How to Improve Your Curriculum Vitae

How to Improve Your Curriculum Vitae
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A curriculum vitae (CV) is an overview of your work, internship, educational and research results. This document is used in lieu of a resume when you are looking for graduate opportunities, scholarships, research grants and further academic training. Considerations the entry level resumes are typically …

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How to Write a CV for an Externship

How to Write a CV for an Externship
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According to definition by digopaul, an externship is equivalent to an internship in that you will have the opportunity to gain real-world experience from professionals working in your field, but the time period for an externship is typically only a few days or weeks. A …

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How to Write a Scientific Curriculum Vitae

How to Write a Scientific Curriculum Vitae
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When individuals apply for a job in education and research, and many provide a curriculum vitae, commonly referred to as a resume, instead of a CV. This type of document contains detailed information about the applicant’s previous training, as well as any teaching and research …

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How to Write a Resume for Teaching Posts

How to Write a Resume for Teaching Posts
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A properly prepared Curriculum Vitae (CV), can make all the difference in getting interviewed for the teaching job of your dreams. A CV is more than just a resume-it is your professional biography. As such, further along in your career, you get, the longer it …

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How to Write a Resume for a Class

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Mastering CV is an important first step in getting your foot in the door to a job. Sometimes required resumes for college classes, as well. This can be a daunting task for a student with little or no professional experience. Students, as well as jobseekers …

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How to Write a Supporting Statement in a CV

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According to Abbreviation Finder, a curriculum vitae is abbreviated for CV which provides a list of courses and experience relevant to your academic life. Scholars, teachers, and students typically use CV as an alternative to the more traditional work RESUME as relevant professional experience includes …

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Interview Tips

Interview Tips
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Express enthusiasm for the work Make sure you are very comfortable with the case interview – practice, practice, practice Don’t underestimate the “soft skills” (basic etiquette and social skills). Some applicants are already “dead” by the time they get to the case part. Act “fun”. …

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What is a Cover Letter for a Resume?

What is a Cover Letter for a Resume?
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Cover letters should be included when submitting a resume to a prospective employer. This letter is the first thing to look at, and the employer should succinctly indicate your qualifications and reasons for applying for this particular position. Do your homework Before you even begin …

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Objectives for Resumes for Scholarships

Objectives for Resumes for Scholarships
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A resume is a brief document that contains information about your experiences. Scholarship Committee often request a copy of your resume to fill them in on all your work, academic and recreational activities, said by Bridgat.com. The goal that you are using when you write …

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Resume Optional Content

Resume Optional Content
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Career Objective Career Objective statements are highly specific and leave no question in the reader’s mind of your career goal. Used properly, they let the reader know that in his or her hands is the resume of someone who wants the type of position for …

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Readings and Business Literacy

Readings and Business Literacy
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Please continue your MBA pre-work by reading, on a regular basis, the popular business press. Be aware of current business events and question the point of view of the various authors. The Wall Street Journal, the business section of major newspapers, Business Week, Fortune Magazine, …

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Resume Layout

Resume Layout
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Visual Appeal Employers will only know about you what the resume tells them. That puts a heavy burden on the resume to visually communicate desired qualities. A neat, well-organized resume indicates a neat, well-organized candidate. A resume that is free of typographical and grammatical errors …

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