Chris Kane is one of the most experienced GMAT tutors in the industry and takes great pride in his approach to test preparation. In this article, he shares tips on how to study for the GMAT, particularly when to study (and how to build a schedule) as well as how to organize your study time … Read more
If you are interested in attending a top MBA program, you are probably tangentially aware of what a sponsored candidate is. But, for the sake of clarity let’s discuss it briefly. A sponsored candidate is one whose employer has offered to pay for a portion of the candidate’s tuition should they be accepted to business … Read more
MBA applicants sometimes worry that they cannot win admission to top MBA programs because they don’t have the “right background,” like a job at McKinsey or Goldman Sachs, or a degree from a top university, whether an Ivy League college in the US, or an IIT in India. Although MBA programs do admit many students … Read more
INSEAD is a truly international school with no dominant culture, offering graduate business education in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and North America. By understanding its international orientation, you can decide whether it is a good fit for you, and work to maximize your chances of admission.
London Business School is regarded as the best two-year MBA program in Europe. By understanding what they look for in MBA applicants, you can figure out whether the program is a good fit for you, and how to maximize your chances of admission.
If you are an MBA applicant with a family business, you have an ace up your sleeve that you shouldn’t be afraid to use. Some applicants might feel sheepish about mentioning their family business ties, but it is a definite advantage, albeit one that has to be navigated carefully. In this article we will look … Read more
The most common start to an MBA admissions interview is a friendly, open-ended question: “Tell me about yourself.” It is the only interview question that is so famous as to have its own acronym, TMAYS.
At Menlo Coaching, we really like Tuck because its tightly-knit community helps students, alumni, and faculty to make lifelong connections. Community is, to quote Executive Director of Admissions Luke Anthony Peña: “The asset that appreciates in value over time.” Want to know what Tuck is looking for in applicants? Watch the interview with Luke Anthony … Read more