Okay, obviously top MBAs are on top of lists for many reasons, but I've talked to advisors at various schools and have been told that top companies like Goldman Sachs recruit students. So, please explain this to me. I don't understand it. If a mediocre MBA degree can land you a job at Goldman Sachs, why worry so much and spend tons of money to try to attend HBS, Stanford and etc.? Since I have not experienced it myself, is this also true? Could the advisors have lied to me? One school I talked to was Thunderbird. On general MBA lists, it is ranked above 50. Obviously, not all students are able to get recruited by Goldman Sachs, but I've been told that most students get recruited by Fortune 500 companies. Okay, lastly, do you think an individual attending a top 100 MBA program can get recruited by the biggest corporations?