See how writing a compelling personal story — even if it isn't about your professional experience — can open the doors to the most elite schools.
Every MBA applicant should know the basics about academic business leaders, but who to read? Start with two of the giants in academia: Peter Drucker and Michael Porter.
Was it easier to be admitted a decade ago or is it easier now? GMAT numbers tell the story.
Yes, you can get a masters degree in management from Harvard, and the only requirement is that you have an undergradate degree. Why do so few MBA applicants know about this?
I think one of my academic idols got old today. He's on CNBC and rambling like John McCain on quaaludes.
Most MBA applicants are aiming too low, applying to schools that seem safe, because they don't realize that they can get into much better programs.
For too long, CBS has pressured vulnerable MBA applicants into paying for a seat they never occupied. That needs to stop.
Most MBA applicants know which schools are in the top tier and which are in the second, but they don't know why.
Most MBA applicants are surprised to learn that the Harvard Business School has an early admit program called 2 + 2.