The single biggest reason smart people score poorly on the GMAT is that they walk right into the traps. The solution? Slow down, focus on accuracy over speed, and be wary of these three common mistakes.
Francesca has always thrown herself into projects with great energy and passion, but can she convince Haas and Stanford that she can make a real impact, and also handle the quant side of the MBA?
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How do you get from where you are today to where you ultimately want to be? You could climb the ladder in a traditional sense or lattice your way to your desired job. Find out the pros and cons of each method.
Becca discovered the value of the MBALaunch program through the structured approach to the challenging MBA application and an automatic network of amazing MBA-seeking women.
When I was first visiting schools, info sessions seemed to deliver similar messages, yet it was still hard to fully visualize. The most useful moments, for me, were when I had the opportunity to speak with current students about their background, daily life as a student, and students’ future plans.
In our new MBA Admissions Clinic series, the Fortuna Admissions team evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of MBA applicants and provide advice for improving the chances of getting in.
Going to business school full time is a significant investment in yourself. Between lost income from not working and high tuition rates, you have to consider whether an MBA will provide a valuable return on investment.
Starting business school isn’t always the smooth process one thinks it may be. I describe my first few weeks so you have an example of what you, or your peers, might experience.
Jennifer Colosimo doesn’t shy away from talking about the challenges of being a woman in the business world. She’s worked hard to cultivate professional relationships that lead to inclusion, which is different than diversity.