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Get In, Get Connected, Get Hired: Lessons from an MBA Insider Paperback – May 5, 2016
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As a current MBA student, I found the material relevant especially learning how to leverage my Business school resources to help launch myself into post-MBA life. Brian's book is helping me make the most of my MBA experience and lessening some regrets I had about not attending a different MBA program at the institution where I earned my Bachelor's degree from.
I recommend this to anyone seeking advice on Business School for an MBA. I find it is a comprehensive guide for making the most of any school. That is the best advice I could ever have received from a book.
In short, I'd recommend that anyone considering applying for MBA programs read this book. It's a small cost compared to the cost of the applications, and it'll make you more competitive, save you time, and ensure that you're thinking about the MBA correctly.
As side note, I am a faculty member in Engineering, and although the book is focused on MBA programs, it can also be useful for other students applying for graduate degrees. The initialisms will change (e.g., GRE vs. GMAT), much of the advice remains relevant (e.g., "essays are an important component of the admissions process because they highlight applicants' ability to think and write clearly.").
*Got this copy free in exchange for an honest review from NetGalley