I took them with my cell phone because that was what I had with me.
At least, not according to the Graduate Management Admissions Council. Although, to analyze my own assertion, I should note the following unsupported assumptions: The GMAT in 2009 does not necessarily test in the same manner as it did in 1995. The scores may be scaled differently today. The test may not be a good measure
I have no idea where I’m going to be living after the road trip (speaking of which, several updates on the other blog since last time I mentioned it). A couple months to decide, o’ course, but figure it’d at least be worthwhile to have some criteria set up: Rents < $1,000 for a place
Haven’t talked about this much, but I’m getting ready to apply to Business PhD programs for admission in Fall of 2010. To that end, I have to take the GMAT again (turns out schools don’t accept 14-year-old scores) and since I figured I was going to have a hard time getting myself to study for
Just found out from my landlady that the house across the street (in front of which I park, if available) belongs to the beloved actor Robert Englund. Here’s hoping he doesn’t have me towed. That would be a true nightmare on *my* street (har). bkd
They’re not really scenes, I guess. Just photos. With a bunch of stuff in them because I haven’t really unpacked yet — still debating whether it makes sense to unpack, for one thing. The new living room. The place comes furnished, btw. It’s nice, eclectic stuff. The view out the front door. The boardwalk at
Or at least that’s my current operating theory. It was interesting to see how various people at work reacted to the news. Some surprised, some not so much. Me? Not surprised… Jadedly, bkd
Due to a specific and herewith unnamed set of circumstances, I’m moving (again) next weekend, this time to Laguna Beach. The new place is about a three-minute downhill walk to the beach and is close to downtown Laguna, where there’s supposedly a “scene” and “stuff to do”. Which may make it somewhat unlike Mission Viejo.
And what a richer world we’d live in if I ever did…: “Spam Trap Wisdom” — It’s sort of interesting what blog spammers are using now to try and break through. “Keys to a Successful Life” — This post is finished already. I’m going to publish it one day, but I’m not sure whether it’s
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