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Now that nearly all round 2 deadlines have past for full-time MBA programs, you may be wondering if it is too late to join the class of 2021. Gaining admittance during round 3 can be a challenge. Given this, many candidates ask me if they should apply during round 3 or wait until next year.
If you are wrestling with this decision, I suggest you ask yourself a few questions, largely around WHY you did not submit your application during earlier rounds. The answers to these questions will be a major factor in determining whether you should apply during round 3 or begin to plan for round 1 apps in the fall.
Did extenuating circumstances prevent you from applying during earlier rounds? (Examples may include military commitments or significant personal or medical challenges.) If so, round 3 may be an option. If a candidate was unable to submit during earlier rounds due to circumstances outside of his control, he will not be penalized for waiting until round 3. However, keep in mind that with limited seats left the competition will still be fierce.
Do you have an extraordinary profile? Round 3 is the most difficult round, by far! To succeed, you should have a profile that is well above average in multiple ways. If you do not have a strong explanation for waiting, it is even more crucial that you have an application that will be hard to turn down with above average test scores, grades, professional experience and more! Schools have spaces for round 3 applicants, but the onus will be on you to convince them that you deserve a seat. If you just received a large promotion or sold your company, round 3 may be your friend.
Did you intend to apply during round 2 but did not finish in time? Were you concerned that your application was not yet strong enough to submit? If you answered yes to one or both of these questions, there is a strong chance I would recommend that you wait and plan on applying to business school this fall. Whatever it was that prevented you from completing your best application is not likely to have changed much in the last few months. Further, given the higher standard round 3 applicants are held to, being successful during round 3, particularly when you did not have a good reason for waiting, is unlikely. While we get applicants in during round 3 every year, unless you answered yes to one of my first two questions, I would spend the next few months enhancing your profile and getting a jump start on round 1 applications. It is not too early to begin and we are working with a lot of applicants already for the fall!
Unsure how to get started? Read my January MBA Kick-Start guide. There are many steps you can and should be taking now to ensure success next year!
Were you rejected during earlier rounds? In this case, I would advise you to either broaden your list CONSIDERABLY or wait another year. Applying to similar level or even slightly less competitive schools during round 3, after a rejection during round 1 and/or round 2 is not your best bet. Instead, follow our early planning tips and prepare to win over admissions committee members the second time around!
Founded by a Wharton and MIT graduate, regularly helps applicants navigate their applications each year. Our comprehensive support includes mock interviews with a team of former M7 interviewers and customized GMAT/GRE tutoring with tutors who scored in the 99th percentile.
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Is There Another Degree You Should Consider?  [#permalink]

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FROM Personal MBA Coach: Is There Another Degree You Should Consider?
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While the MBA is the most commonly discussed master’s level degree offered at elite business schools, there are an increasing number of other degree options becoming available for those looking for an Ivy League business education.
In fact, 3 of the M7 schools now offer non-MBA master’s level degree programs. These degrees are in addition to the specialized, dual degree and Executive MBA programs available. If you look beyond the M7 schools, there are countless programs available, with more arising each day. For example, just last week NYU Stern announced a new Online Master of Science in Quantitative Management Program.
Below we have listed a selection of options currently available.
Non-MBA Degrees Offered at M7 Business Schools
MIT Sloan
Master of FinanceMaster of Business Analytics
Kellogg
MS in Management Studies
Columbia Business School
MS in Financial EconomicsMS in Marketing ScienceMS in Accounting and Fundamental AnalysisMS in Management Science and EngineeringMS in Business Analytics
Beyond The M7
Berkeley Haas
Master of Financial Engineering
Michigan Ross
Master of AccountingMaster of ManagementMaster of Supply Chain Management
Duke Fuqua
Master of Management Studies: Foundations of BusinessMaster of Management Studies: Duke Kunshan UniversityMaster of Quantitative Management: Business AnalyticsMaster of Quantitative Management: Health Analytics
NYU Stern
MS in AccountingMS in Business Analytics and Business ComputingMS in Quantitative FinanceMS in Global FinanceMS in Risk Management
UVA Darden
MS in Business Analytics
UCLA Anderson
Master of Financial EngineeringMaster of Science in Business Analytics
Carnegie Mellon Tepper
Master of Science in Business AnalyticsMaster of Science in Product ManagementMaster of Integrated Innovation for Products and ServicesMaster of Science in Computational Finance
So, what does the rise of such programs mean for MBA hopefuls?
These degrees are great options suitable for MBA hopefuls who are not quite ready for the academic rigor of an MBA program. There are many reasons for this including:
Weaker quantitative skillsLimited analytical courseworkLower GPA or testing scores
For such candidates, a master’s degree from a leading business school can be a great way to beef up your profile and analytical skills, preparing you to tackle an MBA program in the future or secure the career advancement you are looking for. While such a degree will not provide the same professional boost that an MBA program will, it will offer strong career opportunities, particularly for those looking for a highly specialized position.
These non-MBA master’s programs are also great early career options for those candidates who lack the professional experience necessary for an MBA. If you are looking to get ahead at work but have fewer than 3 years of professional experience, a shorter more entry level program could be a solid option. Upon completion of such a program, candidates can make career leaps positioning them for either long-term success or acceptance into a top MBA program.
Finally, such programs can be attractive for some international candidates. Many of our applicants from outside of the US seek out some of these programs because they may offer a 3 year OPT visa, easing any immigration concerns.
Each year, we help candidates advance their careers by pursuing a variety of degrees. Many will apply to some of these master’s programs and MBA programs before seeing which and how many they get into.
Founded by a Wharton and MIT graduate, regularly helps applicants navigate their applications each year. Our comprehensive support includes mock interviews with a team of former M7 interviewers and customized GMAT/GRE tutoring with tutors who scored in the 99th percentile.
has been guiding candidates through all aspects of the MBA application process for over 11 years with a 96% success rate. Call us today at +1 617-645-2424 or email for a free consultation on your profile along with how we can help make your MBA dreams a reality!
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A Look At The 2019 FT MBA Rankings
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Personal MBA Coach’s MBA Decision Making Guide  [#permalink]

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FROM Personal MBA Coach: Personal MBA Coach’s MBA Decision Making Guide
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Considering an MBA? There is no shortage of decisions to be made. When should you go? Which program type is the best fit: Full-time? Part-Time? EMBA? Which schools should you apply to?
Naturally, there are no easy answers to any of these questions. Personal MBA Coach is here to help with our free MBA Decision Making Guide eBook, guiding you through 3 key decision making steps.
Below is a preview of what is included in this guide!
Decision 1: When Should I Apply?
If you are just beginning the process and wondering if now is the right time to apply, ask yourself if one or more of these statements rings true for you.
You already have 2-4 years of pre-MBA experience. You have reached a plateau at work. You are ready to switch careers. Your personal situation makes it a good time to become a student.
If so, this can be a good sign that you should pull the trigger sooner vs. later.
Decision 2: Which Program Type Is Best For Me?
Our guide covers 4 key MBA program options and helps you to assess which is right for you:
1) Full-Time MBA – Most common program for mid-career professionals and those who value an internship and/or are looking to switch careers. 2) Part-Time MBA – Perfect for those who are unable to take time off from work and do not require an internship.3) Executive MBA – Tailored towards experienced professionals with strong leadership experience. In some cases, however, applicants with 5-7 years of experience can go to certain EMBA programs.4) Early Action/Deferral Programs – An option for current college students looking to get a jump start on their MBA applications. An increasing number of schools are offering such a program.
Decision 3: Which Schools Should I Apply To?
Arguably the hardest decision you will make, our MBA Decision Making Guide dedicates 3 sections to this very question. Included are our thoughts on how to use (and how not to use) MBA rankings and our 6 tips for MBA program selection:
1) Begin with the statistics – but use them only as a guide!2) Go broad – our average client applies to at least 5 schools.3) Pay attention to culture.4) Look carefully at the curriculum and program – consider core curriculum, flexibility, international opportunities. 5) Explore areas of excellence – while all schools provide strong general management training, consider specific strengths and weaknesses. 6) Consider location – both in terms of on-campus life and ease of recruiting.
Get more details on each of these crucial MBA Application decisions by downloading our MBA Decision Making Guide today!
Need personal support? Founded by a Wharton and MIT graduate, Personal MBA Coach regularly helps applicants navigate their applications each year. Our comprehensive support includes mock interviews with a team of former M7 interviewers and customized GMAT/GRE tutoring with tutors who scored in the 99th percentile.
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5 Reasons Why You Might Have Been Rejected From Your Dream School  [#permalink]

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FROM Personal MBA Coach: 5 Reasons Why You Might Have Been Rejected From Your Dream School
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Were you rejected from your dream business school this year? After getting over the initial disappointment, you likely turned your attention to finding out what went wrong. While there are countless reasons for a rejection (this is why we created our ding report service) we will cover five of the most common reasons here to help you improve the next time around!
1) Problem: A lack of a compelling story.
Your MBA applications must stand out. The reader should come away understanding who you are, what you are passionate about and why. It should be clear how you are unique from your peers. If your application essays could have been written by any other candidate in a similar role, it will be difficult for you to stand out and be memorable. Successful candidates are memorable! But remember, this does not mean you need to save a 3rd world country. It all comes down to story and execution.
2) Problem: Application inconsistencies.
All aspects of your application should tie together. This includes your essays, resumes, extracurriculars and LORs. The strengths you share should match those cited in your recommendations. If your recommenders paint a picture of a detail-oriented candidate while your essays focus on your free-spirited nature, the reader will be confused. Similarly, your activities should align with your passions and expertise and your weaknesses should be consistent. If any two pieces of your application do not fit together this will raise a red flag about your intentions and sincerity.
3) Problem: Low GPA and/or testing score.
This one may be more obvious but no matter how amazing your applications are, if you do not have a competitive academic record and test score, you may not get into your dream school. While there are always outliers on either end, you must set reasonable expectations. As you begin to craft your second chance plan, think about whether there are classes you can take to demonstrate strong quantitative skills if you have a low GPA or how you can better prepare for the GMAT/GRE this time around. In addition, you may need to cast a wider net. My average client applies to 5+ schools including reach schools and some safer options.
4) Problem: An abundance of applicants with a similar profile.
For better or for worse, sometimes it will come down to numbers. While we use compelling personal stories to help our clients from overrepresented backgrounds stand out, diversity is important in the MBA classroom. You cannot fill an entire class with former MBB consultants. This “numbers game” is the second reason why I advise candidates to broaden their school lists.
5) Problem: Insufficient leadership experience.
It should come as no surprise that business schools look for leaders. While this is especially crucial for Executive MBA hopefuls, leadership is important for all MBA candidates. Luckily, there are many ways one can demonstrate leadership. Leading a team at work is an obvious one but taking on informal leadership within a team, stepping up outside of the office or mentoring junior team members are also great ways to demonstrate leadership. As you plan now for next year, think about how you can step up your leadership experience AND better articulate it in your essays.
Need personal support? Founded by a Wharton and MIT graduate, Personal MBA Coach regularly helps applicants navigate their applications each year. Our comprehensive support includes mock interviews with a team of former M7 interviewers and customized GMAT/GRE tutoring with tutors who scored in the 99th percentile.
has been guiding candidates through all aspects of the MBA application process for over 11 years with a 96% success rate. Call us today at +1 617-645-2424 or email for a free consultation on your profile along with how we can help make your MBA dreams a reality!
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Personal MBA Coach's MBA Decision Making Guide
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All MBA applications require a resume. You may be thinking, “No problem, I already have a resume.” Unfortunately, it is not that easy. A business school resume differs considerably from a professional one as each accomplishes a different goal. A professional resume shows potential employers that you have the specific skills and experiences they are looking for. You are selling your ability to do the job and should include industry specific terminology and jargon.
An MBA resume, on the other hand, should provide evidence that you have been successful and demonstrated leadership. You are selling your future potential.
After years of detailing your specific technical and industry expertise, you may be wondering HOW you should develop your MBA resume.
To guide you, we have outlined our four top tips, based on the mistakes that we see again and again.
Bonus, by focusing on your resume NOW, you will have one less thing to do when essay questions are released this spring and summer.
1. Do not outline your job description
Too often I read resume bullets that list a candidate’s tasks and responsibilities. This might be great for proving you can do a specific job, but it does nothing to differentiate you from other applicants. Anyone in your role could copy and paste these bullets from the job description. Admissions committee members do not need to know each detail of your job and what specifically it entails. Instead, think about your key accomplishments and highlights. What initiatives did you lead? What projects did you succeed in? How did you go above and beyond in your role? How did you excel, particularly in relation to your peers? Focus on the highlights. It is ok to leave out some things you worked on, especially if they would not sound impressive to someone outside of your company or industry.
2. Include results!
Learnings, takeaways and results are the most important items to include in your business school resume. This can and should include both personal growth over time and your impact on business performance. The more specific and measurable your results are, the better. Think of items such as increased performance 30% over previous year or drove $1M in new business through x, y, z.
3. Focus on leadership and transferable skills
While it may be crucial in your current role that you are an expert in SQL, this will be much less interesting to admissions committee members. Instead of detailing the technical skills you have amassed, focus on the transferable skills you have developed. Share how you have emerged as a leader. Leadership can come in multiple forms so even if you have not managed a team or a project (if you have, include this!) there are many ways to demonstrate leadership. Teamwork and communication are other important skills to include.
As you select professional strengths to share, prioritize those that are relevant to many industries, such as analysis, strategic thinking or research. These will be much more compelling in convincing the reader that you can excel in business school and beyond.
4. Show multiple aspects of your profile
Successful business school students are active outside of work: in their communities, in athletics, within organizations, etc. They have hobbies or specific language skills. They won awards or earned certifications. They got involved on their campuses or at work outside of the scope of their jobs. These details are important to show readers another aspect of your candidacy. However, keep in mind quality over quantity! A laundry list of activities or an organization you volunteered with once will not help (and including such might even hurt your creditability.)
Need personal support? Founded by a Wharton and MIT graduate, Personal MBA Coach regularly helps applicants navigate their applications each year. Our comprehensive support includes mock interviews with a team of former M7 interviewers and customized GMAT/GRE tutoring with tutors who scored in the 99th
percentile.
Personal MBA Coach has been guiding candidates through all aspects of the MBA application process for over 11 years with a 96% success rate. Call us today at +1 617-645-2424 or email for a free consultation on your profile along with how we can help make your MBA dreams a reality!
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You may also like these other blog articles:
5 Reasons You May Have Been Rejected From Your Dream School
Is There Another Degree You Should Consider
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Not to toot our own horn, but guiding reapplicants is one of our specialties. In fact, Personal MBA Coach has a near perfect record with reapplicants.
To increase your chances of success, keep these five guiding principles in mind.
1) Maintain your goals.
In most cases, your goals should remain the same. You want to demonstrate to the admissions committee that you are focused and consistent. Instead of developing new goals, evaluate how clearly you laid out your vision. Was it specific enough? Did you show how you will leave your mark? Did you demonstrate an understanding of the skills needed to achieve these goals?
While it may be necessary to adjust your goals, tread cautiously here. If life or work circumstances necessitate a change, carefully explain how your goals have evolved and the steps you have taken to get closer to them so that you do not appear indecisive.
2) Focus on school interaction and research.
Engaging with schools is important for all applicants and it is especially crucial for reapplicants. One of the reasons you may have been rejected the first time around could have been questionable interest in the target school (read our recent blog for other reasons you may have been rejected). Increased interaction with schools will not only combat any doubts surrounding your sincerity but also show admissions committee representatives that you are committed to and passionate about their programs.
Visit campuses (even if you already have), sit in on classes, meet with current students and attend MBA events. Naturally, there can be too much of a good thing so be careful to strike a balance between showing passion and being overbearing.
3) Look critically at your testing score.
While your test score is not the be all and end all, it IS important. This is particularly true of your quantitative score. If you were rejected, compare your score to the school’s average. Were you on the low end? Keep in mind that if you have an overrepresented profile, you will likely need an above average score. If your score was “borderline” think about developing an improved test preparation plan and retaking the test.
4) Strive for balanced essays.
With limited space to paint a picture of who you are and what makes you unique, it is important that you submit balanced essays. If you dwell too much on one aspect of your profile, you will undoubtedly shortchange another. Similarly, for many schools you also need to strike a balance between talking about you and talking about them. For instance, did you adequately discuss classes that you were interested in? Did you share the specific skills you hope to gain on campus? Developing balanced essays is one area that we work on extensively with all applicants, particularly reapplicants.
If you are unsure whether your balance was right, email us for a ding analysis.
5) Start far in advance.
All of these steps take time! If you were just rejected, do not put your applications on the back burner until the summer or fall. Instead, start now. Develop a calendar for courting your dream schools. Hire a GMAT/GRE tutor (if you are retaking the test). Look at where your essays were weak and think about how you can improve this time around. A rushed application will never be the strongest possible application so be sure to give yourself plenty of time to do it right!
Need personal support? Founded by a Wharton and MIT graduate, Personal MBA Coach regularly helps applicants navigate their applications each year. Our comprehensive support includes mock interviews with a team of former M7 interviewers and customized GMAT/GRE tutoring with tutors who scored in the 99th
percentile.
Personal MBA Coach has been guiding candidates through all aspects of the MBA application process for over 11 years with a 96% success rate. Call us today at +1 617-645-2424 or email for a free consultation on your profile along with how we can help make your MBA dreams a reality!
Sign up now and lock in rates before they increase this spring!
You may also like these other blog articles:
4 Tips For The MBA Resume
A Look At The 2019 FT MBA Rankings
ForumBlogs - GMAT Club’s latest feature blends timely Blog entries with forum discussions. Now GMAT Club Forums incorporate all relevant information from Student, Admissions blogs, Twitter, and other sources in one place. You no longer have to check and follow dozens of blogs, just subscribe to the relevant topics and forums on GMAT club or follow the posters and you will get email notifications when something new is posted. Add your blog to the list! and be featured to over 300,000 unique monthly visitors

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