Jul 27, 2021
For many students, acceptance to college represents the last set of academic admissions hoops they’ll ever need to jump through. A whole new circus, however, awaits those hoping to earn advanced degrees. Amy and Mike invited educational consultant Linda Abraham to offer practical strategies for getting ready for graduate school.
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MEET OUR GUEST
Linda Abraham is the founder of Accepted and has over two decades of experience helping clients get admitted to top medical, law, business, and graduate schools. She is also the host of the top-rated Admissions Straight Talk podcast.
Linda began helping applicants develop successful admissions strategies and craft distinctive essays in 1994. In addition to advising clients and managing Accepted, she has written and presented extensively on admissions. She also was the co-founder and first president of the Association of International Graduate Admissions Consultants.
Accepted’s clients have been accepted to top professional schools throughout the country including, Harvard, Stanford, Wharton, Columbia, Kellogg, MIT, Darden, Stern, Michigan, Chicago, INSEAD, LBS, and Anderson Business Schools; Harvard, Yale, Stanford, University of Chicago, Columbia, and Boalt Law Schools; and UCSF, UCLA, George Washington, Tulane, NYU, University of Wisconsin, and Tufts Medical Schools.
The Wall St. Journal, The New York Times, The Sunday Times of London, Bloomberg Businessweek, US News, and CBS News are among the media outlets that have sought Linda’s expertise in admissions. Business insider in March named Linda one of “9 MBA consultants, coaches, and admissions experts to know if you want to get into a top business school”
Find Linda at https://www.accepted.com/.
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