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An MBA recruiter says paying less for business school could come down to your attitude

There’s no denying business school in the US is expensive. The average graduate leaves an MBA program more than $65,000 in debt, and many hit the six-figure mark.

While you can offset the cost of tuition with scholarships awarded for stellar GMAT scores, a high GPA, or impressive work experience, there’s a chance you’ll still come up short.

The next best strategy? Negotiate.

“Other than the GMAT, scholarship negotiations may be applicants’ most dreaded part of the MBA-admissions process,” Brian Precious writes in his book “Get In, Get Connected, Get Hired: Lessons from an MBA Insider.”

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Source:: BusinessInsider.Com