What are your chances of admission for MBA and Master’s?

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MBA and Master’s programmes are demanding and selective in order to ensure that you will be successful during your studies.

The mean score of the GMAT, the most commonly used admission test, has risen continually over the past 10 years. In 2012 over 28,000 applicants from all over the world scored 700+ on the test . The number of GMAT test takers is growing and there is a steady increase in tests taken by applicants younger than 24 years of age.

However, many factors are considered during the multi-stage application review and each may be crucial for your final success. Firstly you need to meet the basic eligibility requirements to have any chance of admission. Then the test scores will be considered along with the overall quality of your application (resumé, essays, recommendations, etc.).The final review also takes your interview performance into consideration.

Start your planning with an expert evaluation of your chances of admission. In an individual session of up to 60 minutes, discuss the following with the consultant:

  • how you can be a competitive applicant;
  • what types of programmes are the best fit for your goals;
  • how you can improve your chances for admission.

The feedback from the experts is invaluable to fine-tune both your choice of school and your application strategy.

The consultants you will meet at PrepAdviser.com have numerous success stories and can suggest solutions to many challenges for applicants from different parts of the world. Some of the experts here also have taken part in business school admission teams and thus have an inside perspective. Others are MBA and Master’s graduates themselves and have passed successfully through the whole test preparation process, through application and to the studies themselves. Their feedback about your chances of admission is always honest, constructive and focused on your best interest. Take this free opportunity to talk to them.


Schedule a free evaluation of your chances for admission here.

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