Team Member Full Name: Tyler Bartley Preferred Name: Tyler Job Title: Business Development Associate How would you best describe your role on the team at The Art of Applying? I more-or-less handle all things that involve reaching potential clients and getting them to book a Breakthrough Call. This means I conduct outreach activities, marketing and… Continue reading
This week we’re introducing you to another incredible team member of The Art of Applying team, so you can get to know us a little better! Meet Kyle, our customer enrollment and onboarding specialist! Kyle grew up in Baden, Ontario, Canada, which is a small town with a population of under 10,000 people. He was… Continue reading
This week we’d like to tell you about a great funding opportunity at the Harvard Kennedy School: the U.S. Latino Leadership Fellowship. This fellowship is sponsored by the Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) Center for Public Leadership (CPL) in order to bring together talented and emerging leaders who are committed agents of transformation in U.S. Latino… Continue reading
Hello and welcome back! Last week we spotlighted UCLA Anderson and showed you the flexibility it offers to tailor your education. For this week, we’re shifting directions and want to talk to you about options for financing your education at UCLA Anderson. UCLA Anderson has many types of financial aid, and offers a wide variety… Continue reading
Something we’ve found to be true for all applicants is that even if everything else in your application is perfect, but your essays are lackluster, you will not get into your dream school. Every year when we’re reading about the clients of other consulting firms, we see people with these extraordinary GMAT scores and really high GPAs, and they’re baffled as to why they didn’t get into their dream schools. Many of these individuals ask us to review their submitted applications and tell them what went wrong. And you know what it almost always is? It’s that they underestimated the importance of the essay.
We know what you’re thinking. What on earth are mindset rituals and what do they have to do with my ability to get into my dream school or get off the waitlist of my dream school? Isn’t that something that’s up to the admissions committee—not me?
Don’t look to the outside world to tell you that you’re on the right path; that’s an inside job. When it was time to go to high school, my mom begged me to go to private school rather than the notoriously “ghetto” school the kids in my neighborhood were bused across town to. Admittedly, my… Continue reading
To accompany last week’s post on how perfectionistic thinking and behavior can sabotage your application process AND YOUR LIFE, I’ve created a list of affirmations. Do what you like with these. Read them once and never again, print them out and put them at your desk, say them every morning while you have your latte!… Continue reading