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Marvel Admissions Overview

About Marvel Admissions

Marvel Admissions is a consultant service that adds coaching to the mix, with a particular emphasis on teaching applicants how to be more outgoing and capable of dealing with the many challenges that can arise in a workplace. Employees include a number of MBA graduates, many of whom have served on admissions boards themselves or have otherwise gained experience as professional consultants.


Marvel Admissions offers ten main services, starting with Candidate Assessment and School Selection, with further packages providing guidance in all areas of the application process, to Decision Support. Hourly consulting is available for clients who’d prefer to get help on specific issues, rather than the entire application process.

Unlike many other consulting firms, they also offer pre-assessment services, including advice on how to become more of a leader at work and be more visible as a philanthropist. The goal of these services is to strengthen candidates before they even start applying. Candidates with better records do tend to have an edge when it comes to actually getting into an MBA program.

Marvel Admissions Cost and Contact Info

The comprehensive school package starts at $3400 for one school. Hourly services begin at $270 for one hour, then slowly decrease as more hours are added to a minimum of $240 per hour. Marvel Admissions notes that the average client works with them for 12 to 18 hours, resulting in a total charge somewhere between $3,000 and $4,320.

They can be reached by email at clin@marveladmissions.com, by telephone at (213) 537-6018, or through a contact form on their website at www.marveladmissions.com.

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    This was a great service. The classes were extremely helpful in that fact that I was able to practice actual questions. The writing section of the GMAT is the one area I really struggled with. After being able to practice some writing sections I got much better. This was the same with quant. It had been a very long time since I had studied algebra and geometry, but after a few weeks of review, I was really confident. The strategies on the verbal were also very helpful. Thanks for everything.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: Bauer Business School
    • MBA application & school advice: Use a GMAT prep program, in doing one I was able to get scholarships through my University.
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    I was looking at part time MBA programs. I took a free evaluation of my profile from the website before I applied to Northwestern Kellogg school of business and Ross. It was a great help before actually hitting on the submit button

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: Attending U of Michigan Ross school of business. Graduating in May 2017
    • MBA application & school advice: Distance from your place of residence matters, especially to part time students like myself. MBA is all about being active on campus and more participation ensures greater visibility which is very important for an MBA student. Make sure this is one of the factors you keep in mind while making the decision

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