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Here are some upcoming MBA Deadlines:

Jan 15 - NYU Stern | Indiana
Jan 17 - MIT Sloan
Jan 25 - INSEAD
Feb 1 - Harvard Law School
Feb 24 - London Business School
Feb 27 - Toronto Rotman
Mar 1 - INSEAD | Indiana Kelley
Mar 4 - Harvard Business School
Mar 6 - Vanderbilt | SMU Cox
Mar 7 - IESE Spain
Mar 10 - UNC Kenan Flagler
Mar 12 - CMU Tepper
Mar 15 - NYU Stern |Cornell
Mar 20 - Michigan | Duke
Mar 28 - Wharton Sch

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Admission offices in the United States are not only looking for students with strong grades, they also want to admit applicants who will be interesting, dynamic members of the community. Certainly every evaluation process begins with grades but the next step involves a careful consideration of the applicant’s involvement in extracurricular activities.

When it comes to the role of extracurricular activities in the college admission process, myths abound. Some students feel pressu

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Study abroad experience was a great experience for me. I learned a lot and had some great memories. But, you should not make the mistake of assuming that it will be all rosy. At times, it will be hard and emotionally taxing. But believe me; you will come out as a stronger and more confident person. It's all about getting out of your comfort zone, express yourself, have fun, and keep learning every day. Here are the Ten Biggest Challenges That I Faced

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College admissions is a tough game. Even the most proactive, organized, and prepared students need help with their applications, essays, and financial aid forms. Add the complexities of applying to colleges from another country, and the process can become downright unbearable. The process of counseling international students can be particularly difficult because they lack context, particularly when it comes to Ivy League schools or other highly selective institutions. So, let’s look at

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 It had been more than a month and I had not heard back from the Harvard Business School admissions office on the final decision after my interview. I had a great interview in Dallas with a Harvard Business School Alumni, and I came out feeling positive and optimistic from the discussions. Each day I would check my home answering machine, multiple times from work, and run to open the mail as soon as I would get back from work. Finally, I could not take anymore of the anxiety and called t

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