Welcome to the second installment in our video series with myself (Kaneisha Grayson) and our most experienced consultant, Judy Kugel! In this video, Judy and I discuss how to make your application essays stand out using techniques such as to show (as opposed to tell) your story. Disclaimer: Judy does NOT work at Harvard Kennedy School… Continue reading
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By: Brian Prestia of ReasonGMAT When people first encounter the GMAT in their business school admissions process, they are often surprised to learn that the GMAT doesn’t directly test anything about business at all! So why do schools require the GMAT in the first place if it doesn’t seem to be at all related to… Continue reading
It occasionally happens that you’ve been admitted to your dream school, but the timing turns out not to be right. You need an extra year before you start school, and you cross your fingers hoping your school will let you take the time you need before matriculating. I myself deferred my admission to Harvard Kennedy… Continue reading
Below are some checklists for actions you should consider taking once you hear back from your dream school: If you’ve been accepted: Celebrate! You did it! The hard work was worth it! If you received a personal email or call letting you know of your acceptance, you should definitely return the call or email with… Continue reading
Matthew is a rising junior. He wants to know what he can do to best position himself for admission to Harvard Business School’s 2+2 program. I provide my top 10 tips for preparing for MBA admissions while still in college.
Harvard Kennedy School is one of the most popular policy schools that I work on with my coaching clients. As a 2010 Harvard Kennedy School graduate and an admissions consultant who has helped numerous applicants get into HKS (with scholarship money!), I want to provide my top tips for submitting an outstanding application to HKS:… Continue reading
Below are the MPP admissions statistics for Harvard Kennedy School according to a recent article from The Harvard Crimson published on April 15, 2010: Acceptance rate: 20% Number of applicants: 1729 Number admitted: 345 Average age: 26 Average years of work experience: 3 % of applicants from international (non-US) backgrounds: 31% % of admitted students… Continue reading