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MBA Reality Check:
How to Evaluate Your Profile for Acceptance

Do you need help evaluating your profile…realistically? Are you seeking insider information on how admissions committee members view your candidacy?

In the NEW AND UPDATED webinar, MBA Reality Check, Natalie Grinblatt Epstein, Accepted.com editor and former dean of admissions at three top business schools, will teach you:

Download or view the updated 2011 MBA Reality Check today to continue your quest towards a reasonable and realistic MBA application season!

For later viewing or listening, click on the link (or right click and then click "save as..."):

Download the full-size MP4 version here

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Download the MP3 version here

We apologize for the slight sound issues with the 2011 webinar. You can also download or view last year's 2010 MBA Reality Check, which is similar, but with slightly different content.

For later viewing or listening:

MP4 | iPod | MP3

About the Presenter

Natalie Grinblatt Epstein has reviewed over 70,000 applications, interviewed over 2500 candidates, and trained nearly 700 admissions directors and alumni volunteers to select outstanding candidates for admission. Natalie knows what admissions directors are looking for to build a great class. She's been on the other side of the table for 18 years, travelling to over 40 countries, guiding and counseling prospective students on admission and scholarship. In the past year alone, Natalie has helped clients gain admission into top programs including Harvard, Stanford, Wharton, MIT, Cornell, Columbia, Berkeley, NYU and others.

For information on how Accepted.com can help you, please see our MBA admissions consulting and application services.

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