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This is the first in a series for individuals who have not yet started to prepare their MBA applications....
Gaining admission to a highly selective business school is never easy. For non-native English speakers applying to top U.S. business schools, the challenges are even greater. But help can be found in a trusted translation service!
The MBA Exchange is proud to be the featured guest of College Financial Aid Advisors for a special Tweet chat designed for 2014-15 bschool applicants...
When should you begin your MBA admissions campaign? It depends, but there is one very important first step to take....
Admissions committees want "authenticity" from b-school applicants, but how much is too much? Here are three key aspects to being authentic in your business school applications.
This "opportunity to interact" offered by Wharton is a meeting of the minds, but it's also a competition. Based on our experience facilitating dozens of simulated team-based discussion prep sessions, we share the following key factors that may help you win.
Much of the admissions process remains exactly the same today as it was back in 1996 when The MBA Exchange began advising applicants. Today, we share a few more changes that are impacting business schools and their applicants.
Much of the admissions process remains exactly the same today as it was back in 1996 when The MBA Exchange began advising applicants. In two posts, we will share some noteworthy changes impacting b-schools and their applicants.
The anxiety and apprehension that many b-school applicants feel the day after the deadline can be overwhelming. If you are asking yourself, "What do I do now?" then read on for the answer.
You've waited, anticipating the magic moment when you find out if you're among the admits to your targeted b-school. Are you in? Were you rejected? Or were you put on the waitlist? Here are 3 keys to moving from "Waitlisted" to "Admitted!"