Reasons to Contact MBA Dissertation Writing Services

November 26, 2015 · Posted in What about an MBA? · Comments Off on Reasons to Contact MBA Dissertation Writing Services 

writingAt some point in an MBA student’s life, he or she has to write a Dissertation paper. A dissertation paper is not just a research paper, but it is an important document which will reflect your capabilities, and more likely be published in a student journal or something similar. Writing a dissertation paper can be hard and time-consuming, as it requires an excessive amount of research. In these cases, where you are having trouble writing a dissertation paper, several websites online can help you do this task.

A number of different websites are now available on the internet, that offer dissertation writing services and MBA thesis writing services to their customers. The dissertation papers offered by these companies are written exclusively for you, which means that nothing is copied. Most of these websites also have a plagiarism checker, in which the papers are first approved, and then handed over to the user.

Usually, this is an easy way for students to get a good quality dissertation paper to achieve maximum marks. There are several reasons why a student should opt for these MBA dissertation(s) writing services, which are listed below:

  1. High Quality Papers

Most of the good websites contain a team of professional writers, who are fluent in the respective language, they will be writing the paper in. These writers will have a vast knowledge and grasp over the language, and will be able to write the paper in different styles, by doing the proper research on the subject.

  1. Unique Papers

As mentioned above, the writing services will be providing you with a custom written paper, just for you. While writing a dissertation paper, you will always be asked to present unique content, and these website understand this well. You will be guaranteed to get a unique, custom written paper, whose content will not be copied from elsewhere. The research will be properly done, and on the basis of your requirements, a paper will be written.

  1. Preference

Your preferences are taken in consideration by these websites. While you request a paper from one of these websites, you will be shown various options. These options will be asking you your requirements, and what would you like to be included or exclude in the paper. The deadline is also asked during this time.

  1. Affordability

For several students, money can be a problem. This is why most of the writing services offer dissertation papers at cheap rates. The rates are made to be affordable for the students, so that they can avail a paper without spending too much money. While the cost may differ on the service or website you are requesting a paper from, it is always best to research more websites before ordering a paper.

  1. Trustworthy

Several websites have emerged to be of great assistance to MBA students. By writing a successful MBA dissertation, they have gained the trust of several students, and continue to do so. By providing them with their desired papers, before the specified deadline, the writing services continue to build their reputation. You can try this MBA dissertation writing service, who provide similar services.

 *This is a guest post by Paul Smith

7 Tips For Writing A Concise MBA Essay

November 23, 2015 · Posted in What about an MBA? · Comments Off on 7 Tips For Writing A Concise MBA Essay 

penWriting a concise MBA essay can be a rather important task in a student’s life, which is why special care must be taken while writing it. There are a number of things which must be noted before writing a good, concise MBA Essay. 7 of these things are listed below:

  1. Answer the Right Question

Answering the right question is the foremost thing to keep in mind while essay writing, which people sometimes forget about. Giving an answer to the wrong question is a mistake often made by students. It can really hinder the student’s marks and grades in an examination. It is always best to make sure that you know what your teacher wishes from you, and answer accordingly. The point may not seem to be a major one, but answering the wrong question is one of the major mistakes people do, and get disappointing results.

  1. A Good Introduction

Inside of the introduction of the MBA essay, one should always offer a concise summary about the main points that will be laid out in the essay. If necessary, you can clarify key concepts in it. Introductions usually go wrong when people start going into too much detail, or repeat the same arguments or points in the main body of the text. It is generally advisable to start with short sentences, rather than going for complex sentences.

  1. Plan

A plan can essentially help you to better gather your thoughts. Make sure that while writing the essay, you do not forget to mention all the key points. It is a chance of laying out everything you know about the subject. However, it is also important to not go into too much detail, which is why writing phrases and keywords is a much better way of expressing things. This way, your introduction can also get a lot better.

  1. How Much To Write?

Several people will start a key point, and stop in mid-sentence, thinking they have properly finished it. Usually, there is no way to tell how much you should write about a certain thing or point. The most important thing is to write as much as you can within the time limit, but to only write what is relevant. Quality over quantity stands true in this situation, but it does not mean you have to write in a minimalist style or write as little as possible. Usually writing more, you have better chances of getting more points.

  1. Allot Time for Rewrite

After finishing writing everything, one must always be ready to refine it. Re-reading it again may give you a clear insight on what you wrote about, and what you may have missed. If you wish for better marks, you will want to go through it again, and improve anything, which you previously could not.

  1. Edit unnecessary parts

While you refine the essay, you must be ready to edit or delete the unnecessary parts of the MBA essay, which do not have any actual impact on the subject. You must not be afraid to remove these parts, as they may be reducing your points, rather than contributing to it.

  1. Conclusion

Inside of a conclusion, you have to weigh up all the different key points and decide on which are the most relevant and strongest. A conclusion should sum up to add something new, and not just repeat all the previous points.

*This post is by Paul Smith

What did you want to be when you grew up? Not this, I bet.

May 4, 2008 · Posted in Medical Sales Recruiting, Networking, Pharmaceutical Sales, What about an MBA?, Which Degree?, Which job offer should I take? · Comments Off on What did you want to be when you grew up? Not this, I bet. 

I was reading the Asia Pacific Headhunter blog and found this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJB0CzlzSwY I really enjoyed this and thought you might as well. Please do not see this as an endorsement of Monster. I just thought the video was funny.

One last thing, if you were in medical or laboratory sales, you would be less likely to be layed off. And if you are in pharmaceutical sales, you may not find this funny…due to recent experiences.

MBA’s for HealthCare Sales, Marketing and Management – Useful?

April 20, 2008 · Posted in Clinical Diagnostics, HealthCare Sales, Imaging Sales, Laboratory Sales, Medical Sales, Pathology Sales Jobs, What about an MBA? · Comments Off on MBA’s for HealthCare Sales, Marketing and Management – Useful? 

I get asked sometimes by healthcare sales, clinical laboratory sales, pathology sales, and imaging sales job seekers whether or not it would help their chances of getting a job or advancing in their field if they got a graduate degree.  (The MBA seems to be the most popular possibility.)  The Little Red Suit has some interesting comments on the decision whether to attend grad school:  Grad School 101:  The Truth About the Top Six Grad School Myths.  The most relevant one (to me) is the idea that a graduate degree is your “ticket to the top.”  What she points out is (and I totally agree) is that while a graduate degree certainly won’t hurt, what’s most critical to your success is your relationship with your boss, your work ethic, and the product you produce.  Put in medical sales terms, that’s your sales skill, rapport with customers, and what kind of revenue you produce.  In other words, it’s not necessarily what you’ve got, it’s what you do with it that matters.

MBA: Yes or no???

This week has been a week of repeating information that I think is important in a medical sales job search.  Today it’s whether or not you should go for the MBA (Master’s of Business Administration).  Again, I have added links that I think will be helpful to you.

Many candidates ask me whether or not they should pursue an MBA. Will they make more money in their next position? Will they be promoted more rapidly? Many will not like my answers here but they are based on my experiences as a highly successful medical sales person, regional sales manager, and now medical sales recuiter. I, myself, have an MBA. So I can speak from my personal journey. First, should you get an MBA? The answer is yes! More education is always best–if you use that education to excel at your job, if you truly learn something in those courses and apply that to your job for greater productivity or a better thought process. But I would say that I have met many MBA’s who just check the box. In either case, the MBA on the resume may get you in the interview because it may be a gating factor.  Some hiring managers buy into its’ value and give candidates with the degree more credence than candidates without the degree. (see article on transition into medical sales)  Will you make more money? In my area of expertise (sales and marketing), the answer is that you will not be more highly compensated just because of the degree, but if you use the education to be better at what you do then invariably you will make more money. As a pharmaceutical sales representative, the financial experience I got in my MBA courses gave me tools to position my company and products for greater success. It follows that if you are more successful at your job you will be promoted faster! So, to summarize, yes you should get an MBA if you aspire to be more. If you will use it! Or if you want to avoid being passed over because you have a manager that uses education as a gating factor. One exception – I do not see the value if you already have a business degree.

Happy Holidays from the medical sales recruiter….

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MBA: Yes or No????

December 7, 2006 · Posted in HealthCare Sales, Interviewing Skills and Tips, Laboratory Sales, Medical Sales Recruiting, What about an MBA?, Which Degree? · Comments Off on MBA: Yes or No???? 

Many candidates ask me whether or not they should pursue an MBA. Will they make more money in their next position? Will they be promoted more rapidly? Many will not like my answers here but they are just based on my experiences. I, myself, have an MBA. So I can, also, speak from my personal journey. First, should I get an MBA? The answer is yes! More education is always best. If you use that education to excel at your job, if you truly learn something in those courses and apply that to your job for greater productivity or a better thought process. But I would say that I met many MBA’s that just check the box. In either case, the MBA on the resume may get you in the interview process because it may be a gating factor. Also, some hiring managers buy into its value and give candidates with the degree more credence than candidates without the degree. Will you make more money? In my area of expertise (sales and marketing), the answer is that you will not be compensated higher just because of the degree. However, again, if you use the education to be better at what you do then invariably you will make more money. As a sales representative, the financial experience I got in my MBA courses gave me tools to position my company and products for greater success. It follows that if you are more successful at your job you will be promoted faster! So, to summarize, yes you should get an MBA if you aspire to be more. If you will use it! Or if you want to avoid being passed over because you have a manager that uses education as a gating factor. One exception – I do not see the value if you already have a business degree.