With summer already in full swing and the 2011-2012 MBA admissions season just around the corner, EsayEdge is excited to announce several new products and initiatives designed specifically to help MBA applicants maximize their chance of admission at even the most competitive programs worldwide.
First off, we are now offering two brand new admissions essay services in the MBA market.
For applicants who are not native English speakers, or those who want editing help that is particularly focused on detailed proofreading, the new ESL Service provides an initial proofread, up to a week of interaction with your editor, and a full Standard Service edit (one proofread and one critique). You can add a phone consultation with your editor and/or an additional final proofread for an extra fee.
The ESL Service is also available in a rush variant that provides a proofread, editor interaction, and Standard Service edit in 72 hours total.
For applicants who have not yet started writing essays and who would like to take advantage of the EssayEdge MBA Video Course while also benefiting from an EssayEdge MBA editing service, we now offer a Video Course & Essay Editing package deal that combines video course access with a Standard Editing service of your choice. View the video course as often as you’d like for up to 60 days, and when you’re ready (within that 60-day window) submit your draft essay(s) to EssayEdge to receive one-on-one help from an experienced MBA admissions editor.
Finally, the redesigned EssayEdge MBA homepage now provides detailed prompt analysis for the 2011-2012 admissions essays at top MBA programs. We’ve already uploaded breakdowns of the Harvard Business School (HBS), Stanford GSB, and Chicago Booth essay prompts for this year. Over the next couple months, we will be updating that page regularly with essay prompt analyses for even more top MBA programs. Bookmark the page and check back often (or you can just follow us on Twitter!).
Enjoy the rest of your summer, but be sure to start early when it comes to your MBA application essays – giving yourself extra time will almost always result in significantly better essays.