Managing your time to achieve a winning MBA application while also achieving success in your full time job can be a real balancing act.
Sometimes just getting started is the hardest part.
It’s good to be applying to b-school as a woman.
Being super successful often makes you hyper-involved. But does being an everything bagel help or hurt you when applying to b-school?
The GPA is the only thing you can’t do anything about in your MBA application. Are you singing the GPA Blues?
Your whole life you have probably heard the battle cry, “Failure is not an option.” When it comes to MBA applications, however, it certainly is.
If you are 22-37 years old, congratulations, you’re a Millennial. You also happen to be in the sweet spot for returning for your MBA.
Whether it’s toothpaste, eyeglasses, or laptop computers, the modern marketplace is all about consumer choice. This has also made it to graduate schools of business.
The year is off to a roaring start---is this also the year you get into b-school? Depends on how you manage your time.
Round three is not for the faint of heart. Often considered the most competitive, surviving round three takes fortitude.
This time of year is stressful for many reasons. The holidays themselves are crushing. Family time can be just as taxing as it is soothing. Buying Christmas presents becomes a chore and like the song says, the traffic is terrific. Worst of all, MBA deadlines and all the accompanying details loom large.
Ok, you’ve submitted your Round Two applications and can now relax, right? Not before you do a few key things!
As the end of round two approaches, are you feeling like you’re running out of gas? Here’s a few things you do to stay motivated and finish well.
Business schools desire to see many key traits in their applicants: Leadership, teamwork, solid work experience, good grades. One often overlooked but very important skill for b-school is time management. Are you using this skill now to manage your application deadlines?
Applying for MBA programs means lots of contact with others. Students, Alumni, Faculty and Admissions representatives will all float in and out of your schedule during the peak months. Don’t forget to follow up with them if you want to make the best impression.
Failng to get organized as you begin your MBA application journey is tantamount to failing on purpose. Here's a few tips on how you can ensure you take the preparation for MBA apps as seriously as you take business school itself.
This time of year, applicants from all walks of life are contemplating returning to b-school, and it’s not just businesspeople who are applying. Does it make a difference where you come from when it comes to getting in?
A key part of establishing your MBA application story is to cast a compelling vision. The easiest way to ensure your rejection from top schools would be to fall short doing so.
This time of year is about finishing well and new beginnings. And Summertime, and sipping lemonade and relaxing. Before you head off to the beach, however, you might want to do a few things to advance your MBA application process.
Clients often go crazy trying to decide what business school to choose. While I always advise people to go to as good a school as they can get into, there is indeed much merit in having a good fit. On the other hand, when it comes to getting a job at the end, which can be argued is the real reason we all go back to b-school, how much does it really matter where you got your degree?