Yesterday, I was consulting with Maria who had applied in round one and received an invitation to interview at one of her dream schools.
I encouraged her to sit down with a colleague or mentor to practice her interview skills. She asked me, “Is it worth…Read More
A doctor who is also a businessman. An MBA student with a medical degree.
To the more pessimistic, these descriptors might seem to be a contradiction in terms.
To the optimistic, they represent a formidable combination that is particularly equipped to handle a rising demand.
Many top business schools offer concurrent degree programs that encourage students to combine their MBA studies with traditional medical…Read More
Over and over, clients ask me the same question, “should I apply in round one or round two?” Each time, I offer the same answer.
I know that the answer is frustrating, but it is completely honest. I tell them, “it depends.” It is the truth: determining the best time to apply to business school depends on how prepared you are.
To evaluate…Read More
If you’re applying to Harvard Business School in round one, you’ve already delved into the essay questions.
However, before you submit your responses, take a moment to review my notes on what each question is truly driving at and what the Board hopes to discover about you.
Understanding the Board’s…Read More
Most MBA schools offer at least a few scholarships and grants to help students finance their education.
Make sure to inquire about scholarship opportunities at any school you are considering attending.
Here is a sampling of scholarships offered by some top business schools.
These fellowship…Read More
A few weeks ago, Forbes released their findings on “The Best Business Schools,” a biennial ranking of MBA programs
based on the return on investment of prior graduates.
While the post-MBA earnings information was valuable and it was interesting to see Harvard bump Stanford of out of the top seeded position, the underlying messages of the article are of equal importance to…Read More
The entire EXPARTUS team is pleased to welcome Mollie Wolin as our newest consultant.
Mollie is a former Harvard Business School admissions board member who believes in the power of personal branding and marketing to make candidates stand out from their competition during the admissions process.
Mollie will be working out of the NYC office.