Posts Tagged ‘Admissions Consulting’

Stanford GSB MBA Applicant? Watch this!

By - Sep 15, 12:20 PM   Comments [0]

Accepted's very own Linda Abraham was the guest on a recent MBA Podcaster segment on getting into Stanford Graduate School of Business. The video focuses on how to effectively answer Stanford's essay questions and how to land winning letters of recommendation. As Linda points out, some...

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Is the MBA Oath enough?

By - Aug 31, 11:31 AM   Comments [0]

A recent Wall Street Journal article asks: Is taking the MBA Oath enough to keep more than 100,000 new MBA students from turning into corrupt businessmen, like many of their predecessors have become? The WSJ article, titled "Promises Aren't Enough: Business Schools Need to Do a...

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Graduate School Admission Expert Shares What College Students and Graduates Need to Know About Graduate School Admissions on #CollegeChat

By - Aug 31, 09:09 AM   Comments [0]

Linda Abraham to discuss what college students and graduates need to know about applying for graduate school September 7, 2010 at 6 pm Pacific/ 9 pm Eastern on #CollegeChat Los Angeles, CA, September 1, 2010—Linda Abraham, a graduate school admissions expert and president of, will...

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Free Haas Q&A with Associate Admissions Director, Stephanie Fujii — TODAY!

By - Aug 25, 03:12 AM   Comments [0]

Are you thinking about applying to UC Berkeley Haas? Do you have questions about admissions that you need answered? Would you like to benefit from insider information on Haas admissions? If so, then you won't want to miss Accepted's Q&A with Stephanie Fujii, Haas' Senior Associate...

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7 Fatal Resume Flaws to Avoid

By - Aug 24, 03:13 AM   Comments [1]

The MBA Resume: Done right, this one-page list of accomplishments can woo the adcoms towards acceptance; done wrong, a resume could be your ticket to ding-hood. The following 7 fatal resume flaws have been derived from a recent Businessweek article, Applying to B-School? Resume Perils to...

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Reminder: Free MBA Career-Changers Webinar Tomorrow!

By - Aug 17, 11:59 AM   Comments [0]

Attention all career-changers: Tomorrow Linda Abraham, founder and president, will present an informative webinar that will guide individuals attempting to use the MBA to change career paths through the b-school application process. The webinar, MBA Catalyst for Career Change, will cover must-know material including the...

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Free Webinar for Career Changers Applying to B-School

By - Aug 14, 22:58 PM   Comments [0]

Are you considering changing careers? Does your dream job require certain skills and experiences that only an MBA will provide for you? Sign up for Accepted's upcoming webinar, MBA Catalyst for Career Change, to get the advice you need to apply to b-school successfully as a...

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Save 20% on August’s Featured Ebook that Illuminates the Art of the LOR

By - Aug 9, 09:32 AM   Comments [0]

Here's what you may be thinking: Since someone else will be writing your letters of recommendation, you probably don't have to put much thought into that part of your b-school application, right? WRONG! While the actual writing of your letters of recommendation (LORs) may be beyond...

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Learn how to create a winning audio or video application clip

By - Aug 8, 00:00 AM   Comments [0]

You're a creative, innovative person, and you want that to reflect in your grad school, b-school, or college application. You want to create an audio or video application clip, but aren't quite sure how to begin. In a day and age where these clips have...

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MBA Admissions Consultants: Thoughts on thoughts

By - Jul 30, 00:31 AM   Comments [0]

I have been thinking for several weeks that it is time for me to write a post about MBA admissions consulting. I have seen blog and forum posts heatedly discussing the pros and cons of admissions consulting and what makes a good consultant.  I admit...

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