Philadelphia is Pennsylvania’s largest city; it contains rich history like the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall (where the Declaration of Independence and Constitution were signed), as well as other American Revolutionary sites. Philadelphia has the 3rd largest concentration of students on the East Coast, with over 120,000 college and university students enrolled within the city and about 300,000 in the metropolitan area. The Philadelphia region contains over 80 colleges, universities, trade, and specialty schools. It is also home to the University of Pennsylvania, the oldest Ivy League institution in the country. Philadelphia also contains a few graduate business schools, like the The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, Drexel University's LeBow College of Business and the Temple University Fox School of Business and Management. Study with Manhattan Elite Prep's expert GMAT instructors will help you gain admissions into the MBA program of your choice!
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Wharton values professional experience and maturity in a candidate. Applicants can be denied simply on the basis of needing a few more years in the field. Candidates will need to make it clear to Wharton why the present is the right time to begin business school. The school sometimes advises applicants to gain additional relevant experience.
In the meantime, Wharton accepts existing MBA holders (including holders of online degrees), with no minimum work experience required. Wharton is also historically friendly to applicants from non-traditional backgrounds.
Overall, the school is looking for: self-awareness, integrity, good ethics, creativity, perseverance, solid communication skills, emotional intelligence, team spirit, and leadership potential. Additionally, it values an applicant's contributions made to school, community, and other personal initiatives.
Application essays should do a very good job of introducing the candidate. It is imperative to be very clear about past accomplishments and goals.
Wharton seeks to determine a candidate's innovative character on the basis of past achievements, work experiences, and stated goals; though the admissions committee does not necessarily assume that past achievements will lead to future ones.
Wharton looks for candidates who fit with their record of achievement in innovation, who display entrepreneurial spirits, and who are interested in new ideas, business models, and methods for the future. Feedback sessions are limited (some students denied) but all re-applicants are given equal consideration.
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Our Philadelphia GMAT instructor holds a Master's degree in Mathematics from DePauw University, Indiana. Since his graduation in 1986 he has remained an active tutor and instructor. He is also a freelance standardized-test item writer for Pearson Education and other publishers. He has taught math at three institutions in the USA including the rigorous Naval Academy Preparatory School (NAPS) in Newport, Rhode Island and the Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology in Boston. He has also taught IT and Math at preparatory schools in Argentina and USA. Despite his extensive math background Pablo is also a great verbal tutor and has a passion for literature. Our Philadelphia GMAT instructor was also CEO of the American Chamber of Commerce in Argentina for 4 years.
Our Philadelphia GMAT instructor graduated with a B.A in Philosophy from Princeton University. He scored scored a 740 on the GMAT exam achieving the 97th Percentile. For the GRE test, he scored a near perfect 333 on the GRE scoring in the 97th percentile on the Verbal and a 92nd percentile on the Math portion. He also earned his Graduate Certificate in Applied Statistics and his Certificate in Corporate Finance from Penn State University.
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