An ambitious college freshman asked me how he could get in to the HBS 2+2 program. He wanted advice on what he might do over his few years at university to improve the likelihood he’d be admitted to Harvard Business School’s 2+2 program when he applied.
Planning for an MBA
Tyler Cormney was recently interviewed by Darren Joe from Touch MBA. Their discussion focused on the key steps to preparing an application that puts you in the top 10%. Hint: it’s not your essay(s)!
Read this article for guidance on building an MBA Application work plan for the period 3 – 6 until the deadline.
Admissions officers evaluate your academic history and standardized test scores to judge whether you have the intelligence, discipline, and drive to perform in their MBA program. We identify a few areas that might raise concerns when they review your grades and test scores.
Many top business schools require MBA applicants to have at least two years of work experience before they apply. In this article, we discuss some of the “red flags” that may put your MBA application at risk with respect to your work experience.
MBA admissions officers from top business schools ask about your career goals because they want to know that you have exciting plans for the future and to ensure that an MBA from their program makes sense given your specific aims. In this article, we examine some red flags in the area of career goals that might hurt your chances of admission.