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Does anyone know whether INSEAD cares about IR score in the GMAT?

I found some info here..
http://mba.insead.edu/faq/MBA_FAQs_Admi ... m#how_long

How will INSEAD evaluate the IR section and what score is required for admissions?

Until there is more benchmarking data from test-takers to consider, INSEAD will not be using the IR section to review a candidate’s performance in the GMAT; we will continue to focus on the quantitative and verbal scores as well as the total score. However, over time, the Admissions Committee aims to incorporate this section into the overall assessment of a candidate.



Though they mention that they donot care about IR score until they get enough benchmarking numbers, I am somehow worried~
Any takes?



I had a very low IR and have been admitted to INSEAD and offered a merit based scholarship. I don't think this means that they don't care about it at all, but I think it does mean that they don't give it too much weight.

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Hi,

Did you get the info about the scholarship with the offer?
Or these type of emails usually come after?


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MorningRunner wrote:
Does anyone know whether INSEAD cares about IR score in the GMAT?

I found some info here..
http://mba.insead.edu/faq/MBA_FAQs_Admi ... m#how_long

How will INSEAD evaluate the IR section and what score is required for admissions?

Until there is more benchmarking data from test-takers to consider, INSEAD will not be using the IR section to review a candidate’s performance in the GMAT; we will continue to focus on the quantitative and verbal scores as well as the total score. However, over time, the Admissions Committee aims to incorporate this section into the overall assessment of a candidate.



Though they mention that they donot care about IR score until they get enough benchmarking numbers, I am somehow worried~
Any takes?



I had a very low IR and have been admitted to INSEAD and offered a merit based scholarship. I don't think this means that they don't care about it at all, but I think it does mean that they don't give it too much weight.

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hey, can anyone post MBA Connect info please ? (+French and Lebanese nationality)

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Has anyone got Round 3 interview invites?? The wait is killing..


Yea, got an email stating I had made it to the interview stage on the 10th of July

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Congratulations all, who received the call.

I have a query for you, during your application process, were you able to are to reach out to INSEAD alumnus ?

Any pointers how to reach out to INSEAD alumnus.
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Hi,

It should be as easy as finding them on linkedin and sending them a pm. Granted, alums are busy people - but typically they are also good at giving back. So if you send out a few requests, some of them will get back to you and offer to talk you through your questions.

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Hi,

Did you get the info about the scholarship with the offer?
Or these type of emails usually come after?


Nomce26 wrote:
MorningRunner wrote:
Does anyone know whether INSEAD cares about IR score in the GMAT?

I found some info here..
http://mba.insead.edu/faq/MBA_FAQs_Admi ... m#how_long

How will INSEAD evaluate the IR section and what score is required for admissions?

Until there is more benchmarking data from test-takers to consider, INSEAD will not be using the IR section to review a candidate’s performance in the GMAT; we will continue to focus on the quantitative and verbal scores as well as the total score. However, over time, the Admissions Committee aims to incorporate this section into the overall assessment of a candidate.



Though they mention that they donot care about IR score until they get enough benchmarking numbers, I am somehow worried~
Any takes?



I had a very low IR and have been admitted to INSEAD and offered a merit based scholarship. I don't think this means that they don't care about it at all, but I think it does mean that they don't give it too much weight.


Sorry, a bit slow on my response time here... I got the scholarship offer about a week after the admittance offer. But the notification times may vary between the different scholarships.

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Does anyone know where to find the nationalities information on MBA Connect? I have access but MBA Connect isn't the most user friendly platform out there :)

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Does anyone know where to find the nationalities information on MBA Connect? I have access but MBA Connect isn't the most user friendly platform out there :)


1. Login to Mba Connect

2. Go to Community in the top menu >>> Directory

3. Choose your Class and Nationality.

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Hi,

I want to apply for R4 for january 2016 intake.
My GMAT score is 720,
2.5 years WE in IT.

Wanna know applying for Round 4 (Class of December 2016) can be profitable for me in INSEAD or
round1 for september 2016 intake(Class of July 2017)????

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Hi,

I want to apply for R4 for January 2016 intake.
My GMAT score is 720,
2.5 years WE in IT.

Wanna know applying for Round 4 (Class of December 2016) can be profitable for me in INSEAD or
round1 for september 2016 intake(Class of July 2017)????


It depends on a couple of things.

If you are looking to secure a scholarship, apply in R1/R2.
If you are not from an under-represented minority, preferably apply in R1/R2.
If you intend to take a summer internship, then apply for 16D (Only those starting in January get the opportunity to do this)
Your WE is below the INSEAD average of 4/5 yrs. If you plan for the 17J class, then it should be up by an extra year at matriculation.

There are other factors others might want to share...
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INSEAD, “the business school of the world” is a dynamic, diverse and highly international MBA option. INSEAD was recently ranked the #1 most diverse MBA program by Business Insider. Along with the basic MBA questions most other schools ask, INSEAD is looking for significant exploration of your career goals and background. Along with career aspirations and leadership experience, an international focus is important to INSEAD.

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JOB DESCRIPTION ESSAYS

Essay 1. Briefly summarise your current (or most recent) job, including the nature of work, major responsibilities, and, where relevant, employees under your supervision, size of budget, clients/products and results achieved.

This question should focus entirely on your current (or most recent) work situation. Though you will want to provide relevant context for your current role, make sure you are devoting most of the essay to describing the details of your day-to-day responsibilities and oversight. If you are lighter on supervising others or managing a budget, you have the opportunity to highlight some key responsibilities and results.

When you are composing this essay make sure you focus on what you uniquely have contributed to the role, rather than reciting the job description. What have you done that is above and beyond?

Essay 2. Please give a full description of your career since graduating from university. If you were to remain with your present employer, what would be your next step in terms of position?

This is essentially a walk-through of your resume using the essay format to allow you to provide a unifying thread through the narrative. INSEAD is seeking to understand your career trajectory and how you have grown and progressed through your career. Think about the choices you have made in your career, and how your past experiences have combined to provide you with your current skill set. If you have a fairly straightforward career path you can take the opportunity to comment on some of the learnings from each position.

The second part of the question also needs to be answered. Think about the next step at your job, and where you might land if you did not leave to pursue an MBA. While this is a straightforward question, you may need to demonstrate that you can’t get where you want to go from your pre-MBA career role and that you will need an MBA to achieve your goals.

Essay 3. If you are currently not working, what are you doing and what do you plan to do until you start the MBA programme if applicable? (250 words maximum)

If you are not employed at the moment, you will want to answer this question to show how you are utilizing your time without full time employment. Ideally you are currently involved in an activity that is going to further your career or personal goals at this time. The best answer is one that shows you are self-motivated and do not need paid work to continue developing yourself.

For example, perhaps you are volunteering in a non-profit that is related to your career goals. Maybe you are working with a friend on a start-up. Or you are consulting and building contacts in your industry. If you are out of work only briefly, it’s also perfectly reasonable to be pursuing travel or other activities that develop your international awareness and perspective. However, make sure that your activities can tie back to your long-term goals or other key aspects of your application strategy.

ESSAYS

Essay 1. Give a candid description of yourself (who are you as a person), stressing the personal characteristics you feel to be your strengths and weaknesses and the main factors which have influenced your personal development, giving examples when necessary. (600 words max.)

Strengths and weaknesses are a common topic for MBA applications. This is a great opportunity to highlight some of your skills and attributes that demonstrate leadership, teamwork or other qualities that will drive your future career success. Demonstrating self-awareness and the ability to assess your own performance will be impressive. While examples aren’t required, consider that the admissions committee is reading a vast number of essays and that concrete examples are both easy to understand, and may help you stand out from the crowd.

When describing weaknesses you will want to focus on those weaknesses that you have taken concrete steps to address, or that have been a route to learning more about yourself. Often strengths and weaknesses are two sides of the same coin, in which case you can even tie your key weaknesses to your key strengths. Because it is often difficult to write about one’s weaknesses this is an especially important essay to share with others to seek feedback on tone and impact.

Essay 2. Describe the achievement of which you are most proud and explain why. In addition, describe a situation where you failed. How did these experiences impact your relationships with others? Comment on what you learned. (400 words max.)

This essay is an opportunity to showcase one of your most important achievements. Impressive achievements that stand on their own are great, but you will want to pay equal attention to explaining why these accomplishments are valuable to you. If you concisely explain the accomplishment and how you were able to bring it to fruition, you will have room to provide the context for your personal pride in the accomplishment. If you don’t have an achievement that you think is incredibly impressive on its face, consider an example that demonstrates the activities you value. Remember, not everyone has sold a company or won an Olympic medal prior to business school!

The flip side of achievement is failure, and INSEAD wants to understand how you view both. When approaching any failure essay it’s important to use a real failure that has emotional resonance for you. An accomplishment framed as a failure will be easy to see through and will not demonstrate anything about your maturity or ability to grow. Your failure should be real, and also something that led you to grow or learn. If you can describe how you have changed your approach as a result of the failure that is an excellent outcome.

The third part of the essay deals with how these experiences impacted the others around you and what you learned. Whether you were part of a team or the main impact was on a loved one, this part of the essay encourages you to step outside your own narrative of success and failure and think about how you have impacted other people through your actions. Most obviously a success led to happiness from a team or a manager, while a failure was disappointing to those around you. However, your particular achievement or failure could have led to a learning experience for your team, an opportunity for someone else, or a chance for you to be closer to another person through a team challenge. Think creatively about this aspect.

Note that your application to INSEAD ideally covers both the personal and professional. This essay could be an opportunity in this essay set to bring in a new angle on your profile through describing one of your most substantial accomplishments outside of work.

Essay 3. Tell us about an experience where you were significantly impacted by cultural diversity, in a positive or negative way. (300 words max.)

This essay should demonstrate your awareness of the world outside your own ethnic or cultural identity. INSEAD is a highly international program and seeks candidates that both demonstrate and value diversity. This could be an opportunity to highlight any international or cross culture exposure you have had such as traveling outside your home country, or when experiencing diversity within your home country.

When you describe the experience and judge it to be either positive or negative it will be important to provide some individual context. Every applicant from INSEAD is coming from a unique background and from many different countries. Your perception of positive or negative cultural diversity will be a view into how you interact with the world.

For example, you could view the lack of diversity in a workplace or school environment as a significant negative, or perhaps you had an experience of being the only “diverse” person in a work or personal situation. On the positive side perhaps you learned more about others through a new cultural experience or through team building with a group of people different from yourself. Where you are coming from will be the deciding factor in terms of what experiences are ultimately positive or negative.

At all times consider the environment at INSEAD and what your essay is saying about your ability to fit in among a highly diverse group of people.

Essay 4. Describe all types of extra-professional activities in which you have been or are still involved for a significant amount of time (clubs, sports, music, arts, politics, etc). How are you enriched by these activities? (300 words max.)

Nothing is more personal than what you choose to do outside of school or work. What are the most meaningful pursuits you have spent your time on? You should both describe the main interests you have outside of your professional pursuits and explain why they are meaningful to you and why you spend time on them.

Ideally you can also explain how you will continue your involvement while at INSEAD and cite some specific clubs or groups where you see your interests contributing to the community.

Optional Essay: Is there anything else that was not covered in your application that you would like to share with the admissions committee? (300 words max.)

This essay is 300 words you can use for anything you would like to showcase and that you were unable to work into the rest of your application. Because INSEAD’s questions are quite thorough you may have covered all aspects of your candidacy and personal qualities in the other five essay questions, in which case you can feel comfortable skipping this question (it IS optional). If you did not have a place for an interesting hobby, new aspect of your background to describe, or key accomplishment, it may be appropriate to use this space to tell that story.

It is far better to fully explain any issues in your application than to leave the admissions committee to guess what happened. If you have any challenging aspects to your candidacy like a low GPA or a failing grade in college, this is the correct place to address those concerns. Explain your issue clearly and focus most of the essay on the correction for the issue.

For example, if you had a disciplinary issue in college, spend most of the essay demonstrating that you learned from the experience and have been an ideal citizen ever since rather than focusing on the negative. Avoid blaming anyone else for your issue, and relentlessly show why this one incident is in your past and will stay there.

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Major ones: Indian - 44, American - 39, French - 25, Chinese - 22, British - 21, Canadian - 19, Spanish - 16, Portuguese - 12, Brazilian - 11, Singaporean - 11, German - 10, Italian - 10, Russian - 10, Australian - 9, Lebanese - 8, Pakistani - 8, Turkish - 5, Belgian - 4, Israeli - 4, Japanese - 4, Bulgarian - 3, Dutch - 3, Indonesian - 3, Malaysian - 3, Nigerian - 3, Swiss - 3

Let me know if there are any other specific nationalities you are looking at.

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Congrats on being accepted to INSEAD!

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pymetrics is a neuroscience game-based career assessment resource. After completing 12 short (2 min) games, you'll receive a profile with your top social and cognitive traits. Then the software calculates your career results. You will receive industry, company and ultimately job matches that you are compatible with. I found my MBA internship through this site. It's FREE and fun to do!

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Dingalinginginginginginggggg

I applied with a super low GMAT - both subscores were below 75% (I fell asleep + got hungry during the exam). Either way - shows poor judgment. This is why I can't have nice things :(

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Just got an email today from insead for the interview.

Wish me luck for the interview.

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