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Case Study #5- A Veteran’s Journey to Duke Fuqua, Tepper, and Cornell

Posted on September 18, 2020
Introduction: After serving in the military for a few years, veterans make a transition into civilian life.  Some immediately get a job on the civilian side, while others decide to return to school after the military to prepare themselves for a new career. After having served in the military for three years, former MER client…
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Case Study #4: Tale of a Harvard, Stanford, Kellogg, Wharton, and INSEAD Admit

Posted on August 15, 2020
Prospective applicants are always curious to know what it takes for people to receive admission offers from the world's top MBA programs.  There is no magic formula for success. It takes years of hard work, perseverance, focus, drive, positivity, and faith in oneself to realize your dreams. Mansi Dhiman, a former MER client, embodies all…
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Case Study #3: How a Re-applicant got into 5 good MBA Programs with Scholarships

Posted on April 9, 2020
Although every applicant has specific concerns about their chances of admission to the top business schools, their apprehensions multiply manifold when they have already faced rejection once. Nitish's application got rejected by Rice and ISB last year, but this neither dampened his spirit nor deterred him from applying the following year again. MER worked with…
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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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