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Harvard Business School MBA Application Essay Tips 2013

By - Jun 21, 21:49 PM   Comments [0]

This year Harvard Business School has streamlined the essay process even further by limiting the usual batch of essays to one question. While one question for HBS makes coming up with topics somewhat easier (in prior years Harvard often asked applicants for three accomplishments) the...

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Harvard Business School Essay Change Stresses Applicants

By - Jun 21, 21:07 PM   Comments [0]

Harvard Business School recently announced major changes to its admissions requirements for the upcoming season that include posing applicants a single, optional, MBA essay question with no word count limit. From Bloomberg Businessweek to the  Financial Times to Poets & Quants, media reports covering the change...

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10% Off Savings for MBA, Grad, and Law School Applicants

By - Jun 19, 09:05 AM   Comments [0]

Need an incentive to jump-start your b-schoool, graduate school, or law school apps? No problem. We're offering 10% off all non-rush application services as part of our Early Bird Special. Our editors are standing by, waiting to help you with any and all aspects of the...

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Against the Odds: Indian MBA Applicants — Speak to Your Audience (In Their Language)

By - Jun 19, 08:50 AM   Comments [0]

What I wouldn’t give right now to munch on a plump gol gappa from a local street vendor, or to hop into a tuk tuk and take a ride to Khan Market, where I would order a mouthwatering Mutton Seekh Kabab romali roll from Khan...

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ISB Essay Questions Analysis 2013-14

By - Jun 18, 16:33 PM   Comments [0]

    ISB has changed its applications package for its PGP applicants for 2014 batch. Last year, ISB applicants had written 3 required essay questions (300 words each) and one video response question. This year’s applicants will submit 3 required questions (300 words each, but different prompts),...

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Researching B-Schools: The 3 Categories

By - Jun 18, 13:19 PM   Comments [0]

Based on your goals and qualifications, you can now intelligently choose schools. Look at specialty rankings (U.S. News, BusinessWeek) for a quick start but don’t rely on them blindly. Go thoroughly through school websites. Read student blogs. Talk to current students and recent alumni. Generate a...

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2014 MBA Applicants: Secure Your Spot!

By - Jun 17, 10:10 AM   Comments [0]

Which MBA program is best for you? Well, that depends…who are YOU? To choose the best MBA programs, you'll need to do some deep introspection and some thorough school research. You'll need to think about WHO you are, WHERE you are, and WHAT your destination...

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UNC Kenan-Flagler 2014 MBA Essay Tips and Deadlines

By - Jun 17, 09:20 AM   Comments [0]

Are you a team leader? Are you committed to sustainable enterprise? Are you seeking resources and intellectual capital needed to shape both business and government? Are you a motivated, goal-oriented, innovative individual? UNC Kenan-Flagler adcoms are interested in seeing your multidimensional personality traits and capabilities....

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Top 25 Companies to Work for Post-MBA

By - Jun 16, 09:30 AM   Comments [0]

Universum USA published new research on the most desirable MBA employers. The research was based on the opinions of 3,739 MBAs from 135 U.S. business schools. The Poets & Quants article, “Most Desirable MBA Employers of 2013,” offers a nice summary of the survey. Here we’ll...

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More Money for Students!

By - Jun 16, 08:25 AM   Comments [0]

The Dorm Room Fund (DRF), a student-run venture fund that invests in student-run startups, will be expanding its concept to Boston this fall. The VC fund already operates in Philadelphia, New York, and San Francisco. For a startup to be eligible for DRF funds, it must...

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