Scott Belsky, author of the best-selling book Making Ideas Happen and Chief Executive Officer of Behance published some interesting article on how to find career success. This will be of interest to those trying to articulate their career goals.
MBA Prep School’s analysis of Chicago Booth’s Essay 1 for the 2011/12 application season: What are your short and long-term goals, and how will a Chicago Booth MBA help you reach them?
Many MBA applicants struggle to articule their longer-term career goals. Some applicants have a vague notion of wanting to do something to “serve” their country or region but often don’t know how to express that in concrete terms. Yet the ability to coherently link a private sector career with public service is one way of differentiating your career goals/purpose statement.
An A+ MBA career goals essay will convince the admissions committee that you will achieve great things in the future! This article will teach you how to write an outstanding career goals essay.
We frequently receive requests for profile evaluations (i.e., what are my chances of getting into School X given my profile?) … MBA Prep School has created an exercise called the Ding Diagnostic which helps applicants do some self-assessment on their candidacy. The more checkmarks (or “dings”) your profile earns on the checklist below the more of a reach a highly selective program will be for you.