Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) August 27, 2013
Clear Admit is happy to announce the addition of Jon Fuller to its team of Admissions Counselors. Fuller comes to Clear Admit after a four year stint as a Senior Associate Director of Admissions at Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. Clear Admit recently interviewed Fuller to learn more about his years in Michigan and his specific approach to admissions counseling. In that conversation Fuller provided Clear Admit’s blog readers with many wonderful details about the Ross adcom, his perspective on how the MBA landscape has changed over the years, and the benefits of applying to MBA programs via The Consortium’s common application.
Among his insights were Fuller’s ‘behind the scenes’ description of just how the Ross adcom organizes its review process, and how a new group exercise element to the application may change that process. Fuller also shared what he felt was the most common “pitfall” he saw applicants make in their essays. Additionally Fuller shared humorous anecdotes related to the waitlist process, which included Hawaii and a new Mercedes. When asked what his counseling philosophy was Fuller replied “There is no such thing as a perfect applicant, but my goal is to develop an application strategy with you that will identify and maximize your strengths and make them stand out to the programs to which you’re applying, all the while mitigating the weaknesses that inevitably exist.”
Clear Admit is an authority on the business school admissions process and a leading publisher of MBA admissions guides. Founded by Wharton MBA graduates with extensive admissions experience, the firm has been featured in dozens of publications including Bloomberg BusinessWeek, The Wall Street Journal and The Economist. Clear Admit also provides admissions consulting services to business school applicants using a highly personalized methodology that combines the perspectives of MBA admissions officers, expert editors and MBA students to help maximize prospective applicants’ chances for acceptance at top schools.