Interested In Impact: A Talk With Wharton Student Jenna Gebel

By - Aug 7, 09:08 AM   Comments [0]

This interview is the latest in an Accepted.com blog series featuring interviews with current MBA students, offering readers a behind-the-scenes look at top MBA programs. And now for a chat with Jenna Gebel, a second-year MBA student at Wharton. Accepted: We’d like to get to know you! Where...

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Write Secondary Essays That Get You Accepted!

By - Aug 5, 09:44 AM   Comments [0]

Our recent webinar on Writing Secondary Essays that Get You Accepted was a huge success! If you missed it (or want to see it again), it’s available for viewing and download here. If you have any questions about your secondary applications, browse the profiles our med...

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Get Accepted To Stanford GSB—Webinar On Demand!

By - Aug 5, 09:10 AM   Comments [0]

Our recent webinar, Get Accepted to Stanford GSB, was a huge success! Thanks to our wonderful audience for your great participation and questions. In case you missed it—or if you want to review— the webinar recording is now available on our website! Watch it today for critical advice on how to...

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So These Two Grad School Applicants Walk Into A Bar . . .

By - Aug 3, 09:51 AM   Comments [0]

If used right, humor can help you stand out from your competitors in an unexpected way. This might be a great opening line for a comedy night at a university student center, but can you use humor in a graduate school application essay? Should you even...

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5 Tips For Spectacular Secondaries

By - Aug 2, 10:53 AM   Comments [0]

 Read the questions very carefully to make sure your answers are on target. At this point, most schools have already sent out secondary applications – so let’s jump right into the important advice you need to tackle them! The following 5 tips will help you write spectacular secondary essays: 1....

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Money’s 2015-2016 Top 25 Best Value Colleges In The U.S.

By - Jul 26, 22:50 PM   Comments [0]

Which schools will give you the best bang for your tuition buck? Money ranks 736 four-year colleges based on 21 factors in three categories: affordability, educational quality, and alumni earnings. In terms of affordability the following factors were taken into account: tuition increases, parent and student...

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Money’s 2015-2016 Top 25 Best Value Colleges In The U.S.

By - Jul 24, 09:11 AM   Comments [0]

Stanford University ranks 1 on Money’s list. Which schools will give you the best bang for your tuition buck? Money ranks 736 four-year colleges based on 21 factors in three categories: affordability, educational quality, and alumni earnings. In terms of affordability the following factors were taken into...

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Train The Brain, Nail The GMAT [Or GRE]

By - Jul 22, 11:57 AM   Comments [0]

What do sports and graduate admissions test have in common? More than you’ve ever imagined. Have a GMAT or GRE coming up? Listen to our talk with Brett Ethridge, founder and CEO of Dominate the GMAT and Dominate the GRE for invaluable test prep insights and...

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Catching Up With Recent Stanford GSB Graduate Tim Eisenman

By - Jul 22, 00:09 AM   Comments [0]

This interview is the latest in an Accepted.com blog series featuring interviews with current MBA students, offering readers a behind-the-scenes look at top MBA programs. And now for a follow up interview with Tim Eisenman, who just completed the MBA program at Stanford GSB. We first met...

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Waitlisted – What Now?

By - Jul 20, 11:14 AM   Comments [0]

“Waitlisted – What Now?” is the latest post in our series Navigate the MBA Maze. First, a word of introduction: Realize that receiving a wait-list letter means you qualify for admission. You pass. You are probably on the wait-list (and not admitted) because they have already...

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