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Pre-MBA reading list

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New post 19 Dec 2016, 11:02
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'Count of Monte Cristo.' As soon as I'm done with that I'm really looking forward to 'The Idiot.'


Nice. I began with A man called Ove. I wasn't a fan of the writing. Thanks :)
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New post 19 Dec 2016, 11:12
Hadn't heard of that book and just read a quick summary. Seems interesting, why weren't you a fan of the writing?
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New post 19 Dec 2016, 11:30
I needed something a little fast paced. It was very slow for me. I'm also an amateur :)
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New post 19 Dec 2016, 11:34
Got it. Absolutely nothing wrong finding something you don't like with a book! I also consider myself an amateur but I have been improving since I've started reading more actively.
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My class mate actually wrote a book for this, we went to Darden together and he wrote down everything he wished he had known before hand: excel, financing, stats etc. You can find the book on Amazon, its called MBA Prep
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I've compiled the reading lists I found from Gmatclub and other sources, so it won't be hard for us, future MBA students, to find. http://wondersuite.blogspot.com
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I've compiled the reading lists I found from Gmatclub and other sources, so it won't be hard for us, future MBA students, to find. http://wondersuite.blogspot.com


This is a great list, thanks! Although, I must say, if you're able to read all this before your MBA you're a real machine! :lol:
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New post 18 Jan 2018, 11:29
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I ran across this earlier today and really liked it:

http://spike.wharton.upenn.edu/mbaprogr ... t_wg11.pdf

It's a reading list that Wharton distributes to their incoming students.

Would any current students care to chime in on books that you found helpful to read before starting?


Hi,

Does anyone save this list? I cannot access this list anymore.

Thanks much!
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