A Great Help! Admitted To Boston University On Scholarship!
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April 12, 2023
Class of 2025 Admit
In Round 1 of this application cycle, 80% of Paul’s Stanford GSB clients advanced, as did 50% of his HBS clients, 71% of his Wharton clients, 75% of his Columbia Business School clients, and 100% of his Booth, Kellogg, and MIT Sloan clients.
Thanks to Paul Bodine’s expert guidance, I was offered admission at Chicago Booth and Dartmouth Tuck, plus a spot on the waitlist at Stanford GSB and MIT Sloan, and an interview at Wharton. I enthusiastically recommend him. Paul is an exceptional, and exceptionally committed, admissions consultant with the experience, wisdom, and perspective to help clients produce applications they’ll be proud to submit.
Let me rewind. In December 2021, I was rejected from three top MBA programs. I knew I wanted to reapply. I also knew I needed to approach my applications differently. So I turned to Poets & Quants to find a consultant who could help. After reading reviews, reaching out, and having initial meetings with six top admissions consultants, my choice was obvious: I had to work with Paul Bodine. As you will find if you talk to him, Paul exudes subject matter authority and expertise (he literally wrote the book Great Applications for Business School) yet he comes off as approachable, curious, and kind.
From January, we met at least once a week. Paul wanted to get to know me. He came prepared with thoughtful questions and conversation starters that pushed me to clarify my goals and explain my experience. And because I work in a non-traditional industry, Paul even read biographies about the founder and owner of my company in his spare time. When, after a few weeks, it became clear to both of us that I would strengthen my application if I could gain additional responsibility at work, Paul helped me craft a pitch to my boss that led to me getting a promotion and a raise.
Do yourself a favour and reach out to Paul Bodine. His guidance is invaluable and his level of commitment is staggering.