After the GMAT, writing the admissions essays is one of the most daunting tasks.
Applications (and, later, interviews and admit weekends) on top of work make it feel like you’ve kicked your life into high gear. Get used to that feeling — it won’t go away any time soon.
Campus visits are a great way to connect with current students and to establish your ‘fit’.
Start having the difficult conversations with your partner regarding your b-school journey and how your partner can be a part of it.
If you’re coming from a non-traditional background and are unsure about whether an MBA is right for you, consider the following life skills you build through an MBA program.
Two years ago around this time of year, I bought my first GMAT study book. It was soon after I had made the decision to apply to business school. Investing in this surprisingly expensive book, seemed like a worthy initial step to take.
Forté recently wrapped up our fall Forté Forum events and now offer a series of webinars to further support you in the pre-MBA process.
Those applying Round 1 or 2 are likely starting to think about asking for recommendations from your current employer.
You've made the choice to pursue an MBA, congratulations! Before you start tackling those applications, your next big decision is to choose the type of program that is right for you.
Jaclyn Luft and Lauren Merkel have at least two things in common: they’re both studying for their MBA at McGill University and they both come to the program from non-traditional undergraduate degrees. Read Full Article »