MBA Admissions

MBA Admissions
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The resume is a critical component of application process and it demands as much of your attention as your essays do.  It is your first introduction to the Ad Com, so it should be strong enough to drive them to read your essays to learn more about you.

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Many applicants don’t invest time and attention in their reference letters. Most applicants select their references, direct them to the proper forms, and hope for the best.

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The Round 1 deadlines for the most MBA applications are in September or October. The most successful students are the ones who start their preparation ahead of time, about 6 to 8 months before Fall deadlines. By planning ahead and starting early, you can make the application process rewarding as well as enjoyable.

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Spring or Fall admissions have always been an ongoing confusion in the minds of every student who is considering studying abroad. Both the intakes have their own benefits. It is up to you to decide which is worth your time.

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1. Prepare and take the GMAT

If you don’t have a GMAT score, prepare for it and take the GMAT, ideally by the end of spring. Then, if your score isn’t realistic for your schools of choice, you will still have time to retake the test, reconsider your target schools, or both.

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If you are planning to apply to business school, now is good time to get started - not just on test preparation, but on taking time to examine your community service activities. At most top b-schools, community service is virtually a requirement.

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