Our team has worked in MBA Admissions teams and in managerial roles at leading global firms. We know how business schools read the application, what they like (and dislike), how they evaluate candidates and what they are looking for in an interview. And we will share this inside perspective with you, so you can understand the unspoken agenda of MBA Admissions.
Professional Admissions Consultants
We are located in New York City and work with clients globally. We take only a selected number of clients every year, so we can dedicate all the time and attention our clients need, throughout the year and of course during the deadline season. That’s what makes our unlimited application packages a hit.
When you decide to work with us on your application, you will work with a dedicated advisor from soup to nuts; our advisors are all MBA alumni, accomplished editors, professionals with a passion for business and editing.
Learn more about Yael Redelman-Sidi, the founder of Admit1MBA, to understand how we operate and what we bring to the table.
Meet Our Founder
* MBA Alumna from NYU Stern School of Business
* Member of the Admissions Office at NYU Stern School of Business
* Industry experience includes Investment Banking, Telecommunication and start-ups
When I applied to business school, I was lucky enough to find an advisor who guided me through the process, and helped me highlight my unique personality and experience, as well as my (somewhat lofty) career ambitions at the time. Throughout the years, I saw that many applicants were very concerned about the editing of their essay, but didn’t spend enough time reflecting on their experience and identifying the stories that would make them attractive to business school. I decided to take another approach, one that focused first on finding the applicant’s unique perspective and personality, and later on creating the essays that would bring them to light.
While the MBA application process is by nature an intensive and stressful experience, I find that the essay brainstorming and writing can be quite an easy one, once you have the right guidance and the perspective of an MBA admissions insider.
What Clients Say
Accepted into HBS! I have been buried in overwhelming joy and excitement as I learned that HBS made an admission offer to me. I just want to quickly share this hard-to-believe news with you. Without your guidance all along I am not sure whether this would be possible.
So I have very exciting news! I was accepted at Stanford! Thank you for all of your help!
I got the call from INSEAD: I am in!!!! So I am very happy and thank you for all your help! I have no doubt that without you the application wouldn’t have been as excellent as it was.
Yael, I cannot thank you enough for your endless support, patience, and guidance throughout this process. Without your positive energy, I am certain I would not be attending Wharton this fall!
Yael, just got the call from Insead, I’m in !!!!Anyway I thought you should be one of the first to know!
This week I was offered admission to Columbia Business School’s EMBA program. I was very happy about this decision and wanted to thank you again very much for your support in putting together my application – certainly nothing I could have done on my own.
I wanted to say a big thank you! I got into Cornell Thanks a lot..again!! it became possible only with your help!! so you too deserve a lot of credit!!
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