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This guide was written for active-duty or recently-separated military candidates trying for a full-time American MBA program as the next stage in their journey. This guide is specifically for American vets and servicemembers. If you’re coming to bschool from another country’s armed services, some of this may still apply however you may be in a different category of candidate than the generalizations we’ll be discussing here, based on the more unique profile you may have.
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The Military MBA Getting-In Guide
First published in: 2014
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I thought getting over the GRE/GMAT hurdle was fairly straightforward--disciplined study then test execution. It was the essay and resume writing that scared me. Most of the advice on the school sites is too general, and other veterans only have a single data point on applications (their own). Fortunately, a fellow vet turned me to Essay Snark, and it has been immensely helpful. This military guide is a great starting point, and you should definitely buy the school specific guides for the schools you are interested in applying to.
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