In this post, the Chicago Booth admissions team highlighted a number of things to consider before hitting “submit.” However this advice is generally useful and applicable to all MBA applicants.
Kara Hayman, Associate Director, Full-time MBA Admissions at the Haas School of Business, posted four tips on how to submit your strongest application.
In a Bloomberg BusinessWeek interview, Harvard Business School’s Deirdre Leopold explains that the best way for applicants to stand out is to avoid “overcrafting, overthinking, overwriting”
Most MBA applicants, especially to top schools, have to face their insecurities at one time or another. The competitive nature of the MBA application process often leads you to silently wonder “do I have a chance of getting in?” or “how can I get in?”.
What distinguishes the one MBA applicant who is accepted by the top-ranked business schools from the nine who are not? In this article, an experienced admissions consultant reveals the #1 thing that successful applicants to the best business schools have in common.
Many applicants wonder how undergraduate grades impact your competitiveness for business school. Learn why the admissions committee cares about your undergraduate grades and what you should do — right now — if your grades are working against you.