FIND MBA Users Can Win Personalized MBA Application Advice From Top Admissions Consultants

FIND MBA is pleased to a launch a contest that will help five lucky MBA applicants receive personalized application advice from top admissions consultants

FIND MBA is pleased to a launch a contest that will help five lucky MBA applicants receive personalized application advice from top admissions consultants.

To enter the contest, interested participants can fill out this survey:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/FKB7KS3

The survey includes questions on your career goals and background, and will help the admissions consultants get a sense of who you are so that they can recommend the steps you can take to get into the best MBA program you can. The more detailed you can be with regards to your work history and your career goals, the better.

If you win you will receive a written summary of advice that can be used to hone your application and select the best business schools for you. Winners will also be featured in an upcoming series of articles on FIND MBA.

The survey is open now and will close at the end of July. The five winners will be selected from the survey submissions at the full discretion by our editors. The decision cannot be contested.

Participating admissions consultants include:

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