Posts Tagged ‘admission consultants’

Welcome to the Accepted Family, Dr. Shirley Chan!

By - Oct 30, 06:00 AM   Comments [0]

The team at Accepted is pleased to welcome Dr. Shirley Chan as a new consultant. Dr. Chan has a Masters of Education and a Doctor of Education from the University of Southern California. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of...

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ADD SOME SHINE TO THAT GLOWING RECOMMENDATION LETTER!

By - Aug 25, 10:28 AM   Comments [0]

  Round one (1) applications are just around the corner. By now you should have had a conversation, or two, with your recommenders about your professional and academic goals. They should have also agreed to support your business school application(s). It is common to feel a nervousness...

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Welcome to the Team, Libby Angst

By - Aug 17, 06:30 AM   Comments [0]

We’re happy to welcome Libby Angst to the Accepted team! Libby worked in the Kellogg Admissions Office, where she learned how to assess MBA applications and find the traits that top schools are looking for in their students. She evaluated all parts of the MBA app...

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Can a Grad Consultant Help You Succeed?

By - Sep 14, 06:30 AM   Comments [0]

Whatever your field and interests, when you’re applying for a masters or PhD, the process can be challenging. Top masters programs in competitive fields are extremely selective – and PhD programs might accept as few as two to three people in a given specialty. Your...

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Welcome to the Team: Willie Kotas

By - Dec 4, 12:04 PM   Comments [0]

We’re excited to welcome Willie Kotas to our staff. A Kellogg MBA and Kellogg’s 2011 Alumni Volunteer of the Year, Willie has over 20 years of marketing experience and a deep understanding of the MBA admissions process.  He also represented Kellogg in Latin America for...

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What Adcoms and Admissions Consultants Share

By - Sep 20, 14:24 PM   Comments [0]

While going through security at the airport recently, I had a TSA agent examining my ID suddenly... said, “I know you. You’re Linda Abraham from Accepted!” Surprised, I replied, “You’re right. How did you know?” Accepted is not on my ID. “I’ve attended your webinars.” Why should I...

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Introducing Our Newest Accepted Consultant…Philippe Barr

By - Aug 3, 15:22 PM   Comments [0]

We are excited to introduce you to Dr. Philippe Barr, our new MBA and graduate school admissions consultant! Philippe has worked for over ten years in higher education, serving as Assistant Professor of French and Francophone Studies at UNC Chapel Hill and as Assistant Director...

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Welcoming Keith Vaughn to the Accepted Family

By - Aug 2, 11:15 AM   Comments [0]

We’d like to warmly welcome Keith Vaughn, one of our new MBA admissions experts and consultants. Keith brings with him to the Accepted table 20 years of experience in MBA admissions, including seven years as Assistant Dean of Admissions at USC Marshall School of Business....

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A Warm Welcome to Consultant Karin Ash!

By - Dec 1, 02:30 AM   Comments [0]

Accepted is pleased to introduce Karin Ash, the newest addition to our team. Karin has gained invaluable experience working with students with varied majors and from universities spread across the country. With previous experience working as the Director of Career Services for prestigious universities (including...

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Approaching The Diversity Essay Question

By - Jun 25, 11:38 AM   Comments [0]

Many applications now have a question, sometimes optional, geared to encouraging people with minority backgrounds or unusual educational or family histories to write about their background.  If you are an immigrant to the US, the child of immigrants or someone whose ethnicity is a minority...

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