Date of publication: 2017-09-05 04:28
Yes, we are getting lots of questions. And your questions have actually been helpful as we put the finishing touches on this exercise. Here's where we are now - and some thinking behind it.
I have completed my BCOM this year with 95%, I had started working as i was 68 years old and currently with 9+ years of experience in HR field now I am planning to do MBA in HR.
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Liz Bender, the lead consultant I worked with for the past few months with MBA Exchange, was terrific! She provided great insight, and channeled strengths and weaknesses together to create a well-balanced, well-rounded application to business school. I would strongly recommend her advice in your preparation to create the best b-school application you can!
· Are you conveying consistent, interesting, and authentic messages about who you are now, who you want to become in the future, and how an MBA helps you get there?
(SAMPLE A) I could confirm my interest in THIS SCHOOL through my ongoing conversations with Mr. FirstName LastName (Class of '57), who told me about (specific aspect of school). This perfectly fits my (specific goal /learning objective) because.
As a result, I brainstormed a few ideas of how to structure my essays with a few very good friends from McKinsey and figured out what I wanted to write about. I then wrote the first draft and sent my applications to two of my friend at Kellogg and HBS.