Tag Archives: Leadership

Character Prevails: Stanford & Harvard Business School MBA Applications

Have you ever heard of the term “double admits”? That’s what we in the MBA admissions consulting industry call those singular applicants who receive admissions offers from both Harvard Business School (HBS) and Stanford Graduate …

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Complementary Skills are Key to Team Success for MBA Students, Grads

More than a fifth of MBAs feel that half of the teams in which they’ve worked have not succeeded due to a lack of complementary skills, ground-breaking research from the Association of MBAs (AMBA) and The …

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What Really Happens During an MBA Admissions Committee File Review-Part 3

We’re back with our third in a series of five blog posts to help answer frequently asked questions about what really happens during an MBA admissions committee file review, and today we’ll focus on applicants’ …

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4 Areas Admissions Committees Focus on When Evaluating Your Candidacy

B-school applicants can’t help but fret over what their target MBA programs really want to see in a candidate, agonizing over whether their particular profile will generate enough interest to merit an interview and ultimately, …

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