Posts Tagged ‘The MBA Application Process’

View How to Get Accepted in 2015 Free Video Now!

By - May 5, 08:00 AM   Comments [0]

Thanks to all of you who attended our webinar, Get Accepted in 2015: 7 Steps to a Successful MBA Application. Linda Abraham shared excellent tips on how to apply right and we had great feedback from y'all. Now it's time to review the webinar recording and...

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Specialized Master’s Degrees in Business Gain Popularity

By - Apr 30, 12:53 PM   Comments [0]

GMAC’s recent mba.com Prospective Students Survey reveals that even though MBA degrees still come in first as the most sought-after graduate business degree, close to half of prospective business graduate students are considering non-MBA business master’s programs, and one in five prospective students isn’t considering...

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Do You Know the 7 Steps to a Successful MBA Application?

By - Mar 26, 08:23 AM   Comments [0]

We’d like to remind you about tomorrow’s webinar, Get Accepted in 2015: 7 Steps to a Successful MBA Application, which will take place at 5 PM PT / 8 PM ET (that’s on Thursday the 27th). The webinar is a must for anyone planning on...

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Submitted your application? You’re not done yet!

By - Jan 7, 02:33 AM   Comments [0]

So, you've submitted your application and probably think that all hard work is done? think again! Here are some post-submission tips from Aringo that can help you complete the application process successfully: Thank your recommenders, who played an important role in your application. Continue researching the MBA programs,...

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The Tepper 2013-2014 Application

By - Jan 1, 19:00 PM   Comments [0]

From The Staff of MBA Admit.com MBA Admit.com: Proudly, one of the most affordable MBA admissions consulting companies. Visit MBA Admit.com for our current discounts! Email: mbaadmit@aol.com   The Tepper 2013-2014 Application Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University has made available its online application for the Class of 2016....

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The Best of 2013 at Accepted.com!

By - Jan 1, 13:18 PM   Comments [0]

5 Things Y'all Wanted to Learn More About in 2013: 1. Addressing MBA Application Weaknesses. Let's face it. Nobody is perfect. 2. The Accepted.com Team! And who can blame you. To know them is to love them we say (and our clients agree). 3. Writing about Goals in...

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Using Support Emails on the Application Process

By - Dec 29, 05:20 AM   Comments [0]

Support e-mails are short letters sent by an MBA student, alumnus or professor of a certain school to the admission committee of that school in order to support a candidate aplying to that school. Although they have relatively small impact on admission chances, good support...

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MBA Interview Tips

By - Dec 17, 11:18 AM   Comments [0]

As the application season progresses and round 1 deadlines are behind us, many MBA candidates are receiving interview invitations. Below are some Aringo tips for doing well on the MBA interviews. Following the initial screening of applicants, most leading business schools invite candidates to the "second...

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What Are My Chances? Adopted Vietnamese-American Teach for America Alum

By - Dec 10, 09:00 AM   Comments [0]

This blog post is one in a series of MBA applicant profile evaluations called “What are My Chances?” authored 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...

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Extra Recommendation Tips

By - Dec 9, 03:13 AM   Comments [0]

An extra recommendation is a recommendation letter submitted above and beyond the mandatory recommendations that the school requires. The bottom line: providing 1-2 extra recommendations could give you a tactical advantage in the admission process. Estimated level of impact on admission chances: 2 out of 5 (5...

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