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Recent Blog Posts

The MBA Tour

One of the ways to clarify your own part in the admissions process is to know which b-school you want and why. Yes, research, research, and more research. A good way to find out about school programs (and how they are differentiating themselves) is by going to an event like the MBA Tour www.thembatour.com, coming […]

Chicago Admissions Director Nails It

Rose Martinelli, head of admissions at the Chicago Booth Business School, just posted an insightful piece about the MBA admissions process on her blog. Admissions committee members are increasingly transparent about what they are looking for. No matter what school you are applying to: Harvard, Stanford, Wharton, Chicago, or any other, her words ring true: […]

The Dreaded GMAT

I’m no fan of the Graduate Management Admission Test, the GMAT. It’s a tricky, exasperating standardized test that sorts MBA aspirants into two categories: Those that have to worry about their scores and those that don’t. Critics proclaim that the test doesn’t measure success in business or business school and that the format (or content, […]

It’s All About Differentiation

Silicon Valley’s career guru, Patti Wilson has published her mid-year Careerzine. I’ve excerpted some of it below; it’s perhaps a bit on the “realistic” side, but has some good tips, such as to work on “career differentiation”. This is true in job hunting, applying to graduate school, and managing your current career if you are […]

Start With Your Brain

Interested in business school? If so, now’s the time to start thinking about your application, even if you don’t want to apply until 2010. Sure, that’s a long way away, but sometimes really good ideas take a long time to hatch. Please note—I wrote “thinking about your application.” I’m not one of those admissions consultants […]