EdElevate experts, with our time tested strategies, help students with interviews preparation by providing guidance on answering common interview questions, developing a structured thought process, practising mock interviews, and building confidence. We provide personalised feedback to help students present themselves in the best possible light during the interview and ace the interview.
If you have reached this stage, congratulations on getting the interview call! This is a reinforcement that the admissions committee is definitely interested in your profile and this is your chance to impress them. We will prepare you thoroughly with EdElevate’s tips, guides, and time-tested strategies on how to be successful. We will guide you on how to not get intimidated by the process and develop a structured thought process, helping you retain your calmness quotient even in the toughest situations. Through our interview preparation session, we craft narratives, build a structured thought process, and provide you tips to ace the interview. And through our mock sessions, we perfect your approach to give you an edge.
What’s more, we will also discuss questions that you can ask the admissions committee about their programs and how to follow-up post the interview.
Objectively, a good GRE/GMAT score is one that is competitive with the average scores of admitted students in your desired program. However, to know if your GRE/GMAT is high enough, you have to take into account other aspects of your profile. If your CGPA is below average and you have little or no professional experience, then a high GRE/GMAT score can help you offset the other gaps in your profile. On the other hand, if you have a high CGPA and have garnered extensive professional experience, then even average GRE and GMAT scores may be fine for you. (Link to Retaking the GMAT blog)
Opting for a STEM program in the US can provide students with a wide range of opportunities and advantages, making it a popular and rewarding choice. Choosing a STEM program not only opens up more research and career opportunities, but also means that you will be eligible for an additional STEM Optional Practical Training period to work in the US for an additional 24 months, for a total of 36 months (3 years).
To know how you can benefit from a STEM program, while applying for an H1 visa, read more here. (Link to STEM blog)
Applying for an MBA is a long and nerve-wracking process. From helping me articulate my personal story to preparing for the interview, the EdElevate team enabled me to put my best foot forward. I can be a bit of a worrier, but Umesh sir and Bhanu were extremely patient mentors.
I would like to thank the entire EdElevate team for helping me with the admission process for Master’s in US Universities. The team patiently guided me in shortlisting universities, drafting my SOP and LORs and in my interview preparation. They were always approachable on the phone for any kind of queries. I received admits from multiple highly ranked universities because of their efforts and guidance. I would like to recommend EdElevate to everyone aiming for the best admits.
EdElevate’s hands-on approach beginning from short listing of colleges right till the end to receiving acceptance letters and visa interview assistance is commendable. Moreover, the essays are tailor made and assistance in this regard is exactly to your requirements. It was an enriching experience with EdElevate.