The MBA admissions process is fiercely competitive, yet success can be remarkably simple: differentiate yourself from a sea of applicants and gain that coveted letter of acceptance. But how do you discover your unique attributes? How do you create an application that will ensure you truly stand out from the pack? The Complete Start-to-Finish MBA Admissions Guide is filled with exercises and examples that take you step by step through the entire MBA admissions process.
Our guide includes chapters on the following:
- Long-term planning to ensure a competitive candidacy
- Creative brainstorming to build a foundation for standout essays
- Writing dynamic personal goal statements and essays
- Drafting an eye-catching and results-driven resume
- Obtaining compelling and supportive recommendations
- Preparing for a persuasive and effective interview (including 100 potential interview questions)
|Publisher:||Manhattan Prep Publishing|
|Sold by:||SIMON & SCHUSTER|
|File size:||2 MB|
About the Author
Prior to founding mbaMission, Jeremy was the sole speechwriter for the Ambassador of Israel to the United States, for whom he wrote more than 70 policy addresses. As his speeches were being published in the Washington Post, Washington Times and other major international media outlets, Jeremy was also laying the foundation for mbaMission, helping a small number of applicants gain acceptance to top-tier MBA programs each year.
Jeremy was admitted to several top domestic and international MBA programs himself and ultimately became one of the youngest members of his class at the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business, where he was an admissions interviewer, wrote a Business Ethics case and was chosen by his peers to be Class Graduation Speaker.
After graduation, Jeremy formally established mbaMission and has subsequently provided admissions consulting services to applicants from the United States and more than 30 other countries on six continents.
Jeremy is a past member of the Board of Directors of the Association of International Graduate Admissions Consultants (AIGAC), an organization committed to upholding the highest standards of ethical practices in MBA advisory services, and was Co-Chair of the 2009 AIGAC Conference at Columbia Business School.