Updated Nov, 16th 2012
Business school applications take a lot of time, money, and effort, so don't waste your valuable resources and make sure you're doing your applications right the first time.
While on average 80% of business school applicants are qualified, only 15% get in to school. Looking at those odds, how will you make your application stand out from the rest?
In this 1.5 hour course we'll cover the 10 steps of a business school application and give you tips and tricks on how to master each. At the end of this course, you should have a greater understanding of how to improve your business school applications and how to avoid common mistakes.
1) You - How to think about your personal brand?
2) Schools - What types of schools should you apply to?
3) GMAT - What does the admissions committee like to see? What can I do if my GMAT is low?
4) Undergraduate GPA - What does the admissions committee like to see? What can I do if my GPA is low?
5) Work Experience - What does the admissions committee like to see?
6) Essays - How to avoid common essay pitfalls
7) Extracurricular Activities - Why this is important and what looks good?
8) Recommendations - Whom do I choose? What should they write?
9) Interview - What to do/What to avoid
10) Putting it all together
I work for an admissions consulting firm, Admit Advantage, so I will also give you an overview of our services at the end of the presentation.
The format of this session will be in person and will last 1.5 hours. You'll be able to ask questions and take notes!
Anyone interested in Admit Advantage's consulting services is able to have a free introductory conversation with one of company's founders, Kofi Kankam or Eric Allen.