Beat The Gmat Scholarship Winners Essay

Beat The GMAT (BTG), the world’s largest social network for MBA applicants, is now accepting applications for its seventh annual Beat The GMAT Scholarship Competition. This year, BTG will award scholarship packages for six winners, valued at more than $11,000. Each of the winners will receive one GMAT prep course, an admissions consulting package and a $250 GMAT voucher. BTG will accept applications until Monday night, April 23rd, and winners will be announced on April 30th.

“Giving back to the community is an important part of our mission,” says Eric Bahn, Founder of Beat The GMAT. “We believe that our annual scholarship is an important initiative to help talented individuals achieve their dreams of going to an amazing business school.”

Since 2006, Beat The GMAT has been able to distribute $193,000 in scholarships to MBA applicants.

The following companies made generous donations to make these prizes possible: Admit Advantage, Clear Admit, Kaplan, Knewton, Manhattan GMAT, Master GMAT, MBA Admit, mbaMission, Precision Essay, The Princeton Review, and Veritas Prep. For a full list of prizes, click here.

To learn more and to apply for a scholarship, please visit: http://www.beatthegmat.com/mba/scholarship

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The Beat The GMAT Scholarship competition is one of the largest international scholarship programs for GMAT test takers.  To date, we have distributed $85,896 in scholarships to 47 people through this annual competition.  Beat The GMAT has provided nearly $200K to its members in its combined scholarship programs.

Here’s our distinguished roster of past winners:

2012 Beat The GMAT Scholarship Competition

  1. Anne Kasitaza
  2. Godswille Onuge Eke
  3. Sunny Webb
  4. Linh Thuy Nga Nguyen
  5. Sunil Varun
  6. Benjamin Gordon

2011 Beat The GMAT Scholarship Competition

  1. Stephanie Puentes – Sacramento, CA, USA
  2. Jekaterina Gaplevskaja – Crawley, Australia
  3. Bhavin Padhiar – San Carlos, CA, USA
  4. Margaret Mutheu Mutua – Nairobi, Kenya
  5. Rohit Saxena – India
  6. Samuel Mwangi – Nairobi, Kenya
  7. Courtney Biggs – Honolulu, HI, USA

2010 Beat The GMAT Scholarship Competition

  1. Uyen Hoang – Pomona, California, USA
  2. Michael Sable – Arlington, Virginia, USA
  3. K. Shyamala Soundari – Chennai, India
  4. Iliana Estevez – Washington, D.C., USA
  5. Rhonda Lee Hunter – Pleasant View, Tennessee, USA
  6. Mark W. Herman – Bluffton, South Carolina, USA

2009 Beat The GMAT Scholarship Competition

  1. Ganesh Kumar – Princeton, New Jersey, USA
  2. Emmanuel Situma – Bloomington, Minnesota, USA
  3. Bernard Von Gizycki – Astoria, New York, USA
  4. Shelby Morrison – Peabody, Massachusetts, USA
  5. Wittaya Reanchaipitak – Bangkok, Thailand

2008 Beat The GMAT Scholarship Competition – Fall

  1. Katie Brennan – Brooklyn, New York, USA
  2. Angela Lee – Washington, D.C., USA
  3. Alexander Stoma – Yugorsk, Russia
  4. Lis Yuan – Bellevue, Washington, USA
  5. Janinne Martinez – San Diego, California, USA

2007 Beat The GMAT Scholarship Competition

  1. Fernando Cesar Menezes Assuncao – Cruzeiro, Brazil
  2. Rajen Patel – Iselin, New Jersey, USA
  3. Danielle Lyn Iskrzak – Poughkeepsie, New York, USA
  4. Jessica Berg – New York, New York, USA
  5. Matthew Coakley – Bristow, Virginia, USA

2006 Beat The GMAT Scholarship Competition

  • Elise Tran – Stanford, California, USA
  • Mriaz – USA

2006 Beat The GMAT Mini Scholarships

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