There’s Still Time to Apply for MBA Round 3!
Strategy Session hosted by The Princeton Review Taiwan and EnvisionMBA
Thinking of enrolling in a MBA program this spring but need to improve your GMAT score or haven’t even taken the test?
The Princeton Review and EnvisionMBA are here to help. Come to our strategy session on Wednesday, December 14th .
We will show you how you can get your GMAT and applications ready just in a few weeks and in time for Round 3 deadlines.
Strategy Session Part -1: Get Ready for the GMAT in Weeks – Presented by The Princeton Review Taiwan
Thinking about preparing for the GMAT during Chinese New Year and taking the test at the end of February? Not satisfied with your GMAT score and want to retake the test in time for Round 3 deadlines? Aaron Lundberg* from the The Princeton Review Taiwan will share with you great tips that will help you get ready for the GMAT, even if you only have 8 weeks. The presentation will briefly introduce you to the structure of the test, explain the intimidating computer-adaptive test format, and teach you some techniques that will help you tackle some of the trickier questions on the test. There will also be a Q&A session to ensure that your questions are answered. By the end, you’ll have learned some concrete ways to improve your GMAT performance.
Strategy Session Part 2: Apply for MBA Round3? Let us help you Get in! – Presented by EnvisionMBA
EnvisionMBA will share its experiences of how it has successfully helped Round 3 applicants get into top schools, e.g. Chicago, NYU, Michigan, UCLA, etc. EnvisionMBA’s experienced consultants will break down the myths surrounding Round 3 and share the secrets to gaining admissions as a Round 3 applicant.
Time: 7:30pm, Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2011
Location: The Princeton Review, Taiwan 2F, 169 Chung Hsiao East Road, Section 4, Taipei, Taiwan
(Light finger food will be provided)
Online registration: http://tinyurl.com/R3lastcall
Seats are limited, please register ASAP!
*Aaron Lundberg is the Director of Graduate Programs at The Princeton Review Taiwan. He holds a B.A. in Economics from Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota. Prior to joining TPRT, he worked for five years as a teacher and tutor with The Princeton Review in the United States.