Archive for July, 2017

8 Myths About Getting into B-School

by Expartus on July 31, 2017

Here are some of the popular myths on applying to top MBA programs.

Pre-MBA Work Experience: Quantity vs. Quality

by McCombs School of Business on July 31, 2017

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)

by Anderson School of Business on July 31, 2017

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

by Stratus Admissions Counseling on July 31, 2017

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

by Clear Admit on July 31, 2017

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

by Stacy Blackman Consulting on July 31, 2017

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 Military to Business on July 30, 2017

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

by Clear Admit on July 30, 2017

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

by Stratus Admissions Counseling on July 30, 2017

Provide examples of how you live their values as you approach Kenan-Flagler’s essays.

Using Singular vs. Plural Verb after a Relative Pronoun

by Economist GMAT Tutor on July 30, 2017

Remembering these relatively simple rules will make you feel more secure about Sentence Correction.

2017-2018 OSU Fisher MBA Essay Topic Analysis

by Clear Admit on July 29, 2017

Take a closer look at this year's essay OSU Fisher essay prompts.

The Cambridge Judge MBA Finance Approach

by Clear Admit on July 29, 2017

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

by Stacy Blackman Consulting on July 29, 2017

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

by Manhattan Prep on July 29, 2017

Don't miss Stacey's key takeaways for Knowing the Code for working backwards.