HBS Professor Reflects on her First Online Class

Posted on March 27, 2020
To deal with the unprecedented challenges posed by the rising pandemic Covid-19, universities are moving in-person classes to online classes, scheduling all interviews online, canceling admission events, and global immersion trips, extending Round 3 deadlines, and much more. Online Instruction: Harvard professor Francesca Gino wrote a super interesting article about her first Zoom class for…
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Important Update – GRE Testing at Home Starting March 23

Posted on March 23, 2020
Covid- 19 has impacted lives globally in the past two months. Among other things, the GMAT and GRE centers have been shut down to avoid the spread of the pandemic. To safeguard the health of test-takers and enable them to take the test in the comfort and safety of their home, ETS will now be…
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Case Study #2- Full Time MBA From UNC at 38 – A Dream Fulfilled

Posted on March 16, 2020
Every applicant has certain apprehensions and questions about their prospects of admission to top business schools. At MER, we have been addressing clients’ queries and doubts successfully. Sherzod, a 38-years old applicant from Uzbekistan, was under tremendous stress regarding his chances of admission to the schools of his choice. Since older applicants are generally considered…
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7 Things to Do before Round 1 MBA Deadlines

Posted on March 5, 2020
We all know that the MBA application process is extremely challenging and time-consuming. Preparing for the GMAT score, researching schools, attending admission events, writing essays, approaching recommenders- the list of to-do things is endless. It’s natural for people to get overwhelmed in the process. However, by planning and starting early, you can make the application…
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