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21 Feb 2013, 15:51
I have been contacted by a consultant who has been on the admission committe at Cornell University for 4 years. Can I trust this person's work is going to be good? I am applying part-time MBA. Still the price is about $270 for one hour. IS that reasonable? Can some one please advice. Manager Affiliations: Duke Fuqua Joined: 28 Nov 2012 Posts: 71 Location: United States Location: City of Angels Concentration: Strategy Schools: Duke (Fuqua) - Class of 2015 Followers: 4 Kudos [?]: 24 [0], given: 8 Re: consultant advice [#permalink] ### Show Tags 21 Feb 2013, 16:51 scoremore wrote: I have been contacted by a consultant who has been on the admission committe at Cornell University for 4 years. Can I trust this person's work is going to be good? I am applying part-time MBA. Still the price is about$270 for one hour. IS that reasonable? Can some one please advice.

admissions for Cornell Johnson? or adcom for another Cornell program. There is a big difference.
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21 Feb 2013, 19:19
scoremore wrote:
I have been contacted by a consultant who has been on the admission committe at Cornell University for 4 years. Can I trust this person's work is going to be good? I am applying part-time MBA. Still the price is about $270 for one hour. IS that reasonable? Can some one please advice. are you only applying to cornell? Admissionado Joined: 30 Nov 2009 Posts: 5287 Location: Chicago, IL Schools: Brown University, Harvard Business School Followers: 72 Kudos [?]: 877 [0], given: 48 Re: consultant advice [#permalink] ### Show Tags 22 Feb 2013, 03:33 scoremore wrote: I have been contacted by a consultant who has been on the admission committe at Cornell University for 4 years. Can I trust this person's work is going to be good? I am applying part-time MBA. Still the price is about$270 for one hour. IS that reasonable? Can some one please advice.

The price is pretty standard for the industry, so that is fair.

But besides their experience on the committee, I would say two other things are important 1. You have good communication with them, trust them, and feel good. 2. Their actual editing and story-telling skills should be awesome. These two things are just as if not more important than the fact of having been on an Adcom or not.
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22 Feb 2013, 05:47
I think another person used the same consultant. Here is the link

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