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Advice from YALE MBA 2nd Year Students

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We are a team of 6 students in second year MBA at Yale School of Management and starting a non-profit business to help undergrads and aspiring MBA students with their applications.

This venture is a limited-time, 24 hour-only fundraiser and all proceeds will be donated to the Arthritis Foundation.

Make your dream come true!
Considering an MBA and need coaching to get started? Need someone who's been through it to review your letter of application or your essay? Or just want to chat with other students and donate to a great cause?

We work by pair so you will get an objective view of your work, and maximize your chances to get into the program you want.

The service will take place this weekend - from Saturday mid-day till Sunday mid-day. Slots are only available at these times so get them fast!!!

Rates - we can provide you with a receipt for the charity donation if needed:
- Review letter OR essay + 30 minute call: $60 (send your document at least 1 hour prior to the call)
- Review letter AND essay + 1 hour call: $100 (send your document at least 1 hour prior to the call)
- Coaching session/Mock Interview - 30 minute call: $30
- Coaching session/Mock Interview - 1 hour call: $50
- 10 minute Q&A: $10

Contact us to schedule your session and check our references.
Note that we do not offer GMAT training.

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Welcome to GMAT Club.... It seems you have posted everywhere except the Yale forum :-) ....Moving your posts here.

P.S. Your team can help quite a bit and also get $10 giftcard by posting your impressions of the Yale Program in our BSchool Review area: https://gmatclub.com/reviews/business_schools/

Click here to post a review: https://gmatclub.com/reviews/select.php
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Thank you! We feel that our advice can extend beyond just Yale applicants. Fingers crossed!

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YaleSOM-MBA-ADVICE wrote:
Thank you! We feel that our advice can extend beyond just Yale applicants. Fingers crossed!


Very likely since the admissions process is quite similar among all top US Schools. Two thoughts:
1. Probably better to start focused and then expand as the admissions consulting space is competitive and you can gain advantage by getting a niche product. You can also obviously get an advantage on price, but i don't think admissions consulting is very price sensitive, akin to medical services - few people will be motivated by visit the "cheapest dentist in town" so I would suggest cutting your teeth on the Yale crowd
2. Your username kind of implies Yale mostly.... ;-)
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Thank you for the feedback!

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