A few months ago, I woke up one morning and realized that Accepted.com has an enormous amount of b-school-specific information scattered around it. We have blog posts, chat transcripts, and interview feedback that all relate to individual MBA programs. I also realized that Accepted.com lacked a central place that organized it and made it easy for someone interested in a particular MBA program to access that information.
The preceding paragraph is history. To fill the need for information organized by school, Accepted.com (actually its webmaster Synet Systems), developed the B-school Zones section of Accepted.com. Here and now on one page you can now find all the information at Accepted.com about a given b-school. These pages contain a link to the school’s web site, basic school stats, Accepted.com chat transcripts, links to the latest interview feedback, recent blog posts, and service options geared specifically to that top MBA program. And this page will update automatically as more information is added to Accepted.com.
We have set up zones for the following schools:
London Business School
UC Berkeley Haas
Oh yes, you read above about our School Comprehensive Packages correctly. I am not trying to slip something past you. We are adding school-specific services to our offerings. In response to repeated requests for flat-rate services for specific MBA programs, Accepted.com’s Comprehensive School Packages will include advising, essay editing, resume editing, and interview coaching for a given school. We intend these school packages to provide a comprehensive set of services for specific programs — and a strong foundation in admissions that you will be able to leverage as you apply to additional schools, when you probably will switch to either individual essay packages or our hourly services on an as-needed basis.
We are going to have comprehensive packages for all the school listed above as the 2007 applications come out. Right now, we have comprehensive packages for
Other schools will be added as their applications come out.
So if you want all the mentoring and advice through your entire Harvard application process that you could possibly need, or you want to see everything at Accepted.com on Haas, check out Accepted.com’s B-School Zones.
BTW, Accepted.com has received many excellent ideas from Acceptees (If you are reading this, you are an Acceptee.) If you have some suggestions for Accepted.com or feedback specifically on our new b-school zones, please feel free to either post them in a comment or email me (labrahamATaccepted.com).