Paul has written 6 books on business school, law school and medical school applications.
Great Applications for Business School (second edition) - Start here. Filled with clear guidelines, insider tips, and winning samples, this book will lead you through every step of the application essay process. Called “expert advice” and a “tour de force” by MBA admissions directors at Dartmouth Tuck and Insead. GMAT Club’s “Best MBA Book of 2010.”
Perfect Phrases for Business School Acceptance – Gives you the phrases, statements, and approaches that will help you write a compelling essay, succeed at the interview, and stand out from your competition.
Perfect Phrases for Letters of Recommendation - Explains what makes a recommendation letter good and also what can make it ineffective. The book contains paragraph-length examples of effective recommendation letter writing for all types of situations.
Paul’s thoughts in U.S. News & World Report, Business Week, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times and more:
4 Recommendation-Letter Errors MBA Applicants Should Avoid (U.S. News & World Report)
MBA Admissions Tips, Chat with Paul Bodine (Business Week)
Trains, Planes and EMBAs (Financial Times)
Interview with MBA Admissions Consultant Paul Bodine (MBA Crystal Ball) – Paul answers common questions from Indian MBA applicants.
The ABCs of Executive MBA Programs (Poets & Quants)
Paul’s interviews on MBA Podcaster:
Advice to Younger Applicants: How to Get into a Top MBA Program (MBA Podcaster)
MBA Application Essays and Recommendations: Where to Begin? (MBA Podcaster)
Paul has been a featured admissions expert on Business Week, GMAT Club, Beat the GMAT, and Poets & Quants forums.
Paul’s ”Ask an Expert” Thread for MBA Admissions (Business Week)
Paul’s ”Ask an Expert” Thread for MBA Admissions (GMAT Club)
Paul’s ”Ask an Expert” Thread for MBA Admissions (Beat the GMAT)
Paul’s ”Ask an Expert” Thread for EMBA Admissions (Poets & Quants)
Other MBA Resources
Law School Applicants
Creating a Killer Law School Application, Law School Personal Statements, Optional Essays and more (Podcast series featuring Paul Bodine, Law School Podcaster)
Law School Personal Statements (Podcast, Law School Interactive)