Archive for July, 2017
8 Myths About Getting into B-School
Here are some of the popular myths on applying to top MBA programs.
Pre-MBA Work Experience: Quantity vs. Quality
When evaluating your application, our MBA Admissions Committee aims for a complete picture of your qualifications and fit with the program. It’s all about perspective. [...]
Student Spotlight: David Frankel (UCLA Anderson Class of 2019)
This post is a part of the Student Spotlight series where we highlight a current Anderson student or alum to learn about his/her experiences at Anderson. DAVID FRANKEL UCLA [...]
Loving Private Equity? Hack an MBA – Part 2
As noted in my previous blog, a credible MBA applicant doesn’t just say they want to go into “private equity” but knows exactly what type of [...]
Admissions Director Q&A: Cristina Sassot of Barcelona’s ESADE
Last week, we learned a little about Cristina Sassot the person as part of our Real Humans of MBA Admissions Series. Among other things, she [...]
Don’t Play it Safe in Your MBA Application
As you begin to work on your Round 1 MBA materials, we have some advice for you: don’t try to be “Joe MBA.”
Why You: The Importance of Your Narrative When Applying to B-School
By Vik, a former Army Officer and member of the MilitaryToBusiness consulting team. One of the messages I consistently read when applying to business school, and since [...]
Beyond B-School: Two Goizueta Grads Turned Up-and-Coming CEOs
At Emory’s Goizueta Business School, one of the MBA program’s goals is to develop and support entrepreneurship in its students at every stage of their careers and [...]
UNC Kenan-Flagler: 2 Essays, 6 Things to Keep in Mind
Provide examples of how you live their values as you approach Kenan-Flagler’s essays.
Using Singular vs. Plural Verb after a Relative Pronoun
Remembering these relatively simple rules will make you feel more secure about Sentence Correction.
2017-2018 OSU Fisher MBA Essay Topic Analysis
Take a closer look at this year's essay OSU Fisher essay prompts.
The Cambridge Judge MBA Finance Approach
According to U.S. News & World Report, a career as a financial manager is the third hottest job for a graduating MBA student in 2017, while a [...]
Consider the 3 C’s of Fit When Choosing a B-School
Start determining the best fit for you by considering the three C’s—curriculum, communication, and culture.
Know the GMAT Code: Working Backwards – Part 2
Don't miss Stacey's key takeaways for Knowing the Code for working backwards.