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5 Tips for Getting into Business School

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You will be more likely to succeed in gaining acceptance to the business school of your choice if you take these 5 tips into consideration. 1: Honesty In your application, you will be asked questions about personal motivation and what (…)

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The Best HR Masters Programs

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So, you want to pursue a graduate degree in Human Resources but you’re torn between the two approaches that have been advised to you. Some say your best bet is getting an MBA. Others insist an HR Masters would be (…)

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You’ve Been Wait-listed. Now What?

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Getting wait-listed can be frustrating, especially when you’ve been wait-listed at one of your top choices. Don’t be discouraged though, as many candidates are denied admission outright. Even though you haven’t been accepted yet, getting wait-listed is still an accomplishment. (…)

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Step-by-Step Guide to an MBA (Part 2)

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Step 4: Application Components Although there are many components to an application, the following are common concerns for applicants and admissions committee members. ·  Essay. Tell your story honestly and with humanity while always answering the question. Describe your teamwork (…)

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Step-by-Step Guide to an MBA (Part 1)

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Getting into business school and achieving your post-grad goals is a multi-step process. This process involves not only a conscious self-assessment, but also the ability to understand the strengths and weaknesses of a particular school. Below is a step-by-step guide (…)

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Negotiating and Decision Making (Part 2)

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Problem Solving When you are researching, you will have to find out ways to solve the other side’s problem as well as your own. This includes the values and outcomes they are looking for. It is also helpful to discover (…)

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Negotiating and Decision Making (Part 1)

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Understanding the Elements When engaging yourself in a negotiation, it is important to know your scenario and playing field ahead of time. Each scenario is composed of various elements. These elements are explained below. Time – The pressure created by time (…)

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Getting Promoted: The Do’s & Don’ts

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Many professionals seek to achieve a higher standard in the workplace. They put in long hours, reply promptly to emails, and overall help to create a good product, but sometimes this still isn’t enough to get promoted or receive a (…)

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Networking Your Way to the Perfect Job

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As the economy continues to slowly lurch its way out of the recent recession, the growth of available positions remains stagnant across many fields of employment.  It appears to be as challenging as ever for recent graduates and professionals yearning (…)

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Three Tips for Business Success – Working with Clients

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Apple Secrets Leaked  In the glimmering, silver meccas of technology that are Apple Retail Stores, the Mac Geniuses reign supreme.  For their illustrious technical skills and abilities to save crashed hard drives and un-freeze Iphones, these computer geeks are sought (…)

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Manhattan Elite Prep is a multi-national test prep, Graduate School, Law School, College Admission Advisors, and a Career Training provider with a focus on the GMAT, MBA, TOEFL, GRE, LSAT, SAT/ACT, MCAT.
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