Archive for 2011
Got Dinged? It’s Not Over Yet…
It hurts! But instead of wasting time thinking about your ding, there are concrete measures you can take.
Congratulations Round 1!
Round 1 is complete and we are quickly moving forward with two Consortium rounds and our round 2 applications!
How to Get Over the Holiday Blues
Back at work today? You definitely want to read this post! Whether you’ve been away for 2 weeks of sun, sea, sand, snow or have just [...]
Playing The International Card
When Geir Bore, a McKinsey & Co. consultant in Oslo, Norway, was looking at a business school to attend two years ago, his first choice [...]
What Does The Essay Word Limit Really Mean?
Word limits: every applicant's nightmare. But what do they really mean?
The 10 Best GMAT Stories of 2011 – Number 4
Wowza! A nearly 300-point improvement in a month?! Incredible!
Women of the EMBA: Chantal Gouvea
This is the third post in our Women of the EMBA series, celebrating the many strong and active women enrolled in the Texas Executive MBA program [...]
How To Erase a Negative Impression at a Job Interview
Dear Classy Career Girl, Thanks for all the great advice I get from your blog. Definitely a wealth of information for ladies working our way up [...]
Conflict Management and Negotiations Styles
In my Conflict Management and Negotiation class in MBA program at GWSB this past Fall term one of the assignments (graded, too) was to keep [...]
The 10 Best GMAT Stories of 2011 – Number 5
havok offers some unconventional advice for beating the GMAT.
What to Read – and What Not to Read – on RC Passages
Stacey explains how to read a long passage in less than 3 minutes - with detailed notes!
What do we actually learn?
Touching some more on the topic of the previous blog entry: In the process of researching business schools we usually compare entry vs. exit salary to [...]
International Students Play “Big Role” at UCLA Anderson
Working as a marketing director in Mexico City, Ron Friedman decided it was time to earn an MBA – in the U.S. In addition to [...]
Always remember your primary goal and prioritize it. How could something seemingly so simple be so difficult? This past year, from acceptance to the writing [...]