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  • Quick GMAT Study Tips for the Fulltime Employee

    Working full time and preparing for the GMAT? You may wonder how much time your studies will take. This depends a lot on how many weeks you have to study, and your current GMAT abilities. Magoosh GMAT’s article “How Long Should I Study for the GMAT?” helps you look at possible daily time commitments. As...  Read More The post Quick GMAT Study Tips for the Fulltime Employee appeared first on Accept...

  • Choosing the Best Medical Schools for YOU

    How many schools should you apply to? 10? 20? 40? Each applicant’s list will be different. You should consider several factors including state of residency, strength of credentials, and the match between your personal goals with the school’s mission. What you should do is aim to apply to approximately 20-25 schools and then adjust the...  Read More The post Choosing the Best Medical Schools for YO...

  • How to Write About Overcoming Challenges Without Sounding Like a Whiner

    It’s a classic MBA essay question: Write about a time when you overcame a challenge. How did you handle it? What did you learn from the experience? Let’s start by easing one worry you may have. Not everyone has faced a significant challenge at work by the time they apply for an MBA. If that...  Read More The post How to Write About Overcoming Challenges Without Sounding Like a Whiner appeared firs...

  • Different Dimensions of Diversity [Episode 193]

    In reviewing our stats for last year, I noticed that one of our most visited pages is an article on writing about diversity. That’s not shocking since Accepted’s consultants are frequently asked by stressed, panicked clients from well-represented groups in the applicant pool, “How can I answer this diversity question?!?!” Given the high interest in...  Read More The post Different Dimensions of Di...

  • NUS MBA Essay Tips & Deadlines

    National University of Singapore offers a 17-month MBA program offering specializations in 4 distinct areas (Finance, Marketing, Healthcare Management, or Strategy & Organization). If you are looking for an Asian-focused program with strong placement in the Consulting (21%), Finance (23%), or Technology (29%) industries in Singapore (50%), China (13%) or other Asia-Pacific countries, then NUS...  ...

  • How to Improve and Present Your Experiences for Med School Reapplication

    In the final section of our Medical School Reapplicant Advice: 6 Tips for Success series, we’ll discuss how reapplicants should improve, and then present, their experiences. One last factor that can seriously hurt your chances is a lack of substantive, ongoing experiences. Medical schools want students who are passionate and committed – to the world around them...  Read More The post How to Improv...

  • 5 Steps to Becoming Your Target B-School’s Valentine

    Looking for swoon-worthy MBA application tips that will help you capture the hearts of even the stoniest admissions committee members? Read on! 1. Demonstrate your natural ability to succeed in the b-school classroom. Present an outstanding undergrad transcript and competitive test scores. Don’t have the stats you should? Prove your abilities by getting A’s in...  Read More The post 5 Steps to Bec...

  • Announcing NYU Stern’s “Advancing Women in Business” Scholarship for Full-Time MBA Students

    Beginning with the class of 2019, full-time MBA students at NYU Stern will have a new merit-based scholarship opportunity, the Advancing Women in Business Scholarship. The scholarship, which will be awarded to students who demonstrate a deep and enduring commitment to advancing women in business, will cover the first year of tuition and mandatory fees....  Read More The post Announcing NYU Stern’s...

  • 5 Tips For Aspiring Premed Researchers

    Gaining research experience won’t just make you a more competitive medical school applicant—it’ll also help you sharpen your critical thinking skills, and give you training you’ll draw on as a medical school student and physician. How can you find the right research opportunity for you? 1. Start early. Ideally, it would be great to have...  Read More The post 5 Tips For Aspiring Premed Researchers...

  • Did You Forget to Register for Wednesday’s INSEAD Webinar?

    You’re running out of time to boost your INSEAD IQ and position yourself for a successful 2017 application season. Our webinar, Get Accepted to INSEAD, will be starting in just a few days, and we hope to see YOU there! If you’re applying to INSEAD or another top international MBA program, then you won’t want...  Read More The post Did You Forget to Register for Wednesday’s INSEAD Webinar? appeared...

  • When to Send Letters of Interest

    If you have been placed on the waiting list, you can send in a letter to reiterate your interest in the school. Keep in mind, that this letter of interest is not going to make or break your application. Where you are placed on the waiting list plays a much larger role. If you’re #5...  Read More The post When to Send Letters of Interest appeared first on Accepted Admissions Blog.

  • 8 Things MBA Applicants Should do After Submitting Their Applications

    Within twelve hours I heard the same question from three clients, so I suppose this question may be on the minds of more than three, “now that I’ve submitted my applications, what should I do?” The following are a list of suggestions of what you can do until those interview invitations come pouring in: 1. Continue...  Read More The post 8 Things MBA Applicants Should do After Submitting Their Appl...

  • When is it Worthwhile to Retake the GRE?

    After your “big day” when you take the GRE, you may have doubts. Could you have done better? Should you go back and try to do better? If you’re considering a GRE retake, think about the time and expense of taking the exam a second time. You’ll need to do more studying, pay more fees,...  Read More The post When is it Worthwhile to Retake the GRE? appeared first on Accepted Admissions Blog.

  • 5 Reasons Why Med Applicants Should Volunteer

    Med schools aren’t just looking for science geeks who’ve never stepped outside the lab. They’re looking for students who will not just succeed in the classroom, but who have also had rich and varied experiences that will make them stand out as an interesting and passionate individual and future doctor. It’s not that test scores...  Read More The post 5 Reasons Why Med Applicants Should Volunteer a...

  • FT Releases 2017 Global MBA Rankings

    Financial Times has released its 2017 Global MBA Ranking of the best 100 programs. These rankings are based on surveys of business schools and their graduates of 2013. MBAs are evaluated according to alumni career progression, the school’s idea generation, and the diversity of students and faculty. Following are some of the findings of the...  Read More The post FT Releases 2017 Global MBA Ranking...

  • The Importance of Clinical Exposure

    You’ve taken the MCAT, completed all the pre-reqs, and maybe shadowed a physician, done some research, and volunteered. Now it’s time to make sure you’re all in for the last legs of this long journey. In this series, we’ll discuss how you can continue to navigate your way to a med school acceptance by analyzing your profile, creating...  Read More The post The Importance of Clinical Exposure appea...

  • Don’t YOU Want to Get Accepted to INSEAD?

    Well then you need to hurry up and register for our webinar, Get Accepted to INSEAD, which airs live next week! Mark your calendars: Date: Wednesday, February 15th Time: 10am PT/1pm ET Don’t miss this chance to get the tips and tools you need to boost your chances of getting accepted to this top international b-school....  Read More The post Don’t YOU Want to Get Accepted to INSEAD? appeared first...

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  • Get Accepted to Medical School with Low Stats

    http://reports.accepted.com/med/low_stats_webinar The secret to getting into medical school with low stats? Knowing your strengths, and highlighting those strengths in your applications. In this webinar you'll learn: *What the admission committees look for besides high MCAT scores and GPAS *How to divert the spotlight away from your weakness *How to position your unique against your competitors h...

  • Do I Really Need a Mock Admissions Interview?

    How important is a mock interview if you have a graduate school admissions interview coming up? Listen to Linda Abraham's 2-minute answer to this often-asked question.

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  • When Global Business is the Goal [Episode 192]

    Before we introduce today’s guest I want to invite you to our newest webinar, Get Accepted to INSEAD, which will be held on Feb 15 at 10 AM PT/1 pm ET/ 6 PM CET.  This is the latest addition to our “Get Accepted to” webinar series and the first time that we are focusing on...  Read More The post When Global Business is the Goal [Episode 192] appeared first on Accepted Admissions Blog.

  • Executive MBA Pros & Cons

    Thinking about applying to a top executive MBA program? Below you’ll find EMBA pros and cons to help you decide if, when, and why an EMBA program is for you. Pros: 1. It’s easier to get in. You may need to have more work experience to be considered for an executive MBA program, but it’s...  Read More The post Executive MBA Pros & Cons appeared first on Accepted Admissions Blog.

  • Improve Your MCAT Score for Medical School Acceptance

    In the next section of our Medical School Reapplicant Advice: 6 Tips for Success, we’ll move from increasing your GPA to improving your MCAT score. Fortunately, it’s easier to tackle a poor MCAT score than a poor GPA. While you should not retake the exam too many times (don’t bother retaking if you’ve scored above a 32), a better-prepared...  Read More The post Improve Your MCAT Score for Medical ...

  • IE MBA Essay Tips & Deadlines

    Often times applicants to MBA programs go through a bit of an identity crisis when they start the application process as they try to sum themselves and their careers up within tight word limits and limited spaces. Applicants to the IE International MBA program in Madrid may find the process even more daunting as the...  Read More The post IE MBA Essay Tips & Deadlines appeared first on Accepted Ad...

  • Exclusive Webinar for Med School Applicant with Low Stats this Thursday!

    Have you registered and marked your calendars for Thursday’s webinar, Get Accepted to Med School with Low Stats? Reserve your spot by signing up ASAP (free) and get ready to learn how to boost your strengths so that the admissions committee won’t dwell on your weaknesses! Register here: Get Accepted to Med School with Low...  Read More The post Exclusive Webinar for Med School Applicant with Low S...

  • Answering INSEAD’s MBA Application Essay Question #1 [Short Video]

    In the short video below, Linda Abraham shares the secret to writing a compelling and effective essay to answer the first of INSEAD’s essay questions. “Give a candid description of yourself (who are you as a person), stressing the personal characteristics you feel to be your strengths and weaknesses and the main factors which have...  Read More The post Answering INSEAD’s MBA Application Essay Que...

  • AACOMAS Changing Their Grade Forgiveness Policy

    As of May 1, 2017, AACOMAS will be calculating all grades into their standard GPA calculation for all applicants. This means that if you received an F or D in a course and retook it for a higher grade, AACOMAS will include all attempts in your GPA. In the past, they would only calculate the...  Read More The post AACOMAS Changing Their Grade Forgiveness Policy appeared first on Accepted Admissions...

  • 4 Tips for Demonstrating Professional Growth in a Flat Organization

    If you work in a flat organization, how do you demonstrate advancement and growth? After all, your progress will be compared to that of other candidates who have regular promotions with clearly delineated expanded responsibilities. In a flat organization, you may hold the same title for five years. It is a point that your MBA...  Read More The post 4 Tips for Demonstrating Professional Growth in a...

  • Tips For Applicants With A Low MCAT Score (Part 2)

    The MCAT score is crucial to making it to the interview stage of the medical school application process. For those with low MCAT scores who want to attend a US allopathic medical school, the only real option is retaking the MCAT. Decision Time: You DO Retake the Exam If you are committed to obtaining an MD,...  Read More The post Tips For Applicants With A Low MCAT Score (Part 2) appeared first on...

  • International Outlook, International Goals: Interview with INSEAD MBA, Arina

    This interview is the latest in an Accepted blog series featuring interviews with MBA students, offering readers a behind-the-scenes look at top MBA programs. And now for a chat with Arina Bobrova… Accepted: We’d like to get to know you! Where are you from? Where and what did you study as an undergrad? Arina: I was born...  Read More The post International Outlook, International Goals: Interview w...

  • Mock Wharton Team-Based Discussion Anyone?

    “Chance favors the prepared mind” said Louis Pasteur, and I agree. Don’t leave your Wharton Team-Based Discussion to fickle chance. Prepare for it with Accepted’s Mock Wharton Team-Based Discussion. This is a prime-time rehearsal. Details and prices are here. A participant in one of our past mock TBDs wrote us after the real Wharton TBD, “The practice session was a...  Read More The post Mock Whar...

  • Two Grad School Applicants Walk Into a Bar…

    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 try? If You Have a Funny Bone, Use It The answer is…maybe. If you can use humor effectively, it will help you stand out from your...  Read More The post Two Grad School Applicants Walk Into a Bar… appeared first on Accepted Admissions B...

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  • 5 Ways to Make B Schools Love You

    http://reports.accepted.com/mba/bschool_application_tips Follow our five-part framework and boost your chances of getting accepted to your dream b-school! Watch this recording and let Linda Abraham, founder & CEO of Accepted, show you how to win the hearts of the adcom (and get admitted to b-school!)

  • How to Get Accepted to Chicago Booth

    http://reports.accepted.com/mba/chicago_booth_mba Learn how to distinguish yourself from the thousands of other qualified applicants! Want more help with your MBA application? Check out Accepted's MBA Admissions 101 page, http://www.accepted.com/mba!

  • The MCAT: What You Actually Need to Study

    http://reports.accepted.com/mcat/what-you-actually-need-to-study Your MCAT score is crucial to making it through the first hurdle of the med school application process. So knowing how the MCAT works is critical to your future med school success! Watch this webinar and learn: *What science subjects are tested on the MCAT * How to focus on the big picture instead of getting caught up in details *Whi...

  • 12 Tips for your MMI Interviews

    http://reports.accepted.com/medical-school/MMI-interview Watch this one hour webinar, presented by Alicia McNease Nimonkar, an MMI-prep pioneer at UC Davis’s postbac program, and learn: * What a typical MMI format looks like and what to expect * What sorts of questions to expect in the different interview segments * How to use your very limited time effectively * Specific tips for different multip...

  • The GMAT: Low Scores, Retaking & Strategies for Success!

    http://reports.accepted.com/mba/gmatscorewebinar Is your GMAT score good enough? Should you retake it? Watch this recording of our popular webinar presented by Accepted's Founder and CEO, Linda Abraham, and find out the answers to these questions and MORE! Need more GMAT help? Check out our GMAT Resource page which is loaded with GMAT advice, tips and more! http://www.accepted.com/mba/gmat

  • 3 Hacks to Transform Your MBA Application

    Reports.accepted.com/mba/essay_editing_strategy Gain the know-how to upgrade your MBA applications and improve your chances of acceptance! Watch the webinar and unlock the secret to a successful application and take yours from blah to beautiful. Want more help with your MBA application? Check out our fre

  • Answering INSEAD's MBA Application Essay Question #1

    http://reports.accepted.com/get-accepted-to-insead Guidance from an admissions expert on how to approach answering INSEAD's first MBA application essay question. "Give a candid description of yourself (who are you as a person), stressing the personal characteristics you feel to be your strengths and weaknesses and the main factors which have influenced your personal development, giving examples ...

  • Medical School Applicants: Get Started

    Want to get accepted to medical school? Then do yourself a favor and get started on the application process right now! In this video, Linda Abraham explains the 3 benefits of starting early and brief guidelines for how to begin. Want an admissions expert at your side as you apply to medical school? We'd be glad to help you get accepted. Check out: http://www.accepted.com/medical/services/amcas-s...

  • Get Accepted to Medical School in 2018

    http://reports.accepted.com/medical/admissions_requirements If you're planning to apply to medical school in 2017, you've got less than a year to prepare. Watch this video and learn what you can do NOW to improve your chances of getting accepted in 2018! Need more help? Check out http://www.accepted.com/medical for everything you need to know about postbac, med school and residency admissions.

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  • When Should I Apply to Medical School?

    You’ve taken the MCAT, completed all the pre-reqs, and maybe shadowed a physician, done some research, and volunteered. Now it’s time to make sure you’re all in for the last legs of this long journey. In this series, we’ll discuss how you can continue to navigate your way to a med school acceptance by analyzing your profile, creating a strong...  Read More The post When Should I Apply to Medical S...

  • INSEAD MBA Criterion #4: Leadership Potential

    This is the last post in a 4-part series that examines INSEAD MBA’s admission criteria.  INSEAD is not unique among MBA programs in desiring leadership potential in applicants. All do. It is unique in how it characterizes leadership and leadership potential. The adcom has a two-pronged view of leadership: • factual (what you did, your experience that reflects...  Read More The post INSEAD MBA Crit...

  • How Your Academic Statistics Should Influence Your Medical School Choices

    The most reliable source of information about allopathic medical schools is provided on the Medical School Admissions Requirements (MSAR) website, offered by the AAMC. It is worth purchasing access to this database because the statistics it contains are very valuable in helping you to decide where to apply. Before you begin exploring the school data,...  Read More The post How Your Academic Statis...

  • What Do Scribes Do – And How to Become One [Episode 191]

    Medical schools across the board want to know that the people they admit know what they’re getting into and have an understanding of clinical practice based on personal experience. Clinical exposure is virtually a requirement for acceptance to ALL U.S. medical schools. A great way to get such exposure is by working as a scribe....  Read More The post What Do Scribes Do – And How to Become One [Epi...

  • Getting Into Med School With Low Stats Webinar Reminder – Reserve Your Spot Before It’s Too Late!

    Don’t forget to register for next week’s webinar, Get Accepted to Med School with Low Stats. Remember – this is a MUST-attend webinar for anyone applying to med school (or thinking about applying) with a less-than-desirable GPA or MCAT score. During the webinar, Alicia McNease Nimonkar, senior advisor at Accepted, will provide loads of experience-backed...  Read More The post Getting Into Med Scho...

  • Tell Me About Your Weaknesses [MBA Interview Questions Series]

    This blog post is part of a series of articles analyzing some of the most popular MBA interview questions and how to best respond to them. In this post, we’ll address “What is your weakness?“: Reason for asking the question: To ensure the applicant is humble enough to recognize that nobody is perfect, and to see...  Read More The post Tell Me About Your Weaknesses [MBA Interview Questions Series] ...

  • Boost Your GPA for Medical School Acceptance

    In our last post, we talked about how to best present yourself in your secondaries and interviews. Today we’ll move forward and discuss ways to boost your GPA, another important feature of your med school application profile. Feeling a bit fragile after these first sections? That’s to be expected – you’ve just undergone a pretty brutal...  Read More The post Boost Your GPA for Medical School Accep...

  • INSEAD MBA Criterion #3: Academic Capacity

    This is the third post in a 4-part series that examines INSEAD MBA’s 4 admission criteria.  The operative word in this criterion is capacity. This word conveys the adcom’s perspective on the academic component of the application: it’s dynamic, focusing on how you can grow and perform and achieve academically going forward. The only way for the adcom...  Read More The post INSEAD MBA Criterion #3: ...

  • Tips For Applicants With A Low MCAT Score (Part 1)

    All medical school applicants (or any other professional school applicant) must assess their credentials realistically in order to present themselves best during the application process. Since applicants are evaluated based on specific academic (undergraduate and graduate GPA and MCAT scores) and non-academic (research and clinical exposures, leadership skills, mentoring experiences) criteria as w...

  • Are You Selling Yourself Short?

    “I founded a small candy company.” I could see in the faces of my fellow admissions committee members that they were not that impressed with the candidate; none of them had ever heard of “Del Sol Candy,”* and Roberto’s modest description did not make it sound all that impressive an accomplishment. Many times while interviewing...  Read More The post Are You Selling Yourself Short? appeared first o...

  • When Will Medical Schools Give You an Answer?

    We are often asked: • How long does a medical school have to invite an applicant to submit a secondary application? • How long does a medical school have to respond and either invite the applicant to an interview, or say thanks, but no thanks? The fact is that there’s no rule governing how long a medical...  Read More The post When Will Medical Schools Give You an Answer? appeared first on Accepte...

  • Making Friends With the GRE: How To Overcome Test Anxiety and Perform at Your Best

    “I can’t stop trembling….can’t eat….cry for little or no reason….I am so nervous.” All of this from Janelle, a prospective graduate student on her response to scheduling a GRE test date. I was not surprised that Janelle was nervous as almost all prospective graduate students are a bit anxious about admissions’ tests. However, Janelle took...  Read More The post Making Friends With the GRE: How To ...

  • Is My Profile Competitive for Medical School Admission? [Navigate Med School Maze]

    You’ve taken the MCAT, completed all the pre-reqs, and maybe shadowed a physician, done some research, and volunteered. Now it’s time to make sure you’re all in for the last legs of this long journey. In this series, we’ll discuss how you can continue to navigate your way to a med school acceptance by analyzing your profile, creating...  Read More The post Is My Profile Competitive for Medical Sch...

  • INSEAD MBA Criterion #2: International Motivation

    This is the second post in a 4-part series that examines INSEAD MBA’s 4 admission criteria.  Sure, international experience is a big plus for an INSEAD applicant. But the website says that they seek candidates with international motivation which, in their eyes, means having “perceptive insights into the complexities of business in an international setting.”...  Read More The post INSEAD MBA Criter...

  • “I’m Smart, Really I Am!” Proving Character Traits in your Essays

    When you write an application essay or statement of purpose, you’re trying to accomplish several goals at once: (a) You need to prove your worthiness to be accepted to your target school, while (b) also showing the adcom that you have desirable character traits that your program values. But how do you prove to people whom you...  Read More The post “I’m Smart, Really I Am!” Proving Character Trait...

  • A Lot About Yale SOM’s EMBA Program – And a Little About One Year MBAs [Episode 190]

    Before we turn to our regularly scheduled content, I want to respond to a question asked of me on Twitter by @agarwalgaurav04: He asked me if we can do a show on U.S. one-year MBA programs. We might in the future, and while today’s show is not devoted to that topic, you can get a...  Read More The post A Lot About Yale SOM’s EMBA Program – And a Little About One Year MBAs [Episode 190] appeared fi...

  • Yale SOM EMBA Application Tips & Deadlines

    Yale SOM’s Executive MBA is relatively new, but it fully reflects the character of the SOM and more broadly of Yale University: intensive community, holistic perspective, intellectual vigor, and real-world engagement and impact. Carefully review the website, read the blog, and, if possible, interact with the adcom by visiting the school, and/or attending an info...  Read More The post Yale SOM EMB...

  • Presenting Yourself to Medical Schools: Other Communications

    With the multi-staged admissions process, applicants can make an impact at each step – or be weeded out. Your assessment continues by looking at other ways you communicated with the admissions committee, and whether or not they helped you past the next hurdle. Secondaries: Your secondary essays go beyond the initial introduction and flesh out your application....  Read More The post Presenting You...

  • Looking for Ways to Boost Your Chances of Acceptance to INSEAD?

    Then you’re in luck, because on February 15th we’ll be hosting a BRAND NEW webinar on the secrets to an INSEAD admit…and you’re invited! During the Get Accepted to INSEAD webinar, you will learn: • The advantages of attending the international INSEAD MBA program • How to show you belong in INSEADS’ 2017 entering class •...  Read More The post Looking for Ways to Boost Your Chances of Acceptance to...

  • Are You a Med School Applicant With Low Stats? Read On…

    Applying to med school and worried your stats are too low? Not sure if your numbers will make the cut? In our upcoming webinar, Get Accepted to Med School with Low Stats, you’ll learn tips and strategies for putting together an application that focuses on your strength rather than your weakness – one that convinces...  Read More The post Are You a Med School Applicant With Low Stats? Read On… appe...

  • What Questions Do You Have? [MBA Interview Questions Series]

    This blog post is the first in a series of articles analyzing some of the most popular MBA interview questions and how to best respond to them. In this post, we’ll address “What Questions Do You Have?“ Reason for asking the question: To make sure the candidate has all pertinent information necessary about the school, as...  Read More The post What Questions Do You Have? [MBA Interview Questions Se...

  • This DO Finds Balance by Mucking Horse Stalls and Gardening

    This interview is the latest in an Accepted blog series featuring interviews with medical school applicants and students, offering readers a behind-the-scenes look at top medical schools and the med school application process. And now, introducing Shannon… Accepted: We’d like to get to know you! Where are you from? Where and what did you study as...  Read More The post This DO Finds Balance by Muc...

  • INSEAD MBA Criterion #1: Ability To Contribute

    This is the first post in a 4-part series that examines INSEAD MBA’s 4 admission criteria. The adcom gives, as its first admission criterion, “ability to contribute.” I take the liberty to add: ability to contribute as a person of quality and substance. All the criteria involve factors such as insight, growth, connection with people...  Read More The post INSEAD MBA Criterion #1: Ability To Contri...

  • Which Allopathic U.S. Medical Schools Require Pre-Health Committee Letters?

    When preparing to apply to medical school, there are lots of details to consider! One major area of the application that causes a lot of stress are the letters of recommendation. To make the process of deciding which letters to collect easier for you, I did the research! (Your welcome.) As I mentioned in a...  Read More The post Which Allopathic U.S. Medical Schools Require Pre-Health Committee Le...

  • Connecting Duke Fuqua’s Education and Israel’s High Tech Industry

    This interview is the latest in an Accepted blog series featuring interviews with MBA students, offering readers a behind-the-scenes look at top MBA programs. And now for a chat with Amir Zur… Accepted: We’d like to get to know you! Where are you from? Where and what did you study as an undergrad? Amir: I was...  Read More The post Connecting Duke Fuqua’s Education and Israel’s High Tech Industry ...

  • 3 Reasons You Need to Start Working on Your Med School Applications NOW [Video]

    Medical school applications can’t be submitted until May or June, but getting an early start will give you three advantages that you simply can’t afford to pass up. In this video, Linda Abraham, Founder & CEO of Accepted and medical school admissions guru explains why getting the ball rolling now will help you get accepted. Related Resources: •...  Read More The post 3 Reasons You Need to Start Wo...

  • GMAC Releases Results of Year-End Employer Poll

    GMAC (Graduate Management Admission Council) has completed their Year-End Poll of Employers for 2016. Participating in the survey were 167 recruiters representing 140 companies located in 27 countries throughout the world, with the majority located in the US. Responders included 36 companies in the Fortune 500, 21 of which are Fortune 100 companies. The poll...  Read More The post GMAC Releases Re...

  • M3 and Entrepreneur: An Interview with David Eisenberg, Co-Founder of PreMD Tracker [Episode 189]

    Like most premeds and med students, our guest today, David Eisenberg, is a very busy person. He graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a BS in neuroscience, took a gap year, which we’ll learn more about, and then began medical school at The Commonwealth Medical College where he is now an M3. Along the...  Read More The post M3 and Entrepreneur: An Interview with David Eisenberg, Co-Found...

  • 4 Things To Do If You Can’t Define Your MBA Goals

    Top MBA programs are looking for candidates who’ve got their heads on straight and have a clear idea of how a business degree will help shape their futures. It’s for this reason that the MBA goals essay is such an important element in the b-school application. So what do you do if you don’t know...  Read More The post 4 Things To Do If You Can’t Define Your MBA Goals appeared first on Accepted Adm...

  • Presenting Yourself to Medical Schools: Your Primary Application

    The second part of your assessment will examine how you presented yourself to the admissions committees. Keep in mind that these aspects of your application are necessarily subjective – there are often no right or wrong answers – but they should be subjected to the same rigorous critique as the previous section. Unlike your MCAT...  Read More The post Presenting Yourself to Medical Schools: Your P...

  • Why Do You Want to Attend This MBA Program? [MBA Interview Questions Series]

      This blog post is part of a series of articles analyzing some of the most popular MBA interview questions and how to best respond to them. In this post, we’ll address “Why This MBA Program?“: Reason for asking the question: To gauge the sincerity with which the candidate is approaching the school. How to prepare:...  Read More The post Why Do You Want to Attend This MBA Program? [MBA Interview Q...

  • 5 Ways You (as a College Junior) Can Increase Your Chance of Getting Into Law School

    Let’s say you’re a college junior considering applying for law school in the fall. What can you do now to prepare? 1. Study, study, study for the LSAT. A high LSAT score is important, especially if you went to a lesser-known college or have a lower GPA. Consider taking a course to prepare. There’s no...  Read More The post 5 Ways You (as a College Junior) Can Increase Your Chance of Getting Into L...

  • What is an Accomplishment?

    Accomplishments constitute the bread and butter of personal statements and application essays. That may sound straightforward, however, a fascinating brainstorming session of Accepted admissions consultants reveals that applicants don’t always know what an accomplishment is. What goes into this application staple? And how can you analyze your own profile to find compelling accomplishments to write...

  • Medical Minority Applicant Registry (Med-MAR): Who, How, & Why?

    AAMC’s Medical Minority Applicant Registry (Med-MAR) is specifically designed to improve admissions opportunities for students from groups underrepresented in the medical field or who have an economically disadvantaged background. Read on to learn more about AAMC’s Med-MAR registry, to see if you qualify, and to understand how it will help you navigate your way through the...  Read More The post M...

  • How to Choose Between the GMAT and GRE and Start Preparing

    We get a lot of questions about the GMAT and GRE: Is there an advantage to taking one exam over the other? What are the secrets to studying effectively and beating test anxiety? How can I get the best possible score? How do I start? Here are some tips to help you navigate this part...  Read More The post How to Choose Between the GMAT and GRE and Start Preparing appeared first on Accepted Admissio...

  • 4 Tips for Writing About Last Minute Extracurricular Activities

    You want to write about all your fantastic non-school and non-work endeavors so that you really stand out from your competition, but when you start to think about it…you draw a blank. There must be SOMETHING you can show for how you use your free time, but what? Have you found yourself in a last minute...  Read More The post 4 Tips for Writing About Last Minute Extracurricular Activities appeared ...

  • 5-Step Checklist Before Submitting Your Applications

    Whether you’re applying to b-school, law school, med school, grad school, or college, this checklist will be the same. Don’t hit that “submit” button until you’ve completed the following 5 steps: 1.  You’ve made sure that your application presents a holistic, multi-dimensional picture of you. Each section of your application should not just present you as a strong candidate on its own, but should ...

  • Top Graduate School Admissions Directors Share the Inside Scoop

    Applying to graduate school and overwhelmed by your options? Don’t know how to find the right program for you? Or have you already found your dream program, and need guidance for applying successfully? For the past few years, Linda Abraham has been interviewing the director of admissions at top graduate programs on the Admissions Straight Talk Podcast. Here...  Read More The post Top Graduate Scho...

  • Reapplying to Med School: Evaluating Your Medical School Profile

    Hopefully by now, you have your acceptance in hand and are gearing up for Fall. If so, then congratulations and good luck! But what if all you’ve received are rejections? To start with, know you’re not alone. Last year, only 21,030 applicants made the cut, out of 53,042 applicants – that’s about 40%. And although...  Read More The post Reapplying to Med School: Evaluating Your Medical School Profi...

  • Building Your Consulting Career, and a Look Back at a Tuck MBA [Episode 188]

    Today’s guest, J. Kenton Kivestu, graduated from UVA with a BA in economics and history in 2006. Upon graduating he joined Google in product development and worked there for 3 years until he moved to Hanover New Hampshire to attend the Tuck School of Business and earn his MBA. He interned at BCG, but returned...  Read More The post Building Your Consulting Career, and a Look Back at a Tuck MBA [Ep...

  • 5 Pitfalls to Avoid When Applying to Medical School as an Older Applicant

    The average age for medical students has been steadily increasing over the years for several reasons. For one, medical schools cannot legally discriminate against applicants based on age. Furthermore, applicants with more life experience can be some of the best medical students as they are already established in their identity, maturity levels, and career goals....  Read More The post 5 Pitfalls t...

  • Walk Me Through Your Resume [MBA Interview Questions Series]

    This blog post is the first in a series of articles analyzing some of the most popular MBA interview questions and how to best respond to them. In this post, we’ll address “Walk Me Through Your Resume“: Reason for asking the question: 1. This question (or some version of it) is very often the first question...  Read More The post Walk Me Through Your Resume [MBA Interview Questions Series] appeare...

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    This interview is the latest in an Accepted blog series featuring interviews with medical school applicants and students, offering readers a behind-the-scenes look at top medical schools and the med school application process. And now, introducing Daniella… Accepted: We’d like to get to know you! Where are you from? Where and what did you study as an...  Read More The post From Ciudad Juarez to BU...

  • 10 Tips to Help You Ace Your PhD Interview

    While not all PhD programs require interviews, some do (including many overseas). If you’re invited to interview, take full advantage of the opportunity you’ve been given by preparing effectively—review your research on the department, prepare to talk about your PhD research goals, etc. (a mock interview can be helpful!). Here’s some advice to help you...  Read More The post 10 Tips to Help You Ac...

  • Swoon-Worthy MBA Application Tips Video View-able Now!

    Linda recently presented an exciting webinar – about how to make top b-school adcom fall in love with you. That webinar, 5 Ways to Make Top B-Schools Love You, is now available for online viewing, anytime and anywhere. Some of the topics that Linda addresses during the webinar include: • How to prove that you...  Read More The post Swoon-Worthy MBA Application Tips Video View-able Now! appeared fi...

  • 4 Ways to Show How You’ll Contribute in the Future

    Schools are looking for applicants who can show that they have strong leadership qualities and experiences, and demonstrate that they will actively contribute to their student/alumni communities, not to mention to the greater community and society. Yet grandiose, declarative statements and promises to be a superlative do-gooder are unpersuasive. So how can you show what you...  Read More The post ...

  • How to Show that YOU Want to be a Doctor

    “My mom is a doctor, my dad is a doctor. How can I prove to the med school admissions committees that I really want to be a doctor?” Concerned that your application doesn’t demonstrate the extent of your personal commitment to medicine? An experienced admissions consultant can guide you as you craft an application that...  Read More The post How to Show that YOU Want to be a Doctor appeared first ...

  • A McDonough MBA Student’s Take on Journalism & Social Responsibility

    This interview is the latest in an Accepted blog series featuring interviews with MBA students, offering readers a behind-the-scenes look at top MBA programs. And now for a chat with Gabe Nelson… Accepted: We’d like to get to know you! Where are you from? Where and what did you study as an undergrad? Gabe: I grew up...  Read More The post A McDonough MBA Student’s Take on Journalism & Social Respo...

  • Top 5 Tips for Acing the LSAT

    The LSAT is a big deal. Don’t believe me? Check out this post with the top LSAT scores from the top 100 law schools. While GPA and LSAT score are the most important part of your law school application, LSAT takes the cake. It’s really the only way law schools have of objectively analyzing a...  Read More The post Top 5 Tips for Acing the LSAT appeared first on Accepted Admissions Blog.

  • You Can Do It: Reject Rejection!

    For some, the new year is a time for hearing good admissions news; but for others, 2017 may be off to a grim start. If you’ve received a rejection letter from your target school (or – sigh – from all your target schools), then you may be feeling more doom and less hopeful for the...  Read More The post You Can Do It: Reject Rejection! appeared first on Accepted Admissions Blog.

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  • How to Ace the Multiple Mini Interview (MMI)

    Since the Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) format can be difficult to prepare for, this post will give you four specific strategies for success to help you with the different stations: traditional interview questions, debate questions, collaborative activities, and fake scenarios with actors. Strategy #1: Before the Interview – Review your AMCAS application To prepare for...  Read More The post How t...

  • Exploring the Haas MBA: An Interview with Peter Johnson [Episode 173]

    Our guest today is Peter Johnson, Assistant Dean of the Full-Time MBA Program and Admissions at Haas School of Management. He has been on the admissions team almost continually at Haas since 2004, becoming the director in 2006 and the Assistant Dean of Admissions in 2012. Welcome, Peter! Can you give us an overview of...  Read More The post Exploring the Haas MBA: An Interview with Peter Johnson [...

  • How to Know When You’re Ready for GRE Test Day

    The whole point of GRE prep is, of course, to be ready for GRE test day. But how do you know when you’re ready? How do you know when you’ve had enough prep? Many people who take the GRE before they’re truly ready have the wrong answer to “Have I done enough prep?” But have...  Read More The post How to Know When You’re Ready for GRE Test Day appeared first on Accepted Admissions Blog.

  • How to Use Residency Placement Data to Plan Ahead

    When choosing a medical school, applicants should incorporate residency placement data in their decision-making process. U.S. News published an article on this matter this past February, a couple months after the initial launch of our resource. In the article, several medical school deans comment on the importance of using match list data to navigate the...  Read More The post How to Use Residency...

  • Write an MBA Goals Essays that Turns the Adcom into Your Cheerleaders!

    By following the advice in the previous post you can create goals that are clear, credible, and convincing, but they won’t necessarily be exciting. They won’t make the adcom reader think as she reads, “Wow, it would be great if he could do that!” And this latter reaction is really what the goals essay should...  Read More The post Write an MBA Goals Essays that Turns the Adcom into Your Cheerleade...

  • The Medical School MMI (Multiple Mini Interview) Day

    Currently, over 20 medical schools in the U.S. offer the MMI. The average length of an MMI day is about nine hours. If you have a morning interview, check-in can begin as early as 7:15 am which may include breakfast with medical students. After breakfast, the dean or assistant dean gives a welcome speech. If...  Read More The post The Medical School MMI (Multiple Mini Interview) Day appeared first...

  • Two-Year MBA Programs Report Drop in Application Volume

    GMAC (Graduate Management Admissions Council) has released its 2016 Application Trends Survey. This is the 17th survey since 2000 and includes analysis of information submitted by 872 graduate management programs. These programs represent 335 business schools and faculties in 49 countries worldwide, including 42 U.S. States and Washington, D.C. Survey findings are related to applications...  Read ...

  • Reducing Health Disparities and Serving the Community at Drew/UCLA

    This interview is the latest in an Accepted blog series featuring interviews with medical school applicants and students, offering readers a behind-the-scenes look at top medical schools and the med school application process. And now, introducing Shanice… Accepted: We’d like to get to know you! Where are you from? Shanice: I grew up in a small...  Read More The post Reducing Health Disparities an...

  • From the Mouths of MBA Adcom Members

    Looking for the best possible admissions advice? How about admissions advice from the admission committee members themselves? Linda Abraham, founder of Accepted and host of the Admissions Straight Talk podcast has a collection of highly enlightening interviews with directors of admissions and adcom members of top business schools! Listen in as Linda asks her adcom...  Read More The post From the M...

  • Which Medical Schools Receive the Most Applications?

    Tens of thousands of students apply to medical school each year. The US News Short List has come out with their ranking of the 10 medical schools with the most applicants for Fall 2015. Data was submitted by 116 ranked medical schools for the annual survey. Here are some of their findings: • Lake Erie...  Read More The post Which Medical Schools Receive the Most Applications? appeared first on Acc...

  • Sports, Media, and an MBA: NYU Stern Student Shares His Story

    This interview is the latest in an Accepted blog series featuring interviews with MBA students, offering readers a behind-the-scenes look at top MBA programs. And now for a chat with a second year MBA student at NYU Stern, Danny Breslauer. Accepted: We’d like to get to know you! Where are you from? Where and what did...  Read More The post Sports, Media, and an MBA: NYU Stern Student Shares His St...

  • What the Adcom Looks For During an MMI

    During the MMI, you’ll be evaluated by many different people at several different stations. Having multiple reviews and reviewers provides a more consistent way to evaluate applicants because schools have more data available from the evaluations provided by each person who observes you. They rate you based on how you interact with others—your process— and...  Read More The post What the Adcom Look...

  • How to Wow College Application Readers: Beyond Tests Scores and GPA

    Assuming that your daughter has both test scores and GPA in the competitive range for her top choice schools, what else makes her stand out in a positive way? In my five years of reviewing undergraduate applications for admission to the University of Michigan, I considered a number of additional factors in determining overall fit:...  Read More The post How to Wow College Application Readers: Beyo...

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  • Prep for B-School: A 4-Year Guide for College Students & Recent Grads

    Looking for the secret to making your MBA admissions experience go as smoothly as possible? The BEST thing you can do to make sure your MBA application efforts pay off is to give yourself the gift of TIME. By planning ahead, you’ll be able to designate the time you need to do the things you...  Read More The post Prep for B-School: A 4-Year Guide for College Students & Recent Grads appeared first ...

  • 3 Ways to Get in Shape for Your Multiple Mini Interview

    Your Multiple Mini Interview is coming up. Are you prepared? Here are three things you can do NOW to ensure total MMI fitness: 1. Learn the ropes. Once you understand how an MMI works, you’ll be a lot more confident walking in. While you can’t know every question in advance, you can certainly familiarize yourself...  Read More The post 3 Ways to Get in Shape for Your Multiple Mini Interview appear...

  • How to Pass the USMLE and the COMLEX [Episode 172]

    The goal of this podcast is to help you get accepted to your top choice program. If that is medical school, one of your next steps will be preparing for the challenging USMLE or COMLEX exams. Today’s guest, Dr. Marcel Brus-Ramer, is joining us for a discussion about how to prepare for the USMLE. As...  Read More The post How to Pass the USMLE and the COMLEX [Episode 172] appeared first on Accepted...

  • Exactly What Are Goals?

    “I want to move from the buy side to the sell side.” “I want to shift from technology consulting to investment banking.” Not goals. An engineer once really said to me, “I want to go into either finance or consulting.” Not goals. A goal isn’t something you want, it’s something you do, something you want...  Read More The post Exactly What Are Goals? appeared first on Accepted Admissions Blog.

  • Choosing a Medical Specialty: Guidelines for Doing it Right

    Choosing a medical specialty is frequently a stressful experience. Many students start medical school with a fixed expectation of what they will be interested in. Without fail, a large number of these students drastically change their mind during the four years of medical school. As you experience a variety of specialties you see different lifestyles,...  Read More The post Choosing a Medical Spec...

  • What Adcoms and Admissions Consultants Share

    While going through security at the airport recently, I had a TSA agent examining my ID suddenly… said, “I know you. You’re Linda Abraham from Accepted!” Surprised, I replied, “You’re right. How did you know?” Accepted is not on my ID. “I’ve attended your webinars.” Why should I have cared, or actually been pleased, that...  Read More The post What Adcoms and Admissions Consultants Share appeared ...

  • MCAT Tips and Application Advice: Monique of aDashofMo

    This interview is the latest in an Accepted blog series featuring interviews with medical school applicants and students, offering readers a behind-the-scenes look at top medical schools and the med school application process. And now, introducing Monique… Accepted: We’d like to get to know you! Where are you from? Where and what did you study...  Read More The post MCAT Tips and Application Advic...

  • UCLA 2016-17 MBA Essay Tips & Deadlines

    The advice that UCLA Anderson provides below is excellent, not just for Anderson’s essays, but for most MBA essays. Read it carefully.  My tips are in blue below. Your essays are the primary way for you to share your perspectives and plans with the admissions committee. The best essays are introspective, genuine and succinct in directly...  Read More The post UCLA 2016-17 MBA Essay Tips & Deadline...

  • Introducing the MMI (Multiple Mini Interview)

    In 2004, Canada’s McMaster University published a study that examined how the Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) method can be used to more accurately assess candidates for medical school admission. The study found that the traditional interview format was not a reliable admissions tool because too often the interviewer was influencing the quality of the interview....  Read More The post Introducing th...

  • 4 Statement of Purpose Must-Haves: What You Need to Start

    You’re ready to sit down and write your statement of purpose. Besides for a full cup of coffee and a good chunk of time to think and write…what do you need to get started? 1. A clearly thought out goal This is the most important thing. Your statement of purpose, whether for a Master’s or...  Read More The post 4 Statement of Purpose Must-Haves: What You Need to Start appeared first on Accepted Adm...

  • An HBS Grad Shares His Start-Up Experience

    This interview is the latest in an Accepted blog series featuring interviews with MBA students, offering readers a behind-the-scenes look at top MBA programs. And now for a chat with HBS grad, Phil Strazulla. Accepted: Thanks for the interview, Phil! Where are you from? Where did you attend business school? When did you graduate? Phil: I’m originally...  Read More The post An HBS Grad Shares His S...

  • Med School Applicants: You’ve Come This Far….

    …don’t think you’re done with your admissions work simply because you’ve secured your interview invite! There are loads of applicants who get invited to interview, but who then get rejected because their interview performance was subpar, or downright bad. Learn how to become one of the lucky ones by checking out the valuable information you...  Read More The post Med School Applicants: You’ve Come...

  • UGH! THOSE @!#$* WORD LIMITS!!!

    Now, now. Don’t get angry. Deal. First and foremost, focus. And use writing techniques that convey your message and stay within the word limits. What writing techniques are those? Glad you asked! 1.  Minimize use of the passive voice. • Passive: Experience A has been complemented by experience B. (8 words) • Active: Experience B...  Read More The post UGH! THOSE @!#$* WORD LIMITS!!! appeared first...

  • 9 Secrets to Standing Out in Your MBA Application

    The MBA application process requires work and introspection – you need to think about your goals and how going to b-school will help you achieve them, and you need to think about how your unique talents will contribute to your target program. The adcom wants to see that you are their ideal fit, and they...  Read More The post 9 Secrets to Standing Out in Your MBA Application appeared first on Acce...

  • 5 Things Law Schools Want to See in Applicants

    What are the law school admissions committees looking for when reviewing applications? They’re looking to build a class consisting of strong students who will join together to create a solid class and an impressive crop of future lawyers. In particular, they’re looking for these 5 things when they look at your application: 1. People who...  Read More The post 5 Things Law Schools Want to See in Ap...

  • Johns Hopkins Medical School 2016-17 Secondary Application Essay Tips

    Ranked at the top for research, Johns Hopkins Medical School provides a medical education with an emphasis on integrating scientific innovation in patient care. The school’s mission statement shares a comprehensive and long term perspective on medical education, touching on: The Science and Practice of Medicine, Clinical Competence, The Social Context of Medicine, Communication, Professionalism......

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  • Prodigy Launches New $20k Scholarship for Student Borrowers

    Prodigy Finance shared some exciting news with us, and we now want to share it with you. The community funding platform is launching a scholarship program where five of their student borrowers will receive a $20,000 scholarship. To be eligible, students need to secure a loan from Prodigy before November 30th of this year that will...  Read More The post Prodigy Launches New $20k Scholarship for St...

  • Tips for Answering the University of California Essay Questions [2016-17]

    This year, the University of California has done away with the traditional personal statement, and has developed a list of eight “personal insight” questions. Applicants are asked to choose four of the eight questions, and respond in 350 words or less. General advice on these questions: • Read over all eight questions and as you...  Read More The post Tips for Answering the University of Californi...

  • The MBA Menu at Columbia Business School [Episode 171]

    There’s something for everyone at Columbia Business School. Today’s AST podcast is a first: an in-person interview! Our guest is Emily French Thomas, Director of Admissions at Columbia Business School, and we’ll be talking about the menu of programs available at CBS. Welcome, Emily! What is the common thread that unites the many programs at...  Read More The post The MBA Menu at Columbia Business ...

  • Applying to Medical School Late in the Application Cycle

    If you are submitting your application in August or later, this can be considered applying late in the application cycle. Often there are other circumstances that are influencing your decision to apply late –waiting on an MCAT score or deciding late in the process to apply in the current cycle. 3 Things to Keep in...  Read More The post Applying to Medical School Late in the Application Cycle appe...

  • Why Write a Series About MBA Goals?

    A few years ago, in the good old days when Wharton still offered feedback to rejected applicants, I talked with a potential client who happened to be reapplying to Wharton. I asked him whether he’d obtained feedback on his application, and he said yes. Well? “Actually they said they really liked my application. They said I...  Read More The post Why Write a Series About MBA Goals? appeared first o...

  • 5 Pointers for Projecting Professionalism in Your Statement of Purpose

    In my previous post, I discussed the importance of maintaining an appropriate tone in your admissions essay, and provided tips for checking your tone, specifically for finding a confident tone and avoiding arrogance. Once again, “tone” refers to a writer’s attitude toward their subject (and their reader). Your tone comes across in your choice of...  Read More The post 5 Pointers for Projecting Pro...

  • This Week’s MBA Essay Editing Webinar Details

    This is your last reminder! 3 Hacks to Transform Your MBA Application will air live on Wednesday the 31st at 10am PT/1pm ET. If you haven’t registered yet, make sure that you do so NOW or you’ll miss the boat on this important webinar that will help you get accepted to your dream school! Register now to...  Read More The post This Week’s MBA Essay Editing Webinar Details appeared first on Accepted...

  • Self-Care and Medical School with the “Triple Shot of Beauty” Blogger

    This interview is the latest in an Accepted blog series featuring interviews with medical school applicants and students, offering readers a behind-the-scenes look at top medical schools and the med school application process. And now, introducing Haley…. Accepted: We’d like to get to know you! Where are you from? Where and what did you study...  Read More The post Self-Care and Medical School wit...

  • Tone Up Your Writing: Confidence vs Arrogance

    “Tone” is often one of the aspects of writing that applicants find most difficult to pin down. And yet, when you’re writing, it is also one of the most important to control so that you maintain an appropriate tone for your purpose. One way to think about “tone” is to understand it as conveying your...  Read More The post Tone Up Your Writing: Confidence vs Arrogance appeared first on Accepted Admi...

  • Not So Secret Secrets to Nailing the Medical School Interview

    Right now, every week, there are a slew of fresh faces coming to interview for a coveted spot at our medical school. They come mostly from Tennessee; many have done undergraduate work all over the country, had previous careers, and are very impressive on paper, but they all share one thing in common: a feeling...  Read More The post Not So Secret Secrets to Nailing the Medical School Interview app...

  • Do You Know the 4 Factors You Need to Assess in Your MBA Profile?

    One of the first things you’ll do when choosing where to apply to business schools is assess your profile. Otherwise, how will you know which programs will be appropriate for you? It’s best to evaluate the following four elements of your profile ASAP; the sooner you know how qualified you are, the sooner you’ll be...  Read More The post Do You Know the 4 Factors You Need to Assess in Your MBA Prof...

  • Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine 2016-17 Secondary Application Essay Tips

    Case Western is located in Cleveland, Ohio with four teaching hospitals in the area and a student run clinic. They are ranked #25 for research and #60 for primary care by U.S. News and World Reports. They accept 155 students each year. Classes are pass/fail in the first two years. Students are placed in one...  Read More The post Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine 2016-17 Secondary...

  • From Chile to HBS: Interview with Maximiliano Grass

    This interview is the latest in an Accepted blog series featuring interviews with MBA students, offering readers a behind-the-scenes look at top MBA programs. And now for a chat with Maximiliano Grass… Accepted: We’d like to get to know you! Where are you from? Where and what did you study as an undergrad? Maximiliano: I am...  Read More The post From Chile to HBS: Interview with Maximiliano Grass...

  • Future Med Student Helps Younger M.D Wannabes Through Social Media

    This interview is the latest in an Accepted blog series featuring interviews with medical school applicants and students, offering readers a behind-the-scenes look at top medical schools and the med school application process. And now, introducing Rafid Rahman…. Accepted: We’d like to get to know you! Where are you from? Where and what did you...  Read More The post Future Med Student Helps Younge...

  • UVA Darden 2016-17 MBA Essay Tips & Deadlines

    If you like the idea of constantly being thrown into the decision maker’s role, using the case method to navigate real-life business situations, then you may want to consider applying to the University of Virginia’s Darden MBA program. Darden is the second-largest case publisher in North America, and because of Darden’s commitment to the case...  Read More The post UVA Darden 2016-17 MBA Essay Tip...

  • Generic-itis Prevention [Warning: If Untreated, Can Cause Rejection]

    Each year, Accepted consultants are witnessing a recurring epidemic. And it’s worse than you can imagine: Generic–itis. The symptoms: • Mind-blowing, meaningless, and grand generic declarative statements, related to why an applicant wants to attend a certain program. • Irritation to admissions readers, causing them to believe that you know nothing about their school and don’t...  Read More The pos...

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