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MBAnalysis: Exceptional or Meaningful? [#permalink]

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FROM Stratus Prep Feed: MBAnalysis: Exceptional or Meaningful?
My colleague Susan, will frequently point to Maya DiRado as the “perfect” MBA candidate. For those of you who don’t know Maya, she is a 3.6 Stanford grad, having studied both management science and engineering. Her father is from Argentina and she is now working as a McKinsey consultant…. And by the way, she won... View Article

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Five Tips to Nail Your INSEAD Essays [#permalink]

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FROM Stratus Prep Feed: Five Tips to Nail Your INSEAD Essays
With three motivational essays and four short answer questions, INSEAD has one of the longer business school applications. So give yourself plenty of time think about the story you want to tell and the message you want to convey. Here are 5 tips to prepare to help you nail your INSEAD Essays: 1. Pace yourself,... View Article

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Five Tips for Oil & Gas Professionals Applying to MBA Programs [#permalink]

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FROM Stratus Prep Feed: Five Tips for Oil & Gas Professionals Applying to MBA Programs
Given the current state of the Oil & Gas industry, many professionals are looking to refocus their career into a less volatile field, others want to reform the industry from within. An MBA may be a good option either way. Why an MBA? The first questions you should ask yourself is why do you want... View Article

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MBAnalysis: Meaningful Becoming Exceptional [#permalink]

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FROM Stratus Prep Feed: MBAnalysis: Meaningful Becoming Exceptional
In the previous blog post, I tried to give some guidance on what “exceptional” looks like in business school. And it probably isn’t you. Sorry. Next, the question becomes, how does the average person – who didn’t play professional sports, found their own company, or circumnavigate the globe –get in to a top MBA program?... View Article

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Tips for Responding to the Tuck MBA Essays [#permalink]

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FROM Stratus Prep Feed: Tips for Responding to the Tuck MBA Essays
With one of the smallest class sizes of top MBA programs and a culture of camaraderie, the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth is known a “tight-knit community” and students really are as close to each other as they say. Because of this, the Tuck admissions committee is not just looking for the best and... View Article

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UNC Kenan-Flagler: 2 Essays, 6 Things to Keep in Mind [#permalink]

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FROM Stratus Prep Feed: UNC Kenan-Flagler: 2 Essays, 6 Things to Keep in Mind
UNC Kenan-Flagler is guided by a set of core values, which includes Excellence, Leadership, Integrity, Community and Teamwork. As you approach Kenan-Flagler’s essays, provide examples of how you live these values. Please describe your short and long term goals post-MBA. Explain how your professional experience has shaped these goals, why this career option appeals to... View Article

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MBAnalysis: The Cat’s Out of the Bag…in Pittsburgh? [#permalink]

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FROM Stratus Prep Feed: MBAnalysis: The Cat’s Out of the Bag…in Pittsburgh?
Uber is testing self-driving cars there; Google has more than 500 employees there; Apple and Facebook have already come, while Amazon just landed. And, by the way, the food may just be the best in the country. And, there is art everywhere. San Francisco? Boston? NYC? No, no and no. It is …Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh, as... View Article

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Jones: More than Energy! Tips for the Rice MBA Essay Prompts [#permalink]

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FROM Stratus Prep Feed: Jones: More than Energy! Tips for the Rice MBA Essay Prompts
Jones Graduate School of Business (of Rice University) is no longer just for those interested in oil & gas. Though still energy focused, key areas that Rice also focuses on include health care and entrepreneurship. In fact, that entrepreneurial vibe is seen right from the get-go with the first essay question being a required video... View Article

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5 Keys to Writing the Cornell Johnson Essays [#permalink]

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FROM Stratus Prep Feed: 5 Keys to Writing the Cornell Johnson Essays
So you want to go to Johnson? Prove it! That’s the mentality espoused by the MBA Admissions Committee at this small, tight-knit school. And here are five ways to make your application essays stand out. 1. It’s about the prep At Cornell, we value students who create impact. Please indicate the opportunities for impact that... View Article

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Thirsty for an MBA? Try Emory’s Goizueta! [#permalink]

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FROM Stratus Prep Feed: Thirsty for an MBA? Try Emory’s Goizueta!
Emory’s Goizueta Business School, is named after Roberto Goizueta, the former CEO of the little local company, Coca Cola. Goizueta’s values of curiosity, intellectual courage and integrity are part of the Emory Goizueta ethos as well so keep these in mind as you approach Emory’s essays. 1. Define your short-term post-MBA career goals. How are... View Article

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MBAnalysis: Big Enough to be Small? [#permalink]

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FROM Stratus Prep Feed: MBAnalysis: Big Enough to be Small?
When you watch basketball, you will sometimes hear a commentator talk about a player, “playing big.” What this means is that though the player may be physically small they take on roles that usually players of their size just don’t do. As aficionados of the NBA know, the classic example is Charles Barkley. Though only... View Article

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Considering an MPP or MPA? Questions to Ask Before Applying [#permalink]

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FROM Stratus Prep Feed: Considering an MPP or MPA? Questions to Ask Before Applying
If you want to be president, you run for office. But what if you want to work FOR the president – or elsewhere in the government or nonprofit worlds? Increasingly, a master’s level public policy degree can make the difference. Usually, that means either an MPP (Master of Public Policy) or MPA (Master of Public... View Article

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MBAnalysis: Small Enough to be Big [#permalink]

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FROM Stratus Prep Feed: MBAnalysis: Small Enough to be Big
In the last blog post, we discussed those schools that are “big enough to be small,” meaning that due to their overwhelming size there is always a group of like-minded people to come together around a shared interest or professional goal. So if there is “big enough to be small” school is there “small enough... View Article

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La La Land: More than a Movie…Tips to get you to UCLA Anderson [#permalink]

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FROM Stratus Prep Feed: La La Land: More than a Movie…Tips to get you to UCLA Anderson
There are many amazing reasons to live in Southern California: Perfect weather, perfect water, and Silicon Beach to name a few. However, what really makes UCLA stand-out is its unique location in a city filled with many different industries, a collaborative culture, and the flexibility to customize your MBA experience. Keep these in mind when... View Article

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As Big as Texas: Tips for McCombs’ MBA Essays [#permalink]

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FROM Stratus Prep Feed: As Big as Texas: Tips for McCombs’ MBA Essays
How To Get Into University of Texas’ McCombs School of Business Learn How   The McComb’s School of Business is looking for dynamic, driven people. The program gets better and stronger every year, and they want to admit students who will keep that forward momentum going. As you go about your essays, demonstrate that that’s... View Article

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NYU Stern: Tips to Making it to the Village [#permalink]

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FROM Stratus Prep Feed: NYU Stern: Tips to Making it to the Village
While known as a finance-focused school, Stern also places many graduates into consulting and the media & entertainment industry stemming from its location in Greenwich Village in New York City. Character and a sense of self-awareness to realize one’s weakness are very important to Stern, as it searches for the right mix of IQ and... View Article

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MBAnalysis: Round and Round We Go – A Timetable for Applying to Busine [#permalink]

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FROM Stratus Prep Feed: MBAnalysis: Round and Round We Go – A Timetable for Applying to Business School
So when should I apply to business school? At first blush this seems like a fairly straightforward question: apply by the deadline. Only here’s the rub: most business schools don’t have just one deadline. They frequently have three. Generally, round 1 deadlines are in September or October; round 2 deadlines are in January; and round... View Article

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MBAnalysis: GMAT or GRE, Which Should I Take? [#permalink]

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FROM Stratus Prep Feed: MBAnalysis: GMAT or GRE, Which Should I Take?
(Today’s MBAnalysis blog post is guest-written by Donna Bauman) Ahh… the great debate- GMAT vs GRE. Which test do you take if you are applying to MBA programs? This is a fairly recent dilemma as it has just been in the past five or so years when most MBA programs started to accept GRE scores... View Article

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The 3 C’s of Kelley – Collaboration, Culture, and Community [#permalink]

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FROM Stratus Prep Feed: The 3 C’s of Kelley – Collaboration, Culture, and Community
Kelley Business School admits a small class of around 200 MBA students each year, which means a sense of community is not simply a nice-to-have, but a distinct feature of its student body. Its location in a small midwestern college town reinforces this aspect. It’s reputation as a traditional Big 10 college town with a... View Article

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MBAnalysis: So How Long Does It Really Take? 100 Days! [#permalink]

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FROM Stratus Prep Feed: MBAnalysis: So How Long Does It Really Take? 100 Days!
One of the questions we get most frequently here at Stratus is “How long does it take to apply to business school?” My usual answer is, “How long do you have?” Of course, this is a joke but as deadlines for business schools start arriving, this question becomes critical for many applicants. Obviously, there is... View Article

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