Posts Tagged ‘Admissions Consulting’

Introducing Our Newest Accepted Consultant…Philippe Barr

By - Aug 3, 15:22 PM   Comments [0]

We are excited to introduce you to Dr. Philippe Barr, our new MBA and graduate school admissions consultant! Philippe has worked for over ten years in higher education, serving as Assistant Professor of French and Francophone Studies at UNC Chapel Hill and as Assistant Director...

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Welcoming Keith Vaughn to the Accepted Family

By - Aug 2, 11:15 AM   Comments [0]

We’d like to warmly welcome Keith Vaughn, one of our new MBA admissions experts and consultants. Keith brings with him to the Accepted table 20 years of experience in MBA admissions, including seven years as Assistant Dean of Admissions at USC Marshall School of Business....

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What Applicants Should Not Do in 2016: A Poem

By - Dec 29, 12:46 PM   Comments [0]

'Twas the night before deadlines, and all through the world, Our consultants sat cramming, coffee brewing, brows furled; Though the essays were written with effort and care, There were still a few things that were cause for despair! The clichés! Oh, forsake! Terrible, were they – That all our consultants...

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Wednesday’s MBA Essay Editing Webinar Details Below

By - Dec 15, 00:49 AM   Comments [0]

This is your last reminder! 3 Hacks to Transform Your MBA Application will air on Wednesday the 16th at 10:00 AM Pacific Time/1:00 PM Eastern Time. If you haven’t registered yet, please make sure that you do NOW or you’ll miss the boat on this important webinar...

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3 Essential Components of a Personal Statement

By - Dec 7, 01:53 AM   Comments [0]

While listening to a podcast, I started thinking about the essential components of a strong personal statement, statement of purpose, or MBA goals essay. Basically, the adcoms want a map of where you’ve been, where you are, and where you’re going for the statement of...

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Welcome to the Team Adam Nathan!

By - Dec 7, 01:37 AM   Comments [0]

A friendly handshake goes out to our newest team member, Adam Nathan! Adam is a Harvard Business School 2+2 participant, Baker Scholar at HBS, and Duke University graduate. He worked with the Duke and HBS admissions offices while a student at these programs, gaining significant...

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Free Editing Hacks to Transform Your MBA Essay [& Get You Accepted!]

By - Dec 3, 13:48 PM   Comments [0]

Sure you need good content in your MBA essay, but you also need your essay to look good, read well, and have a logical and coherent structure. Linda, a renowned MBA admissions expert, knows what works and what doesn’t work when editing successful MBA essays –...

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What Are My Chances? 24 Year Old Indian Investment Research Analyst

By - Dec 1, 12:49 PM   Comments [0]

This blog post is part of a series of MBA profile evaluations called “What are My Chances?”  by Michelle Stockman. Michelle, who started consulting for Accepted in 2007 and worked previously in the Columbia Business School admissions office, will provide selected applicants with school recommendation...

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A Warm Welcome to Consultant Karin Ash!

By - Dec 1, 02:30 AM   Comments [0]

Accepted is pleased to introduce Karin Ash, the newest addition to our team. Karin has gained invaluable experience working with students with varied majors and from universities spread across the country. With previous experience working as the Director of Career Services for prestigious universities (including...

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How to (Actually) Differentiate Yourself on your MBA Applications

By - Nov 24, 18:09 PM   Comments [0]

By Adam Hoff, Amerasia Consulting Group Time to break out an annual PSA here.  I'm talking all alarms ringing, sirens, whatever it takes to get your attention.  By "you" I mean: anyone applying to business school.  You need to stop doing something immediately.  Here it is: STOP...

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