"MBA Admissions for Smarties is a gem of a guide designed to help savvy business school applicants research and pick appropriate schools and present their application in the most compelling way to the admission committees." --Leila Pirnia, Founder, MBA Podcaster
"This is a highly comprehensive book that will be valuable to graduate school applicants and educational consultants alike. Filled with thought-proving questions and tons of examples, it's destined to become the ultimate handbook for MBA admission." -- Maxx Duffy, President, Maxx AssociatesIf there is one thing that a prospective MBAS student should take away from this book it is chapter 1. The question "what are your goals" should be such a simple thing to elucidate but it is the one question that applicants stumble over time and time again. -- Christie St. John, Ph.D., Sr Assoc. Dir of Admissions, Tuck School of Business.
"This book will help eliminate the initial fears and questions that many prospective applicants have about applying to b-school. The level of detail allows the reader to use this as a reference tool to complete the perfect application. Bravo!"--Christine E. Sneva, Director, Admissions and Financial Aid, Johnson Graduate School of Mgmt.
About the Author
Linda Abraham is the founder and president of Accepted.com, the premier MBA admissions consultancy. She is also the co-founder, first president, and current vice-president of the Association of International Graduate Admissions Consultants. Since 1994, Linda has advised thousands of clients applying to top MBA programs. Her expert personal coaching and editing, as well as the concrete, cogent admission tips she has written on the Accepted.com Admissions blog and in more than a dozen grad school admissions ebooks, have benefitted countless applicants. As a leading expert in grad school admissions consulting, Linda has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Sunday Times of London, MBA Podcaster, Beat the GMAT, GMAT Club, Poets and Quants, and other media outlets and web sites.
Judy Gruen joined Accepted.com as an editor in 1996, bringing broad experience in corporate communications, health care public relations, journalism and essay writing to her work with clients. Together with Linda Abraham, she has co-authored two Accepted.com ebooks: MBA Letters of Recommendation That Rock and Law School Letters of Recommendation That Rock. Judy’s essays on topics both serious and humorous have appeared in dozens of major media outlets and have been anthologized in several books. She is also the author of several award-winning humor books, including The Women’s Daily Irony Supplement.