Accepted Founder Linda Abraham is often asked to weigh in on the admissions process and breaking news in the world of admissions. Here are just some of the recent articles she and other Accepted admissions consultants have been quoted in as admissions experts.
When considering business school, there are a few key things to keep in mind, including getting the timing right, choosing the right program, paying for your degree, and how you can prepare. Accepted admissions consultant Kelly Wilson weighs in in this edition of Keeping the Balance newsletter.
Accepted founder Linda Abraham weighs in on what she believes to be the worst business school ranking - Bloomberg Businessweek. Her reasons? "Surveys represent over 50% of its methodology and they can be easily gamed. Surveys, even if not gamed, are very subjective. There is relatively little reliance on actual data, whether of input (test scores, GPA, acceptance rates) or results (salary data, employment rate, increase in salary).”
Looking to apply to a psychology graduate program? In this episode of the GRE Snacks Podcast, Accepted's Linda Abraham and Dr. Karin Ash go through the application and evaluation process for psychology graduate programs, strategies for creating your application, and how to adjust your application depending on whether you're applying a PsyD, PhD, and more.
Looking to apply to a STEM or engineering graduate program? In this episode of the GRE Snacks Podcast, Accepted's Linda Abraham and Dr. Karin Ash go through the application and evaluation process for STEM graduate programs, strategies for creating your application, and more.
Accepted Founder Linda Abraham is quoted in this breaking news article about the Supreme Court's decision to end the practice of race-based admission to colleges and universities. She says in part, "Admissions offices still value diversity, equity and inclusion, and admissions offices for years have maintained that diversity doesn’t exclusively mean race and ethnicity. Instead of relying on a box ticked with a specific race or ethnicity, adcoms will seek the qualities and experiences that contribute to diversity and inclusiveness. They will still strive to create the rich and diverse learning environment that they value.”
While Columbia Business School (CBS) will continue to offer two intakes - in August and in January - it has done away with its rolling admissions process, instead offering three rounds of set deadlines for Fall entry. CBS senior associate dean of enrollment management, Clare Norton, broke the news on Accepted's Admissions Straight Talk Podcast, and in the article, Accepted Founder Linda Abraham says, "...this move allows Columbia to review all applications and create a diverse class based on the whole pool for a given round. With rolling admissions, CBS was evaluating applications as they came in...That pressure probably put administrative strain on the admissions committee while limiting its ability to make decisions based on a broader evaluation of the applicant pool."
Linda Abraham, Accepted's founder, shares her advice on approaching target schools with a low GMAT score in this Poets&Quants article, "Insider Tips & Tricks For The GMAT". She is quoted as saying, “If your GMAT is more than thirty points below your target school’s average GMAT, it could place you at a disadvantage and force the rest of your application to work overtime. You would have to present something most compelling to overcome that kind of a GMAT deficit at a competitive top school. Indeed, if you come from a common applicant background or a group that tends to do well on the GMAT, a below average score could keep you out — even if the rest of your application is competitive.”
The only consultant quoted in the Poets&Quants article, "P&Q’s MBA Admissions Director Of The Year: The Wharton School’s Blair Mannix," Linda Abraham, Accepted's founder, is featured as saying “She (Mannix) wants to 'democratize' access to admissions information. In all my interactions with her over the years, she projects a concern for the applicants as human beings.”
In this Poets&Quants article, "Harvard Business School & Yale SOM Will Stay In U.S. News’ MBA Ranking," Accepted's founder Linda Abraham is quoted as saying "I think business schools will watch closely which way the wind blows...if this move is a negotiating tactic on the part of [Harvard Law School] and Yale, and USN bends, MBA programs may try it too. Or they may not have to because USN may make changes across the board. If this move is followed by a mass exit from the law school rankings, business schools and other programs would probably follow suit."
In regards to so many MBA admissions directors resigning, Linda Abraham, founder of Accepted, points out the fact that the decline in MBA applications may have prompted some to resign before being fired — even though the drop-off is largely systemic in nature, a result of the strong economy in 2021 and 2022 in the Poets&Quants article, "Why Are So Many MBA Admissions Directors Resigning?"
Linda Abraham, founder of Accepted and a long-time watcher of elite MBA admissions, puts Chad Losee’s departure in perspective i then Poets&Quants article, "Harvard To Lose Its MBA Admissions Chief On Same Timetable As Stanford."
Founder of Accepted, podcast host of “Admissions Straight Talk," and co-author of “MBA Admission for Smarties," Linda Abraham is quoted in UpJourney.com's article, "40+ Reasons Why Scholarships Are Important (According to Experts)".
Linda Abraham, Accepted founder, is quoted in this timely article, "Going back to college: 9 tips for a successful return," about nontraditional students going back to college. Linda advises prospective students on selecting a school and major that makes sense financially.
Accepted founder, Linda Abraham, is the only admissions expert quoted in this Wall Street Journal article, "Harvard Business School Making Tuition Free for More M.B.A.s Based on Financial Need."
In "Episode #159: The 2022-2023 MBA Admissions Application cycle with Linda Abraham," Accepted founder Linder Abraham shares some of the trends and insights from the previous MBA admissions cycle and offers her thoughts on what's ahead, including the impact of economic uncertainty.
Linda Abraham, Founder of Accepted, talks about the importance and role of post-MBA career goals in MBA application essays, the benefits of having clear goals, and tips on the "why MBA" essay, in this GMAT Club video.
In episode 60 of the Dominate Test Prep podcast, Linda Abraham explains why it's more important than ever that you apply as early as possible in the admission cycle - especially given the expected increase in application volume resulting from trends in the current economic landscape.
In this Poets&Quants/Yahoo article, "Top MBA Admissions Consultant: Why You Should Definitely Apply In Round 1 This Year," Accepted founder Linda Abraham explains that a turn in the economy is inevitable, making business school harder to get into next year - so applicants in the next cycle should get their applications in as early as possible
An MBA resume is very different than an employment resume. In this US News article, Linda Abraham, along with fellow admissions consultants and MBA admissions committee members, discusses these differences and advises applicants on what to include. Read "How to Write a Strong MBA Resume."
Linda Abraham lends her expertise to GoBankingRates.com once again, offering advice to prospective graduate applicants on how to determine if their educational investment will pay off in article, "4 Steps To Take Before Deciding If Grad School Is Financially Worth It."
Accepted founder Linda Abraham explains how important determining ROI is for anyone contemplating an advanced degree, and details the 60% of graduate programs that pay off in GoBankingRates.com's article, "6 Grad Degrees That are Worth the Investment."
Linda Abraham discusses the pros and cons of the MBA vs. the EMBA and how the Great Resignation is influencing this decision for applicants in the P&Q article, "MBA Now Or EMBA Later? How The Great Resignation Is Affecting Applicants’ Plans."
In the P&Q article, "Chicago Booth Extends Round 2 App Deadline; Will Other B-Schools Follow?," Linda Abraham comments on possible reasons for the school's unique decision, citing bad weather in the Midwest, the Covid-19 surge, and a decline in application volume.
For the first time in the prestigious university's long history, Harvard Law School is now more popular than HBS. Linda Abraham breaks down the factors that may be behind this historic shift - and what it means for new applicants, in the P&Q article, "Harvard Law Now More Popular Than Harvard Business School."
Linda Abraham discusses the impact of Wharton's COVID-induced drop in average test scores last year, as well as the consequences of this year's jump back up to pre-pandemic numbers, in the P&Q article, "Wharton’s Record GMAT Scores: Is The School Over-Indexing Test Scores For Admission?"
Amy and Mike of Tests and the Rest podcast invited Accepted founder & CEO Linda Abraham to offer practical strategies for undergraduate students who wish to continue their educational path in the episode, "Getting Ready for Graduate School."
MBA resumes may look identical to job resumes to the untrained eye, but their purpose is wholly unique. Accepted admissions consultant Natalie Grinblatt Epstein discusses the importance of b-school resumes to the adcom and walks through two real-life resumes of MBA students (and former Accepted clients) in this Business Insider article, "How to use your résumé to get into a top MBA program — with 2 examples from students at Wharton and Columbia."
With COVID-19, many b-schools have expressed their openness to offering MBA admissions test waivers. But if you’re able to get a test waiver, could you be hurting your chances for admission? Accepted founder & CEO Linda Abraham weighs the pros and cons in this guest post for MBA.com, "When to Accept a GMAT Waiver, and When to Take the Test."
Accepted founder & CEO Linda Abraham offers insight and advice when it comes to test waivers for prospective MBA applicants in the WSJ article, "Should Business-School Hopefuls Skip the GMATs? Some of Their Power May Be a Myth."
Linda Abraham discusses the potential impact of Michigan Ross's decision to continue offering test waivers for applicants, along with advice for those seeking one in the P&Q article, "Michigan Ross To Continue Test Waivers For MBA Applicants."
Just starting your MBA admissions journey? Accepted founder and CEO Linda Abraham weighs in with some valuable advice for prospective applicants in the Fortune article, "What is an MBA and When Does it Make Sense to Get One?"
Accepted consultant Jamie Wright and fellow admissions experts discuss the potential benefits to attending European business schools in the U.S. News & World Report article, "European MBAs May Cost Less than Elite U.S. B-Schools."
Linda Abraham gives actionable advice to MBA applicants who find themselves in the difficult but enviable position of needing to decide which b-school program to attend in Mba.com article, "How to Choose Between Multiple MBA Admits."
Linda Abraham and fellow admissions experts tackle the subject of Round 1 vs. Round 2 vs. Round 3 when it comes to business school admissions in the U.S. News & World Report article, "How to Choose the Right MBA Application Round."
Accepted founder and CEO Linda Abraham is a guest on futuristic career strategist Valerie Zaric's podcast, answering the question on every b-school hopeful's mind: "Is An MBA Worth It?"
Accepted CEO & founder Linda Abraham is highlighted as one of the top 9 admissions experts all MBA hopefuls should know in the Business Insider article, "MBA Consultants to Know if You Want to Get Into a Top Business School."
Linda Abraham discusses the origins of Accepted, what sets us apart from other admissions consultancies, and the overall guiding principles behind what we do in this insightful interview for Thrive Global, "Linda Abraham of Accepted: I Can Change."
From a part-time editing service to a thriving admissions consultancy with 24 consultants, Accepted founder Linda Abraham certainly knows how to create a successful business. Learn more about the Accepted story in this great interview for Authority Magazine, "5 Things You Need to Know to Create a Successful Service-Based Business."
Accepted CEO & founder Linda Abraham and fellow experts discuss the factors that determine the amount of debt MBA students could accumulate and how to minimize potential student loan debt in the Money article "MBA Debt: Here's How Much You'll Need to Borrow to Go to Business School."
Linda Abraham discusses the origins of Accepted, the attributes that set Accepted apart from the competition, and the tools she uses to grow both as a CEO and an entrepreneur in this FemFounder article, "'Focus on Serving Your Customers or Clients' with Linda Abraham."
Christine Carr, Accepted law school consultant and former Associate Director of Admissions at Boston University School of Law, outlines a few of the key qualities in a personal statement that stick out to admissions officers in the Tipping the Scales article, "Qualities You Should Highlight in Your Personal Statement."
Accepted founder Linda Abraham is the featured guest on the Dominate Test Prep podcast and discusses the many factors an applicant should consider when choosing which programs to apply to in episode, "How to Determine Where to Apply."
Linda Abraham discusses the key takeaways from extended Covid-motivated Round 3 application cycles for business schools and what this might mean for the 2020-21 application season in the P&Q article "Acceptance Rates at the Top 25 U.S. MBA Programs."
Linda Abraham gives advice on what prospective online MBA applicants should keep in mind before they apply in the Money article, "Online MBA Programs: What to Know Before Applying and How Much They Actually Cost."
Linda Abraham weighs in on Harvard Business School's decision to offer blanket deferments in May might have impacted its incoming class size in the P&Q article "Harvard Vs. Wharton: How Two B-Schools Played The Pandemic."
Christine Carr, a senior consultant for Accepted and former associate director of admissions at Boston University School of Law, gives tips on how to get accepted to law school in the LSAT Unplugged webinar, "Law School Admissions During COVID w Former Admissions Officer."
Linda Abraham discusses how Wharton’s decision to adopt a more flexible admissions policy during the pandemic contributed to its largest entering class of MBAs ever in the P&Q article "MBA Applications To Wharton Soar By 21% To A New Record."
Marie Todd, a college consultant with Accepted and former Undergraduate Application Review Specialist at the University of Michigan- Ann Arbor, sits down with Jessica Wan from Magoosh to find out what makes a strong college admission essay in the Magoosh video interview, "9 Questions on Application Essays with a College Admissions Consultant."
Thinking about a deferred admissions MBA program? Accepted's Esmeralda Cardenal lays out the pros and cons of pursuing a deferred admissions program like Harvard's 2+2 in The Crimson article, "Applying to a Deferred MBA Admissions Program: Plant the Seeds Now, Reap the Fruits Later."
Linda Abraham weighs in on Columbia Business School's release of its 2022 MBA Class Profile in the P&Q article "Columbia Sets New MBA Application Record: Nearly 7,000."
After a busy and hectic spring and summer of MBA admissions, Linda Abraham sits down with Al Dea to discuss MBA admissions during COVID-19, the implications of the GMAT moving forward, and some of her predictions for the upcoming MBA admissions cycle for 2020-2021 in episode, "#30: Previewing The 2020-2021 MBA Admissions Cycle with Linda Abraham."
Linda Abraham weighs in on Harvard Business School's decision to conduct all MBA admissions interviews virtually in the P&Q article "COVID Forces All MBA Admissions Interviews At Harvard Online."
Preparing for your first virtual MeetUp with MBA admissions staff? Accepted's Esmeralda Cardenal and other top admissions experts share five tips for getting the most out your conversation in the BusinessBecause article, "5 Things to Do Before Speaking to Admissions Directors Online."
Natalie Grinblatt Epstein, a senior consultant for Accepted who spent 11 years as the MBA admissions director at Ross and a Ross alumnus herself, gives tips on how to get accepted to her alma mater in the Business Insider article, "How to get into the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business."
Accepted consultant Karin Ash gives great tips on how to create the strongest application possible for MBA hopefuls who are looking to change the industry in which they currently work in the BusinessBecause article, "5 MBA Application Tips for Career Switchers. "
Linda Abraham weighs in on Harvard Business School's decision to admit only 720 students to the incoming class of 2022 in the P&Q article "Harvard Business School's Next MBA Class Will Be More Than 200 Students Short."
Linda Abraham predicts a 20% jump in applications at the top 25 business schools this year in the P&Q article "Could 2020-2021 Be the Biggest MBA Application Season Ever?"
Accepted founder Linda Abraham is the featured guest on CBNation's "I Am CEO" podcast and discusses the growth of Accepted from part-time editing service to one of the most well-known graduate admissions consultancies in the country in the episode, "IAM365: Consultant Facilitates Storytelling for Graduate Admissions."
From video interviews to the GMAT Online Exam, Esmeralda Cardenal of Accepted explains how to navigate your MBA application during coronavirus in the BusinessBecause live feed, "Coronavirus FAQs: Your Virtual MBA Application."
Linda Abraham discusses the costs and benefits of Harvard's recent announcement offering deferments to all incoming MBA students for both prospective students and Harvard itself in the P&Q article "Harvard to Offer Deferment for Incoming MBAs."
In the midst of a global pandemic, the GMAC has made the unprecedented move to ask ranking institutions to pause their publications. Accepted's Linda Abraham discusses the possible reasoning behind the request and its repercussions in the P&Q article "GMAC Leads a Call for a Pause in MBA Rankings."
Linda Abraham weighs in on the advantages and challenges that older premeds should consider when applying to med school in the U.S. News article, "Tips for Older Premeds on Applying to Medical School."
Want to get updates on how COVID-19 is affecting business school admissions in real time? Linda Abraham and other experts are kept students in the know via BusinessBecause live feed, "Live Updates: Coronavirus."
Linda Abraham discusses the potential business school admissions challenges concerning international students due to COVID-19 in the P&Q article "B-Schools Fear Dramatic Fall In Internationals Due to Virus."
Linda Abraham busts common GMAT myths in The Economist's "Six Common Misconceptions About the GMAT."
Wondering if the age of the business school you attend will matter to future employers? Linda Abraham shed light on the question in the BusinessBecause article, "Does Your Business School's Age Affect Your Employability?"
Accepted law school admissions consultant, Christine Carr, explains what law schools what to learn from personal statements and how to write them successfully in the U.S. News article, "2 Law School Personal Statements That Succeeded."
Linda Abraham comments on the increase in Accepted clients offered scholarships as well as the increase in value of scholarships offered in the P&Q article, "MBA Scholarships At Record Levels, With Awards As High As $200K."
In a U.S. News article, "How Extracurriculars Affect MBA Admissions," Linda Abraham explains the significance of extracurricular activities in MBA admissions and shares advice on how to judge the quality of an extracurricular activity.
Linda Abraham spreads the good word about her favorite podcast, the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast, in a recent feature, "22 Entrepreneurs Explain Their Favorite Business Podcast."
The Yahoo Finance article, "Will an MBA Help You Become a Management Consultant?" quotes Karin Ash, Accepted admissions consultant, on why an MBA matters if you want to become a management consultant.
Karin Ash, Accepted admissions consultant, describes the differences between the jobs that MBAs and non-MBAs are hired for at top consulting firms in the U.S. News article, "Will an MBA Help You Become a Consultant?"
Accepted admissions consultant Jamie Wright comments on the success of European b-schools that have actively international students, in the FT article, "Political climate influences students’ choice of business school."
The Admissions Straight Talk podcast is featured in "11 Entrepreneurs Explain How They Use Their Podcast For Business," which highlights the podcast's mission: helping applicants get accepted.
Christine Carr, Accepted admissions consultant, and Steve Schwartz of the LSAT Blog and LSAT Unplugged discuss the digital LSAT, 2019 LSAT changes, and what you need to know for this law school admission cycle in a recent webinar, "Digital LSAT Changes + Law School Admissions."
Jamie Wright, Accepted admissions consultant, explains what LBS wants to find out about applicants with their application essay question in the BI article, "Here's how to get into London Business School, according to 7 grads, 3 current and former admissions officers, and an MBA admissions consultant."
In a recent UpJourney article, "How to Ask a Professor for a Letter of Recommendation, According to 12 Professionals," Linda Abraham identifies the four key steps to requesting a letter of recommendation from a professor.
In the P&Q article, "Columbia’s GMATs Slide Five Points On Modest Decline In Apps," Linda Abraham comments on why CBS has experienced a smaller decline in applicants than peer schools as well as the program's attitude towards the GMAT.
Linda Abraham reflects on the heartbreaking and inspirational story of Ida Valentine and what other applicants can learn from it in the P&Q article, "HBS Admit’s Tragedy: Her Father Killed Her Mother, Then Himself."
In a recent IELTSPodcast episode, University Admissions Coach Shares Tips, Linda Abraham and Ben Worthington discuss important admissions topics including the best way to write a personal statement and what admissions directors are looking for.
According to Linda Abraham, there are three essential materials that you need to give your recommenders to ensure an excellent LOR. Find out what they are in "How To Get A Great MBA Letter of Recommendation—4 Tips From Our Experts."
P&Q released the latest list of leading admissions consulting firms in "The Top 10 MBA Admission Consulting Firms Of 2019," highlighting Accepted as the #5 leading MBA admissions consulting firm and the oldest firm on the list.
In "Harvard Kicks Off MBA Application Season & European B-Schools On The Up," Linda Abraham shares important tips for applicants preparing to tackle the single HBS application essay.
Linda Abraham comments on Harvard Business School's decision to keep their new two-round admissions system for a second year and shares insight into the essay question in the Poets&Quants article, "HBS Sets First Round Deadline Of Sept. 4th."
Accepted admissions consultant and former BU Law School admission officer, Christine Carr talks to LSAT Unplugged about all things related to law school admissions. Watch "Former Boston University Law Admissions Officer on Law School Admissions."
Accepted is ranked the #1 college admissions consultancy in the United States in this informative Medium article, "Need a List of the Top US College Admissions Consultants?"
Linda Abraham weighs in on "What Harvard’s Affirmative Action Trial Says About Elite MBA Admissions," and highlights some differences between Harvard University admissions and MBA admissions.
In light of the Columbia Business School admissions director's announcement on an Accepted-hosted AMA session that "CBS Plans Deferred MBA Admission," Linda Abraham tells P&Q why deferred admissions are a great option for MBA bound high school seniors.
Reward Expert interviewed Accepted founder and CEO Linda Abraham for its article "Accepted.com Helps Students Across the Nation Get into Their College Program." She shares four tips to help your application stand out.
The SGU Pulse, St. George's University's admissions blog, highlighted the Accepted Admissions Blog in their article, "75 Top-Notch Medical Blogs Every Health Care Pro Should Know."
In "How Accepted.com Helps Aspiring Business and Finance Students Gain the Skills Needed for Admission to Top Programs," Linda Abraham discusses what led her to found Accepted and how the company helps their clients gain acceptance to top MBA and finance programs around the world.
A recent blog post on BadCredit.org, "Higher Learning for Higher Salaries: Accepted.com’s Admissions Experts Give Students an Advantage in the Application Process," highlights how Accepted's services can contribute to increasing your lifetime earnings.
Accepted's Admissions Straight Talk Podcast is featured on The Edvocate's "Top 5 Higher Education Podcasts You Need to Listen to."
Accepted consultant, Carol Drummer shares essential guidelines for writing a successful scholarship essay in "Your 5-Step Guide to Writing an Awesome Scholarship Essay."
As "More Job Opportunities Emerge For American MBAs In Asia," Linda Abraham comments optimistically on the trend of MBAs of Asian descent returning to Asia to do business and make a positive impact.
Linda Abraham shares her conviction that any hint of rudeness while visiting a b-school will doom an applicants chances of admission in an article exploring "Why Emotional Intelligence Is Key To MBA Admissions Success."
Linda Abraham provides perspective for understanding the bottom 10 programs in US News & World Report rankings in BusinessBecause article, "Hate The MBA Rankings? What Lower-Ranked Business Schools Can Do To Compete."
In a recent article, "Women In Business: B-Schools Must Do More To Close The Gender Pay Gap," Linda Abraham points out the catch-22 that discourages women from pursuing an MBA.
Linda Abraham agrees that "Less Competitive Law School Admissions a Boon for Applicants," and encourages applicants to apply to a few programs that are stretch programs.
In the WSJ article, "New M.B.A. Admissions Request: Recommendations From Friends," Linda Abraham comments on NYU Stern's new strategy for getting more insight into applicants' emotional intelligence.
In the Metro article "Thinking About Graduate School? What to Consider Before You Apply," Linda Abraham presents 4 questions that students considering grad school need to think about before taking that big step.
Jessica Pishko gives important pointers to law school applicants having a hard time writing about themselves in the personal statement in the U.S. News article, "2 Law School Personal Statements That Succeeded."
Tuck shares Accepted's "Interview with Director of Admissions Dawna Clarke," a podcast episode loaded with insight into the MBA program and admissions process at Tuck.
NYU Stern spreads the word about our recent podcast episode in which "Executive-in-Residence Tom Schick shares career advice for young professionals."
Linda Abraham weighs in on the which MBA essay questions are the best in "The Verdict On This Year’s Business School MBA Essays."
Accepted consultant, Alicia Nimonkar, discusses the types of clinical experiences that actually impress the adcom in "3 Less-Popular Options for Learning About Medicine."
Linda Abraham shares some important advice for financial aid seekers in "3 Ways to Be a Good Candidate for MBA Scholarships."
Linda Abraham joins the discussion about the impact of foreign currency rate declines on MBA applicants in "As Rupee Slides, Ivy League US B-schools Now Cost More than Rs 1 Crore."
In "HBS Applicants Should Get Personal in New Optional Essay," Linda Abraham shares her perspective on how to approach Harvard Business School's one, optional application essay question.
Linda Abraham explains the benefits of applicants preparing for the Wharton team-based discussions and explains that winging it and honesty don't correlate in an article for Poets & Quants, "Is Wharton’s Desire For Candor Compromised?".
In "How NOT to Impress in the Application Process," Linda Abraham shares tips on avoiding the five application "Kisses of Death."
U.S. News & World Report ("Fewer 2012 MBA Applications May Mean More Competition in 2013" & "Study: MBA Programs Don't Connect Social Media Dots"), The Wall Street Journal ("Beyond the Tried-and-True: Generating Cash in Later Life"), Businessweek ("MBA Admissions Consultants: A Growing Influence"), Career Builder ("What to Consider When Getting An MBA"), Poets&Quants ("Discounting Hits MBA Admissions Consulting," "How Many Applicants Use Consultants," "The Incredible Shrinking MBA App," "Heavy Round One Volume Expected," "More Anxiety for HBS Applicants?," & "Essentials of an Awesome MBA Application")
Businessweek ("Social Media: Why B-School Applicants Need to Keep It Clean" & "Making the Most of Business School Rankings"), Poets&Quants ("Perfecting Your MBA Essay"), AdvisorOne ("An Executive MBA: The Ultimate New Year's Resolution for Financial Advisors"), Bnet.com ("The B-School Admissions Game Gets Even Pricier"),
Poets&Quants ("Wharton's Interview Questions For Applicants Leak"), Businessweek ("Making the Most of the Campus Visit"), Law School Podcaster, Beat the GMAT (The Art of a Gripping MBA Goals Essay presentation)
Jewish Leadership Network & Manhattan GMAT (How to Write Bold & Brilliant Essays Workshop), AIGAC (Best Practices in Admissions Consulting presentation), Inside Higher Ed ("Private Counselors Who Won't Double Dip"),
BusinessWeek Online ("Applying Oneself Creatively"), The Daily Journal ("Admissions Essays Get Second Look: Law-School Officials Question Applicants' Use of Professional Editors")
Chicago Tribune ("Getting it Write"), Los Angeles Daily Journal ("As Law Firms Go Global, Demand of LL.M. Degrees Mushrooms"), GMAC Conference ("Admissions Consultants: Love em, Hate em, Use em" panel), The Boston Globe ("Wrangling Over Applications")
Wall Street Journal ("Perfect College Essay Takes Lots of Practice - And Extra Help")
Wall Street Journal, About.com ("MBA Admission Essay Guru Talks About Business School Essays"), HBS Working Knowledge ("Summing Up: What Can Business Schools Do to Avoid Bad Apples?")
BusinessWeek ("For a Knockout Essay, Get Thee to an Editor"), American Medical Student Association, Sarasota Herald Tribune
The New York Times, Business 2.0 ("Writes of Passage"), Anderson School Entrepreneurial Association Mentor Program, The Sunday Times of London ("To pay or not to pay?")
BusinessWeek ("Is a Helping Hand Really Helpful?"), TalkSpot