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What a Ding Analysis of my Duke Application Did for Me!

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From Dr. Shel (Shelly Watts), http://www.mbaadmit.com, email: info@mbaadmit.com

Interested in learning if we think you can be successful as an applicant or re-applicant?

Feel free to sign up for a FREE Profile Evaluation directly from Dr. Shel Watts, a Harvard and Oxford graduate with Harvard admissions experience and over 25 years of work with MBA applicants, fill out the form on our homepage at http://www.mbaadmit.com


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Sign up for a Ding Analysis, in which we can review your prior application and give you detailed feedback about how to improve your next application. Current Special Pricing: $265. For a Ding Analysis, send an inquiry to info@mbaadmit.com or visit http://mbaadmit.com/category/ding-analysis/.

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What a Ding Analysis of my Duke Application Did for Me!

Many Duke Fuqua candidates who receive rejection letters wonder if a Ding Analysis from a highly reputable consulting company might be worth the investment. At MBA Admit.com, we highly encourage the Ding Analysis because the best way to begin preparing a winning MBA application to Fuqua is to fix the problems that existed in your prior application. You must know clearly and precisely what those problems are. Once you know what the problems are, ideally you can identify actionable next-steps to address and correct those problems in order to bring a better outcome at Fuqua in the near future.

What are some of the aspects that a Ding Analysis should assess in order to help you identify the weaknesses of your candidacy or Duke Fuqua application? One thing of particular importance for Duke is whether you demonstrated a fit with the Fuqua culture and curriculum, and whether you used essay #1 excellently in showcasing 25 unique things about yourself. Fuqua presents a relatively extensive application, and woven throughout it, you should be showcasing the qualities that will make the school understand you value being part of teams and you relish innovation and global perspectives. There are many other factors to assess also, and these are some of the more important. A Ding Analysis of your Fuqua application should consider:

General strength of essay content – strategic view
General strength of essay content – grammatical/writing quality view
Strength of Recommendations
Strength of resume
Strength of application form
Impact of Citizenship
GMAT Score
GPA – Undergraduate
GPA – Graduate (if applicable)
Adequacy of Work Experience Duration
Adequacy of Work Experience Quality
Impact of Age
Impact of Industry – Asset or Negative?
Impact of Current Company – Asset or Negative?
Long-term goal
Short-term goal
Strength of Extracurricular Activities
Impact of Round or Application Timing
Effectiveness in Conveying Personal Story
Effectiveness in Conveying Personal Attributes
Overall Impressions

Here is information about our Ding Analysis Service, which we are offering a special discount on through April 5, 2016 (current cost, $265): http://mbaadmit.com/category/ding-analysis/

We will soon be posting profiles of candidates who underwent a Ding Analysis for Fuqua, thereby coming to understand clearly what aspects of their application they needed to improve. These candidates then applied successfully to top MBA programs thereafter. We will update this posting with a link to those profiles!



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