Tag: MBA (page 10 of 13)

How Do I overcome My Lack of Focus for the GMAT?

The GMAT is a 3.5 hour examination that tests the examination takers stamina and ability to shift seamlessly from one topic to another. As professionals who have not given examinations in recent years, we find ourselves challenged by the prospect of sitting through a lengthy exam. Read more

Role of Extracurricular Activities in the MBA Admissions Process

When it comes the MBA admissions process, university committees look at six categories; standardized tests (GMAT, TOEFL & IELTS), academic records, work experience, essays, letters of recommendation and activities. Out of the 6 aspects of your profile that are reviewed, extracurricular activities present an excellent opportunity for you to stand out from your peers. Read more

How Important is Work Experience in an MBA Application?

When putting together an application for an MBA, the portion dedicated to your work experience can be confusing. With vague instructions and explanations as to what is important, do you feel you have enough? Is it the ‘right’ kind? Confused about what should be included? Does it feel a lot like a test no one prepared you to take? Read more

What do MBA Colleges Look for in a Student’s Application? (2018-19)

Have you wondered what exactly college selection committees look at when considering potential applicants?
Have you decided against applying to the college of your dreams because you do not believe you qualify?
Do you know whether or not your GMAT score stacks up, or what bearing it has on your admission? Read more

5 Things to Know About the Kellogg School of Management

The Kellogg School of Management has many distinctions to its credit – one of the two top business schools in the Midwest, the only top business school in the US to have a woman as Dean, the best part-time/executive program around…the list of things that are special goes on and on. Read more

The Interview With Your Dream Business School

The interview with your dream Business School might be just 20 minutes long, but you will spend anxious months preparing for it, as will hundreds of other bright, motivated young people across the world. Unless you have access to the very best coaching, you might not be able to prepare in the best possible way; most people will tell you that you need to practice a list of questions, and be polite to the interviewer, and try to talk about your achievements in detail. Read more

Does Your Workplace Have a GMAT Friendly Policy?

An overwhelming majority of those who give the GMAT do so while they are working at a full time job. A small minority choose to give the test while in college but, given that scores which are less than three years old are ideal, the test taker demographic skews towards those who are currently working. Read more

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