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Navigating Proper Interview Etiquette

By - Feb 15, 14:20 PM   Comments [0]

Making a good impression on your MBA admissions interviewer goes beyond simply answering questions well. Knowing how to dress properly and how to navigate certain etiquette issues is also crucial. You want to leave your interviewer confident that you have the maturity and professionalism necessary...

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Wharton Team-Based Discussion 2017: What to Expect and How to Prepare

By - Feb 6, 14:38 PM   Comments [0]

The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania plans to send out Round 2 interview invitations on February 8, and once again the school is using its team-based discussion format to evaluate MBA candidates, in place of a traditional business school admissions interview. Understandably, Wharton...

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Beginning Your B-School Application Year: Facebook Live

By - Jan 23, 14:09 PM   Comments [0]

You want to enroll in business school this year but your applications and GMAT prep are far from complete—or maybe you have not even started the application process yet. With the New Year behind you, now is the time to get a head start on...

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7 Steps To Take Before Applying in 2017–2018

By - Jan 17, 13:46 PM   Comments [0]

Why am I writing about next year’s MBA application cycle when we are only at the end of the second round of this season? Because each year, the application cycle seems to begin earlier and earlier. We have only about 150 days until the schools...

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Why HBS Is Not for Everyone

By - Jan 9, 14:22 PM   Comments [0]

Harvard Business School (HBS) offers an excellent MBA program—this is largely a given, and we are not questioning that. However, what we will call into question is whether HBS (or any other school, for that matter) is right for you. Every year, we at mbaMission get a few calls...

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mbaMission’s 2013-2014 UCLA Anderson Essay Analysis

By - Aug 13, 09:32 AM   Comments [0]

What exactly UCLA Anderson is trying to achieve with its incredibly straightforward approach to application essays is hard to figure out. The school wants to know that you have purpose in pursuing your MBA—and in applying to Anderson in particular—and to understand any pitfalls in...

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mbaMission’s 2013-2014 Dartmouth College (Tuck) Essay Analysis

By - Jul 24, 13:40 PM   Comments [1]

As MBA programs move toward PowerPoint presentations, creative essays and essays without word limits, the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College sticks to its tried and true approach: three 500-word essays, one of which is a classic career statement, while the others ask candidates...

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mbaMission’s MIT Sloan Essay Analysis, 2013-2014

By - Jul 16, 09:44 AM   Comments [0]

Many MBA applicants will be relieved to see that MIT Sloan has dropped its longstanding “essay” question that involved writing a cover letter to Senior Director of Admissions Rod Garcia, discussing a myriad of activities but not addressing “Why MIT” or any post-MBA goals. Without...

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mbaMission’s 2013-2014 NYU Stern Essay Analysis

By - Jul 8, 13:54 PM   Comments [0]

New York University’s (NYU’s) Stern School of Business jumps on the “less is more” bandwagon this application season by reducing its essay count from three to two. However, that is the only change—Stern’s essay questions are actually the same as last year’s, but for Essay...

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mbaMission’s 2013-2014 Harvard Business School Essay Analysis

By - Jun 5, 13:21 PM   Comments [0]

Harvard Business School (HBS) is taking a bold new approach to its application essays this year by offering just one question—and one that is much more open to interpretation than many applicants would probably like: You’re applying to Harvard Business School. We can see your resume,...

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