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Re: Stanford GSB Calling all applicants for Class of 2016! [#permalink] New post 13 Nov 2013, 16:00
FROM Stanford Admissions Blog: Round 1 Interview Timeline
The Stanford MBA Round 1 application deadline just passed (2 October), and we are hard at work preparing applications for review. If you submitted an application, congratulations! We look forward to learning more about you. If not, we hope you'll apply in Round 2 or 3.

No matter what your application status is, we thought you'd want to know that our interview process will be slightly different. We decided to compress the interview timeline. For Round 1, this means we will issue interview invitations from 28 October through 26 November only, rather than over the entire round. We will send no invitations before 28 October or after 26 November. We expect to issue the majority of invitations by 19 November. (We hope this prevents those of you who applied in Round 1 from obsessively refreshing your email for most of October.)

Although the final notification date for Round 1 remains 11 December, this compressed interview timeline will allow us to let you know on 26 November whether or not you still are being considered for admission. Some of you have told us that if the answer is a definite "no," you'd rather know earlier to give you more time to work on Round 2 applications for other schools. We heard you.

This new process is a pilot, so interview dates for Round 2 and 3 are not yet set. Our hope is that this compressed timeline helps ease your anxiety as you navigate the application process. As always, we'll keep you posted.
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Re: Stanford GSB Calling all applicants for Class of 2016! [#permalink] New post 13 Nov 2013, 16:00
FROM Stanford Admissions Blog: Stanford MBA Class of 2015 Profile
Looking at the Stanford MBA class profiles over the years, you may notice that the percentages always shift a bit here or there. With our small class size, even two students can, and do, create such variations. Since our candidate pool is ever changing, the numbers in the entering class change, too.

These fluctuations also speak to our admission process. We don't admit categories; we admit individuals. There are no quotas or targets in the Stanford admission process, and we assess each applicant based on her or his own merit. This is why we consider a class profile illustrative, rather than informative. In truth, there is no metric that can capture an individual's potential.

The MBA Class of 2015 is no exception. We welcomed 406 students this year, the largest class in the history of Stanford GSB. Not only are there more students in the class, but also greater diversity of experience and background. Here are some of the other shifts in the Class of 2015 profile:
  • The class comprises a record number of international and U.S. schools.
  • Representation of both women and U.S. minorities in the class increased.
  • Students joined the Stanford community directly from a record 300 organizations. More than 67% of students are the sole classmate joining Stanford directly from that organization.
  • As always, there was fluctuation in industry representation, with increases in biotech, consulting, and consumer-products sectors.
  • The number of humanities and sciences majors in the class jumped, while a handful fewer students studied business or engineering.
  • Average TOEFL and GMAT scores crept up slightly. The score ranges, however, stayed consistent.
  • Average years of pre-MBA work experience fell slightly from last year's decade-long high. The range of years of work experience also narrowed slightly.

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Re: Stanford GSB Calling all applicants for Class of 2016! [#permalink] New post 13 Nov 2013, 16:00
FROM Stanford Admissions Blog: What Will You Do With an MBA?
When Robyn Sue Fisher '07 came to the GSB, she already had a successful consulting career in biotech under her belt. But like many Stanford MBA students, Robyn decided to change her course in pursuit of a dream.

At the GSB, Robyn developed a business plan in her Startup Garage course. Today, she is the owner of Smitten, a San Francisco ice cream company that uses high-tech methods to make a very old-fashioned favorite. Learn more about Robyn, her ice cream, and her journey to entrepreneurial success in this short video.

Obviously, not all Stanford MBAs start their own ventures. To see how GSB alumni are impacting their corners of the world in very different ways, take a look at the article, 17 Stanford Business Students Who Are Going to Change the World.
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FROM Stanford Admissions Blog: Let the Myth Busting Begin
It's that special time of year again. Halloween is just behind us, Round 1 applications are being reviewed, and the Round 2 deadline is coming up soon. It can all mean only one thing - time to debunk some common myths surrounding the admission process.

MYTH 1: The interview has a lot of weight so if I blow the interview, I have blown my chances of being admitted.
THE TRUTH: There is no specific weight assigned to the interview; the interview is one part of a comprehensive process. A positive interview does not guarantee admission, while a less than favorable interview does not, by itself, preclude admission. The written application, including the essays and letters of reference, is a critical part of the evaluation process. The interview is a key source of supplemental information.

MYTH 2: I received my interview invitation early in the round so it must mean I have a better chance of getting admitted.
THE TRUTH: The timing of your interview invitation reflects only the order in which your application was reviewed (and the order in which your application was reviewed doesn't mean anything, honest!). Applications are not reviewed in any particular order, and applicants are not ranked.

MYTH 3: Visiting campus before or after I've submitted my application is an important way to demonstrate my interest in Stanford and increase my chances of being admitted.
THE TRUTH: Visiting campus does not affect your chances of admission whatsoever. Think of it this way - we wouldn't want to bias the process towards only people with the proximity, time, or resources to visit. You may wish to visit if it's helpful to your research and decision-making process about schools. Of course, we always welcome visitors! But we also understand that for some of you that may not be feasible. If you have only one chance to visit, save your time and money and come after you've been admitted for Admit Weekend, where you'll meet students, alumni, faculty, and your future classmates.

Thanks for reading! Check back next week for more myth busting, or if you can't wait, you can learn more about our admission process on our website.
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Re: Stanford GSB Calling all applicants for Class of 2016! [#permalink] New post 13 Nov 2013, 16:00
FROM Stanford Admissions Blog: Video Profile of Student Veteran Dan Berschinski, MBA 2015
In honor of Veterans Day, cbsnews.com recently profiled GSB student Dan Berschinski, MBA '15, a former Army first lieutenant who lost both legs in Afghanistan. The video and accompanying article describe Dan's journey from the battlefield to the classroom, where he is preparing himself to grow a business so that he can hire other disabled vets.

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Stanford University is committed to supporting student veterans. Application fee waivers for the MBA Program application are currently available to active duty U.S. military service members or U.S. military veterans who have been honorably discharged. Learn more about the military fee waiver on our website.
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Re: Stanford GSB Calling all applicants for Class of 2016! [#permalink] New post 13 Nov 2013, 22:12
This will be yet another attempt to look inside the black box that is GSB admissions. Why? Mostly because I am trying to overcome the nervousness accompanying the wait for that coveted interview invite. Who am I? That's a deep question but sufficient to know that I had applied two years back, was interviewed and rejected. I am stating up front that this is full of assumptions that may not mean anything at all.

Another GMATClub member posted y'day that he/she heard from adcom that they still have many invites to offer. I started thinking as to how many invites there could be remaining, just to make myself feel hopeful.

Stanford, through its blogs, has said on multiple occasions that it interviews about 1000-1200 applicants every season. Conservatively speaking, lets assume that the number is 1000. I am going to assume 400 invites go out in R1, 450 in R2 and 150 in R3. For R1, the interview period is from Oct 28 to Nov 26, with most invites sent by 19 Nov. Conservatively speaking, lets assume 19 Nov as the closing deadline for invites. This leaves the adcom with 17 working days to send out 400 invites. That means there would be about 80-100 invites that would be going out in the next 4 working days. Sanity check - Stanford invites around 20% of applicants for interviews. Based on my assumptions, that means 2,000 applicants in R1, ~3,000 in R2 (odds are known to be lower) and 1,000 odd applicants in R3 => 6,000 applicants throughout the year.

Wait, should I be hopeful or more worried? Why do I do these things? :|
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Re: Stanford GSB Calling all applicants for Class of 2016! [#permalink] New post 14 Nov 2013, 08:49
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I received an invite today... Now I can stop incessantly checking emails


Congrats!! Did you receive it this morning?
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Re: Stanford GSB Calling all applicants for Class of 2016! [#permalink] New post 14 Nov 2013, 08:54
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I received an invite today... Now I can stop incessantly checking emails


Congrats~ did you walk your neighbor's dog? :lol:
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Re: Stanford GSB Calling all applicants for Class of 2016! [#permalink] New post 14 Nov 2013, 08:57
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I received an invite today... Now I can stop incessantly checking emails


Congrats!! Did you receive it this morning?


Thanks! Yep got it late morning east coast time
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Re: Stanford GSB Calling all applicants for Class of 2016! [#permalink] New post 14 Nov 2013, 08:59
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I received an invite today... Now I can stop incessantly checking emails


Congrats~ did you walk your neighbor's dog? :lol:


Ha no, but I did give a homeless guy $5 last night. Maybe there's something to this karma thing...
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Re: Stanford GSB Calling all applicants for Class of 2016! [#permalink] New post 14 Nov 2013, 09:03
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I received an invite today... Now I can stop incessantly checking emails


Congrats~ did you walk your neighbor's dog? :lol:


Ha no, but I did give a homeless guy $5 last night. Maybe there's something to this karma thing...


:cry: I regularly give homeless guys coins...seems this karma thing does not work for me. maybe I should try to give USD instead of RMB... :lol:
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I'm going to indulge myself and offer some perspective as a reapplicant who was interviewed last year. Yes, this waiting for an interview sucks. Yes, I will be sorely disappointed if I don't get an interview this year. Yes, I'm starting to look realistically at other options as the 19th creeps closer.

However, let me promise you something: As terrible as this is- the dull ache day in and day out - it is NOTHING compared to a full day of waiting by your phone in vain for DB to call. You tasted it. You tasted victory, they were interested in your application, you met an alum who sells YOU on how great the GSB is. Then you wait. And you wait. And you refresh this website and see people ecstatically getting calls. You make wild, nonsensical deals with yourself. You think about DB eating a sandwich- this must be why he hasn't called you yet. Maybe he went out to get a coffee. Your friends think you are on drugs when you wildly answer the phone like a crazy person. Then reality sinks in and it's all over. A polite "No thanks" comes to your inbox the next morning.

I sincerely hope all of you invitees get offers of admission, but as a matter of statistics, that won't happen. So, I want to assure those of you (of us?) who do not get interviewed that your position is superior to the interview-rejection recipient. Perhaps to love and lose is better than not loving at all, but I assure you in this arena that a quick pull of the bandaid is so much superior to a slow, agonizing, and tortuous consideration that ends in rejection.

Good luck my friends, all of you! I know "they" say not to check these sites, but it does make me feel better and I do enjoy the anonymous camaraderie. As for my stats, I got top marks at Harvard undergrad, gmat in the 730-750 range, have started a profitable company, and have tons of international f/t work experience with several promotions. I would admit me in a heartbeat!
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FROM Stanford Admissions Blog: Recommendation Myths Debunked
This is the second of three posts in our Myth Busters series. Last week we kicked it off by upending misconceptions around interviews and campus visits. This time, we're focusing on Letters of Reference. For all the facts, we highly recommend visiting the Application Materials section of our website.

MYTH 1: If I work in a family business, am self-employed, or can't tell my boss that I'm applying, I will be at a disadvantage since I cannot get a recommendation from a current direct supervisor.
THE TRUTH: Rest assured that you are not the only applicant in this situation. You may not be disclosing to your employer that you are applying to business school. You may have started a new job recently, and your supervisor does not really know you that well. Perhaps you are self-employed, run your own company, or work in a family business where your direct supervisor is a relative (not a good choice for a recommendation!). If you're in one of these situations, you just need to be a little more creative in terms of where you get your recommendation. You could ask anyone who is in a position to evaluate your work: a previous supervisor, a client, or a member of your board of directors.

MYTH 2: It is okay to submit more than three recommendations. In fact, more is better!
THE TRUTH: We discourage you from sending additional letters. More is not better. In fact, it can have the opposite of the intended effect as it adds an additional burden to our staff who review literally thousands and thousands of pages over the application season. When we receive additional letters of reference either before or after the application deadline, we do add them to your application file, but there's no guarantee that they will be reviewed.

MYTH 3: It is better to get my recommendations from three different sources to highlight different aspects of my professional and personal background.
THE TRUTH: It's your decision how to present yourself in your application, what to highlight and what to focus on. And, this goes for your choice of recommenders as well. Some applicants get all their references from work; others choose a peer reference from outside of work. Some get all their references from their current employers; others include recent previous employers. There is no one right way. When choosing a recommender, our best advice is to (1) choose someone who knows you really well and can provide the detail, examples, and specifics that support his/her assertions; and (2) choose someone who is truly enthused to write a recommendation for you and will spend sufficient time writing a thoughtful letter.

MYTH 4: Recommendations must be written in English.
THE TRUTH: Recommendations must be submitted in English, but we do not expect the English to be perfect in recommendations written by non-native speakers. We focus on the content of the letter, not the writing style, so we will ignore syntax or grammar errors or awkward phrasing. However, if you and your recommenders think that their English is not sufficient to convey complex ideas, it may be to your advantage to have them write in their native language and then get it translated into English either by a friend or colleague of the recommender, or from a paid service. The translation does not need to be from a paid service unless that is the only option available to the recommender. The translation is the responsibility of the recommender; the translator cannot be the applicant or a friend or family member of the applicant. Your recommender would then upload both the original language and the English translation into the recommendation form, and must also supply us with the name and contact information of the translator in case we have additional follow-up questions.

MYTH 5: It's OK to provide a letter of recommendation from a professor as long as I did really well in the class.
THE TRUTH: We love professors - we are a school, after all - but faculty members typically are not the best choices for MBA recommendations. We find that they often ignore the questions we ask of recommenders, and instead, focus on how well you did in their classes (which we already know from your academic transcripts). If you are applying as a college senior and do not have much professional experience, there may be cases when a recommendation from a faculty member would be appropriate. For example, if you worked with a faculty member outside the classroom, perhaps as a teaching assistant or on an independent research opportunity, then that professor might be in a position to write a helpful recommendation. Still, you need to think carefully about whether that person can address the questions we ask in the recommendation form.

Thanks for reading! Check back next week for even more myth busting, or visit our website for myth-free admission process details.
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Re: Stanford GSB Calling all applicants for Class of 2016! [#permalink] New post 14 Nov 2013, 11:02
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I received an invite today... Now I can stop incessantly checking emails


Congrats!! Did you receive it this morning?


Thanks! Yep got it late morning east coast time


Congrats!!! Best of luck and hope it goes well!!
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Congrats! Also, not to play the gender card but I'm liking the female representation on this thread.. ;-)
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Re: Stanford GSB Calling all applicants for Class of 2016! [#permalink] New post 14 Nov 2013, 11:30
Has anyone who only took the GRE gotten an invite yet?
Or any joint degree people?
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Re: Stanford GSB Calling all applicants for Class of 2016! [#permalink] New post 14 Nov 2013, 11:40
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Has anyone who only took the GRE gotten an invite yet?
Or any joint degree people?


Joint degree applicant here. No invite, but based on FAQs for the program I'm interested in, it looks like the MBA app evaluation process is completed independently before the Graduate School of Education even looks at the application.

"Files from Joint MA/MBA applicants who are admitted into the MBA program will be forwarded to the GSE for consideration for the Master's degree in education. Students will be notified of their admissions decisions from both programs at approximately the same time."
(Sorry I'm not allowed to post U_R_Ls yet :cry: )
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Has anyone who only took the GRE gotten an invite yet?
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I'm an applicant for the MBA/MA in Ed. degrees...was lucky enough to get an invite on Monday.
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Re: Stanford GSB Calling all applicants for Class of 2016! [#permalink] New post 14 Nov 2013, 14:42
Have any African applicants heard anything? Can't help but lose hope :(

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