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Get expert feedback on your profile before you apply

Send us your profile and within 1 week you’ll get:

  • An insider’s assessment of your strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities
  • Best-fit business school recommendations based on what’s important to you
  • An assessment of your competitiveness at your target schools
  • The opportunity to consult with admissions directors from top business schools

We only give 1 free profile review so please be detailed!

Submit Your Profile if You’re Serious About Getting Ahead

Thank you for your recommendations and perspective. I really appreciate your in-depth analysis of my profile. I have updated my resume to make a couple of more things bold.
– Levent, Greece (NYU Stern)

Thank you for your recommendations and perspective. I will certainly be sharing TouchMBA with my colleagues and friends who are considering business school and will be incorporating your feedback into my search and application.
– Karina, Mozambique (Emory Goizueta)

Thanks again for offering your guidance to me early in this process. You gave me the tools I needed to clearly evaluate my options and prepare a compelling story.
– Corey, USA (NYU Stern Tech MBA)

Thank you for the quick turnaround on the Profile Assessment. I stumbled across your website on a message board, and I am so glad I did! Thank you for providing me with areas of opportunity to bolster my profile – the advice you have provided will be very useful when completing future applications and interviews.
– Michael, USA (Wisconsin Madison)

Thanks for the profile review last year. It became one of the guiding factors that I used to gauge my chances in business schools. I got accepted to all 4 business schools that I applied to and I’ll be attending Johnson College of Business at Cornell University this fall.
– Nicole, Malaysia (Cornell Johnson)

With sites like yours the process seems more manageable when researching for schools… you’re clearly ahead of the pack. I’m really grateful for the free consultation. You’ve made my day.
– Torkuma, Nigeria (Stevens Institute of Technology)

Thank you very much for your great work! 
– Trang, Vietnam (W.P. Carey)

I am happy to tell you that I was able to get into my target school, Tepper School of Business. I am very thankful to Touch MBA, Darren and all the team for the help without which I would not have made it! 
– Syed, Pakistan (Carnegie Mellon Tepper)

I appreciate the time taken to review my profile. The MBA landscape is a somewhat overwhelming space to navigate, and your assistance and advice is most welcome! 
– Elizabeth, Canada (IE)

I’m grateful for your thoughtful input. I find your breakdown of the 3 primary criteria incredibly useful. 
– Kelly, USA (Chicago Booth)

Thanks again for reviewing my profile. It opened my eyes to what was really possible and gave me confidence to apply to the top programs in the world. 
– McKaye, USA (Northwestern Kellogg MMM)

First of all, thank you so much for your assessment. I appreciate the time and feedback. I’m a big fan of your podcast and want to thank you for putting it out into the universe – it has undoubtedly helped many prospective students.
– Lily, USA (Texas McCombs)

I am very glad to hear that I have a good chance in getting in to my target schools and that Tuck matches the most with my profile as it is my top choice.
– Sarah, Canada (Dartmouth Tuck)

Thank you for your quick response and the detailed assessment. The information you’ve provided gives me a good insight into what admissions people are looking for and a constructive way to move forward!  
– Matt, USA (Indiana Kelley)

Thanks so much for your helpful advice!  
– Ana, Romania (accepted Washington Olin, Minnesota Carlson)

Thank you SO much for this. I really appreciate it! I do not have very many MBA students or alums in my personal/professional network (one of the reasons I initially hadn’t considered B-school) so it is really helpful to read your thoughts. This looks like a  good assessment of my strengths and weaknesses and gives me something concrete to think about for crafting my apps. 
– Eve, USA (ASU W.P. Carey)

I am very grateful for this insightful analysis you have done based on my profile. This will certainly help me refocus my efforts and make my applications to be very competitive. Thanks for being a great resource.
– Ikechukwu, Nigeria (UNC Kenan-Flagler)

This is extremely helpful. I applied to 7 schools last yearbut only received an interview at Fuqua and was subsequently rejected – with the help of a highly reviewed admissions consultant!!! It was extremely humbling and disappointing because I thought I had a relatively decent profile. I sent you my stats because for a minute I thought I wasn’t competitive enough at the M7 schools, but seeing you comment on my 3 criteria, I’m inclined to try again this year. I’ll definitely recommend this to my friends.
– Terence, Singapore (Northwestern Kellogg)

Thanks so much for taking the time to make an assessment of my profile — I appreciate your insight and the opportunity to get feedback from someone with admissions experience.
– Philip, USA (Northwestern Kellogg)

Thanks so much for all your help and support Darren. All this would not have been possible without you.
– Suet Ying, Singapore (London Business School)

I got some initial positive results to share with you…Thanks again for your school recommendations!
– Hanh, Vietnam (Ohio State Fisher)

Thank you. Your review has been very, very helpful.
– Mark, Philippines (NUS)

Your show was a huge part of my application process! Listened to dozens of episodes. Great work!
– Rachel, USA (Virginia Darden)

Thank you very much for evaluating my profile and for your quick response! Your recommendations are well received and I will incorporate them into my applications.
– Sirin, Thailand (MIT Sloan)

Hi Darren! I started my MBA at HEC Paris the last January. Your service is great! Thank you again for your support!
– Guido, Italy (HEC Paris)

Thanks for your clear and honest feedback.
– Jong Wook, Germany (CEIBS)

I’ll be going to GSB in the fall, which should be the perfect fit for me. I’m very excited to begin! Thank you for the help.
– Michael, USA (Stanford GSB)

I am going to be attending UVA Darden in August 🙂 Thanks again for all your help/input!
– Katherine, USA (Virginia Darden)

You offer a neat service with the school selection evaluation.
– Borjana, Bosnia (Wharton)

Hey Darren, I will be attending Booth this Fall. Thanks for your help.
– Russell, USA (Chicago Booth)

I have talked to HEC, IE and IESE, and will probably apply to all of them.
– Marko, Serbia (IESE)

Getting in touch with Touch MBA is like having a magic compass to my MBA journey. It meant so much by far and it will continue to be.
– Junhui, South Korea (Rotterdam)

Thanks for all the tips and advice, and even a podcast dedicated to my question 🙂
– Justin, USA (Harvard Business School)

Your work and comments have been really helpfull as I am to submit my R2 application. Thanks and keep up the good work!
– Nambaya, Cote d’Ivoire (Insead)

I’ll be going to the Stanford GSB next year. Thanks for all of the support. I have already recommended your site and will continue to do so – very helpful!
– Luci, Cape Verde (Stanford GSB)

Thank you so much, Darren, for your feedback! I’m not sure how many people take advantage of this service, but I found it extremely helpful. I would not have found this school or applied without your podcast informing me of the comparative benefits! Thank you for your service!
– Eddy, USA (IESE)

Thanks to your recommendation on my profile review last June, as well as one of your podcasts, I did apply to Cornell Tech (I was unaware of the program prior) and got in with a hefty scholarship. They loved me and I really dug the program. Ultimately though I didn’t want to end up in New York, and by luck (and maybe skill) I got into UCLA Anderson as well, which is where I will be matriculating in the Fall.
– Ryan, USA (UCLA Anderson)

I wanted to offer my thanks for your advice which really helped me brush up on my weaknesses. It gave me a quite a bit of confidence going into the application process.
– Jackson, Singapore (Insead)