Tuesday Tip: Know Your Weaknesses It’s important to understand your weaknesses; trust us, whoever is reviewing your application is highly skilled at finding all of your application holes! Most candidates have some, if not multiple, weaknesses in their application profile. The key to graduate school application success is to understand those weaknesses and proactively address […]
Application season is in full swing. Here are some tips to help you successfully navigate the college application process: Do… Start Early Before things get too hectic with senior year, use the end of the summer and the start of the school year to finalize your school selections, create your Common Application account and school-specific accounts, […]
Tuesday Tip: Research Schools In this Tuesday’s Tip, you’ll learn the importance of researching schools to narrow your graduate school list to be more meaningful and realistic. Researching schools is not a finite task during the graduate school application process. Clearly, you will need to research schools to narrow your school list, but you will also […]
You’ve decided that law school is your next step. But, there are approximately 200 accredited law schools in the US. How do you choose which schools to apply to? Many applicants want to apply to only the top schools, as ranked by US News and World Report rankings or a similar organization. The methodology of […]
Tuesday Tip: Cast a Wide Net In this Tuesday Tip, you’ll learn the importance of casting a wide net when it comes to early school selection for graduate school. If you’re early in the graduate admissions process, you need to proactively think through your school list strategies. You want to avoid tunnel vision when it comes […]
The summer is finally here. Time to kick back and relax before the final push of your high school career, right? Unfortunately, I think this notion was generated in the same rumor mill that would have you believe that senior year is a time to coast. The reality is that if you are applying to […]
The “every down back” equivalent for MBA admissions is the candidate that has it all – performance at work, a strong academic background, good test scores, personal successes and triumphs, community impact, youthful good looks (okay- this isn’t totally necessary – just dress well).