Did you ace our first MBA quiz? Try your luck once more with Part 2 and stay tuned for future challenges! (Scroll down for the answers).
1. Which of the following business schools does not offer a joint MD/MBA degree?
a) Stanford Graduate School of Business
b) Columbia Business School
c) Duke Fuqua School of Business
d) University of Chicago Booth School of Business
e) all of the above offer MD/MBA programs
2. Which of the following schools has the least number of students enrolled in its full-time MBA program?
a) Cornell Johnson School of Business
b) New York University Stern School of Business
c) Stanford Graduate School of Business
d) University of Virginia Darden
e) Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth
3. Which top b-school prides itself on its weekly “C-Functions,” which feature entertainment organized by a specific campus group?
a) Yale School of Management
b) Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management
c) MIT Sloan School of Management
d) Boston University School of Management
e) UCLA Anderson School of Management
4. The “Multidisciplinary Action Projects” (MAP) course is a signature component of which business school’s first year curriculum?
a) Darden School of Business: University of Virginia
b) University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business
c) Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis
d) Michigan Ross School of Business
e) Kelley School of Business: Indiana University Bloomington
5. What top business school is planning to open a new complex named after the co-founder of Nike this spring?
a) University of California–Berkeley Haas School of Business
b) Stanford Graduate School of Business
c) University of California–Los Angeles Anderson School of Management
d) Harvard Business School
e) New York University Stern School of Business
1. e) all of the above offer MD/MBA programs
2. e) Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. With approximately 500 students, Tuck’s full-time MBA enrollment is the lowest of those 5 schools. NYU Stern has a full-time MBA enrollment of 807; Stanford GSB’s enrollment is 799, Cornell’s is 602, and Darden’s is 772.
3. c) MIT Sloan School of Management. Read more about C-Functions here.
4. d) Michigan Ross School of Business. Ross students spend seven weeks of the spring semester of their first year exclusively dedicated to MAP projects, which entail working in small groups to solve a real-world business problem presented by a client company. For more about MAP, click here.
5. b) Stanford Graduate School of Business. Learn more about the GSB’s new Knight School of Management here.
This article was written by Meghan Daniels. For GMAT prep and MBA admissions advice, visit the Knewton GMAT blog.