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After the tremendous success of last December’s event in New York City, next month Veritas Prep will run its second MBA Admissions Blueprint event, on June 20 in New York City. This event will give you the chance to meet one-on-one with a Veritas Prep admissions expert and get a head start on your business school applications.
Just a quick heads up to everyone to let you know that there are only three days left to register for MBA Admissions Blueprint and meet one-on-one with a Veritas Prep admissions expert this weekend in New York!
Chad Troutwine, one of Veritas Prep’s co-founders, will be at NYU to meet with you and discuss the two questions that we most often hear these days: how the current economic client has affected the MBA admissions process this year, and what you can do to get into a top business school in what is shaping up to be the most competitive year yet.
The folks at BusinessWeek are working on an interesting and valuable series: If someone could start planning their business school application five years in advance, what should they plan and do each year leading up to submitting their application? For the first story in this series, called Five Years to B-School: The First Year, she turned to Veritas Prep’s own Scott Shrum for advice for future MBA applicants.
As you have read on this blog and elsewhere, including the Wall Street Journal, the pool of MBA applicants for the second round deadlines is growing rapidly. With the majority of deadlines set for early January, you may be among the candidates who find themselves without a GMAT score (or at least a competitive GMAT score) in the last month before applications are due.
Due to overwhelming demand for our admissions consulting services in the New York area, next month Veritas Prep will run its first annual MBA Admissions Blueprint event, on December 6 and 7, at NYU’s Kimmel Center in New York City. This event will bring together some of Veritas Prep’s most experienced admissions experts to help you quickly improve your business school applications.