New York Event – October 16

For those of you who are in the New York area and are craving some MBA admissions insights…Manhattan GMAT will be hosting us at their headquarters on October 16.  It’s a free event – all you have to do is register and sign up.

Most applicants to the top business schools are qualified to attend.  Despite this, acceptance rates are as low as 10% at some top schools.  How can you ensure that your application will rise to the top of this highly qualified pool?  This event will help you answer this question. Some of the topics covered include:

– What the top schools are looking for
– Answers to practical questions such as who to select as a recommender, which schools to apply to and whether to plan a school visit
– Common application mistakes to avoid
– Dispelling business school application myths
– Real life applicant case studies
– Practical advice to help you get started

The speaker, Katie Malachuk, a Private Consultant with Stacy Blackman Consulting, has a BA in Women’s Studies from Harvard University and an MBA from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business. Prior to attending business school, Katie was the Director of Admissions for Teach For America where she created the selection model and oversaw the admissions decisions for over 4,000 applicants annually.

Admission to the event is free and will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis.
Thursday, October 16 from 6:30-8:30 at 138 West 25th Street (btw 6th and 7th Ave), 9th Fl, New York

Visit the Manhattan GMAT website to register for the event!

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