Tag Archives : MBA Applications

It's Never Too Soon to Think About Your Business School Applications

It's Never Too Soon to Think About Your Business School Applications

Many MBA applicants ask us, “How soon should I start working on my business school applications?” When they ask that, they’re usually thinking about their essay and their letters or recommendation (and even their GMAT, if they haven’t yet taken it). We think this narrow definition gets a lot of applicants in trouble, however. Ideally you will start working on your application a couple of years before you ever submit it! The application itself is just a single snapshot of who you are, and you should start working on your candidacy log before you write your first essay.

Filed in: MBA Admissions
Success Story Part 4: "Like sands through the hourglass, so are the essays of our lives..."

Success Story Part 4: "Like sands through the hourglass, so are the essays of our lives..."

(This is the fourth in a series of blog posts in which Julie DeLoyd, a Veritas Prep GMAT alumna-turned-instructor, will tell the story of her experience through the MBA admissions process. Julie will begin her MBA program at Chicago Booth this fall. You can also read Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 to learn Julie’s whole story.)

Filed in: MBA Essays
Best Deal in NYC

Best Deal in NYC

Okay, so the best deal in NYC is really found at Mamoun’s on Macdougal, but the second best deal in NYC this weekend will be Veritas Prep’s MBA Blueprint. Only 4 days left to register for this extraordinary event. Spend a day with Veritas Prep’s admissions experts, and you will emerge with the knowledge and tools you need to put together business school applications that will get you admitted.

Filed in: GMAT Prep