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Tuck Business School 2015-2016 Applications Deadlines

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tuckTuckSchool of Business has released its 2015-2016 application cycle deadlines. Approximately 60 to 70 students are accepted into each Tuck School of Business class each year. The minimum professional working experience students have is two years. However, the average numbers of years of work experience students have is five.

Tuck Business School 2015-2016 Applications Deadlines

The school is open to applicants who don’t already have a MBA from another institution.

Tuck MBA 2015-2016 Application Deadlines

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Early Round October 07, 2015 December 17, 2015
Round 1 November 04, 2015 February 12, 2016
Round 2 January 06, 2016 March 11, 2016
Round 3 April 04, 2016 May 13, 2016
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Deadlines for the 2015-2016 application cycle follow. Applications must be submitted by 5pm EST.

Materials to include with your application are:  GMAT/GRE scores, schools you have attended, academic degrees, transcripts, GPA and language proficiency.

If you’re an international student, you should submit your TOEFL, IELTS or PTE scores. Regardless of your country of origin, include two recommendation letters, professional experience and awards and activities.

Tuck School of Business accepts your highest GMAT score. Average applicant GMAT scores at the school are 716, with the mid to 80% of Tuck School of Business applicants scoring between 670 and 750. Although you don’t have to submit GMAT and GRE scores, you do have the option of turning in both test scores.

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It’s best to submit recommendation letters that are written by your current supervisors or other people who can speak directly about your leadership, analytical, professional and intellectual skills.

Professors are often not the best people to write recommendation letters, as they don’t have experience observing your work and leadership abilities.

Interviews are conducted on the Tuck School of Business campus. You can increase your chances of landing an interview if you schedule an interview with the school online. The earlier you schedule an interview, the better, as interviews are on a first come basis.

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Check back here on the blog for details on the Tuck School of Business essay questions. We’ll give you those details as soon as they are published by Tuck.

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