Your MBA Recommendation Package (Quick Reads)

Your MBA Recommendation Package (Quick Reads)

Don’t expect an outstanding letter of recommendation, without some effort on your side. Have you thought about  making an MBA recommendation package? An alum of UCLA Anderson’s Fully Employed part-time MBA Program (FEMBA) shares a great way to prepare your recommender for a letter that presents you in the best light.

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Weapon of Choice: A Sharp MBA Essay (Quick Reads)

Weapon of Choice: A Sharp MBA Essay (Quick Reads)

Most candidates don’t realize the power of a strong written MBA essay. Instead of making it a fun and reflective process, many will stare blankly at a screen for hours, leave it behind, and then rush to write a dreadful slew of words a week before the deadline. The Economist shares a better alternative, that might just lead you closer to a victorious admission glory.

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Beat the AWA GMAT Beast (Quick Reads)

Beat the AWA GMAT Beast (Quick Reads)

Are you biting your nails, because you’ve aced every section of the GMAT, yet forgotten all about the Analytical Writing Assessment? Hayley Milliman from PrepScholar offers some stress-free tactics on how to prepare for the GMAT AWA section of the exam and beat the beast at his own game.

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Should You Use an MBA Consulting Service? (Quick Reads)

Should You Use an MBA Consulting Service (Quick Reads)

Applying to an MBA is a long process which will sometimes require the assistance of a close friend, colleague, or trusted mentor. You should be open to receiving help, however it’s vital that you don’t lose your authentic voice along the way. In this summary, Ilana Kowarski explores both sides of using an MBA consulting service for guidance during your MBA application.

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