Everyone has the same goal —

to get the best experience from their MBA.

Are you ready to do what it takes to not just be your best, but the best in business school?

Earning the degree isn’t enough for all the goals you have.


MBA iQ Knowledge and Genius Series products prepare you for the long haul.
The MBA is a marathon for career development. But you don’t show up to a marathon without conditioning. Without training. Without knowing the language of the sport. 

The Knowledge Series prepares you to compete.  The Genius Series prepares you to compete at the Olympian-level.  By preparing beforehand, you are ready to shine in the classroom and prepare to be noticed.

Confidence in the classroom builds your reputation as the best. 
Impressions are formed in how you do in the classroom. Your reputation in the classroom provides you the networking and social capital for success with your professors and colleagues. Your personal reputation in the classroom, with employers, and your friends – it starts with knowledge.

Your knowledge allows you to contribute in the classroom and with your study group.  MBA iQ Knowledge Series creates confidence for the classroom.  MBA iQ Genius Series prepares you to excel with your study group. What are you ready to contribute?

Networking is not outside of you.  The best way to network is to be the person other people want to work with.  People know when someone is smart, when someone is prepared, and when someone is winging it.  We help those who want to be prepared. The people who are looking to switch careers, need to front-load their knowledge of the classroom to spend more time networking.

Just getting started or thinking about an MBA?  Try the MBA iQ Diagnostic.  Get started to test your MBA iQ. 


Based on conversations with previous registrants, the best chance of success is to plan on investing approximately 10 hours of effort each week for 2-3 months in order to complete all three modules.

Sue, matriculating at Penn State: I work as a psychologist in a medical setting and am increasingly accruing leadership responsibilities. I recognize that to excel in my role I need to be an adept clinician and possess business acumen. An MBA from Penn State will allow me to both thrive in my existing role and advance in my career, as many healthcare system leaders have MBAs.

The MBA iQ program was integral to my process of preparing to enter Penn State’s MBA program, as I am starting the program with doctoral-level training in psychology, but no formal business education and training. The most important elements of the MBA iQ program were the practice tests and Devi’s coaching. Devi offered me the right study strategies as needed and in a way that allowed me to finish the program smoothly and successfully. I also worked relentlessly to complete the program, as it was the most significant prerequisite that I had to complete and I did not want to jeopardize my program acceptance.

While I anticipate that starting Penn State’s MBA program will be a major adjustment and challenging, I feel privileged to have the opportunity to be pursuing an MBA and would not be able to do so without Devi’s guidance and the MBA iQ program.