Road to Business School: Los Angeles

August 7, 2012
Serina Isch

GMAT blog, GMAT prep, Road to Business School, MBA, MBA admissions, bschoolNext up – Los Angeles…

The GMAT team is on the road this month visiting cities all over the country with our Road to Business School events.  With admissions competition still fierce at top MBA programs, and the MBA job market improving, students and professionals seeking to rebound or advance will want to know invaluable strategies about how to get into business school. For those of you in the LA area that are considering business school, join us on August 11th for our Road to Business School event.  This event is a fantastic opportunity to network with admissions officers from top MBA programs around the nation and the world, learn key strategies for the GMAT, and hear from experts on the admissions process.  Here are the event details:

Road the Business School Los Angeles

Where:

Millennium Biltmore Hotel

506 South Grand Avenue

Los Angeles, CA 90071

When:

Saturday, August 11th from 11AM-2:30PM

To prepare for this event, you’ll want to first register; it’s completely free, but space is limited.  Next, join our Road to Business School Inner Circle contest for a chance to win an edge over the competition.  Next, take a moment or two to jot down your top questions for the admissions officers from the schools you are interested in so that you are ready to make a great first impression. You may even want to get your elevator pitch ready just in case you get put on the spot with one of the admissions officers from your top choice. Finally, do a bit of research on your top schools before the event. A great place to start is the school’s Twitter feed. To get you started, here is a list of the schools joining us in Los Angeles:

Los Angeles RTBS Schools and Twitter Handles:

  1. Babson College – @BabsonMBA
  2. Boston University – @BUManagement
  3. Brandeis International Business School – @BrandeisIBS
  4. California State University – Fullerton (Mihaylo) – @CSUFMihaylo
  5. Carnegie Mellon (Tepper) – @teppercmu
  6. Claremont University (Drucker) – @DruckerSchool
  7. Emory University (Goizueta) – @EmoryGoizueta
  8. Georgetown University (McDonough) – @msbgu
  9. Georgia Tech (Scheller) – @georgiatechbsch
  10. Hult – @Hult_Biz
  11. IE – @IEbusiness
  12. Indiana University (Kelley) – @KelleySchool
  13. INSEAD – @INSEAD
  14. Johns Hopkins (Carey) – @JHUCarey
  15. Melbourne Business School – @MBScarlton
  16. Michigan State University (Broad) – @MSUBroadCollege
  17. New York University (Stern) – @NYUStern
  18. Ohio State (Fisher) – @FisherOSU
  19. Penn State (Smeal) – @SmealCollege
  20. Purdue University (Krannert) – @PurdueKrannert
  21. Southern Methodist University (Cox) – @SMUCox
  22. The Duke MBA (Fuqua) – @DukeFuqua
  23. Thunderbird – @TBirdAdmissions
  24. UC Riverside – @UCRiverside
  25. UC San Diego (Rady) – @RadySchool
  26. UCLA Anderson – @uclaanderson
  27. University of California, Davis – @ucdavismba
  28. University of California, Irvine (Paul Merage) – @UCIrvine_MBA
  29. University of Denver (Daniels) – @uofdenver
  30. University of Illinois – Champaign – @uiucbusiness
  31. University of Maryland (Smith) – @SmithSchool
  32. University of Massachusetts – Amherst (Isenberg) – @IsenbergUMass
  33. University of Minnesota (Carlson) – @CarlsonNews
  34. University of North Carolina (Kenan-Flagler) – @kenanflagler
  35. University of Notre Dame (Mendoza) – @nd_mba
  36. University of Rochester (Simon) – @SimonSchool
  37. University of San Diego – @SanDiegoMBA
  38. University of Southern California (Marshall) – @USCMarshall
  39. University of Texas – Austin (McCombs) – @UTexasMcCombs
  40. University of Washington (Foster) – @UWFosterSchool
  41. Vanderbilt (Owen) – @VanderbiltOwen
  42. Washington University in St. Louis (Olin) – @WUSTLbusiness

Throughout the event, we will be live tweeting from @KaplanGMATprep using hashtag #RTBS. Make sure to check in with us and the schools you are talking to on Twitter. Also, look for great contest opportunities within the next few days leading up to and during the event via Twitter and Instagram (@kaplangmatprep).

We can’t wait to see you on the road to business school!


Serina Isch Serina Isch has taught for Kaplan since 2009. As a former high school English teacher, she started with the pre-college tests ACT, SAT, and PSAT but soon transitioned to grad with the addition of the GRE to her repertoire. Since that time, she also has added the GMAT and LSAT and has scored at the 95th percentile or higher in each test that she teaches. She is a full-time Kaplan instructor who teaches and tutors both on-site and in the anywhere classroom. Serina was named the Kaplan’s Oklahoma Teacher of the year in 2009, 2010, and 2011 and was named Kaplan’s Grad South Region Teacher of the Year in 2010. She holds a BA, summa cum laude, in English from Oklahoma State University and is currently finishing an MA in Technology in Education from Teachers College, Columbia University. When she isn’t helping students get into the grad program of their dreams with Kaplan or working on her own degree, Serina loves to hang out with her two kiddos and her husband Chris, volunteer at her kids’ elementary school, and read anything she can get her hands on.



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