What is the purpose of the Special Request box on the registration page?

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  • The purpose of the Special Request box in the registration form to allow you to inform Percept Research of any special requests or instructions for your survey.

    Please let us know if you have any special reporting requests or instructions such as:

    * Request an additional Topline Summary for multiple cohorts
    * Request specific label for cohorts within the reports
    * Want a second peer report (such as aspiration peers)
    * Request a masked data set for analysis
    * Request a Coded Verbatim Document of open-ended responses
    * Would like information on an 'engagement' workshop on how to best utilize your data
    * Request an additional Competitive Intelligence Report with a different set of aspirational peers
    * Any other need you may have...

    Percept Research will follow-up with you to discuss your request.

    You can access the registration forms for each survey from our microsite or via your school portal (for EMBA Entry and Exit surveys):

    MBA Student Entry Survey Registration

    MBA Student Midterm Survey Registration

    MBA Student Exit Survey Registration

    MBA Alumni Survey Registration

    Here is a screenshot of the where you can locate the Special Request box in the registration form found within the EMBA Council school portals:

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  • Update: We have renamed the Competitive Intelligence Report to the Program Roadmap & Market Trends Report. Please check out this blog article for more details:

    Percept Research Introduces Program Roadmap & Market Trends Report
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