02/11/2018 19:31:00 - (David) |
Mitigating a low GMAT score
02/07/2018 09:36:30 - (David)
|02/11/2018 19:32:51 - (David)|
You can't get far in any discussion of b-school admissions without someone bringing up GMAT scores. That isn't surprising. MBAs often look at things in terms of numbers, so it makes sense that applicants would turn to a set of numbers to try to understand their admission chances. And GMAT score ranges are in fact a quick, reasonably valid way to compare the class profiles of different schools.
New Stern Dean Outlines Plans
02/04/2018 21:28:11 - (David)
|02/07/2018 09:38:34 - (David)|
NYU News has a nice article outlining Dean's Rangarajan "Raghu" Sundaram's plans now that he is the new dean.
If you're seriously considering Stern,
this should be a must (and fortunately short!) read.
Round 3 is a "different game"
01/24/2018 22:47:05 - (David)
|02/04/2018 21:28:58 - (David)|
A b-school application is an exercise in persuasion. You're trying to convince an admissions committee that you deserve a seat in their MBA program. As is the case with any communication, you'll be more successful if you shape your argument to the circumstances you're making it under.
Don't Miss Our February Newsletter!
01/16/2018 21:29:28 - (David)
|01/24/2018 22:47:10 - (David)|
This edition of our free, monthly newsletter will be released on Thursday, February 1 and include these items:
Video: Round 3 Is "A Different Game"
Banks are Stepping Up Their Recruiting Pitches
Presenting Nonprofit Experience
AdmissionsBoards.com Business School Post of the Month
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HBS alumni increasingly choosing public service
|01/16/2018 21:30:25 - (David)|
The Harvard Crimson published an insightful article about the trend toward increased public service in HBS graduates. Graduates in the Class of 2017 who went into public service doubled to 4 percent from the Class of 2016, but, as the article linked above also states, many grads do eventually end up in public service. It just seems to be starting a bit sooner.
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