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MIT Sloan - Class of 2014 Applicants

MBA Program Deadlines
For August 2012 entry
Application Received By 12 noon Pacific Standard Time

MBA Round I* Tuesday, Oct 25, 2011
MBA Round II Tuesday, Jan 10, 2012

Decisions Released By Feb 6, 2012 (Round 1) and Apr 2, 2012 (Round 2)

* Reapplicants must submit their application by the Round I deadline. LGO reapplicants must submit their reapplication by the LGO deadline.
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Prepare a cover letter (up to 500 words) seeking a place in the MIT Sloan MBA Program. Describe your accomplishments and include an example of how you had an impact on a group or organization. Your letter should conform to standard business correspondence and be addressed to Mr. Rod Garcia, Director of MBA Admissions.

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We are interested in learning more about you and how you work, think, and act. For each essay, please provide a brief overview of the situation followed by a detailed description of your response. Please limit the experiences you discuss to those which have occurred in the past three years.

In each of the essays please describe in detail what you thought, felt, said, and did.

• Essay 1: Please describe a time when you went beyond what was defined, expected, established, or popular. (500 words or fewer, limited to one page)

• Essay 2: Please describe a time when you convinced an individual or group to accept one of your ideas. (500 words or fewer, limited to one page)

• Essay 3: Please describe a time when you had to make a decision without having all the information you needed. (500 words or fewer, limited to one page)

Supplemental Information (Optional)
You may use this section to address whatever else you want the Admissions Committee to know. (250 words or fewer, limited to one page)


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Profile of MIT Sloan Class of 2012

Age (in years) Range of age 22-37 Mean age 27.65
Work experience (in years) Range of experience 0-12 Mean years of experience 4.92

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Range of GMAT (middle 80%) 680-760 Mean GMAT 717
Gender Female 34% Male 66%

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U.S. citizens 50% U.S. permanent residents 8% Internationals 42%
Citizenship Africa 2% Asia 27% Europe 11% North America 51% Oceania < 1% South America 8%

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I couldn't agree with you more, though you can add "white US male with anything other than consulting or IB on resume". I spent 10 years across 2 big companies building a resume I thought would be worthy of these schools. I've lived some of the businesses cases these schools teach. I was the only person in those positions who didn't already have an elite tier MBA. I've done years of strategy work on decisions as big as $2B. Yet, I was told in a ding report that my experience is "boring" simply because of my titles. How more superficial can you get?


I'm sorry to hear you weren't accepted. I know how frustrating it can be. I applied to schools last year and managed to get one waitlist and string of rejections. It was pretty disheartening and made me really doubt myself. Quite honestly, in hindsight, I am really glad I didn't get in last year. The experience made me take a hard look at my candidacy. As a result, my essays were much stronger (I probably wrote 6-7 drafts for each essay for each school). My job would probably be considered "boring" as I wrote my application last year. I just didn't highlight or focus on the "right" things. For the most part I told the same stories, but just in a different way. I learned so much through my experience last year and yeah, it sucked, but I am glad it happened.

Also, I would argue that your assessment of successful candidates is not fair. I certainly do not work in IB or consulting. I work in manufacturing, at a no-name company, in a plant where I am one of 3 people with a college degree; nobody has their MBA and most think I am insane to want to go back to school full time.

I would take a hard look at your applications before you make these blanket assumptions. Top business schools have people of all backgrounds, which to me is one of the elements that make them so appealing. Most everyone who applies to these schools is well qualified to attend. It is just comes down to execution and how well you communicate your experiences.
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I called MIT admissions office and no one was picking up. It seems they are closed today (like many offices including mine). That means they are not planning to stuff our stockings with rejects (I imagine they would have gotten a lot of complains/hate-mail about their ding timing last year). The earliest they can ding us is on Monday, so I am gonna stop thinking about MIT and try to enjoy the long weekend!
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I couldn't agree with you more, though you can add "white US male with anything other than consulting or IB on resume". I spent 10 years across 2 big companies building a resume I thought would be worthy of these schools. I've lived some of the businesses cases these schools teach. I was the only person in those positions who didn't already have an elite tier MBA. I've done years of strategy work on decisions as big as $2B. Yet, I was told in a ding report that my experience is "boring" simply because of my titles. How more superficial can you get?


How superficial can YOU get??? I'm glad the adcom smelled the poor sportsmanship through your apps. Seriously, your reaction is to criticize the process and stereotype successful applicants? I have met some of the most amazing and diverse people through Sloan events for admitted students, and white US males have apparently been very successful in finding careers outside of consulting or IB - contrary to "popular belief".

I don't imply that your WE is not impressive or that you're not well accomplished. Everyone here is definitely qualified. But maybe the writing was a bit off or the stories just didn't resonate. But whatever the reason, start reevaluating yourself in the mirror instead of assuming we're all blue chip or vagabonds.
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What does everyone think about giving examples from the same event/organization in two different questions? I know it would be considered rather narrow in terms of experience, but I'd like to know if there are anybody thinks otherwise?


Personally, I don't think it would matter if the examples are from the same organization. What about people who have worked at only one organization for the past 3 years- their experiences are going to be from there! What matters is the breadth of experiences.
My 2 cents.


If you can, mix it up. If they're from the same organization or company at least try to make them different projects--those from consulting have the advantage here. There are a handful of applicants who were 1 year postgrad or straight-out-of-undergrad, but they all worked part-time professionally and during their summers so they had different experiences to pull from for their essays. When you keep referencing the same project, it may raise concerns that you do not have enough experience yet. Remember, all of your examples do not have to come from your full-time job. If you have a startup, volunteer placement, community sports team, etc. that you're involved in, pull examples from there. Also, keep in mind that in interviews, adcomm asks for additional examples not included in your essays. For Sloan, I chose experiences that matched the core Sloan values and initiatives best. For other schools, I diversified more, kept my startup as a subject but switched up the others to formal employment examples. I was both a non-traditional and young applicant.

Essay Q's Last Year:

Essay 1: Please describe a time when you went beyond what was defined, expected, established, or popular.

[Emphasized going beyond what was expected and established and focused on the past five years (primarily in undergrad)--freelanced professionally, several internships, consistently beat quotas at work despite a decreasing budget, launched a startup, awards, etc. As opposed to focusing on one particular project, I made the essay more high level so the theme was more about raising the status quo.]

• Essay 2: Please describe a time when you convinced an individual or group to accept one of your ideas.

[Described convincing administration, faculty and student leaders to restructure a disaster relief strategy. Was careful to point out how the change not only made the relief efforts more effective, but also helped raise the profile of the university on a national scale. B-Schools want to believe that the students they admit would make comparable contributions to the program.]

• Essay 3: Please describe a time when you took responsibility for achieving an objective.

[Described the launch of my startup and the awards it received. Also, emphasized collaboration and the tech innovation behind the company.]

Hope this helps!
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Does anyone know if the interview questions for Sloan are customized for each candidate? I only have 2 yrs WE under my belt and it's really hard coming up with good additional examples for certain behavioral questions. Little worried.

I had my interview yesterday and yes, the interviewer had read my entire application and knew what she was going to ask me. With that said, you have the opportunity to guide the discussion in the direction you want to and the one where you can hit your strongest points. My interviewer would ask me follow up questions based upon the examples I chose for my answers and the points I hit in each story. So I ensured that we had the opportunity to address everything that I wanted to talk about. Also, look at the clearadmit wiki page for Sloan interviews - it is really good and has a comprehensive list of questions. Good luck!
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I had my interview yesterday and yes, the interviewer had read my entire application and knew what she was going to ask me. With that said, you have the opportunity to guide the discussion in the direction you want to and the one where you can hit your strongest points. My interviewer would ask me follow up questions based upon the examples I chose for my answers and the points I hit in each story. So I ensured that we had the opportunity to address everything that I wanted to talk about. Also, look at the clearadmit wiki page for Sloan interviews - it is really good and has a comprehensive list of questions. Good luck!


Thanks for the insight! Do interview stories/experiences have to be within the last 3 years as well - similar to the essays?


She did not mention any restrictions, neither did she ask to NOT use the stories already listed in my application elsewhere. However, I stuck to recent stories and examples and did not repeat my essay stories.
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Called MIT Sloan office and asked what is going to happen to suckers like me still holding out hope for an R1 interview.
Guy there said that they are still processing applications and there is a chance we might still hear back over the next few
days. (Yeah right! and if my aunt grew a beard, she could become my uncle)
After beating around the bush for a while, he basically said that for guys who do not get an interview call would either be
dinged or wait-listed on decision day.
Analysis of last year's wait list indicates that the odds of getting out of MIT's wait list is very slim. So boys and girls,
Romano shall ride off into the sunset with the school that loves him and not the school that he loves.
Ah! The pangs of unrequited love.
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Can you let us know how many slots were available, and how many were filled up in SFO?


There are 14 slots (out of 40) still available in SFO.
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Do MIT make calls or just realease the decision by e-mail?
What time do they usually send it??


I scrolled back a few pages (page 29) to see when R1 notifications went out. It looks like they were sent out a little before 8pm eastern. Seems like an email when out and then some people also mentioned getting a call. R1 admits could probably shed a little more light on this. I will be anxiously waiting...


Thanks for doing that! The wait is nerve wracking.


No problem! This is one of few times on a Friday afternoon that I will ever say I wish it was Monday!
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from what you read/learned, how big/likely are Sloan's scholarships? As per my info, that is one toughest schools in that respect.


Scholarships are exceptionally few and far between. As has been mentioned in the thread already, Sloan offers generously-compensated TA positions which can get you between 30% - 70% of the relevant semester's tuition paid, however most (not all) of these positions are only available in the second year. I've heard stories of guys getting up to 95% paid but this is really exceptional (and you'd have no life).

My own personal view on this is that this system is arguably "fairer" than a pure scholarship system, as those who have genuine need for the funds will make the effort to earn a TA position, whereas those who don't really need the money won't bother.

In addition, Sloan does offer guaranteed loans covering both tuition and living costs to both domestic and international students (even without cosigner) via the MIT Federal Credit Union. Loan rates are very competitive (US Prime +2.00% to US Prime +2.75%), and there are lots of good features, such as no draw fees, and the ability to make unlimited additional repayments (e.g. if you get a signing bonus post-MBA) without additional charges.

Finally, when considering MBA financing, also consider money that you might earn from internships (though obviously this appplies to every B School).
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In for R1.. one Q -- Please describe a time when you had to make a decision without having all the information you needed. -- is this has to be a work related experience or some personal or extracurr experience can be included too ? -- what are the gmatclubbers thinking abt this..


It doesn't specify, you can pick whatever you want. You probably want to step back and look at your application as a whole and decide what essays you want to be work related, what essays you want to use an outside example.
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In for R1.. one Q -- Please describe a time when you had to make a decision without having all the information you needed. -- is this has to be a work related experience or some personal or extracurr experience can be included too ? -- what are the gmatclubbers thinking abt this..


MBA22,

Happy to help you out here. You can choose either. Just make sure that if you choose a personal story, the rest of your essays are professional. This IS BUSINESS school, after all. But, yes, adding a personal story is something we always recommend. It shows the adcom that you're more than just a PROFILE. You're a PERSON. And that's the sort of stuff that will get their attention and get YOU to stand out.

Hope that helps. You should also check out our take on all of MIT's essays: http://www.precisionessay.com/2011/10/2 ... -analysis/

That should help you as you keep on truckin'
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For the cover letter, is everyone writing their addresses and the address of Rod Garcia, adhering to "standard business correspondence"? If yes, that makes up a lot of words, out of 500 !


Anybody got an answer for this?



I was in the online chat room today. Admissions representative said 500 word-count begins after "Dear Mr. Garcia". So the addresses won't count towards the word limit.
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Can someone explain what exactly, they mean by "standard business correspondence"? I take it from the discussion here the consensus is that you should have your address, and the address of the admissions office at the top of the letter, then start "Dear Mr. Garcia", are there any other format things I should be aware of?


I'm certainly not qualified to explain "standard business correspondence" but I can tell you what I did.

I used the cover letter as my Why MBA / Why Sloan / What now essay. I basically re-worked my HBS/Booth essays into a more formal tone. I started off with the obligatory "I am seeking a place at MIT Sloan...etc."

Next, I launched into my future goals and briefly highlighted my accomplishments to 1) qualified myself for my stated goal and 2) provide a sneak preview for the topics of my remaining essays.

After that I explained in detail how one of my accomplishments had an impact on my organization. Finally, I told them why I wanted to study at MIT and ended off with "Thank you for your time and consideration"

Bottom line: I started and ended the letter in typical cover letter fashion and I reused my HBS/Booth essays for the body.

This may not be correct but I'm pretty burnt out of applications at this point. If anyone has suggestions, feel free to share.
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Hi all,

I am a current Sloan student and LGO Fellow. For those of you who do not know, LGO (Leaders for Global Operations) is MIT's dual degree program with a focus in Operations (Sloan and the MIT School of Engineering). Personally, in addition to the Sloan MBA, I am working on my MS in Mechanical Engineering. Please feel free to PM me or post with any questions or really any thoughts that you may have about the program.

I wanted to make sure everyone here knew about the upcoming LGO Ambassador day (the main visit day). It is a great time to see if MIT-LGO is a good fit for you and experience a day in the life of a LGO.

Here is some basic information:
Event: Experience MIT Leaders for Global Operations, Ambassador Day and Information Evening
Where: MIT
Date: Monday, November 7, 2011
Time: 10:00AM-5:30PM
RSVP: Email lgo@mit.edu.

The following blog has much more detail about the event: http://lgo-blog.mit.edu/2011/09/lgo-ambassador-day-and-information.html

Hope to see you there,
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Whew, application submitted! That was my last one, now I just have to wait and hope for interviews.
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I was also confused abt the 3 year limit for essays and asked in one of the chat session if i can use an example 3.5 years back. i was told 3 years is a strong suggestion and there shouldnt be any problem with 3.5 years.
submitted for R1 today. feeling very relaxed and all set to enjoy the big indian festival of diwali tomorrow.
i also asked abt number of applicants last year in the chat. i was told 4400 applicants applied last year across 2 rounds of which around 25% were called for an interview for final batch of 400.
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Based on analyzing last year's thread, it looks like invites should come out by close of business today for northeast US residents (Boston, NYC, DC, etc). It looks like other geographies have to wait another few days.
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Just received my invite at 4:15EST!!!

Submitted on deadline day. I live in Boston.
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