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Can't fly around the US visting; best way to get a feel?

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Can't fly around the US visting; best way to get a feel? [#permalink] New post 03 Jan 2013, 00:11
After needing to work for years and paying my own way through my undergrad program (which I just graduated in the spring), there is no way I can afford to fly around the country and visit campuses. I have a job to keep and bills to pay; no one helps me out financially.

With this in mind, how can I best get a real feel for each of the schools I am considering?
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Re: Can't fly around the US visting; best way to get a feel? [#permalink] New post 03 Jan 2013, 19:46
hitman5532 wrote:
After needing to work for years and paying my own way through my undergrad program (which I just graduated in the spring), there is no way I can afford to fly around the country and visit campuses. I have a job to keep and bills to pay; no one helps me out financially.

With this in mind, how can I best get a real feel for each of the schools I am considering?

Here are some resources that come to mind: Poets and Quants, schools' websites, information sessions, alumni, current students, and the myriad of books available (Your MBA Game Plan is one that has a brief summary of each of the top 30 programs).
Re: Can't fly around the US visting; best way to get a feel?   [#permalink] 03 Jan 2013, 19:46
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