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MBA Admissions Consulting — What It Is and Why You Need It

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Even supremely confident applicants with extensive experience in business at times feel lost during the application process.  “What exactly IS a personal statement?” you might wonder.  “Is there a right answer to this question, or it is just open-ended?  Should (…)

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The History of MBA Programs

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What does science have to do with management? Look at the definition of an MBA, and there’s your answer. The Master of Business Administration Degree originated in the late 1800s when corporations were looking for scientific foundations to business leadership. (…)

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Don’t Business Schools Know I’m BUSY?

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Applying for Business School is quite unlike applying for any other form of graduate education.  For most graduate programs, the applicants are interested in helping their career get somewhere.  For MBA applicants, they are applying BECAUSE their career is ALREADY (…)

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Waitlist & Reapplication Strategy

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Under both circumstances it is important to carefully consider which additional materials you want to submit to the admissions board. Visiting the school can be a great way to demonstrate your strong desire and show your dedication to attending if (…)

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Reapplying to Business School

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The decision to reapply to a school that has previously rejected your application should never be undertaken lightly. There is usually a reason (or a few) why you were not accepted or were not qualified for acceptance into their incoming (…)

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You’ve Been Rejected. Now What?!

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Remember how your teacher told you that if you believed in yourself, you would succeed? Well, obviously you’re old enough to realize that that’s nonsense! Rejection is a part of everyone’s life. The question is — what do you do (…)

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Waitlist Strategy

by Kyle on

Applying to MBA programs is an incredibly time and money intensive process, and it may seem like getting “waitlisted” is just as bad as receiving a death sentence. That’s not always the case, and having the right strategy is incredibly (…)

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Visiting B-Schools In Person: Two Case Studies

by Kyle on

The MBA Admissions process can be pretty exhausting. Once you have taken the GMAT and sent in your applications, you may be ready to take a huge sigh of relief, kick back, and watch your mailbox, but not so fast! (…)

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The MBA Interview

by Heather on

Feeling apprehensive about your MBA interview?  Here are some quick tips to provide insight and alleviate anxiety about what to say and how to say it. Who’s interviewing you and for how long?  Keep in mind that more than likely, (…)

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Rejection and Reapplication

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Rejection letters are common. Top business schools are competitive and as more applications are submitted, more rejection letters are sent out. If you are among those who are rejected don’t worry, you still have the opportunity to reapply. It is (…)

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