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I spoke with a couple of alumni from a school for which I am applying. They strongly recommended to use a professional consultant service for the proof-reading of the essays, resume and references.

Could anyone share their experiences with such services? Could anyone recommend which company to use?

Thanks.
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Hi!

I spoke with a couple of alumni from a school for which I am applying. They strongly recommended to use a professional consultant service for the proof-reading of the essays, resume and references.

Could anyone share their experiences with such services? Could anyone recommend which company to use?

Thanks.


Don't know which, but you should at least get free consults to see if you buy what their selling. They all have stated that they have experience getting low GMAT/low GPA into H/S/W. But those people are probably like War Veterens and Medal of honor recipients. Just make sure you think they are gonna put some time and dedication into you application and that you agree with how they are trying to market you for business school.
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Check this thread - any-advice-on-using-or-not-using-consultants-81677.html#p640688

There should be few more threads on this topic.If you have money,go for it.
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Hi!

Thanks for the tips.

For various reasons I am very much inclined to take an advantage of a professional service. So my point was not really to debate whether to hire such a service but rather to reach out to people who could recommend an agency who worked for them.

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Best is to work hard and get some of the best universities. But for guidance you can check out http://www.univadmithelp.com.
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Check this article https://gmatclub.com/forum/choices-and- ... 33558.html, this might help.
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almostfamous wrote:
Hi!

Thanks for the tips.

For various reasons I am very much inclined to take an advantage of a professional service. So my point was not really to debate whether to hire such a service but rather to reach out to people who could recommend an agency who worked for them.

Thanks!


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Best is to work hard and get some of the best universities. But for guidance you can check out http://www.univadmithelp.com.


You will have to WORK HARD regardless of whether you choose consultants or not. The best consultants will guide your steps in the right direction, and give you a realistic assessment of your Reach, Target and Safe schools. This will make your efforts be more efficient and give you better returns. Many cases are actually able to get many times more in Fin Aid and Scholarships because of a good application, and therefore get much more back than you spend.

At the very least, with a good consultant, you can get into schools many notches higher in rankings and post MBA opportunities than your own efforts.

Feel free to contact for your free profile consultation.
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almostfamous wrote:
Hi!

I spoke with a couple of alumni from a school for which I am applying. They strongly recommended to use a professional consultant service for the proof-reading of the essays, resume and references.

Could anyone share their experiences with such services? Could anyone recommend which company to use?

Thanks.


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