Our Elite MBA Insiders Share Their Secrets To Getting Into HBS, GSB, Wharton & More!
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We know exactly how you feel. We've been through the grueling and stressful admissions process. As successful applicants to HBS, GSB, Wharton, and other top programs, we have the insider tips and strategies that take the guesswork out of MBA admissions.
Where you went to bschool will affect your entire career. A Wharton MBA can make the difference between earning 6 figures or staying in lower management limbo. If you're going to take 2 years off from work and spend $250,000 on your education, you'll want to get into schools like Wharton, Kellogg, and Booth. However, most of the admissions guides you'll find offer advice that's too general, outdated, and oftentimes completely ineffective.
Our strategies worked for us, and they'll definitely work for you. We each come from different educational backgrounds, so you can find specific stories and techniques that relate to you!
Read our book, implement the suggested steps, and HBS will be begging you to enroll.
HERE'S JUST A FEW OF THE THINGS YOU'LL LEARN!
-The 3 main strategies for exploiting the application rounds system
-How to hire the best MBA admissions consultants for cheap
-How campus visits at specific schools can increase your acceptance chances
-The 2 types of people you'll meet at business school, and how that affects where you go!
-3 questions you need to ask when considering dual degree programs like a JD/MBA or MD/MBA
-The 5 essay types that you'll want to master to get into HBS
-Specific test-taking strategies for getting an 800 on your GMAT
-The pros and cons of interviewing in-person versus on the phone
-3 specific steps for getting great recommendations letters
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- An HBS Admit
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