Getting off the MBA Waitlist
While getting a spot on the MBA waitlist may be disappointing, being placed on the waitlist is generally good news. This means that the admissions committee liked your application, even if they are not quite ready to offer you a spot. There could be a variety of reasons for this. Perhaps they were not convinced that you would actually attend or wanted to wait until after round 2. Regardless of the reason, check out Personal MBA Coach's recent blog for our advice on how to increase your chances of getting off of the MBA Waitlist.
About Personal MBA Coach:
Founded by a Wharton MBA and MIT Sloan graduate who sits on the Association of International Graduate Admissions Consultants Board of Directors, Personal MBA Coach has been guiding clients for 15 years and is consistently ranked #1 or #2 by leading sources including Poets&Quants.
We help clients with all aspects of the MBA application process including early planning, GMAT/GRE/EA tutoring, application strategy, school selection, essay editing, and mock interviews. Our team includes former M7 admissions directors and former M7 admissions interviewers.
Last cycle, our clients earned more than $6.5M in scholarships!