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Tips to Maximize the Business School Experience

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New post 08 Apr 2016, 02:09
Dear GMAT Club forumers:

Greetings! And congratulations to those who have recently been accepted into an MBA program! :-D

I am a 2013 Kellogg graduate who is currently on a sabbatical, and have taken up writing as a side pursuit. As they say, you start writing with subjects you have some experience about. The business school experience is still fresh in mind, and as both former alumni interviewer and mentor to some business school aspirants, I enjoy helping others succeed. Hence, I would like to introduce my new ebook about tips on maximizing the MBA and business school experience. It covers areas such as what things are important, what things are not important, and tips on getting the most out of your MBA journey. It is based on personal experiences, observations of different MBA students (e.g. things they did well in that are recommended), and interactions/reflections with alumni at post-graduation alumni club events. Some parts may be to an extent subjective, but I recommend reading them with an open mind.

Link to the ebook on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01D8BQTC0?ref_=pe_2427780_160035660

I priced it at a very minimal $0.99 to cover the publishing costs (e.g. cover design), and plan to donate remainder of proceeds to charity or Kiva. This is my first attempt at writing ebooks, so it's a short read that you can do in one sitting. Improvement will take place with time, as I am currently working on outlining my 2nd book, on another business topic where I have some personal experience. Cheers!

***GMAT Club Forum admin, I am posting here in the Business Life sub-forum because I feel that topics covered in the ebook are very relevant to some of the Q&A that new admits post here. I have been a contributor towards answering many of the Q&A in this sub-forum, and this ebook does address many topics related to the Q&A. Please PM me if you have any issues with the posting and plug on the ebook.
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Check out my new e-book on maximizing the business school experience. On Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01D8BQTC0?ref_=pe_2427780_160035660

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Hi I am student . I am newbie here. This GMAT forum is very useful for me. I have to learn lot of information about Business. Business school tips is very useful for me. This tips helps for MBA students

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New post 26 Aug 2016, 18:05
I've heard having regular check-ins with yourself (or in a group that meets regularly) to discuss if you are getting what you wanted to get out of b-school is important to ensure you're not getting caught up in everything else and letting these slide. You also want to ensure you're working towards your personal development goals (whatever they may be) in addition to professional goals.

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