It's getting to that time of year when MBA programs send out interview invitations to Round 1 candidates, so anxiety is in the air. Perhaps you're waiting on invitations, or maybe you've recieved some but have no idea how to prepare. In either case, don't fret -- last month, we asked Top B-Schools to give advice about the MBA application process during our Twitter Chat on Wednesday, October 25, so we gathered some of their respones just for you!
Q4: What is the best way for candidates to prepare for an admissions interview? #TheMBATourChat— The MBA Tour (@TheMBATour) October 25, 2017
Have application and admissions questions? Join us @TheMBATour and featured business schools on Wednesday, October 25 at 12pm ET, 9am PT!
Did you apply to MBA programs in Round 1? Considering applying in Round 2? Will you be visiting campuses, interviewing, or attending The MBA Tour Conferences?
Join @TheMBATour, UCLA, Texas Christian University, Georgia Tech, University of South Carolina, William & Mary, UConn, CKGSB, USF, GW, Fordham, Southern Methodist University, UC Riverside, and The Ohio State University for a discussion on Twitter!
When you think of an "ideal MBA candidate" what comes to mind? Probably a perfect GMAT score, stellar GPA, and an impressive career at a prestigious company. While grades, work experience, and test scores are essential factors for a successful application, there are many other less obvious qualities that make an applicant stand out.
During our recent Twitter Chat, we asked Admissions Directors from top b-schools to tell us what makes up an ideal MBA candidate.
Did you know that there are over 700 accredited business schools worldwide? That's a lot of informational brochures! No wonder prospective MBA applicants feel overwhelmed when they begin investigating schools and programs.
During our recent Twitter Chat, we asked Admissions Directors from top b-schools to give advice on how best to research schools.