Prospective students often ask me for advice on maximizing their chances of getting into a top-ranked school. The truth is, there is no golden ticket. MBA admissions decisions are based on a holistic approach, with consideration of each facet of your application. So, as you start to develop your MBA game plan, remember that business schools are evaluating your candidacy through three lenses.
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The business school application process can be overwhelming, often leaving prospective MBA students confused on where to start. Once you have evaluated your short- and long-term career goals and have determined that business school is the right next step for you, it’s time to do your research. There are a number of areas you’ll explore with the goal of finding that which is relevant to you, but here are three key areas to invest your initial fact-finding focus.
With the economy on the rebound, MBA applications are on the rise according to Bloomberg Businessweek. And while it’s true that business school is potentially one of the greatest investments in your career you could make, you have to first understand if the MBA is right for you.
The best thing you can do is to meet students when on an MBA visit.
What questions should you ask during your visit?
The MBA school visit can certainly be a nerve-wracking experience.
You bitterly wonder why the GMAT tests your geometry skills. After all, it’s not like you want to be an architect.
Despite their various unique brand positions and program structures, top MBA programs all must teach the quantitative basics of finance, accounting, economics, and statistics.
It's an oft-quoted fact that the most common fear in this country is the fear of public speaking. There you stand, in front of a crowd, palms sweating, heart racing, voice cracking, and every visible part of your body shaking.…
Meet Simone Washington.