Harvard has released their essays
. Columbia did, too. And Stanford. And with each passing day, more and more schools are going to follow suit. If that’s not a sign that 2013 MBA application season is upon us, gosh, I don’t know what is.
So… I guess it’s time to start really thinking about those apps, eh? Like, really thinking about ‘em. Not in a, “I’m going to apply next year” sorta way, but more of a, “I need to come up with a plan and start piecing it all together” fashion.
You’ve got time, that’s for sure, but it’s your job to use that time wisely. Do you need to sit down and start writing those essays yet? Maybe not (although we’ve already got some very eager and ambitious applicants whipping up their first drafts for HBS!); but you should start coming up with a plan for success.
So let’s do that together.
First thing’s first, let’s figure out all the pitfalls and blunders you should avoid at all costs when crafting those MBA applications. There are a lot of ‘em, and one wrong step can leave your application dead on arrival. More than one mistake? Well, as we say around here at Admissionado
HQ, ‘that’s no gooda.’
So we’re gonna nip ‘em all in the bud early. Join us on June 26th for our GMAT CLUB EXCLUSIVE webinar: The 10 Biggest Application Mistakes
. Jon Frank, Admissionado
CEO and HBS MBA, is gonna break ‘em all down for ya, and show you how to make ‘em right.
Jon’s seen over 12,000 MBA applications in his time, and he has unique insight into what works and what doesn’t. He’ll share it all with you in this one-hour webinar, and even open up the floor for some Q&A at the end.The class is free for GMAT Club members and space is limited, so register now!
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