Are you applying to any of the M7 programs in round 3? If you have not done so already, it is time to begin the essay-writing process. Personal MBA Coach gets clients every year in round 3. While the numbers are smaller, we can qualify you and figure out if you may be a strong round 3 candidate.
Given that round 3 is challenging, it is particularly crucial that you are taking the time to develop compelling essays. Determining how to approach your essay prompts can be one of the hardest parts of the process. Fortunately, Personal MBA Coach is here to guide you.
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For those who are still building their target school list, keep in mind that, while having a strong profile is key, getting accepted to business school often comes down to a numbers game.
For this reason, Personal MBA Coach clients apply to 5 to 8 schools on average. For some candidates, this means selecting target programs from a range of tiers. For others, this means choosing multiple M7 business schools.
Naturally, a candidate’s school list must align with their profile. Along with having a broad list, make sure that it is reasonable based on your undergraduate GPA, GMAT/GRE/EA score, and professional work experience.
Whether you are still deciding which schools to apply to or are ready to begin writing your essays, Personal MBA Coach is here to help! Via our Comprehensive MBA Packages, we will work through each step of the application process until you decide which business school admission offer to accept.