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Student resources can help you succeed in business school. Get tips on preparing for tests, studying in a group, networking in business school, and much more.
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  2. Business Specializations (37)
  3. Cars and Car Loans (4)
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  5. Homework Resources (19)
  6. Icebreakers (14)
  7. Internships (19)
  8. Student Finances (24)
  9. Study Tips (6)

Your First Year of Business School
Returning to school to get your MBA can be daunting. Read on to find out what the first year of business school is really like.

Your Second Year of Business School
The second year of business school is nothing like the first year. Read on to learn what the second year of business school is like.

Tips for New MBA Students
Attending an MBA program for the first time can be stressful. Get tips on how to make the transition to MBA student and succeed during your first year of business school.

10 Free Web Apps for Students
A list if 10 web and mobile apps every student can use.

How Much Will I Earn with an MBA?
Wondering if an MBA will pay off salarywise? Are you wondering how much you stand to earn with an MBA compared to those without one? Find out here.

Business Majors 101- Preparing for Business School and Beyond
Wondering what business school is all about? Find out everything you need to know about being a business major here, including how to prepare for business school and beyond.

Business School Basics- Find Out What Business School Is and Why You Need It
Get the basics of business school here. Find out what it is, why you should attend, and what careers will be available to you after you get your business degree.

MBA Curriculum - Core Classes
Regardless of your discipline, there are certain core classes that you will be required to complete. Learn more about MBA core curriculum.

MBA- Understanding the MBA Degree
The MBA is a postgraduate degree that is awarded to students who have mastered the study of business. The MBA degree is thought to be one of the most prestigious and sought after degrees in the world. Find out how an MBA degree can help you and your career.

Women and the MBA
Whether you are a man or a woman, business school can help you achieve your career goals. An MBA can open doors that you never knew existed. Find out more about women and the MBA. Learn about scholarships and resources for women and get tips on choosing a business school.

How to Read a Lot of Dry Text Quickly
Reading through page after page of dry text may seem like a challenge, but there are tricks that can be used to get through your required reading quickly and efficiently.

Do I Need to Attend Every Class?
Is it is necessary to attend every class in business school? The answer might surprise you.

Tips for Working on Group Projects
Group projects are an inevitable part of the business school experience. Read on to find out how you can make the most of your group project, lead other team members to success, and cope with a difficult member of the group.

How to Cram for a Test
Cramming for a test is an inevitable part of student life. Get tips on how to cram for a test here.

3 Networking Tips for Business School Students
Make the most of your networking opportunities in business school with these networking tips written specifically for business school students.

Networking - How to Network in Business School
Networking is an important part of the business school experience. Read this article to get tips on how to network in business school.

8 Networking Tips for Business Students
Here are 8 networking tips every business student can use.

Where to Network Online
Networking is important for business majors and business professionals. If you are looking for places to network online, this article offers a list of 10 business networking sites that you can try today.

How to Find Cheap Student Travel Deals
There are many cheap travel options for students. Discounts can be had on transportation, hotels, food, and much more. Get tips on how to find cheap student travel.

Top 3 Spring Break Destinations for Business Students
No matter which business school you attend, spring break provides an opportunity to get away. Here are three ideas to help you decide where to spend your spring break.

Spring Break in Las Vegas
Looking for somewhere to spend spring break? Consider Las Vegas. The sights, sounds, and sheer excess are enough to take your mind off your studies.

Spring Break in Miami
Want to get away from your business school on spring break? Try Miami. The sand, surf, and sun, are sure to take your mind off your studies.

7 Travel Destinations for Entrepreneurs
Travel is a great way for business students and new entrepreneurs to discover global business opportunities. Get a list of 7 fruitful travel destinations for entrepreneurs.

How to Get Into a Top MBA Program
When it comes to MBA programs, everyone wants to get into a top MBA program. If you are wondering how to get into the top MBA program of your dreams, this article offers the tips you need.

Business School Checklist
Business School Checklist- You've decided to go to business school, but you're not sure what the next step is. Let your Guide to Business Majors help you through the process with this business school checklist.

Ethics in Business - Interview with Dov Seidman
Dov Seidman is the founder, chairman and chief executive officer of LRN, a company that helps businesses develop ethical corporate cultures and inspire principled performance. In this interview, we discuss LRN's mission, the importance of ethics in business, the Elie Wiesel Prize in Ethics Essay Contest, and ethics training.

35 Online Resources for Aspiring Managers
Aspiring managers can find many resources online to help them climb the corporate ladders. Here are 35 great online resources for aspiring managers.

MBA Classes
Not sure what to expect from MBA classes? Read this article to find out what MBA classes are really like.

Five Things to Consider if Your Child Wants to Live Off Campus
This article is for parents and offers five things to consider if you want to live off campus. From the Princeton Review Book- Parents' Guide to College Life.

Five Etiquette Rules for College Roommates
Whether you live in a college dorm or off campus, you will need to respect your college roommates. Get the five most important etiquette rules for college roommates from Parents' Guide to College Life.

The Adult Student's Guide to Survival & Success
This handy little book is filled with study tips and advice for acing tests. See a full review for The Adult Student's Guide to Survival & Success here.

Study Groups - Forming a Study Group
Study groups are very common in undergraduate and graduate school. Many business schools encourage, and in some cases, require study groups. Gets tips on how to form and organize a study group.

How to Start an Online Study Group
Learn how to form an organize an online study group.

Study Tips – Preparing for a Test
Taking a test can be a stressful event for any student. When it comes to taking tests, there is no real substitute for preparation. Get tips that will help you prepare for tests and exams.

MBA Internships- Top MBA Internship Programs
MBA Internship programs can be a valuable resource for MBA students. Students who take advantage of MBA internhsips benefit from hands-on experience, netwroking opportunities, and much more. Get a list of top MBA internship programs.

Internships - MBA Internships
Most full-time MBA students participate in an MBA internship. Typically, MBA internships are completed between the first and second year of study. Learn more about MBA internships here.

Free Case Study Samples for Business Majors
Case studies are a large part of the business school curriculum and sometimes it can be hard to decide how you should format a particular project. Luckily, there are many case study samples available online. These websites in particular offer excellent examples of case studies.

Business School Case Studies
Get the basics on case studies here. Find out what a case study is, why business schools use case studies, and get case study samples.

Recommendation Letter Do's and Don'ts
A good recommendation letter can be an asset to your college application. During admissions, most business schools expect to see at least one, preferably two or three, letters of recommendation for each applicant. Here are some do’s and don’ts to keep in mind when securing your recommendation letters.

Scholarships- Searching for College Scholarships
If you need help paying for school, you should begin searching for a scholarship immediately. Scholarships are a great way to pay for college, because unlike loans, scholarships do not have to be paid back. Learn more about the types of college scholarships that are available and how to find them.

Top Undergraduate Level Business Schools
Every year schools receive rankings from various organizations and publications. These rankings are determined by a variety of factors and can be useful when choosing an undergraduate school. Get the top picks from your About Guide to Business Majors.

Top Graduate Level Business Schools
Every year business schools receive rankings from various organizations and publications. These rankings are determined by a variety of factors and can be very useful when choosing a business school or MBA Program.

Get a Resume at ResumeEdge.com
Get the edge with ResumeEdge. ResumeEdge.com is one of the premier sites on the web, offering professionally written resumes at fair prices. If you're having a hard time with your resume, visit ResumeEdge- the perfect solution for jobseekers everywhere.

Top Three Types of Recruiting Interviews
Typically there are three types of interviews that recruiters use to screen job candidates. Though every recruiting interview is different, it is much easier to prepare if you know what to expect. Learn more about recruiting interviews here.

Alice In Corporate Wonderland
Alice in Corporate Wonderland is a fun and modern twist on Lewis Caroll’s enchanting tale, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Get the full book review here.

Book Review – Guide to Your Career
The Princeton Review publishes many useful guides. One of their best is Guide to Your Career. Featuring detailed information on over 240 professions, this book will prove to be an asset to anyone who is looking for a satisfying career. Get the full book review here.

Top Five Books for MBA Applicants
Preparing for business school is a huge event for any MBA applicant. There are currently many different books available to help make the experience easier. Here are the top five books for MBA applicants.

Credit Cards for Students – Three Things to Know
While you are a student, the only way to make ends meet may be through the use of a student credit card. However, before you indulge in the business or charging, there are three things that you should know about student credit cards.

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