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Re: "Best" admission consulting companies? [#permalink] New post 02 Aug 2012, 01:58
Having worked with many other consultants at this point, I'm very confident that there really isn't any comparison in the services provided by MyMBAAdmit and the other firms I worked with. Given the comments and edits you provided, it was clear that no amount of feedback could have brought MyMBAAdmit's services up to par. This is the risk one takes when hiring a consultant and prepaying.

Again, if anyone has any specific questions about the experience please feel free to get in touch.
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Re: "Best" admission consulting companies? [#permalink] New post 04 Aug 2012, 01:15
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Yeah, I would like to who is the best consultant for Indian and International students specifically the highly represented group?


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Re: "Best" admission consulting companies? [#permalink] New post 10 Aug 2012, 08:05
I noticed some weird things about Aringo reviews and MBAPrep school.

MBA Prep School - Even though all the reviews have been written by posters with multiple posts, just one of them mentions the school the person was admitted to. Isn't that weird?

Aringo - All of the reviews have been written by 1st time posters.

Are they really as good as they say?

Lastly, how reliable are these admission 411 essays.
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Re: "Best" admission consulting companies? [#permalink] New post 23 Aug 2012, 20:19
Hello! So I haven't actually bought a consulting package from a particular company, but I've just had 4 free consultation sessions and wanted to share my experience while it's still fresh in my mind.

1) Stacy Blackman: This was my very first session, so I wasn't particularly prepared for questions. The consultation was set up fairly quickly, and the consultant emailed me with time suggestions. After I had picked one for the same day, she asked me to end her my resume. I couldn't since I was at work, so I asked her if she wanted to reschedule. She said it was OK and that she would just ask me some questions about my job.

She called right on time! The questions she asked me were basically... when I graduated, gpa, major, UG school, and current position at work. She told me I was too young to be applying right now, and that based on my GPA (which is super low... from a state school), my to choices (Columbia and Stern Langone) were more than reaches. Basically, that I shouldn't even really be considering them. I was shocked at her bluntness, but very appreciative. She told me to wait 1-2 years to apply, and switch companies (to one that would give me a promotion), a lateral move. She didn't know much about Stern's PT program, but told me that one of the biggest benefits of that is that the class is filled with older individuals who have accomplished so much more in their career. Because I was so young, it might be even MORE difficult for me to get in. And then listed schools that were within my reach. I ended the call because I didn't have any more questions and she didn't either. It lasted about 21 minutes.

What I appreciated was her bluntness. It was a reality check, and based on that I decided to wait till next year to apply. But I really don't think she tried to get to know me, and what really bothered me was that she didn't give me ways to enhance my position. So I left this meeting really discouraged, and really sad.

2) Stratus Prep: The person I spoke with was a LOT more encouraging than the consultant from Stacy Blackman. He did call a bit late, I was about to start driving back home from work when he called and I pulled over to a parking spot lol. But it was <10 min. He told me that I needed to treat my GPA like a cancer cell- isolate it and make every other part of my app spectacular. I asked him about leadership suggestions, and he said that it really depends on my own assessment. Whatever volunteer leadership role I take should mesh will with the overall theme of my application- which makes sense. He gave me HOPE, that Columbia wasn't completely out of the question. He also told me a lot about the packaged programs, as well as their gmat programs, and stats.

This guy tried getting to know me a little bit more but I also felt like he was trying to market to me a lot too. I felt like he was a little too encouraging.. but maybe I'm just being overly sensitive. Oh, what I didn't like was that he didn't look at my resume beforehand because he was asking me questions that he would've known if he did. Where I worked, where I graduated from... it was all there. Something worth noting about their package is that you can get it very early and at no extra cost. For example, for someone like me wanting to apply for Fall 2014, I could get the package now and have my consultant work with me on revving up my resume.

3) Accepted: Holyyyy mofo could this lady talk. She gave me lots of advice, even advice on what to do after admission. She also told me to shoot for my dream school, but also apply to other schools within my league (and listed a bunch of them within my area). She was so down to earth, it was easy for me to connect with her. It was really a lot of repeated stuff from what the guy previous to her said. Nothing too new, and nothing I didn't know already from this forum :P Oh, and one thing to note is that this gal definitely looked at the resume I had sent her, even before my call with her (during our emails prior to the call).

4) MBA Prep School: The consultant I spoke to stood out from every other one I've spoken with from the VERY beginning. He didn't wait for me to talk, he basically took control of the conversation from the beginning which I thought was a LOT more productive. What were my long-term and short-term career goals? Where did I want to be post MBA? Why Columbia? Why Cornell? Was there any explanation to why my GPA was so low? Leadership outside of my sorority that I still do now? He had a comment about every one of my answers, and he gave me so much GOOD advice that no one else had ever mentioned. In this short amount of time, he tried to get to know me and tell me where I stood and what I would have to do to even be competitive. That, and he gave me examples of leadership I could do within my community. We went over the allotted time (which I did not do with anyone else) and I felt.. safe with him, if that makes ANY sense. I trusted in what he said, and I trusted that his company would be the best. I had that sense of relief, like FINALLY someone who really knows what they're talking about. And it's not just because of his charming accent :D

I have a few more consultations, and I will definitely update my post after I have them. But I don't think I'll be scheduling any more until next early next year. I don't feel like asking the same questions and hearing the same answers again. But for now, I think MBA Prep School is going to be really hard to beat. As of right now, I have my sights set on them!
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Re: "Best" admission consulting companies? [#permalink] New post 25 Aug 2012, 10:45
Has anyone on the forums actually USED StratusPrep?

They've been around for awhile but I've seen just a couple of reviews...nothing too specific either. Would love some input here.
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Re: "Best" admission consulting companies? [#permalink] New post 09 Sep 2012, 14:47
Hi Everyone,

I had read many a good reviews about Amerasia from last year and never a bad one, but I am starting to see quite a few negative reviews coming up on Gmatclub threads this year.

Can anyone who has hired Amerasia recently share their experience please? Might be really helpful!!
Especially to people (from India etc) for whom an admission consultant could be a huge investment!!
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Re: "Best" admission consulting companies? [#permalink] New post 09 Sep 2012, 23:39
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Hi Giusippe:
Thanks for reaching out.
I received your PM, complete with questions and request for materials, and will be following up with those individual items via PM.

I did have a question with respect to the nature of the reviews you reference below - as I am not sure this is the case. Additionally, in your PM to me you prefaced your requests for information/materials with "Have read a lot of good references about Amerasia on Gmatclub." So I am sure we can discuss that as well.
Looking forward to it ...
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Hi Everyone,

I had read many a good reviews about Amerasia from last year and never a bad one, but I am starting to see quite a few negative reviews coming up on Gmatclub threads this year.

Can anyone who has hired Amerasia recently share their experience please? Might be really helpful!!
Especially to people (from India etc) for whom an admission consultant could be a huge investment!!

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Re: "Best" admission consulting companies? [#permalink] New post 10 Sep 2012, 10:18
If anyone has tried vikram shah mba admission consulting, please share your experience.
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Re: "Best" admission consulting companies? [#permalink] New post 10 Sep 2012, 13:02
Hi Paul,

As I said in my post - "I had read many a good reviews about Amerasia from last year and never a bad one", I had looked through the posts last year and am convinced that Amerasia has been extremely good in putting aspirants into schools they aspired to. And hence my PM and my questions to you.

However I was going through this thread and came across some references- one on page 15 of this thread I think and another on some other page and it got me wondering 'how come?' and hence this post asking people to share their experiences.

If those references were anomalies, many more good references would prove that to be so, would they not?


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Hi Giusippe:
Thanks for reaching out.
I received your PM, complete with questions and request for materials, and will be following up with those individual items via PM.

I did have a question with respect to the nature of the reviews you reference below - as I am not sure this is the case. Additionally, in your PM to me you prefaced your requests for information/materials with "Have read a lot of good references about Amerasia on Gmatclub." So I am sure we can discuss that as well.
Looking forward to it ...
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Hi Everyone,
I had read many a good reviews about Amerasia from last year and never a bad one, but I am starting to see quite a few negative reviews coming up on Gmatclub threads this year.

Can anyone who has hired Amerasia recently share their experience please? Might be really helpful!!
Especially to people (from India etc) for whom an admission consultant could be a huge investment!!
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Re: "Best" admission consulting companies? [#permalink] New post 10 Sep 2012, 16:11
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Hi Giusippe:
I understand your concern and your question. I sent you a PM last night and we can go from there. Please respond via PM or email me at mba@amerasiaconsulting.com.
Respectfully,
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Hi Paul,

As I said in my post - "I had read many a good reviews about Amerasia from last year and never a bad one", I had looked through the posts last year and am convinced that Amerasia has been extremely good in putting aspirants into schools they aspired to. And hence my PM and my questions to you.

However I was going through this thread and came across some references- one on page 15 of this thread I think and another on some other page and it got me wondering 'how come?' and hence this post asking people to share their experiences.

If those references were anomalies, many more good references would prove that to be so, would they not?


PaulLanzillotti wrote:
Hi Giusippe:
Thanks for reaching out.
I received your PM, complete with questions and request for materials, and will be following up with those individual items via PM.

I did have a question with respect to the nature of the reviews you reference below - as I am not sure this is the case. Additionally, in your PM to me you prefaced your requests for information/materials with "Have read a lot of good references about Amerasia on Gmatclub." So I am sure we can discuss that as well.
Looking forward to it ...
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giusippe wrote:
Hi Everyone,
I had read many a good reviews about Amerasia from last year and never a bad one, but I am starting to see quite a few negative reviews coming up on Gmatclub threads this year.

Can anyone who has hired Amerasia recently share their experience please? Might be really helpful!!
Especially to people (from India etc) for whom an admission consultant could be a huge investment!!

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Re: "Best" admission consulting companies? [#permalink] New post 11 Sep 2012, 18:21
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Replied to your PM. Let me know!

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Re: "Best" admission consulting companies? [#permalink] New post 14 Sep 2012, 09:19
Hi..anybody has experience with ClearAdmit? Haven't seen any comments regarding that company in this thread..

I am personally working with them for one school package (super expensive $3500...) and unfortunately I dont think my consultant is giving me enough attention. We even omitted the deep brainstorming/outlining session about the essay (as stated in service agreement) and I was simply asked to start drafting right away. Right now I have drafts of half of the essays pretty much done (according to the consultant), but even my friend who have zero experience in MBA admission thought I should further polish them : (

I wonder anybody else has experience with this firm? Now as R1 deadline approaching, I am worried about the outcome. I dont know if I should solicit help from other consultants.

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Re: "Best" admission consulting companies? [#permalink] New post 14 Sep 2012, 10:21
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Hi..anybody has experience with ClearAdmit? Haven't seen any comments regarding that company in this thread..

I am personally working with them for one school package (super expensive $3500...) and unfortunately I dont think my consultant is giving me enough attention. We even omitted the deep brainstorming/outlining session about the essay and I was simply asked to start draft it. Right now I have drafts of one essay pretty much done (According to the consultant), but even my friend who have zero experience in MBA admission thought I should further polish the essay : (

I wonder anybody else has experience with this firm? Now as R1 deadline approaching, I am worried about the outcome. I dont know if I should solicit help from other consultants.



If you don't need essay strategy then why didn't you use the hourly service?
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Re: "Best" admission consulting companies? [#permalink] New post 14 Sep 2012, 10:39
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Hi..anybody has experience with ClearAdmit? Haven't seen any comments regarding that company in this thread..

I am personally working with them for one school package (super expensive $3500...) and unfortunately I dont think my consultant is giving me enough attention. We even omitted the deep brainstorming/outlining session about the essay and I was simply asked to start draft it. Right now I have drafts of one essay pretty much done (According to the consultant), but even my friend who have zero experience in MBA admission thought I should further polish the essay : (

I wonder anybody else has experience with this firm? Now as R1 deadline approaching, I am worried about the outcome. I dont know if I should solicit help from other consultants.



If you don't need essay strategy then why didn't you use the hourly service?



I need the essay strategy so that's why I purchased the whole school package - I dont even need service on school selection/GMAT PREP..

but we never got chance to brainstorming together about the essay, even though I requested a phone call to discuss the outline and the phone usually ends within like 10-15 min...with not much accomplished...I believe this shouldn't be the case of a deep essay brainstorming session.
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As the years pass, it seems like the application task becomes more and more difficult. Therefore, when I considered how to build the strongest application possible, I turned to Aringo. Very quickly I understood that I had made the right decision. The professionalism in advising, the ability to highlight the uniqueness of each candidate, and the unwillingness to compromise on the smallest details brought the longed for results. I was accepted to Wharton!
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Re: "Best" admission consulting companies? [#permalink] New post 21 Sep 2012, 08:30
Yeah, I actually used Stratus Prep for my applications. I went through all the different free consults also (Stacy Blackman, Sandy K, Clear Admit, etc.) Stratus stood out to me initially because I'd be working with their founder, Shawn, who was actually a graduate of HBS (my top stretch school). I'd heard about him from a friend of mine, and read a couple of articles he'd written about getting into HBS in Fortune and Forbes, and since that was my dream school, it seemed like the best bet. It was definitely a financial investment, but Shawn helped me come up with an incredible strategy for my app that I don't think I would have pieced together on my own, and really helped me differentiate myself in the applicant pool (white male in finance---just about the toughest demographic these days). He did numerous rounds of extensive edits and comments that made the difference. Also, my job in finance (when I was applying) was super stressful and I worked ~14hr days consistently, and Shawn was helpful with scheduling meetings early morning, late evenings and weekends and was really responsive via emai -- To me, that was huge bc I needed someone as invested in the process as I was. Oh and his interview prep was really helpful too. His mock interview was really challenging, but was good prep for the actual HBS Adcom, which was helpful because HBS was a super challenging interview. I'm getting started at HBS this semester, so everything worked out for me. I've recommended him to my friends too. We joke around and call him "the HBS Whisperer." Haha. Hope that helps.
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Re: "Best" admission consulting companies? [#permalink] New post 02 Oct 2012, 12:43
I'd love to interview some people about their experiences with different admissions companies. Good or bad. PM me if interested!
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Re: "Best" admission consulting companies? [#permalink] New post 03 Oct 2012, 15:29
I went with Betsy Massar at Master Admissions. Had a phenomenal experience working with her on a few essays over the past month. Prior to signing up, I talked to several popular consultants but just didn’t seem to click with them. At the last minute I saw a good review about Betsy on this forum and we hit it off right away during the free consultation phone call.

I’m a non-traditional applicant, but she was really able to turn the technical parts of my job and my personal and professional stories into great b-school that made for great anecdotes in the essays (and even brought out my sense of humor in them too). The essays really turned into multi-dimensional stories instead of an essay that went simply from point A to B.

I see that several reviews from folks who had issues with turnaround times for their essays with other consultants. Betsy promises to turn things around within 2 business days; however, it was almost always much, much faster. Although she is a fantastic writing coach, her true value came in pointing out what part of ‘my story’ was unique and relevant to writing these essays.

She offers a free 30-minute consultation and then together you design a package that fits your specific needs. I used her for my essays, but not resume or interview prep (though I may ask her to help with some interview prep in the future). We designed an hourly package, but I will say she is very generous with her time. When I had basic questions (all via email) she didn’t start the clock – only when editing essays. So the back and forth brainstorming and discussions were free (although they were invaluable to me).

Also, if you go with Master Admissions the only person you’ll work with is Betsy. I didn’t like how you didn’t quite know who you were going to work with if I had gone with another company. Check out her LinkedIn profile/resume for her resume. Harvard MBA, Goldman Sachs, lived in Hong Kong, Stanford writing coach, etc. Though I’m not sure how, she also seems to know key folks at a lot of the top tier schools. I’ll have to ask her about that.

We’ll see what schools I get into, but I’m very happy with where my essays are at.

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Re: "Best" admission consulting companies? [#permalink] New post 04 Oct 2012, 02:45
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I have been hearing lots of questions trying to figure out which consultants are the best. In my opinion there isn't any simple answer, but to help people make more informed decisions, I want to ask people who have USED consultant services to fill out this survey. Should take about 10 minutes! The focus is on what kind of client you are and whether they were the right fit.

Survey for Clients

In any event, share with friends so we can make this data really useful!


I took this survey and was extremely delighted to see the high quality questions, and the pleasing design. I dont know how useful the data will be coming out of this, especially as I didn't see checks in place that ensure only REAL people fill this survey (eg: email address should be mandatory, although not disclosed, alongwith gmatclub/beatthegmat username information). I know my suggestion doesn't completely eliminate fake posters, and may even eliminate some who are true clients, but there should be a mechanism to check for valid entries.

Nonetheless, kudos to your effort - very well done. I am in the process of writing an 'article' on my experiences with consultants. I will post that soon, especially as the next few weeks are much freer as we all wait for interview invites :) cheers!
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