Dear all 2017 MBA applicants,
We at Management Writing Solutions, the MBA assignment writing service would like to have some heart-to-heart with you. Yes, you who are applying for your MBA course this upcoming new year of 2017. If you have been planning to get an application ready for round 1 of the next application cycle but still have not decided about why you even want an MBA, have taken the GMAT/GRE, researched the B-schools, evaluated your own qualifications and have a seat.
We need to talk.
We have been planning to send this letter to you, since the past two weeks of December. This when our phones have been ringing off the hooks from calls of panicking, frantic MBA applicants who are preparing for their applications for this year’s round 2 deadlines. They also have holiday parties lined up with family gatherings, buying Christmas gifts returning some, sales to plan and take full advantages of. Many even had to work while some diad get off work. Continue reading –>
We know the secret sorrows of most MNA pursuant buried under a pile of endless MBA assignments to finish – they are not particularly great at phone interviews! They end up stressing a lot afterwards about not getting the job. But you should know it is not that hard.
We have done our fair share of phone interviews, both on the hiring side of the equation as well as the joining side. So, it might be safe to say that we are pretty qualified to write on this topic.
Here goes our five tips to ace your phone interview:
Take a note of your surrounding (you should also pay attention to this when writing assignments):
If there is a scheduled interview that you have, take precautions in advance to get in a good spot physically.
Never try to take a phone interview at your desk where you cannot talk freely. Also avoid taking a cal when there is too much going on in the background. Another important pro-tip that most interviewees are unaware of is the habit of talking on phone while walking. The subconscious breathlessness that occurs while doing so, affects the interviewer’s judgment about the person talking on phone, you may seem to lack authority in such circumstances when the person on the opposite end of the line does not know you. Continue reading –>
Know the different styles and when to use them: MLA, APA, Chicago & Harvard
You have probably heard several times, that when you are writing an academic paper it is important to use referencing for your writing. But ever asked why it is so important?
If you are writing a piece of work and are making use of other people’s ideas then you have to reference them. To do so you must include detailed information on all the sources you took consultations on, and they should be mentioned in both within your text (as in-text citation) as well as at the end of your writing as a properly formatted reference list. Continue reading –>