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How Can MBA Applicants "Get In and Get Ready"?

The challenges surrounding business-school education start long before the first day of classes. Throughout the grueling application process, and even after receiving a coveted offer of admission, future MBAs are confronted by a long list of stressful questions, such as:
 
•    Which schools should you be targeting?
•    What are some school-selection criteria you might be overlooking?
•    What should you do after you apply, while awaiting admissions decisions?
•    What are some best practices for MBA applicants who are waitlisted?
•    What should be the first priorities of a newly admitted MBA applicant?
•    How can an incoming MBA student make the most of his or her education?
 
Before you start feeling overwhelmed, here’s some great news. Our friends at RelishCareers can help you address and answer such questions, quickly and confidently, through their free video series “Getting In and Getting Ready.” The series features exclusive conversations with MBA admissions consultants, career coaches, and other b-school experts suggesting ways to maximize the chances for admission and, in turn, prepare for a great MBA experience.

The MBA Exchange is proud to be the very first admissions consulting firm chosen by RelishCareers to participate. In fact, the premier interview features our CEO Alex Min (MBA MIT Sloan), who earned admission to six top business schools and has achieved over a decade of exceptional MBA admissions-consulting success with applicants.

Viewing this video series from RelishCareers is completely free, but registration is required. To get more info and register, just visit this link: https://relish.typeform.com/to/SuBiYf

And if you still have any questions about admission or preparation for enrollment, The MBA Exchange offers an array of valuable services for MBA applicants, admits and graduates to help you to “get in and get ready.”
 

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