A guide to my resources for reapplicants


Jan, 14, 2013


Categories: Admissions Consulting | application | Reapplication | Essays | MBA | MBA留学 | reapplication

I wanted to let readers to my blog know about my resources for reapplicants. I think the best place to start is my June 2010 Reapplication for Success Webinar Transcript and Slides.  Also see MBA Reapplication: Why were you dinged? Now what?

 

For a more introspective take on graduate admissions rejection and recovery, please see The Warren Buffett Club: Thoughts on MBA Rejection.  While this post focuses on MBA application rejection, it applies to LL.M. and other graduate courses as well.

 

I love working with reapplicants because they approach the admissions process with a level of commitment, realism, and focus that only the best first-time applicants can match.  Failure is a harsh teacher, but for intelligent people, a great one. For fall 2011, my reapplicant clients obtained admission at HBS, Stanford GSB, Haas, Chicago Booth, INSEAD and Columbia University Law School LL.M as well as number of other programs.

When a client comes to me for reapplication, I typically review one or more their applications and the use that as basis for developing a new set of winning strategies. Most reapplicants are coming to me for the first time, though I have certainly worked with an existing clients who come to me for reapplication after an initial effort has not succeeded. I customize my reapplication service to meet a meet client’s specific needs as I offer reapplication counseling as part of both a one-time service and as part of comprehensive counseling.


-Adam Markus
I am a graduate admissions consultant who works with clients worldwide. If you would like to arrange an initial consultation, please complete my intake form. Please don't email me any essays, other admissions consultant's intake forms, your life story, or any long email asking for a written profile assessment. The only profiles I assess are those with people who I offer initial consultations to. Please note that initial consultations are not offered when I have reached full capacity or when I determine that I am not a good fit with an applicant.

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