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The Best Thing You’ll do This Week for Your MBA Plans Only Takes an Hour

By - Mar 21, 16:55 PM   Comments [0]

If you do one thing this week to advance your MBA candidacy, make it this: join us for 7 Steps to MBA Acceptance in 2018! With Accepted’s Founder Linda Abraham as your guide, you’ll learn concrete, action-based steps you can take this spring that will...

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Applicants Should Connect with Alumni, Says UCLA Anderson Dean

By - Mar 21, 12:53 PM   Comments [0]

One of the most valuable aspects of attending a top-ranked MBA program is the amazing network you cultivate during those two years. The MBA Insiders Blog at UCLA Anderson School of Management has just published a helpful article noting how your interactions with the alumni of your...

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A Lesson at the Beginning of 1L

By - Mar 21, 08:18 AM   Comments [0]

About a week into my first year of law school, I was sitting in the library preparing for contracts class. I opened my casebook and got to it. The assignment was very short: two cases, heavily abridged, totaling only five pages with notes. Reading cases,...

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A Lesson at the Beginning of 1L

By - Mar 21, 08:18 AM   Comments [0]

About a week into my first year of law school, I was sitting in the library preparing for contracts class. I opened my casebook and got to it. The assignment was very short: two cases, heavily abridged, totaling only five pages with notes. Reading cases,...

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Peccadillo – A Sin or a Good Deed?

By - Mar 21, 08:18 AM   Comments [0]

Reading a personal statement recently, my eyebrows raised while reading the second sentence. The applicant used the word “peccadillo,” a word I hate to admit I didn’t know how to define. Encountering such an uncommon word, and one that was unfamiliar to me, led to...

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One Easy Way to Personalize your MBA Essay Content

By - Mar 21, 02:36 AM   Comments [0]

By Adam Hoff, Amerasia Consulting Group This is a post I write basically every year because it comes from what I'm seeing each round, every day, on basically every application.  That drum beat is really rigid, hard-to-read Why School X sections on essays.  I give the...

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How to Handle a “Bird in Hand” MBA Dilemma

By - Mar 20, 08:49 AM   Comments [0]

Did you give it your all this application season and end up with mixed results? By mixed results we mean that you were dinged by your dream school (or schools), but still got in to one or more other great programs. If that’s the case...

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Monday MBA Resource: Knowledge@Wharton Podcast

By - Mar 20, 04:42 AM   Comments [0]

By Adam Hoff, Amerasia Consulting Group Time for another Monday MBA Resource, where we share the things we are reading, watching, and listening to that might be helpful to people in the MBA community. Some are more focused on applicants, others are better for students, some for...

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Acing the GMAT: The 4-Step Plan

By - Mar 20, 04:15 AM   Comments [0]

Folks, there is so much info out there about how to prepare for the GMAT. Here at Admissionado, we like to keep it simple… because it is! Here are four commonsense tips for planning your GMAT preparation. Get started early. Study lots. Diversify your study methods. Test early. 1. Get started...

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What Stanford Wants – A Moral Compass

By - Mar 20, 01:24 AM   Comments [0]

By Paul Lanzillotti, Amerasia Consulting Group If you read the latest editions of our “How to Apply to Harvard Business School” and "How to Apply to Stanford GSB" guides, you already know that cultivating a real reason for applying to an elite MBA goes week beyond the school's name, rank,...

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