To-Do List for Admitted, Waitlisted, or Denied MBA Applicants
With round two notifications pouring in from many schools, MBA hopefuls need to know what to do now, no matter which status group—admitted, waitlisted, denied—they fall into. Once the celebrating has died down, … Read More
Should You Consider Applying in Round 3?
You tried your best, but you just couldn’t pull together all of your business school materials before Round 2 deadlines hit. Now what should you do? Isn’t Round 3 where MBA applications go to die? Not always. In … Read More
Waitlisted? What To Do Now
If you receive a waitlist notice, you will most likely not know how to feel. It is not an acceptance and yet you have not been rejected. The first thing to remember to do when you are waitlisted is to congratulate … Read More
The Three Kinds of Waitlisting Schools
Schools fall into three broad categories in terms of how they handle their waitlisted applicants. Since schools change policies and may fit into different categories in different years, it is better to refer to the … Read More
What To Do If You Are Not Accepted Into The MBA Program Of Your Choice
Regrettably, only approximately 15% of all applicants will receive positive news from the admissions offices of the most competitive business schools. If as a candidate you are very selective and only consider a small … Read More
MBA Admissions Myths Destroyed: The Open Waitlist is a Flood
In the past, we have discussed the myth that the closed waitlist is a test and have advised candidates to trust admissions officers at their respective words, meaning not communicating with those who have expressly … Read More
MBA Admissions Myths Destroyed: The Closed Waitlist Is a Test!
You have waited and waited for your admissions decision. Finally, you see a status update and your heart skips a beat. You quickly scroll down, looking for “congratulations,” but instead you see those dreaded … Read More
Confessions of an Admissions Officer
This week’s article is written by guest author Amanda Albright Turner. You studied tirelessly for the GMAT, courted old bosses for glowing recommendations, dazzled your interviewer and wrote arguably the best … Read More