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Why Should You Apply in the First Round of MBA Applications?

Whether or not to apply in the first round of MBA admissions is a question that plagues many students hopeful of gaining admission into top business schools much before the admission season fever begins.  The two main questions that worry students the most are: Will applying in...
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MBA Interview Guide: How to stand out among the thousands of applicants!

Congratulations on getting that much awaited interview call! This call signifies that shining through thousands of applicants, by way of meaningful essays and other aspects of your applications you have been able to create an impression, but, remember, there’s still a long way to...
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Know All About MBA Spring Intake Admissions

While most Business Schools are open for the MBA fall intake, there are some colleges which also offer a spring intake. The spring semester begins usually in January and there are some leading business schools in the US, UK, Canada, Australia, and Europe where MBA candidates may...
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Avoid These 10 Pitfalls in MBA Application Essays

The essay component of the MBA application is a chance to really wow the admissions committee and stand out from potentially thousands of other candidates with similar GMAT scores or GPAs. There are many ways to craft a stellar essay that will give the reader a better sense of...
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College Students Share Common App Tips, Tactics

College application season is always a busy time for high school students. Every school has its own specific set of application requirements, and every student has a different set of outside responsibilities. Balancing them all can be tough. Luckily, The Common Application exists...
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EdElevate Tips: How to Shortlist the right B-Schools?

It’s good to be confident, but NOT overconfident. Almost every candidate has good credentials. Even if you are one in a million, there are over 7,000 more applicants like you. So, hedge your risks by choosing universities wisely and applying to a mix of ambitious and safe ones....
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What The Olympics Can Teach Students About the 2016-17 Common App Essay Prompts

I spend a lot of time talking to 17-year-olds about what is valuable in life and what is worth aspiring to. With the Rio games in motion, I thought, who better to look to than Olympic athletes for lessons on motivation, ambition, and expression of your greatest self? It turns out...
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Career Graph for Investment Banking post MBA

Investment Banking is a career path that is as sought after as it seems elusive and almost hovering on the “sex” appeal, considering that so many aspirants look at it through Hollywood lens. Wall Street action, making loads of money, sharp suits and slick personalities. The good...
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Retaking the GMAT- Is it worthwhile?

After putting a lot of hard work, you went ahead and appeared for your GMAT. You scored as per your expectations in the mock tests, but when the actual scores came out, you were not that glad. Now, the thought of retaking the GMAT is haunting you. Now, first of all be informed...
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MIT (Sloan) MBA Application : How to write the Cover Letter for MBA 2016-2017 Applications

This year, MIT (Sloan) has removed the usually required MBA essays from its requirements and replaced it with a Cover Letter instead. Applicants should keep in mind that this is not a traditional essay and the admission committee wants to see how applicants write a cover letter...
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