You want to enroll in business school next year, but your applications and GMAT score are far from complete—or maybe you have not even started the application process yet. Round 2 deadlines are fast approaching, and now is the time to make the mad dash to meet them. If you miss Round 2, then Round 3 is still an option—but is this approach advisable?
Where do you begin to start tackling applications and amassing GMAT scores when you realize late in the game that you need to begin earning your MBA next year?
mbaMission has teamed up with our exclusive partner, Manhattan Prep GMAT, to bring you a one-of-a-kind presentation that answers all of your last-minute application questions—and introduce our new and exciting offering, exclusively for Manhattan Prep students!
Join us live on the Manhattan Prep GMAT Facebook page next Wednesday, November 16, at 1:00 p.m. Eastern for a special presentation on last-minute tips for getting accepted to business school. The presentation will be delivered by two experts on MBA admissions and the GMAT, and you will have the opportunity to ask them any questions you have.
Meet the experts:
mbaMission Senior Consultant Liza Weale attended MIT Sloan for her MBA and joined Bain & Company after graduation, where she worked with clients across industries, while also guiding her associate consultants through the MBA admissions process. Liza later served as executive director of Kaplan Test Prep’s GMAT and GRE business lines, where she led all strategic, marketing, and curriculum development efforts. Her true passion lies in helping people “market” themselves in their MBA applications.
Joe Martin is a GMAT instructor at Manhattan Prep GMAT. He has earned not only a 99th percentile GMAT score (an eye-popping 790), but also 99th percentile scores on the LSAT and GRE. He is what we call a “triple threat” in test prep. Joe majored in astrophysics at Colgate University, where he led tutoring sessions for his peers. Now, Joe has found his dream job teaching full time, serving as an instructor manager, and helping to develop Manhattan Prep’s interactive video lessons, “Interact.”
So, join us on Wednesday, November 16, live on the Manhattan Prep GMAT Facebook page for a special opportunity to harness the wisdom of Liza and Joe. Even if you are not in a rush to apply this year, feel free to tune in for future reference. We hope to see you there!