Category Archives: General

Your Future Career Path: Whether It’s Definite or Undecided, Get Ready to Write About It

By Jeremy Dann Many candidates see business school as a great opportunity to figure out what sort of career path they want to pursue in the future. MBA programs tout their career services departments as …

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Time Management: Prepare your calendar NOW for your MBA application process

“Time is on our side.” So quoth the Rolling Stones. Truer words were never spoken about the business school application process. Smartly investing and budgeting time is a key to generating the great essays needed …

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Your “Window” for Applying: How your Life and Career Impact the Choice & Number of Potential B-Schools

By Jeremy Dann “How many schools should I apply to? Which schools should I apply to?” These are key questions aspiring MBAs ponder during the spring and summer before the busy application-writing season in fall …

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Stanford’s View on Age of Applicant

In the past, I have addressed the issue of applicant age. I am constantly asked by applicants if they are too old or too young. Recently, more individuals are concerned about being too old, as …

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Don’t Lose that Great Idea: Keep a Notebook During Spring and Summer

By Jeremy Dann Jack Kerouac kept a notebook before he went On the Road. Larry David’s notebook of wry observations and embryonic comedy routines was lost and then found by annoying fans on Curb Your …

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Whether & When to Reapply

Now that many of the admissions decisions have been finalized, many denied applicants are left wondering whether they should reapply. Forrest Gump begins to ponder what to do next in his posting, That Thing Called …

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