With the end of one year and the start of a new one, people often take stock of what they’ve done and what they could have done. We at Bell Curves are no different, and one thing we are very pleased to have done this past year is visit many organizations and institutions to help their students understand how to prepare for standardized tests. The organizations and institutions we work with share our mission of increasing diversity in higher education, and we’re always thrilled when they invite us to speak with their members or students. This past year we made a whirlwind tour of colleges, universities, and organizations and helped a vast array of students, from undergrads to potential PhDs, understand how to
prepare for the GMAT, GRE, and LSAT. We’ve proudly worked with a diverse spectrum of partners and hopefully helped hundreds of students. We presented at the NABA Annual Southern Region Student Conference, the PhD Pipeline Opportunity Program Summer Institute, the HBCU Business Deans Roundtable, the Jackie Robinson Foundation Mentoring and Leadership Conference, and the ML4T Kick-off,
among others. We also had the pleasure of visiting Duke University, Simmons College, Prairie View A&M University, Morehouse College, Georgia Southern University, and a number of other fine institutions. We even hosted an event with MBA Diversity Prep and OSU’s Fisher College of Business, and conducted webinars and workshops for The Consortium, ALFPA, the NBMBAA, and the PhD Project. We thought we should, in the spirit of the holidays, share one of our recent workshops that was recorded. We’ve embedded the link below so you can learn more about the GMAT and get a jump start on your preparation.
A special thanks to Georgia Southern University, who invited us to campus for this particular workshop, recorded the session, and were kind enough to share it with us. We’re thankful this holiday season for all the fine people and organizations we work with day in and day out to make higher education a more diverse environment. As we look toward the new year, we hope to continue building the relationships we have with our partner organizations, and begin working with an even wider array of organizations and institutions committed to diversity in higher education. We’d like to wish everyone a happy and prosperous 2014!