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Average Joe: Developing Your Story for Your MBA Application + GIVEAWAY!

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Average Joe: Developing Your Story for Your MBA Application. As cliche as it might sound, applying to business school is all about developing your personal "brand" - the better you showcase who you are to the Admissions Committees, the more impressed they will be. In this last lesson, Joe will teach you how develop and convey your story in your MBA application in the best way possible to impress the AdComs of your dream school!

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Joe Farr is an MBA admissions consulting specialist for Veritas Prep, serving as a Head Consultant for his alma mater, Yale University. While earning his MBA at Yale, Joe was an admissions interviewer and served as a student ambassador for various prospective student events. Having both college and career experience in sports, entertainment and marketing, Joe brings a unique perspective to his consulting and always helps his clients set their goals for business school and beyond, and to market themselves accordingly.

If you’d like to learn more about Veritas Prep’s MBA consulting and speak to a friendly consultant like Joe, go to http://www.veritasprep.com/business-school/

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