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MBA Admissions Advisory

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MBA Admissions Advisory

  1. 1. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 1
  2. 2. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 2 αMBA Admissions Advisory Study Abroad in North America, Europe, Asia Universities・High Schools・Middle Schools! Japan’s best support quality!
  3. 3. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential • Sumitomo Corporation (Accounting Dept.  New York  Project Finance Team) • Graduate of Chicago University MBA • Goldman Sachs Securities Investment Bank (M&A・Financing・PE Investment Advisory) • Founded α Academy • Complete advisory in Job hunting, Study abroad, MBA Applications etc.!! Toshihiko Irisumi (TJ)
  4. 4. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential About αAcademy  Mission:Maximizing everyone’s potential  Vision:A Dojo for nurturing world leaders and have over 50,000 people registered • Graduates and enrolled students from top universities such as Harvard, Stanford, and Chicago. • Young professionals from leading companies • Top students from Tokyo U, Kyoto U, Waseda, Keio etc. • Expanding our support for middle school and high school students! 4
  5. 5. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 5 What is MBA  Master of Business Administration  Various kinds as one of world’s top class programs  Learn profound knowledge in strategy, accounting, financing, marketing, IT, legal, negotiations etc.  Generally a 2-year full-time program  1-year programs in recent years (Europe): INSEAD、CAMBRIDGE、OXFORD  Asia’s MBA starting to gain attention : India, Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai etc.  Domestic MBA programs also available: Keio, Hitotsubashi etc.  Ultimate goal is to ‘maximize everyone’s potential’ x ‘global top level network’
  6. 6. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 6 The Best U.S. MBA 2016 1. Stanford University 2. Harvard University 3. University of Pennsylvania (Wharton) 4. University of Chicago (Booth) 5. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan) 6. Northwestern University (Kellogg) 7. University of California, Berkeley (Haas) 8. Columbia University 9. Dartmouth College (Tuck) 10. University of Virginia (Darden) 11. New York University (Stern) 12. Duke University (Fuqua) 13. Yale University 14. UCLA (Anderson) 15. Cornell University Source: US News
  7. 7. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 7 The Best Europe MBA 2014 1. LBS (UK) 2. HEC Paris (France) 3. IE Business School (Spain) 4. ESADE Business School (Spain) 5. INSEAD (France) 6. University of St Gallen (Switzerland) 7. IESE Business School (Spain) 8. SDA Bocconi(Italy) 9. IMD (Switzerland) 10. University of Oxford Said(UK) 11. Rotterdam School of Management (Netherlands) 12. ESCP Europe (France) 13. Imperial College Business School(UK) 29.University of Cambridge Source: FT
  8. 8. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 8 The Global MBA 2014 1. Harvard Business School 2. London Business School 3. University of Pennsylvania 4. Stanford GSB 5. INSEAD 6. Columbia Business School 7. Lese Business School 8. MIT Sloan 9. University of Chicago Booth 10. University of California at Berkley 14. HKUST Business School 14. Northwestern University(Kellogg) 28. University of Hong Kong 30. CUHK Business School 31. National University of Singapore Source: FT
  9. 9. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 9 Preparation for North America/Europe’s MBA Admissions HBS: ① A Habit of Leadership ② Capacity for Intellectual Growth ③ Engaged Community Citizenship Stanford GSB: ① Intellectual Vitality ② Demonstrated Leadership Potential ③ Personal Qualities and Contributions
  10. 10. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential PLAN for MBA 1. Target Setting 2. Resume 3. TOEFL/IELTS 4. GMAT/GRE 5. Scholarship 6. Campus Visits 7. Extra-Curricular Activity 8. Essays 9. Recommendation Letters 10.Interview Preparation
  11. 11. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 11 Preparation for North America/Europe’s MBA Admissions  GMAT : 680 over (Accepted in Kellogg with 620!)  TOEFL : 105 over (Need above 109 for HBS)  Essay: • Convincing Essays (Clear Goal & Professional/Social Activity)  English Proficiency: Prove you can contribute to the class and community  Recommendation 2-3: Bosses, Clients, and Professors  Resume: Brilliant Experience  GPA Transcript: Higher is the better  Interview: Great character, deep understanding of school, and realistic vision
  12. 12. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 12 Study Abroad Expenses Investment 1.Tuition fees:US$ 100,000~130,000 2.Living expenses:US$ 60,000~100,000 3.Total:est. US$ 200,000 (est. 2 mil. yen) Payback methods 1. Scholarship utilization 2. Student loans 3. Payback after graduation(2-3 years in investment banks, consulting firms)
  13. 13. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 13 Post-MBA Career 1. Strategic consulting ⇒ Business firms/Venture 2. Investment Banks ⇒ VC・PE 3. Business/venture 4. Marketing (LVMH etc.) 5. Entrepreneurship GlobalxManagementxAptitude
  14. 14. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 14 MBA Graduate Network 1. MBA’s global network cannot be bought with money 2. Any type of MBA is subject to connection 3. Up to you to decide whether to utilize that or not
  15. 15. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Questions from top MBA schools ・ Columbia University Why are you pursuing an MBA at this point in your career, and how do you plan to achieve your immediate and long term post-MBA professional goals? ・ Stanford University What matters most to you, and why? What do you want to do—REALLY— ・ Columbia, Pennsylvania University Describe a personal experience and how it has influenced who you are today. This essay should have a personal rather than a professional focus.
  16. 16. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Alpha boasts the highest acceptance rate in MBA School Admission advisory! Reach for your success with Alpha Academy! 16 Admissions for top MBA Schools? α!
  17. 17. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Overwhelming acceptance in Columbia, Wharton, UC Berkeley, Chicago, Harvard, Stanford, UCLA, Kellogg, LBS, INSEAD, HEC, Spain MBA etc.!! 17 Admissions for top MBA Schools in North America/Europe? α!
  18. 18. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Overwhelming acceptance in Asia’s top MBA schools such as HKUST, HKU, CUHK,NUS, INSEAD, SMU etc. 18 Admissions for top MBA Schools in Asia? α!
  19. 19. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential αMBA Advisory students Acceptance rate of 100%! 19 ※出願したひとのみ
  20. 20. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Fulbright! CPA Scholarship! Successful beneficiaries ! ! 20
  21. 21. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Alpha Academy’s career support also brings absolute success! In foreign consulting, investment banks, trading firms, global companies etc.!! 21
  22. 22. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 1. Story Strategy 2. Establishing grounds 3. WET strategy 22 3 WHYs so Powerful?
  23. 23. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Accepted in trading firms, finance, consulting, Manufacturing etc., 23 Japan’s best MBA study abroad Support!
  24. 24. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Treasures you can gain from MBA 1. Clear Vision 2. Professional knowledge 3. Global credibility 4. Strong confidence 5. A variety of career options
  25. 25. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 25 Things that many people lack 1. Clear goal/career strategy 2. Global experience 3. Leadership / professional experience 4. Extracurricular activities 5. A ‘selling’ mentality
  26. 26. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 26 FAQ on MBA 1. Test scores are low… 2. GPA is low … 3. Expense is too much… 4. Which programs to choose from… 5. Career path after graduation…
  27. 27. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential September Entry ・Early June-Sept ・1st Oct.(40%) ・2nd Jan.(40%) ・3rd Mar.(20%) 27 Application Schedule
  28. 28. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential αAdvisor Maximizes your potentials! Advisors that bring out the best of you from a neutral and objective POV
  29. 29. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Who gets accepted and who does NOT <Patterns that get accepted to MBA> 1. Decides that they will go no matter what 2. Retains initial investment・advisors ASAP 3. Does NOT compromise. Prepares thoroughly 4. Executes what needs to be done (Tests, resume, essay, campus visits etc. ) 5. Acceptance to MBA!
  30. 30. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Who gets accepted and who does NOT <Patterns of those that does NOT get accepted> 1. Constantly wonders whether to go or not 2. Too late in retaining investments and advisors 3. Lacks consistency in preparation 4. Does NOT execute what needs to be done (academics, extracurricular activities, visits, essay etc. ) 5. No acceptance
  31. 31. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential When to go? • HBS Average age - 27 • Majority 25-29 • Difficult for 32 and above • Prep ~ Entry, 2years • Entry ~ grad, 2years • Current age+4years < 32
  32. 32. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Points in school selection • North America, Europe, Asia? • Graduated school level • 2 years or 1 year? • School atmosphere • Career opportunities • Career options after graduation
  33. 33. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Points in school selection • Go where you wish to go! • What do you want to do after graduating? • Where you graduate from is of utter importance • Come back to your own country after graduating? • NY、SF、LDN、HK • Efficiency wise, Asia!
  34. 34. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Points in school selection • Educational background important • America7+LBS+INSEAD • Go to America 20? • Oxbridge, ◯ • HKU, NUS also ◯ • But what is really important?
  35. 35. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Recommending Asia MBA! • High academic level! • Best Asian network • Exchange programs to America/Europe • High employment rate! • Work/venture in Asia! • High ROI!
  36. 36. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Points in school selection • You only live once! • Strategic approach in deciding where to go! • But NO over-ambition! • Effectiveness is also critical • A lot of things need to be done! • GO! Rather than dawdling!
  37. 37. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Important points in getting accepted! 1. Best Resume 2. Best Essay 3. Best Recommendation 4. Campus Visits 5. Best Interview
  38. 38. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Strategy for Asia’s MBA 1. Best Resume 2. Get appointment! 3. Campus visit/Interview 4. Essay・Test! 5. Acceptance!
  39. 39. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 39 Early Preparation is the path to success! Prepare thoroughly to prevent regrets. Prepare with αMBA Dojo.
  40. 40. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential What to do 40 With αMBA Dojo MBA Entry!
  41. 41. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 41 Things conducted at αMBA Dojo 1. Drafting best resume 2. Drafting best essay 3. Strategic application 4. Best recommendation preparation 5. Best interview preparation
  42. 42. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 42 αMBA acceptance support • Online Individual advisory x Dojo Lectures • Your mentor leads you to success! • Complete support until acceptance • America/Europe/Asia MBA Absolute entry! • Application acceptance rate of 100% • Dojo that prepares you with career support even after your acceptance
  43. 43. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential What to do 43 Absolute entry acceptance with αMBA Advisory!
  44. 44. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 44 αMBA Absolute acceptance support ①Individual Advisory +②Dojo lecture +③Mock interview preparation
  45. 45. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 45 1. Advance with α individual advisory • Your advisor is selected from the best MBA current student・graduates • Your own support team is available • Ask anytime via online chat • Best resume support • Thorough self-analysis, establish LTG • Resume, Essay, Recommendation thorough reviews!Best quality! • Best admissions records!
  46. 46. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 46 2. Learn theories via α dojo lecture • Learn MBA acceptance know-hows • Theories, self-analysis, reason for application, resume prep, essay prep, recommendation prep, interview prep etc. • Admission preparation also avail. • Watch lecture video ASAP! • Watch as many as you want (worth $50/vid)
  47. 47. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 47 3.Special interview training@ SKYPE • After Individual Advisory, video lectures, practice is all! • Real interview preparation • Become efficient with practice! • Feedback from mentors • Practice anything with English • Solidify MBA acceptance!
  48. 48. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 48 Win! Win! Reach for Success!!!
  49. 49. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 49 There is no point in having regrets! Prepare thoroughly to prevent regrets. Prepare with αMBA Dojo. There is no point in having regrets!
  50. 50. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 50 Now available, 「Free Consultation」
  51. 51. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Any Questions? Feel free to add me! 51 Toshihiko Irisumi On Facebook
  52. 52. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential EOP 52
  53. 53. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Outline of MBA/Application 53
  54. 54. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 54 FAQ  What are the advantages of going for MBA What is different between domestic and overseas MBA? How can I get accepted into top MBA programs How can I get high scores in TOEFL, GMAT? What are the MBA admissions looking for? How much is the expense? What are the career paths after graduation? Is the alumni network being utilized?
  55. 55. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Application period • Early ROUND: Deadline Sept. • 1st ROUND: Oct. (50% accepted) • 2nd ROUND: Jan.(+40%) • 3rd ROUND: Mar.(+10%) • Able to apply once a year • Re-apply a year later should you fail 55
  56. 56. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 3 types in entry • Accepted! > Entry • Waitlist > In reserve • Deny > disqualification 56
  57. 57. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Application process 1. Documents(Resume, Essay, Recommendation letters (2-3), academic transcript (GPA), general information> 20% 2. Interview!> 70% 3. Acceptance 57
  58. 58. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential How to get an interview? 1. Resume 2. Essay 3. Recommendation letter (Generally 2~3) 4. TOEFL 105 5. GMAT 700 6. Campus visit (audit, meet current students, admission etc.) 58
  59. 59. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Preparation period? 1. Resume > 3−4months 2. Essay > 2months(pro) 3. Recommendation letter>2 months 4. TOEFL > 5months 5. GMAT > 5months 6. Campus visit> 1W 59
  60. 60. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential MBA preparation course 1. Study abroad in world’s top schools 2. Apply in 3rd year, take off in 4th year 3. Graduate in 6th year(age?) 4. 30=15+15(point of apply) 5. Unconditional acceptance in MBA! 60
  61. 61. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential When is entry? 1. Apply this year >enter Sept. of next year 2. Apply next year>Enter Sept in 2 years 3. Graduation + 2 years 61
  62. 62. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential When is entry? 1. Apply in 2015 > 2016/9 2. Apply in 2016 > 2017/9 3. Apply in 2017 > 2018/9 4. Graduation + 2 years 5. For foreign investment, employment in associate>to 30 62
  63. 63. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Caution? 1. Extracurricular activities 2. Columbia University>3 extracurricular activities during student life, 3 in social life 3. Essay:「What are your achievements apart from work?」 4. Activities:Anything in line of goal 5. Setting long-term goal important 63
  64. 64. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Necessity of preparing from 1st year after graduation 1. Leadership (Work) 2. Leadership (Extracurricular) 3. Global(Work/Extracurricular) 4. Achievements 5. TOEFL/IELTS 2 years 6. GMAT/GRE 5 years 7. Who to ask for recommendation letters 8. Campus visit (Autumn) 64
  65. 65. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 65 αBest MBA How to write Essay
  66. 66. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Points being evaluated 1. Leadership 2. Academic achievements 3. Social contributions 66
  67. 67. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Best MBA Essay 1. Leadership • Work・Volunteer・PM experience • Global experience 2. Academic achievements • Achievements other than test scores 3. Social contributions • Volunteer • Potential 4. Fitness to the institution 5. Future expectations 67
  68. 68. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Evaluation points 1. Is he/she a leader? 2. Does he/she have teamwork? 3. Doe he/she have global experience?? 4. Is he/she smart? 5. Does he/she have social contributions? 6. What will he/she bring to our institution? 7. How well will he/she do after graduating? 8. Will he/she understand our school? 9. Does he/she have good recommendations? 10. Is he/she worth having an interview? 68
  69. 69. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Questions 1. Long-term goal 2. Short-term goal 3. Reasons 4. Why MBA? 5. Why now? 6. Why us? 7. Why you? 8. How will you contribute? 69
  70. 70. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Questions from top MBA schools ・ Columbia University Why are you pursuing an MBA at this point in your career, and how do you plan to achieve your immediate and long term post-MBA professional goals? ・ Stanford University What matters most to you, and why? What do you want to do—REALLY— ・ Columbia, Pennsylvania University Describe a personal experience and how it has influenced who you are today. This essay should have a personal rather than a professional focus.
  71. 71. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Best MBA Essay Make a ‘portfolio’ of the list below 1. Leadership • Work・Volunteer・PM experience • Global experience 2. Academic achievements • Achievements other than test scores 3. Social contributions • Volunteer • Potential 4. Fitness to the institution 5. Future expectations 71
  72. 72. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Get Acceptance With Alpha Academy’s Essay Support! 72
  73. 73. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 73 αMBA Campus Tour
  74. 74. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Reasons why you should absolutely visit ・Understand program ・Admission ・Commitment 74 MUST VISIT MBAs!
  75. 75. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential ・America(Mid Apr.) ・Europe(Early May) ・America/Europe (Early Oct) ・Asia(Early Nov.) 75 αMBA Visit Program
  76. 76. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential ・Resume preparation ・Lunch with current students ・Appointment with Admission office ・Lecture audit 76 αMBA Visit Program
  77. 77. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential ・What kind of impressions do you want to make? ・Confident in English? ・or Not? 77 αMBA Visit Program
  78. 78. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Recent Trend 78
  79. 79. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 79 MBA Application, Now!  TOEFL’s extension(some have taken over 67 times!)  GMAT an alternative for those having a hard time with TOEFL  Great increase in the number of students studying abroad  For privately funded students, many quit along the way  For publicly funded students, very hard to enter top schools  Age of 32 is the limit  Campus visit is a MUST  For HBS, most have native English level  Popular for top business firms/venture firms  Not so popular for banks, CPA, etc.  Many people have a gap between their goal and MBA  Some get accepted everywhere, whereas some get nothing  Transition to IELTSxGRE. 1-year program very popular!  Asia’s MBA popular!Asia, Entrepreneurship. Strong in job market!  Counselors for foreigners 1~1.50 mil yen>For alpha, it is only 300k yen
  80. 80. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 80 Strategy is important!  Best resumes take up to 3 months  Short-term on TOEFL or else do something else (TOEIC/ IELTS)  Finish GMAT first. (or GRE)  Utilize study abroad counseling firms as a ‘one-point’ support  For privately-funded, concentrate short term. Finish within this year!  For publicly-funded, concentrate thoroughly on essay  Campus visit is a 「MUST」  Write resume for campus visit. Become friendly with Admission  Story strategy.(connect your long-term goal, current career, and MBA)  For volunteer activities, establish a long-term goal  Leadership x Global x Polish your English  Your goal and MBA is well connected  Have an advisory for MBA applications  Execute WET strategy simultaneously  Believe that you will succeed!
  81. 81. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 81 Get acceptance with αMBA Advisory  You can get in to top schools with α MBA application advisory!  100% acceptance rate at Columbia, WHARTON, INSEAD etc.  Enjoy a service worth 1mil yen, for only 300k yen with individual support  Thorough support until your application is submitted  Overseas students can also benefit with SKYPE  Best resume, best essay, extra curricular activity support, campus visit, interview prep etc.!  Advice in scoring high on TOEFL, GMAT)  Thorough goal setting and WHY MBA, WHY THIS SCHOOL preparation  Best essay drafts  Over 40 applicants this year! !Counseling service also launched!  Many students from rural areas or overseas!  Support until you are accepted!  For those interested, individual consultation!admin@alpha-leaders.jp First, apply for αMBA free consultation!
  82. 82. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential MBA Dojo for those Aiming for MBA!  1st year • Thorough preparation • Extracurricular activities (Leadership) • TOEFL、GMAT • Network development(MBA)  2nd year • Globalized preparation • Extracurricular activities (Leadership • TOEFL、GMAT • RESUME • Campus visit(MBA) • Network development(MBA)  3rd year Apply, MBA acceptance!  4th year MBA Entry! 82
  83. 83. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 83 3 points for top MBA schools  Set a firm goal  Prepare with the right strategy  Execute with excellence Anyone can be accepted to MBA!!
  84. 84. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential αMBA Advisory Applicants, All accepted! Acceptance rate, 100%! 84
  85. 85. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential αMBA Dojo 85 ※出願したひとのみ
  86. 86. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Alpha already boasts the highest acceptance rate in Japan. Get your acceptance letter with αMBA Advisory and study in North America/Europe! 86 If you are aiming for top MBA schools, α!
  87. 87. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Columbia, Wharton, Chicago, UC Berkeley, Harvard, Stanford, UCLA, Kellogg, LBS, INSEAD, HEC, Spain MBA, etc. Absolute acceptance! 87 If you are aiming for top MBA schools, α!
  88. 88. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential αMBA Advisory Applicants, All accepted! Acceptance rate, 100%! 88 ※出願したひとのみ
  89. 89. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Fulbright ! Certified Public Accountants Scholarship ! Successful beneficiaries ! ! 89
  90. 90. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 95 IELTS Recommendation
  91. 91. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Conversion Table TOEFL IELTS TOEIC 109 7.5 990 100 7 900 88 6.5 800 76 6 700 68 5.5 650 61 5 600 Despite the many tests around the world, there is a considerable gap between their recognition and difficulty.
  92. 92. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential English Tests in Studying Abroad ・Admission officers mainly concentrate on whether you will be able to take their lectures. ・As there are a number of official tests such as TOEFL/ IELTS/ TOEIC/ PTE/ CPE/ CAE, it is a good strategy to focus on a test that you can maximize your scores 97
  93. 93. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential IELTS as an alternative to TOEFL  Relatively easier to score than TOEFL?! 1. Listening section is easier 2. No complex Qs in Speaking & Listening 3. Speaking section is an interview format  Able to apply to major graduate schools with IETLS With IELTS, you can apply to many major business schools except Wharton, Kellogg, Columbia, NYU, etc. (As of 2012)
  94. 94. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential B-Schools available for application with IELTS(2014 US) FT Rank in 2013 School name IELTS 1 Harvard Business School 7.5 2 Stanford Graduate School of Business 7 3 University of Pennsylvania: Wharton NG 5 Columbia Business School NG (TOEFL or PTE) 9 MIT: Sloan GMAT/GRE Verbal 10 University of Chicago: Booth 7 12 University of California at Berkeley: Haas 7 13 Northwestern University: Kellogg NG 14 Yale School of Management OK 16 Dartmouth College: Tuck OK 18 Duke University: Fuqua OK 19 New York University: Stern NG 23 UCLA: Anderson 7 24 Cornell University: Johnson OK 30 University of Michigan: Ross OK
  95. 95. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential B-Schools available for application with IELTS(2014 Europe) FT Rank in 2013 School name Country IELTS 4 London Business School UK OK 6 Insead France / Singapore 7.5 7 IESE Business School Spain 7.0 11 IE Business School Spain OK 16 University of Cambridge: Judge UK 7.5 19 IMD Switzerland NA 21 HEC Paris France OK 22 Esade Business School Spain 7.5 24 University of Oxford: Saïd UK 7.5 28 Warwick Business School UK 7.0 29 Manchester Business School UK 6.5 33 Rotterdam School of Management Netherlands OK 36 National University of Singapore Business School Singapore 6.5
  96. 96. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 101 GRE Recommendation
  97. 97. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential B-Schools available for application with GRE(2014 US) FT Rank in 2013 School name GRE 1 Harvard Business School OK 2 Stanford Graduate School of Business OK 3 University of Pennsylvania: Wharton OK 5 Columbia Business School OK 9 MIT: Sloan OK 10 University of Chicago: Booth OK 12 University of California at Berkeley: Haas OK 13 Northwestern University: Kellogg OK 14 Yale School of Management OK 16 Dartmouth College: Tuck OK 18 Duke University: Fuqua OK(GMAT preferred) 19 New York University: Stern OK 23 UCLA: Anderson OK 24 Cornell University: Johnson OK 30 University of Michigan: Ross OK
  98. 98. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential B-Schools available for application with GRE(2014 Europe) FT Rank in 2012 School name Country GRE 4 London Business School UK OK 6 Insead France / Singapore OK 7 IESE Business School Spain OK 11 IE Business School Spain OK 16 University of Cambridge: Judge UK OK 19 IMD Switzerland OK 21 HEC Paris France OK 22 Esade Business School Spain OK 24 University of Oxford: Saïd UK OK 29 Manchester Business School UK OK 33 Rotterdam School of Management Netherlands OK 36 National University of Singapore Business School Singapore OK
  99. 99. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Reference • Cornell University: Q. GRE or GMAT?  “… I still anticipate that a large majority of applicants will submit with a GMAT score. Although an increasing number of b- schools are now accepting the GRE, the GMAT is still viewed as the common denominator among applicants. With that said, this year we will be reviewing a small percentage of applicants that have chosen to take the GRE….” http://www.johnson.cornell.edu/Full-Time-MBA/Admissions/Admissions- Blog/EntryId/139/GRE-or-GMAT-does-it-matter.aspx • London Business School: Q. Do you accept the GRE?  if you have already taken the GRE, please contact our Admissions Team with your tests information so we can discuss your individual situation in more detail……. http://www.london.edu/programmes/msc/faqs.html 104
  100. 100. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential HBS 2+2 Outline 105
  101. 101. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Outline 1. Harvard Business School(HBS) Application Program 2. Generally a program for those with working experience, but since 2008, has been open for current undergraduate students. 3. Worked 2 years after graduation, can enter HBS two years after. 4. Eligible for undergraduate/graduate students graduating from Oct ~ next Sept. 5. Apply in July, Sept, Jan, and Apr. 106
  102. 102. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Eligible applicants 107 • Candidates from bachelor degree programs • Candidates from joint bachelor/graduate degree programs • Candidates from graduate degree programs who have not held a full-time work position. To be eligible for the 2+2 program, candidates need to have gone directly from undergraduate to graduate school. To be considered for admission to the 2+2 Program Class of 2018 (entering Fall 2016), you must be graduating from your program between October 1, 2013 and September 30, 2014.
  103. 103. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Necessary documents 1. Essay 2. Resume 3. 2 recommendation letters 4. Academic transcript 5. GMAT/GRE Scores 6. TOEFL/IELTS/PTE Scores 109
  104. 104. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential You’re applying to Harvard Business School. We can see your resume, school transcripts, extra-curricular activities, awards, post-MBA career goals, test scores and what your recommenders have to say about you. What else would you like us to know as we consider your candidacy? There is no word limit for this question. We think you know what guidance we're going to give here. Don't overthink, overcraft and overwrite. Just answer the question in clear language that those of us who don't know your world can understand 110 HBS2+2 Essay
  105. 105. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 1. Selling points 2. Portfolio • Leadership • Intelligence • Contributions 3. Stories: Tell who you are 4. Professional Format 111 RESUME
  106. 106. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 1. Please comment on the context of your interaction with the applicant. If applicable, briefly describe the applicant's role in your organization. (250 words) 2. How does the candidate's performance compare to other well-qualified individuals in similar roles? (250 words) 3. Please describe the most important piece of constructive feedback you have given the applicant. Please detail the circumstances and the applicant's response. (250 words) 4. Please make additional statements about the applicant's performance, potential, or personal qualities you believe would be helpful to the MBA Admissions Board. (250 words) 112 Recommendation letter
  107. 107. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 1. GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test)  Definition: Analytical thinking skills necessary in learning business at a graduate school level, language skills (English), measuring quantitative abilities.  Outline: ①Analytical Composition (AWA, Analytical Writing Skill)、② Verbal section, ③Quantitative section  Score: Between 200‐800  Testing time: About 3.5 hours  Contents of each section: ①Analytics – 2 essays, ②Verbal section – 41 questions, ③Quantitative section – 37 questions  Validity: 5 years ※ Test changes since 2012.06  Analytical composition above(AWA)will be changed to only 1 question and include Integrated Reasoning(12 Qs/30 min)  In Integrated Reasoning, you will be given various information (graphs/tables etc.) and be evaluated on how you analyze them. 113 Test - GMAT
  108. 108. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 2. GRE (Graduate Record Examination) ※Test is revised since Aug 2011.  Definition: Common test needed to go on to graduate school. Although two types of tests exist (General/Subject), many in science majors require only the scores of General Test  Outline: ①English(Verbal Reasoning)、②Mathematics (Quantitative Reasoning)、③Essay(Analytical Writing)  Score: ①English and ②Mathematics is given a score between 130-170. ③Essay is given a score between 0-6.  Testing time: About 3-4 hours  Validity: 5 years 114 Test - GRE
  109. 109. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 3. TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)  Definition(Wiki): TOEFL!  Outline: ①Reading ②Speaking ③listening ④ Writing  Score: out of 120 points (30/section)  Testing time: About 4 hours  Validity: 2 years 4. IELTS (International English Language Testing System)  Definition(Wiki): IELTS!  Outline: ①Speaking ②Reading ③Listening ④ Writing  Score: Each section and total score is between 1- 9  Testing time: about 2 hours and 45 min  Validity: 2 years 115 Test – TOEFL & IELTS
  110. 110. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential  Admissions  Total Applicants 828  Admits 100  % Admitted 12%  Women 39% / International 20%  Countries Represented 10  Testing Information  Complete Range of GMAT Scores 570-780  Average GMAT 720  Range of GRE Q 680-800 / Range of GRE V 570-800  Average GRE Q 773 / Average GRE V 662  Average GPA 3.76  Educational Background  Engineering/Natural Sciences/Technical Disciplines 60%  Humanities & Social Sciences 34%  Business Administration 6%  Undergraduate Institutions Represented 45 116 Class Profile
  111. 111. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 1. HBS 2+2 is known to acquire outstanding students that are expected to apply elsewhere (law, public policy, medical etc.)and not to the usual MBA application process. 2. For future business leaders, the usual MBA application process is much easier 3. It is known to be in search of ‘women’ and science students 4. However, students must possess the elements below, regardless of their backgrounds I. Strong leadership II. Intellectual growth III. Community engagement 117 HBS 2+2 「Gossip」
  112. 112. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential αHBS 2+2 Dojo 2014 Recruiting Dojo Student 118
  113. 113. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 119 HBS 2+2 Dojo We give a complete support to those committed to HBS 2+2. Become a pioneer in your own way!
  114. 114. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 1. Typically, MBA application requires more than 1mil yen. 2. α supports with you only at 300k yen! 3. If you pass interviews at HBS2+2 Dojo「α Scholarship」is granted! 4. α supports you with a scholarship of 200k yen! 5. You can aim for MBA at only 100k yen! 6. Participate in HBS2+2Dojo regularly!Free join! 7. If you are really committed, then pay your tuition! 8. But, do challenge yourself at Dojo from 1st year! 120 HBS2+2 Dojo 2014
  115. 115. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 1. HBS2+2 Application Overall Strategy Planning 2. Leadership Support 3. Resume Support 4. Essay Support 5. Recommendation letter Support 6. Interview Support ※ TOEFL、GMAT、English revision、translation、 Campus visits are separate programs 121 HBS 2+2 Dojo 2014 Support contents
  116. 116. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 122 HBS 2+2 Dojo 2014 Support Outline 1. 10 people limit. Recruitment will end when capacity is reached 2. Undergraduate/graduate students (Any year) 3. English level 4. admin@alpha-leaders.jp 5. ①Name ②University/department ③Reasons for application 6. Interview 7. If you pass, participate in Dojo. Opened regularly 8. Pay your fees at the event 9. Thorough support until success!
  117. 117. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 123 α Scholarship Obtainment Strategy
  118. 118. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Types of Scholarship  External institution  From target school 124
  119. 119. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential External scholarship Fulbright scholarship Rotary Club scholarship Certified Public Accountants scholarship Kamiyama Foundation scholarship Ito International Education Foundation scholarship Heiwa Nakajima Foundation 125
  120. 120. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Name subject Deadline Fulbright Scholarship ・Japanese citizen ・has enough language abilities ・Healthy mind and body May 31, 2013 Rotary Club scholarship ・Completed 2 years in university or similar institution ・Study abroad destination is a university/graduate school/language school overseas June 28, 2013 Kamiyama Foundation scholarship ・Has enough language abilities ・Clear goals and objectives in study abroad ・Has the characteristics of a leader ・Has participated in various meetings of the foundation ・targets mainly people between 20-30 in age April 10, 2013 Ito International Education Foundation scholarship ・Japanese citizen(foreigner that has completed elementary ~ middle school education) ・a full-time student at the graduate program ・Below the age of 29 Late June, 2013 Heiwa Nakajima Foundation ・Japanese citizen(permanent resident) , resides in Japan ・Start of study abroad /school is in 2013 ・able to take on education at the study abroad destination Sept ~ Oct, 2013 External scholarship
  121. 121. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Scholarship Strategy  Essay(90%)  Interview(10%) 127
  122. 122. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Fulbright case (Essay) • STUDY/RESEARCH OBJECTIVES and BIBLIOGRAPHY Write a clear and detailed description of your study objectives, giving your reasons for wanting to pursue them. Please include or attach a bibliography. Be specific about your major field and your specialized interests within this field. Describe the kind of program you expect to undertake, and explain how your study plan fits in with your previous training and your future objectives. This statement is an essential part of your application. PERSONAL STATEMENT This personal statement should be a narrative statement describing how you have achieved your current goals. It should not be a mere listing of facts. It should include information about your education, practical experience, special interests, and career plans. Describe any significant factors that have influenced your educational or professional development. Comment on the number of years of practical experience already completed in the field in which academic work will be done in the U.S. Do not mention specific U.S. universities at which you would like to study. 128
  123. 123. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Fulbright case (Interview/successful) 129 • Fulbright interview is only 15 minutes but has 4 interviewers, so the interview is very rapid and has as series of questions • Most questions are based on your essay, but questions vary depending on the candidate. Relatively easy to answer • cf) Would you be willing to give up your career in investment banking in any circumstances? How much are you benefiting from investment banks in your current everyday life?
  124. 124. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Fulbright Scholarship Strategy  Fulbright scholarship objective Japan-US Fulbright exchange program is co-managed by two countries, launched as an autonomous institution, supports applicants regardless of the institution, place of residence, race, and creed. It has gained an international reputation as a scholarship program of the general public. Fulbright scholarships, along with many experts in finance carrying out their own research, with the aim of training leaders that can contribute to the mutual understanding between Japan and the U.S. Japanese beneficiaries can do their own research, attend a course on US history and culture, and is also expected to participate in university and regional activities as much as possible. After returning home, they are expected to contribute to the improvement of the direct and indirect US-Japan relations 130
  125. 125. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Fulbright qualification • TOEFL above 80 • IELTS above 6.0 • Denies graduates from overseas universities
  126. 126. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Target Areas 1. Research in the United States History, political science, economics, business administration, law, literature, intellectual history, sociology, cultural anthropology, and to study the US culture and society through areas such as journalism. 2. Political and economic relations of APAC Of Japan, the US, and other third country in the Pacific Ocean region (s), to study the contemporary political and economic relations. To become in the "third country" is the subject, Asia, Pacific Ocean Islands, North America, - are included, such as Australia and New Zealand. For the 9 months or more of the scholarship, within the last two months of the scholarship benefit period after obtaining the prior permission of the committee, it is possible to carry out research in a third country that is directly related to the it can. 3. Problems of modern society Research on social issues that Japan and the United States of modern face in common. Of particular to the subject, the impact of rapid technological development, crisis management, ethics and other issues associated with the development of the information industry, environmental issues, urbanization, family, aging society, public law, crime, news, etc. 4. Challenges of global society Study of the problems that global society is facing. Of particular interest, public health and medical policy, trade, labor and liquidity, the movement of people, environmental policy, energy, research related themes such as demographics. 5. education In research on Japan and the US educational system, especially those with a focus on modern education problem. Comparative study is desirable. The study, all aspects of internationalization (schools, teachers, students), organization and curriculum reform, are included, such as the role of education in society.
  127. 127. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Schedule• May 31, 2013 Online Application deadline • May ~ June, 2013 Preliminary examination: Application documents, recommendation papers will be sent for preliminary examination to scrutinize students of their quality and eligibility. The papers are generally to be returned by July 31st. • July 31, 2013 Application deadline: Along with your English application and recommendation letters, you will need to prepare each of the following documents. Certificate of eligibility, research papers conducted in graduate school and other English tests to show your qualifications. • Sept ~ Oct, 2013 Document screening: Document screening is done by a number of academics in groups of specialized fields. If you do not pass the screening, you will be notified shortly. If you pass, there will not be further notifications until your interview date is confirmed. • Oct ~ Nov, 2013 Interview screening: Notifications for interviews are generally sent at least two weeks before the date of the examination. The interview is conducted by the Committee (Tokyo) who are scholars and specialists in US-Japan relations. If you do not partake in the interview on the designated date, you will be automatically disqualified. • Dec 2013 Release of selection: Release of the examination results is in early December from the Committee, which will determine the final approval of the Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board(J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board =FSB).
  128. 128. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Preliminary Examination! 21. Planned Major/ 23. TOPIC 24.★Project Area 1. American Studies[AS] 2. Political and Economic Relations of the Pacific Rim [PB] 3. Social Issues in Modern Society [CS] 4. Issues in the Global Society[TI] 5. Education [ED] ACADEMIC PROPOSAL IN U.S. Write below. 27.★Research Theme (23.Within 50 Japanese characters) 28.★Brief summary of project (Describe in 250-350 words in English) 29.Background/Feasibility (If 21. is different from your current/previous academic background, please explain the reason and the feasibility of your plan in the U.S. Describe in 100-150 words in English. (Within 1200 letters, 5 lines) 30.★Justification for the proposal (Please give specific reasons why your proposal falls in that Project area, 24. Describe in 100-150 words in English. (Within 1200 letters, 5 lines)
  129. 129. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential α Mentor Recruitment • Business lecture to working class • Job hunting advisory to students • Career advisory to middle/high school students • By all means, feel free to give a hand! • Extracurricular activity!
  130. 130. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Team α Member • Change the world with education! • Human empowerment! • Education x HR x to the World! • If you are interested, please contact us!
  131. 131. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential 137 αGMAT Seminar
  132. 132. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential What is GMAT? • Required in MBA Application • Verbal x Math • Top schools require above 700 • V35、M50=700 • Need above 「5.0」 in AWA
  133. 133. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential What is GMAT? • Can take no more than 5 times per year • Test intervals, 30 days • CAT • Target:within 「2 min/Q」 • If GMAT is too difficult, GRE!
  134. 134. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Verbal? • SC:Grammar • CR:Critical Reasoning • RC:Reading Comprehension • AWA: Essay
  135. 135. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Math? • Problem Solving • Data Sufficiency • Middle School Math level • Need at least 50 • Below 49, difficult
  136. 136. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential AWA? • Analyzing essay • Logical structurexQuantityx Accuracy • Win with a template! • AWA practice is most effective! • Get above 5.0
  137. 137. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Notes for Verbal ! [SC] • 8 grammar errors • (1) pronoun, (2) modifier, (3) parallel structure, (4) comparing expression, (5) verb tense, (6) response of the subject and the verb, (7) Quantity expression, (8) idiom
  138. 138. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Notes for Verbal ! [CR] • Argument organization • CPA(Conclusion, Premise, Assumption) • Argument ← reason ← base
  139. 139. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Notes for Verbal ! [CR] • 3 types of Argument : CAS: Causal, Analogy, Statistic, Assumption! • Causal:Assumption:1. Causal relationship between 2 things 2.No other cause 3. If no cause, then there would be no effect4. Cause-effect relationship is not the reverse • Analogy:Assumption: Only 2 similar things can be compared • Statistic:Assumption:1. Has the research been done appropriately, 2. Does the research reflect the big numbers
  140. 140. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Notes for Verbal ! [CR] • 9 types of questions 1. Conclusion Q(conclusion): Look for conclusion 2. Conclusion Q(No conclusion): Look at every details 3. Assumption Q:choose the option of a bridge between the Conclusion and Premise (not described in the text) 4. Strengthen Q:new fact by choosing the option of strengthening the Conclusion = what is clearly stated the Assumption is correct 5. Weaken Q: choose the one that shows the defects of the Assumption 6. Inference Q: choose the one you think is 100% fact from the text 7. Parallel Reasoning:→ to simplify the discussion 8. Resolve Paradox: choose a description that two contradictory facts are established 9. Identify Reasoning: Choose the reasoning of the Argument from among the options
  141. 141. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Notes for Verbal ! [CR] • Reread the GMAT OG many times to be able to understand, solve until you can convince yourself • Point is to keep a distance from “reversal of idea" of the general public or “the logic in this world“, but focus only on the conditions given in the world of the question • For example, when asked “which does this logic most strengthen?", just in that simply there are a few choices that strengthen, choices that strengthen the assumption that "this is logic to collapse in reverse when you are negative. This will often be the answer • In other words, the most important prerequisite is to see through, whereas the small choices, such as going to Strengthen / Weaken come next
  142. 142. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Strategy for Verbal! [RD] 1. Read the question first 2. Grab the passage outline (initially, roughly reading is OK. Return to the question, look for the appropriate place, then read firmly) 3. Think about the answer on your own 4. Elimination method
  143. 143. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Start and get 700! • OGx3 times • Thorough 「answer」 analysis • Official Test 2 times
  144. 144. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Reference • GMAT Official Guide 12th • GMAT Official Guide for GMAT Quantitative Review • GMAT Official Guide for GMAT Verbal Review • GMAT Prep(web test) • International Math Academy ・ 「Manhattan GMAT」
  145. 145. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Recommended App • GMAT Official Websiten GMAT」
  146. 146. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Best α Template •GMAT AWAα template •By merely using α template, you can get above 5.0! •Passed on during GMAT Advisory
  147. 147. (C) 2016 Alpha & Company, Inc.Strictly Confidential Effective study methods is important • GMAT Official Websitehattan GMAT」
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