Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) July 29, 2009
Applicants who begin working on their MBA applications too close to the deadline risk ruining their chances of getting accepted to their top school. When applications are filled out in a hurry, especially the essay portion, they may not be completed thoroughly, if they get completed at all. The earlier an applicant begins working on an application, the better the chances are that the applicant will submit a solid application with winning essays.
Accepted is now offering a special deal that encourages MBA applicants to start their application process early. The MBA Early Bird Special offers MBA applicants 15% off essay services and b-school packages until July 31. Accepted's professional staff is made up of talented editors who know what works and what doesn't when it comes to applying to top MBA programs. They have helped literally thousands of applicants gain acceptance to their dream schools.
The services include:
- Comprehensive brainstorming and outlining.
- Content critique.
- Editing for style, grammar, and clarity.
- Nuts-and-bolts suggestions for improving essays.
Applicants always receive one-on-one guidance when they sign up for Accepted services. One applicant describes his experience with his editor as follows: "Sachin will turn your coal of an essay into a diamond. Rest assured: the money you spend will be paid back to you many times over [during] your career."
The MBA Early Bird Special expires Friday, July 31, so 2010 MBA applicants should hurry to receive top-notch essay guidance and application advice at this special 15% discount. To receive the discount, early bird applicants should enter "MBAEB" at checkout. For more information, please visit http://www.accepted.com/services/mbaservices.aspx.
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