If you're planning to start business school in 2008, the next six months are absolutely critical. It's imperative that b-school candidates have a rock-solid game plan, and learning about the admissions process is a key element in getting started
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Boston, MA (PRWEB) April 24, 2007
Future business leaders in the Boston area will get the chance to meet admissions representatives from four of the highest-ranked MBA programs, on Wednesday April 25th. The event will be held at the Back Bay Center of Manhattan GMAT, the world's largest GMAT-exclusive test prep provider.
Representatives from Harvard Business School (http://www.hbs.edu), Sloan School of Management (http://mitsloan.mit.edu), Columbia Business School (http://www.gsb.columbia.edu), and the Kellogg School of Management (http://www.kellogg.northwestern.edu) will engage in a panel discussion, designed to help future business school applicants garner valuable admissions advice. The panel will be hosted by Eric Caballero, Manhattan GMAT Boston instructor and Sloan graduate.
"If you're planning to start business school in 2008, the next six months are absolutely critical. It's imperative that b-school candidates have a rock-solid game plan, and learning about the admissions process is a key element in getting started," says Andrew Yang, CEO of New York, NY based Manhattan GMAT.
Caballero will moderate the panel, introducing topics related to the admissions process, such as what schools look for in potential candidates, the relative importance of various application elements, how to off-set apparent weaknesses, and most importantly, how to move forward for admission to an MBA program in 2008.
ManhattanGMAT (MGPrep, Inc.) was created in response to increased competition among MBA programs and as a result, the growing demand for high scores on the GMAT® exam (Graduate Management Admissions Test). Founded by a New York public junior-high school teacher, the company is focused exclusively on the GMAT®, and prepares students with both academic and test taking skills, not just short cuts and tricks. Led by its team of expert teachers, all of whom have 99th percentile official GMAT® scores, ManhattanGMAT offers intensive preparatory programs for students worldwide including advanced GMAT® courses (both on-site and virtual), one-day workshops, two-week boot camps, and free GMAT® preview workshops. ManhattanGMAT also teaches on-site preparation courses at a number of Fortune 100 companies, and its acclaimed Strategy Guide books are available at Barnes and Noble and Amazon.com. The company's website http://www.manhattangmat.com includes a complete listing of all the company's programs, provides comprehensive information on the GMAT®, and offers free advanced content and strategy.