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4 Years of Graduate Admissions at Standford &USC Marshall
Tiffany received her B.A. in Economics and Geography at UCLA and her M.A. in Educational Leadership at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Post-graduate school, Tiffany joined the graduate admissions team at Stanford University as an Assistant Director.
She reviewed thousands of graduate applications and provided admit recommendations for committee review for the Graduate School of Business and Electrical Engineering department.
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Tiger Cai is a Cornell MBA graduate, Director of Corporate Finance & Strategy at Viasat, which recently ranked #12 on Fortune’s Change the World list, previously a senior consultant in PwC’s Advisory team, and a part of Cornell Johnson Admissions Group (JAG).
His passion and focus are specifically on MBA admissions preparation and advising on admissions strategy, essay writing, resume crafting, and mock interview prep. His approach is completely personalized and specifically about positioning a compelling and inspiring story to the Admissions Committee.
Confused about which MBA Application Round you should apply in?
Then the answer is first to know the difference between round 1 and round 2 mba and then understand your application quality.
If you have any doubts about your application or essays that need more work, we'd suggest applying for Round 2 MBA. The link provided below will help you learn more about MBA round 2