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Best MBA books to buy [#permalink] New post 12 Dec 2006, 12:35
Hi all,

I'm about to start filling out applications for the top two MBA programs in Europe - Insead and LBS. I am wondering which books I should buy as a guide to filling in applications [e.g. essay advice, recommendations advice, CV advice, etc].

I want to buy 2 books.

Do European schools assess essays different. Are essays for European schools more conservative comapared to US schools. I know from friends that H/W/S want up very beat essays, etc.

Thansk for your help
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 [#permalink] New post 12 Dec 2006, 14:03
I'd suggest Paul Bodine's book.
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I agree with Rhyme. I also just picked up "How to Get Into the Top MBA Programs" which seems promising.
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 [#permalink] New post 12 Dec 2006, 16:46
jsnooky33 wrote:
I agree with Rhyme. I also just picked up "How to Get Into the Top MBA Programs" which seems promising.


By Richard Montauk? Yes, that is very good book IMO with material covering from the time you start thinking about MBA degree to your first class.
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Re: Best MBA books to buy [#permalink] New post 12 Dec 2006, 17:38
GMAT? wrote:
Hi all,

I'm about to start filling out applications for the top two MBA programs in Europe - Insead and LBS. I am wondering which books I should buy as a guide to filling in applications [e.g. essay advice, recommendations advice, CV advice, etc].

I want to buy 2 books.

Do European schools assess essays different. Are essays for European schools more conservative comapared to US schools. I know from friends that H/W/S want up very beat essays, etc.

Thansk for your help


I suggest books by Richard Montauk and Paul Bodine
Re: Best MBA books to buy   [#permalink] 12 Dec 2006, 17:38
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