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How effective is it to attend an MBA Fair? does it increase any chances of getting an admit irrespective of GMAT score or GMAT not taken yet or a low GPA? Is keeping in touch with the admissions committee good? Would appreciate live examples!

Originally posted by Shri15kumar on 05 Sep 2018, 09:09.
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How effective is it to attend an MBA Fair? does it increase any chances of getting an admit irrespective of GMAT score or GMAT not taken yet or a low GPA? Is keeping in touch with the admissions committee good? Would appreciate live examples!

No personal experience. But from what I understand, just attending will not do your chances any good or harm. If you are able to demonstrate interest and have some sort of a meaningful impact then its good. Also, keeping in touch is something one can very easily overdo. So better to tread with some caution there.
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Shridhyey I strongly believe in them but not as an opportunity for you to push yourself on the admissions reps, but to gather more information about them in order to show how you are a fit, interest, and have done your research. Please check out my blog for more https://mbaessaycoaching.com/category/a ... ents-tips/

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MBAPrepCoach wrote:
Shridhyey I strongly believe in them but not as an opportunity for you to push yourself on the admissions reps, but to gather more information about them in order to show how you are a fit, interest, and have done your research. Please check out my blog for more https://mbaessaycoaching.com/category/a ... ents-tips/

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Thank you Farrell Dyan. Its been helpful!
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