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Tips for attending MBA fairs

April 11, 2016, Posted In MBA Strategy
Marc

You’ve agonized over schools. You’ve picked apart different programs. You’ve made lists and lists of requirements. However, there’s only so much you can learn about a school or program online. Attending an MBA fair is a good next step in the process. Attending MBA fairs will allow you to learn more about programs you are […]

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How to create your college list

March 17, 2016, Posted In College List
Marc

There are more than 2,000 four-year colleges in the United States to choose from. When starting the college admissions process, make sure that you research schools with programs that best suit you. Your initial list can be as long as you’d like, but you should keep in mind that applying to every university on your […]

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How many business schools should you apply to?

March 14, 2016, Posted In MBA Strategy
Marc

Congratulations on your decision to earn your MBA! As you join the fewer than seven percent of Americans with an MBA, your degree will significantly impact your life and advance your career. With the many rankings of programs, you may be tempted to apply to all the top MBA programs with the hopes of getting […]

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Should you visit business schools?

March 7, 2016, Posted In MBA Visit
Marc

Are you excited to move forward with your MBA applications? After narrowing down your search to a handful of programs, it is time to start thinking about visiting. Many applicants wonder if it is necessary to travel to each school, some quite far away, in the application process. But visiting a school can offer key […]

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Q&A with a current PhD student

March 6, 2016, Posted In Grad School Planning
Marc

Jacqueline McDermott is a PhD Candidate in Cell and Molecular Biology within the Life Sciences Department at Brandeis University. She holds a B.S. in Biology, with minors in Biochemistry and Spanish, from Hofstra University. How does being a PhD candidate differ from being a college undergraduate? The biggest differences between being a college undergraduate and […]

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