“Those trying to have good careers are going to fail, because, really, good jobs are now disappearing. There are great jobs and great careers, and then there are the high-workload, high-stress, bloodsucking, soul-destroying kinds of jobs, and practically nothing in-between.”Read more
I’m planning to apply to MIT, Wharton, Stern, and Tuck in round 2 this year. Can someone evaluate my profile for these schools, please?
GMAT: 740 (Q 50, V 39)
Undergrad from a reputed university in ABC country with a GPA of 8/ 10 (top 10% in the class)
Extracurricular activities:Read more
You’re through your GMAT with an expected score, and with that you’ve taken a firm step toward getting accepted to one or more MBA programs of choice.
And, then, while finalizing (sometimes at a later stage) the target schools, you’re surprised to find that you’re at a disadvantage or not even eligible to apply to a particular school because you don’t have a four-year undergraduate degree.Read more