Essays are an incredibly important part of the application process, says Stacy Blackman, an MBA admissions consultant. Seemingly straightforward questions require a great deal of introspection. Make sure you budget time to draft and redraft, try new approaches and carefully edit so that each line packs the maximum punch
An MBA graduate of the Yale School of Management, Mr. Fischer was a member of the Admissions Committee, interviewing applicants and providing recommendations to the Director of Admissions. Prior to joining The MBA Exchange, he advised a range of applicants on successful admissions strategies and tactics. Mr. Fischer's professional experience spans both public and private sectors, including consulting in disaster relief for the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Think Tank and Field Innovation Team; business strategy and development for Advertising for Humanity; as well as launching entrepreneurial ventures in the healthcare and extreme sports industries. Mr. Fischer earned his Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics, biology and computer science from McGill University. He has summited Mt. Kiliminjaro and cycled across Alaska. Mr. Fischer is conversant in French.
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Ms. Casey served as Assistant Dean and Director of Admissions at the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley for 15 years. Her admissions experience spans thousands of applicants to full-time, part-time, and Executive MBA programs. She launched and served as Interim Executive Director for the Berkeley-Columbia EMBA program. Previously, Ms. Casey served as Senior Associate Director of Full-time MBA Admissions for the Anderson School at UCLA and as Assistant Director of Career Services at Stanford Graduate School of Business. She has a deep understanding of MBA candidates, including those with corporate and/or entrepreneurial backgrounds in engineering and technology. Ms. Casey has worked in management consulting at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), in brand management at Nestle USA, and in media planning at J. Walter Thompson. She earned her MBA degree in marketing and general management from UCLA Anderson and her bachelor’s degree in finance and marketing from UC Berkeley Haas.
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MBA Admissions Consulting Services & Prices Never judge a book by its cover and a consulting team by its name – Swami Sameeranand W e started […]Step 1: During your first session you will work with your consultant to clarify your MBA needs, career goals, what school(s) you are applying and why. You will also identify your strengths and achievements, and learn how to write effective application essays, recommendations, and scholarships.
Step 2 : You will write your essay and CV and then your consultant will review and provide feedback.
Step 3: You will adapt your essay and CV based on your consultants' feedback.
Step 4: Consultant will review and give feedback on your CV and provide feedback a 2nd time.
Step 5: Mock interview and tips.
Step 6: The consultant will review your Scholarship Essays and provide feedback.