MBA Math featured in podcast: Guide to Successful First Year
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MBAready quantitative and spreadsheet skills?
With MBA Math, you spend 20 to 40 hours, working online, according to your own schedule, to build a solid base of MBA skills in finance, accounting, microeconomics, statistics, and spreadsheets.
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MBA TEACHING
 MBA Math Teaching... Prof. Regan teaches the live MBA Math course at Dartmouth (Tuck) and Cornell (Johnson) in August.
 MBA Core and Elective Teaching... Prof. Regan teaches elective Professional Decision Modeling at Dartmouth (Tuck) during spring term. During fall term he taught elective Models for Strategic Planning at INSEAD after four years of teaching Executive MBA core Decision Models at Duke (Fuqua).
STUDENT Testimonials
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"I feel far more confident entering such a quantheavy program after having worked my way through the MBA Math course. It is excellent, and entirely understandable even to someone who had not seen many of the concepts presented since high school."
Joshua I., Chicago (Booth) 
"MBA Math was the cornerstone of my independent preparations for a number of reasons. For me, I found it to be the best way to become familiar with unfamiliar terminology early on, the best introduction to the process of solving problems in Excel, and perhaps most importantly, a painless and efficient way to learn the essentials."
Peter P., Harvard (HBS) 
"Working through the material on my own allowed me to put extra emphasis on unfamiliar material. The course topics were clearly outlined and the lectures and exercises gave a nice overview of the content I encountered in greater depth when the academic year began."
Andrew T., Penn (Wharton) 
"As a part of the admission process, I was encouraged by the Admission Committee to take the MBA Math online course to demonstrate my quantitative latitude and to prepare for the rigorous quantitative courses."
R'kes S., Northwestern EMBA (Kellogg) 
"The flexibility of the MBAMath.com tools and exercises allowed me to pace myself and served my needs in all the coverage areas that I needed to refine, having been out of school for some time. I highly recommend this to all prospective MBAs."
Edmund A., MIT (Sloan) 
"MBA Math was instrumental in positioning me for success at business school and helping reduce a lot of the first semester anxieties that are common to first year students."
Hugo L., Toronto (Rotman) 
"Having all of my information housed in a central location and having my progress tracked in a central hub allowed me to travel to other countries during my summer without interrupting my studies."
Tumi A., Dartmouth (Tuck) 
"MBA Math gave me a structured, goatyourownpace outlet for me to prepare for the first semester of business school. The early preparation not only allowed me to avoid getting lost but also enabled me to understand and enjoy more of what was being taught."
Michael C., UCLA (Anderson) 
"MBA Math allows me to study and practice when I can between work and family obligations and I find that most of my work is done in 30 to 60 minute sessions. It’s easy to pop in and practice with just a few minutes time. In fact, most of my study time has been while I travel, from various hotel rooms."
Rick B., Duke EMBA (Fuqua) 
"As an MBA student with a nonbusiness background, I found MBA Math to be particularly helpful. The lessons gave me a comprehensive overview of the quantitative work that would be performed during the core curriculum of the program."
Jessica G., Washington St. Louis (Olin) 
"Once your orientation begins, prepare to be overwelmed. MBA Math helped me to get the fundamentals down, which were vital to my success. I stand behind MBA Math, and encourage you to try it."
Michael S., Notre Dame (Mendoza) 
"As someone who hadn’t solved a math problem since high school I owe my admission to the Tuck Class of 2009 to MBA Math. During the admission process I relied on MBA Math as an additional indicator of my quantitative abilities."
Anne T., Dartmouth (Tuck)
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