MBA Prep Event in San Francisco

For those of you who live in San Francisco, Stacy Blackman Consulting will be teaming up with the “GMAT Guru” for an MBA Boot Camp. It’s an all day workshop that we have been doing for the past three years. It’s essentially free and I am sure that any of you who are applying to school this year will benefit. Details are below and on our website.

Date: Saturday, July 14, 2007
Time: 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Location: 88 First Street (at Mission), San Francisco, CA
Price: $25*

This hands-on workshop is more than a basic information session – it will cover key aspects of MBA admissions, allowing attendees to actively develop their personal marketing strategy via interactive exercises. Attendees will leave this workshop with practical information to help them succeed and move forward with their applications effectively and confidently.

The workshop also includes a GMAT information session and mini-course. This two hour section of the Boot Camp will cover all of the major question types tested on the exam, review some of the best self study materials on the market and provide valuable strategic insights needed to score 700+ on the exam.

*At the end of the session, all attendees will receive $25 worth of GMAT study materials.

Seema Kumar, Consultant, Stacy Blackman Consulting
Seema received her MBA from the Harvard Business School and her BS in computer science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
While at the management consulting firm, Bain & Company, Seema worked in a wide variety of industries including Non-Profit, Manufacturing, Private Equity, Consumer Products and others. Her in depth understanding of an array of issues enables her to successfully work with applicants from any field.

Crowan Roberts, President, The GMAT Guru
Crowan, President and Founder of the GMAT Guru, scored 790 (99.9th
percentile) on the GMAT and has developed proprietary GMAT Guru methods to help his clients follow in his footsteps. In the last two years, over 40 GMAT Guru clients have scored at or above 700 on the exam.

To sign up, visit

I hope some of you cab make it!

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