Are You Ready to Apply to Chicago Booth?

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It’s time to get serious about your MBA application plans. Will you be at your top-choice school next fall? Or will you be wishing you’d worked harder on your applications…and preparing for another attempt?

Applying to an elite program like Chicago Booth — which is one of the few programs that saw an increase in application volume last year — requires thoughtful preparation. You need to show that you’re a great fit, and that you stand out in a crowded applicant pool.

To help you do all that, we’ve created a webinar, Get Accepted to Chicago Booth, in which Accepted’s founder and president, Linda Abraham, will walk you through each piece of the Chicago Booth MBA application and give you the keys to application success. You’ll learn a proven four-part strategy for approaching your application, and by the end of the webinar, you’ll fully understand what the adcom is really looking for. All in one hour — and it’s free! We’re offering it twice on Thursday, October 24, first at 10am PT/1pm ET and again at 5pm PT/8pm ET.

Don’t miss Get Accepted to Chicago Booth – reserve your spot today.

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This article originally appeared on blog.accepted.com.

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