|Students who got into MBI say:|
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The application process is tough. Be honest, and do not leave anything out. only about 15% of applicants make it. So keep that in mind
| May 18 2012 |
If you are interested in the ministry, either international or pastoral, you shoudl take consideration of Moody. Unique thing about MBI which I loved very much (but unfortunately could not use to the fullest) is its inner-city location.
| Apr 22 2012 |
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People say it is hard to get into Moody, but it really isn't if you are able to convince them you are called and committed to FULL-TIME ministry after you graduate. You do this by not only saying it, but by being VERY involved in leadership at your youth group or whatever. Also, your pastors need to affirm you're called and involved. If you are persuasive regarding this, you will get in.
I would recommend spending significant time on your autobiographical sketch. Allow it to be proofread and edited by a couple of people who write very well. Allow your application to be preceded by high activity in your local church. Be certain that that you plan to enter full time ministry upon completion of your degree.
| Religion/Religious|| Mar 16 2012 |