Getting the MBA Edge - Wharton 2011/12 (Preview Guide) [NOOK Book]

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The Wharton edition of this international bestselling series is intended to be a resource and guide for those evaluating the world's top MBA programs to learn more about the school and the application process beyond the ‘official story.’

It provides in-depth analysis of the Wharton MBA program including: ...
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Getting the MBA Edge - Wharton 2011/12 (Preview Guide)

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Overview

The Wharton edition of this international bestselling series is intended to be a resource and guide for those evaluating the world's top MBA programs to learn more about the school and the application process beyond the ‘official story.’

It provides in-depth analysis of the Wharton MBA program including:
- Changes and trends in the Wharton MBA Application and impact for applicants
- Analysis of the latest admissions essays, with clear advice on how to approach them
- 5 things behind the numbers that you didn’t know about Wharton
- The future of path of the Wharton MBA Academic Program
- Notes on the past and future of the application from a former admissions committee member
- Key themes driving the future of the Wharton MBA Program
- 5 things you thought you knew about the Wharton MBA Application
- 5 things you did not know about the Wharton MBA Application
- Breakdown of the MBA interview process at Wharton
- Student Voices on all aspects of the Wharton experience

"A wonderful resource" - Judith Silverman Hodara, former acting Admissions Director, Wharton School
"Accepted to Wharton thanks to your book" - Teddy Ngu

This is the only book on MBAs that has been officially supported and sponsored by Goldman Sachs, McKinsey & Co., BCG, Bain & Co., Booz, AT Kearney, Novartis, Cap Gemini and Roland Berger & Partners.
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Meet the Author

Alex C. Fleming, Wharton MBA Class of 2009

Alex started his career as Nuclear Engineer serving aboard US Navy submarines. He also worked for the US State Department and McKinsey & Company. After graduation, Alex began work as Operations Consultant for a major consulting firm. He completed a Johns Hopkins SAIS MA in International Relations at the same time as his Wharton degree.

During his tenure at Wharton, Alex worked as a paid student member of the Admissions Committee, Chair of the Volunteer Admissions Committee, Board Member for the Admissions Fellow Selection Board, and Strategic Consultant to the Admissions Office after graduation.
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