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MBA Admissions Myths Destroyed: I Should Quit My Job to Study for the GMAT

The GMAT score is the sole piece of data that is truly consistent from one candidate to another. Therefore, many MBA applicants place undue emphasis on it, when the test is only one of several important aspects of a person’s application. In extreme cases, some candidates even consider quitting their jobs to focus on the … Read More  

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MBA Admissions Myths Destroyed: My Months of Work Experience Will Not Count

“I had an internship from June to August of 2019. Will the admissions committee count it as work experience?” “I was running a lab during my Master’s program—is that part of my total number of months of work experience?” “I ran a small business that ultimately failed—will I get credit for my time as an … Read More  

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MBA Admissions Myths Destroyed: I Have a Gap in My Resume

The perfect MBA applicant does not actually exist. However, the perception of the perfect applicant absolutely does—such an individual scales greater and greater personal, community, and professional peaks undeterred until finally applying to business school. Because of this idealized image of an applicant, candidates who have taken any time off from their professional pursuits believe they … Read More  

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