How do I suggest new questions for this survey?

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    We would love to receive your suggestions!

    The development of all of our MBA Lifecycle surveys have been the result of a collaborative effort with our clients and association partners.

    To submit new questions ideas, please start a new Idea topic in our social support community and select the 'category' such Entry, Midterm, Exit, or Alumni survey (purple arrow). You can post your suggestion in the topic title (blue arrow) and; optionally, provide details (orange arrow). To help us isolate new questions for consideration, please tag your submission as a "new question" (red circle).



    Can you send recommendations directly via email to the Percept Research team?

    You can do that, but providing your suggestions within our social support community allows us to have a central repository of research topics that we can use this year or in the future. Also, this allows other members to comment and add to your suggestions.

    We greatly appreciate your input and would be open to any suggestions you may have about ways to improve the services we provide!
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