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For EMBA, Is a 620 GMAT Good Enough?


Posted By on Mar 11, 2016

For EMBA, Is a 620 GMAT Good Enough? Taking the GMAT is no simple feat. Many full-time MBA candidates study through hard and long regimens for the GMAT. They enroll in courses, wipe their weekend schedules clear to spend hours studying, and take many mock exams. But many EMBA candidates are so far advanced in their careers, with significant responsibilities, and often also have families, that carving such abundant time to prepare for...

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How Important Is My College GPA in EMBA Admissions? Some EMBA applicants simply never “gained their footing” in their undergraduate years. Perhaps moving far from home to attend college was difficult for them and they did not achieve high grades. Perhaps they chose the wrong major and never applied themselves to courses in which they had only lackluster interest. Perhaps they made poor choices in balancing “work” with “fun”. Yet,...

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Round 1 Admissions Trends: What We’ve Learned So Far Many candidates who are gearing up for Round 2 are wondering, “What has Round 1 taught us about MBA admissions so far?” Here are some take-aways so far… Essay lengths. The fact that many top business schools chose to present once again short essay questions, with responses limited to 400 words or less, and/or fewer numbers of essays means that they have chosen once again – just like...

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Congratulations if Accepted! Now How to Choose: 2 Factors to Consider Let’s face it, making your short-list of business schools is no easy task. All of the top business schools have unique programs, excellent opportunities and strategic partnerships that could serve you well in your future career. Whether you have already been accepted to multiple schools and are trying to figure out which would be the best path for you, or whether...

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7 Best Practices for Reapplicants


Posted By on Mar 11, 2016

  7 Best Practices for Reapplicants At many of the top MBA programs, admission rates are as low as 7-13%. Significantly, this means that 87-93% of all applicants in a given year are rejected!  So if you received a rejection letter from one of your top-choice MBA programs, you are not alone. You may find yourself doubting whether you put your best application forward and whether it is possible to have a better outcome if you...

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