InterviewOk, so you have worked so hard to put in the application and you were so relieved to hit submit in time for the round one deadline at such schools like Stanford, Wharton, and Harvard.

What do you do now? The toughest part of the application process for…

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Interview between Chioma and Reapplicant (Spring 2009)

Chioma: What was going through your mind as you embarked on the reapplication?

Reapplicant: I won’t lie – the application process was daunting, even the second time around. 

Not getting into…

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I’m often asked about specific programs that target unique interests, whether it is real estate, entertainment or what have you.

I came across this article that talks about different customized programs for those interested in a career in the bio tech space

But beyond the schools covered in this article, there are also many U.S. MBA programs where students interested…

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Without a doubt, the essay remains a critical part of the application process.

Applicants have to find creative ways of sharing their brand but schools are also becoming creative with the types of essay questions they are asking.

But they are not stopping there. Applicants now have the option to write a cover letter as one of the essays at Harvard Business…

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With a new Dean at Stanford (Garth Saloner)  and the recent resignation of Dean Dipak Jain at Kellogg, it will be interesting to see what changes if any will emerge under the new leadership.

Every leader puts her mark on the organization she leads. Business Schools are no different.

Time will tell if there will be any fundamental change in the brand…

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I’ve often wondered why it took MBA Admissions Offices so long to set their deadlines and post their new application essays.

Most schools wait till July and August to post their essays leaving applicants with less time to…

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Like Stanford GSB and MIT, HBS will begin accepting GRE scores in lieu of the GMAT starting this fall.

For more details, check out the full press release from Harvard announcing this change.

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