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Hope this email finds you well.
Wanted to drop a quick note that I have been accepted to Wharton, Booth, and Yale this year for MBA admissions. I wanted to thank you for your firm's terrific service and particularly send my appreciation to Natalie, who has absolutely been the most fantastic MBA admissions consultant I have worked with.
Natalie was extremely strategic in crafting a specific and unique MBA application plan for me based on my profile, background, and career aspirations. She kept in close touch with me throughout the entire application cycle, and was absolutely patient, responsive, and critical in helping shape my resume, recommendation letter, application essay, and interview preparations. I can say that I will not have accomplished so much without Natalie's wholehearted support and her top-notch strategic planning and counseling services. Natalie is definitely a blessing to my MBA admission and my success owes a great thank you to her fabulous service.
Thank you again and best wishes!
I wanted to thank you so much again for all your help in the long application process! It absolutely and fully paid off! I would not have gotten through the process so fast and smoothly without your help! Thank you so much! I owe it to you :)
- Accepted to HEC Paris, London Business School, and ESSEC
Jennifer Bloom from Accepted.com was the first admissions consultant who I contacted about my interest in applying to business school. Although I subsequently spoke to 6-7 consultants from different firms, she stood out because of how personalized her advice and responses to me were. She was genuinely enthusiastic about my candidacy and encouraged me to be ambitious about my school selection, which made me apply to Stanford and HBS. She kept me optimistic when I was dinged by HBS and remained optimistic about Stanford. Her lightning-fast responses made me feel that she was personally engaged and that made me more confident about my candidacy. When I received my acceptance from Stanford, I realized that I would never have applied if it were not for her.
- Accepted to Stanford GSB
I wanted to take a moment to let you know how great of an experience I've had working with Natalie over the past several months. When I first started looking at MBA programs last year, I quickly realized that I needed a consultant to navigate the process. The process is much different than college applications, and I had no idea what schools I could reasonably aim for (especially with my nontraditional background). I started the process by calling as many consulting companies as I could and trying to get an understanding of where I stand through their free consultations. The first company I spoke with was an absolute disaster. I was told that I had a weak profile (in so many words), and that I needed to set my sights on lower tier schools. I was told to look at schools ranked ~30-50, and that my reach school should be a school ranked ~20-25, though that was still unlikely. A few weeks later I was referred to Natalie by a friend of mine who had worked with her a few years ago.
My conversation with Natalie was completely different than the other admissions consultants I had spoken to. Natalie was very friendly, warm, and encouraging. We talked about the strengths and weaknesses of my profile, and she eventually decided that my reach school from the other consultant (~20-25) should be my backup school. While I still haven't fully decided on which school I am going to attend, I have options available to me in top 20 programs with major scholarships, and I likely will be taking a spot at Booth, something that I never thought would be possible when I first started looking at MBA programs. I can't emphasize enough how great of an asset Natalie has been for me throughout my application process, and I will definitely be recommending her to anyone I know who is looking to apply to business school!
I am delighted to report some great news. I was accepted to Yale SOM last week and last night I was accepted to MIT Sloan. It goes without saying that I couldn't have done it without you! Thank you so much.When I reached out to other consultants nobody else gave me a shot given my demographic and score. Most in fact highlighted MIT as being one of the least likely options for me. Thanks again for all the help!