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Don't Miss the September Edition of the Insider Edge Newsletter!
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This edition of our free, monthly newsletter will be released on Tuesday, September 2 and include these items:
Video: Your Admissions Essays are a Portrait of You, at Your Best
Character is Key in Business School Applications
How Top Indian B-Schools are Attracting International Applicants
AdmissionsBoards.com Business School Post of the Month
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Tech Readers Rank B-Schools
08/15/2014 14:39:18 - (David)
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Business Insider recently asked its tech readers to rank the top business schools. While the article appears to be interesting and well written, we just want to remind our readers once again to keep in mind that fit should drive their school selection determination and not the opinions of anonymous Internet users.
Updated Book Reviews
08/12/2014 13:17:04 - (David)
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Our MBA book reviews have been updated once again for new editions and releases. Most of the books you will find on our site came from client recommendations, so, once again, please feel free to share your input on any MBA related books (GMAT prep, b-school selection, TOEFL prep, MBA success, etc.) and we'll likely incorporate it into our next update!
Playing High School Varsity Sports Can Help Predict Future Business Success
08/05/2014 14:43:30 - (David)
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Mainstreet.com has an interesting article about how former high school varsity athletes are more likely to have success in business. It's probably something many of us have thought about as we've aged and tracked our fellow high school classmates' careers. It's currently rare that we approve of a story theme that goes all the way back to high school, but we'll certainly be keeping an eye out to see if the schools try to find a way to incorporate this predictive measure into their applications.
The EMBA is the 'New Black'
|08/05/2014 14:46:57 - (David)|
Forbes has a nice article from an EMBA advocating why the degree is preferable to the traditional full-time campus degree. Like most other things, it's all subjective and depends on your own particular situation. For instance, while the writer argues many professors prefer teaching EMBA students, those classes are taught on holidays and weekends and runs against what yours truly has personally observed.