Aringo is an admissions service focusing on students who have a score below 720 on the GMAT. This is a notable point. Great work experience is important, but many MBA applicants are equally qualified in terms of work experience. Without a strong GMAT score, applicants will not stick out. Students with low GMAT scores require other strategies to swaying admission committees.
This firm also publishes statistics on how often its applicants get into popular programs, with independent verification performed by Ernst & Young. Potential applicants should familiarize themselves with these numbers, as well as the results of their “admission chances calculator” provided free online.
Aringo offers a number of different services with each of its packages so students can focus on the support they need. For example, a student who is excellent at writing essays but nervous in interviews could opt for spending most of their time with an interview expert, rather than editing papers that are already good. These packages are available in 5, 7, and 10-hour setups, as well as a full service package to cover one school.
Their website also offers free materials, including published essay questions, tips for visiting campuses, and a thorough overview of the entire admissions process.
Aringo Cost and Contact Info
Prices vary based on the package, starting at $1,150 for the 5-hour package and $3,900 for one school. Aringo also offers a per-hour plan with a flat rate of $260 (which is more expensive, per hour, than any of its other options). Discounts are available for high-performing students, and some refunds are available.
Aringo prefers to be contacted through their website at www.aringo.com, but also accepts emails to admin@Aringo.com for matters the contact form doesn’t cover.