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Again, Caveat Emptor, I'm only going for one MBA so I'm not the best person to seek advice from on this, but maybe you should take a year's break and see where you're headed. I would like to ask you to elaborate a little more on the subject of the school from which a candidate graduated.

I've noticed you said schools abroad do not care much for the reputation of the school in Israel - does this also extend to studying at a "Michlala" versus studying at a university? If they do care for that subject and I'm specifically interested in the US schools' point of view , how does it come into effect?

Does your GPA gets lowered if you studied not at a university? In other case s MIT for example there may be more of a distinction and more credit given to the Tel Aviv University candidate. And last question though it might seem trivial - how do you convert the Israeli method of grades into GPA? This may change slightly from one school to another. In many case s you will see a converter in the online application. You can log on to the Columbia online application to see an example.

Thank you for your help. I believe, you're right. As I have heard, americans are very strict on the integrity issues. As I was told, if caught, such case s live a life-long stain on the biography. Have you got any idea how this information is shared? I'm an MD that is planing a career change and as i see it, entering an MBA program in one of the leading US schools can give me an oppertunity to do so.

I'm looking for a school that will help me enter the biotech industry. What are my chances? Shay, MD's who clearly state why the need an MBA and lay out a solid career plan have a pretty good case with most admission comittees. Your working experience is lower than the average full-time experience for admitted candidates in leading schools. However, your part time and military experiences might cover for that.

I took the Entrepreneurship and Private Equity immersion. Taking under account my background in the Entrepreneurship industry it mainly allowed me to understand the perspective of the people across the table using real life interaction. It also allowed me to get broader perspective of the business world which is very important in Consulting. More specifically, I know that this wider perspective helped me get an interview with BCG and to succeed in the recruiting process. The ones that will get into the Johnson School will get this case during the Analytical Thinking Thread.

This is all thanks to the EPE immersion. I have 2 degrees in Biology from the Technion B. I have moved to Seattle 2 years ago and have worked in Amgen formally Immunex as a Research Associate since then. I have no managerial experience but I hope to be promoted in the coming year.

As I see it now I would like to stay in the Biotech field in a business development department. What levels of schools in the U. S should I aim for? Revital, your background is very impressive! With a bit of managerial experience and possibly even without it , you are a competitive candidate at top schools such as MIT, Duke and Michigan. With a strong application, you will be reasonably competitive at Wharton as well. I seriously consider university of Washington in Seattle.

I know it is not one of the best but do you have any input regarding this university? Do you have any ideas as to how should I prepare for their interview?

I heard of this school but I am not familiar with it. Therefore, I can't give you informed advice about their interview process. You can find some initial, general advice about interview preparation at: Thanks in advance, Revital. Much luck in the process. Omer, excellent question - you are, generally, very much right.

You name it, consultants were doing it: Teams of people would decamp in the telecom giant's Basking Ridge, N. McKinsey, the nation's top strategy consulting firm, was the biggest beneficiary of this largesse. Today, alas, there are no more trips to the slopes. That's because the former consulting junkie seems to have kicked the habit. Now the telecom company either is doing most of the work in-house or isn't doing it at all.

Two years ago Ford Motor Co. Investment banks Lehman Brothers and Credit Suisse First Boston have gone even further, imposing companywide bans against management consultants. Explains one Lehman executive: And there's no point in hiring a consultant to tell us how to grow in a market that's not growing. All over corporate America, the long-running love affair between big companies and traditional management consultants has come to an abrupt end.

Two years into an economic slump, executives are questioning why they've spent the past ten years pouring so much money into consulting coffers and what exactly those huge outlays of cash have produced.

Execs are also realizing that consultants from the so-called prestigious firms just might not be as brilliant as they're cracked up to be. But you have to wonder about the wisdom of the advice McKinsey gave to its longtime client Enron. Or the value of the analysis it did for Kmart and Global Crossing, two other companies that paid the firm for strategic insights and subsequently slid into bankruptcy. At the formerly highflying strategy firms, the suffering is palpable. The length of an average strategy-consulting engagement has dropped from between six and 18 months in the mids to just 90 days today, according to Tom Rodenhauser, a longtime industry analyst who runs Consulting Information Services in Keene, N.

Getting revenue numbers from these famously secretive firms is difficult. But Consultants News in Peterborough, N. The Big Three are eager to promote the impression that they are handling all this just fine, thank you very much. But privately, many senior consulting partners confide that it is the worst slump they've ever had to deal with. Other recessions, such as those in the early '80s and early '90s, prompted many observers to sound the death knell for strategy consulting.

And each time the economy picked up, consulting revenues came roaring back. The concept of management consulting was pioneered by McKinsey, which was founded in by an accounting professor from Northwestern University.

The upstart firm established itself by helping companies navigate their way out of the Depression and, later, gear up for wartime production. Decades later, former General Electric executive Bruce Henderson saw huge opportunity in the consulting business.

In he started a competing firm, BCG, with innovative theories about business growth and the belief that consultants should be brutally honest with clients. Ten years later BCG partner William Bain formed Bain with the intention of working intimately with only one client in each industry--a concept that served nicely until the firm started getting big and needed new clients.

All three firms thrived by doing basically the same thing: More important, perhaps, they convinced clients that the consultants were smarter and more objective than the companies themselves. Because many companies' competitors were using consultants, top execs worried they'd fall behind if they didn't use them too.

And as time went by the work consultants did for a client often became open-ended, with one engagement bleeding conveniently into another. Leader McKinsey more than doubled its size during the past eight years, to 7, consultants worldwide. Bain and BCG's ranks ballooned to 1, and 2,, respectively. Big consulting firms work a lot like big law firms: Partners make the big bucks--usually several million a year--and throngs of cocky year-olds do most of the day-to-day work.

And a large cast of characters is typically involved on each project. And that's before you even get to the consultants that are doing the real work," says Jon Katzenbach, a former McKinsey partner who left the firm in to form Katzenbach Partners. That's a model that today's clients emphatically don't want.

They want small, nimble teams of seasoned people who have years of knowledge and experience. And they want practical, highly targeted information and insights that can do one of two things: Terry Laughlin, head of corporate strategy and development at FleetBoston and the guy in charge of hiring consultants for the bank, puts it this way: Clients are also demanding discounts, once unthinkable.

That's when companies hire consultants at all. Many large companies have spent the past few years beefing up in-house strategy teams and are using them instead. Fleet concluded that the practice of constantly hiring consultants prevented it from developing the related skills, knowledge, and expertise internally.

The bank now has outside consultants work alongside teams of Fleet people. Or they simply raid the consulting firms for talent. American Express, which spends a fraction of what it used to on consulting, has picked up at least five people from McKinsey in the past year. That question is one that McKinsey, BCG, and Bain will have to grapple with over the next few years as they try to prove to clients that they're still relevant--and not, in the words of one West Coast CEO, a bunch of "beefed-up MBAs with big egos who charge a lot to tell executives what they should already know.

For people who make a living telling others how to fix their businesses, the Big Three have been remarkably slow and tentative in taking action to fix theirs.

McKinsey's recently elected managing director, Ian Davis, a year-old Brit who officially assumes the job in July, hasn't made his plans public. But George Stalk, a senior partner who works out of BCG's Toronto office, says that the firm is reducing headcount and the ratio of consultants to partners in order to offer clients the greater access to senior people they're demanding. Stalk says that the consultant-partner ratio in the U.

Bain and McKinsey have also cut staff over the past two years, but they won't talk about numbers. As for Bain, its worldwide managing director, John Donahoe, a year company veteran who lives in Silicon Valley and works out of the San Francisco office, says that it has started hiring partners from outside its ranks--a major departure.

To satisfy clients' demands for seasoned pros, over the past 18 months the firm has brought on 20 new partners, some poached from McKinsey and BCG. Yet at the same time Donahoe defends the practice of importing boatloads of MBAs and sending " case teams" of the young consultants to work with clients.

He argues that their number-crunching and spreadsheet skills provide clients with fresh data and insights. But the Big Three seem to be doing little to counter another threat: Those firms have traditionally helped companies install and integrate complex IT systems, but now they want a piece of the strategy pie.

As technology becomes closely intertwined with the overall business objectives of a company, an increasingly big piece of the consulting market is within their reach. How much of a threat do these firms pose? Donahoe says he's not worried, because Bain is in a much better position to deliver advice to clients about technology than Accenture or IBM: We think that clients are going to be a little suspicious of an outsourcing provider who says, 'Outsource everything.

The firms still house enormous talent and a wealth of knowledge about how successful businesses operate. But their future will look very different. Many people believe that they are going to get a lot smaller. Their partners may splinter off into several smaller boutique firms. Or they may merge with an IT outfit to gain tech expertise and access to new markets. One thing's for certain, though.

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These loans are designed for international students and in most case s cover at least the tuition. Check with individual schools you are interested at by contacting the financial aid office. Yes, we do tend to give equal weight to both parts of the score. However, in the case of international student applicants, whose first language may not be English, we also give qutie a bit of weight to the results of the TOEFL.

Schools have "traumas" from people who were admitted and then were unable to be a contributing and successful member of the class - something that causes a slew of administrative, academic and image issues. TOEFL of and a GMAT verbal score of 35 or so do raise a small concern about your English, a concern that can be alleviated through the personal interview and that can be contered by other strengths. This does not apply to LBS where they consider a career shift a legitimate reason to apply.

Although I do not dismiss pursuing a managerial career in the Hi Tech Area, my primary goal is to make a shift into consulting and its relations. What would you suggest? As you correctly pointed out, it will be a bit harder to excite the admissions guys with this kind of story, but it is not impossible.

First, I suggest you tell the truth about your plans. In many such case s, it is because their career plan is not build on solid grounds. I have emphasized that it should be a helpful tool rather than a critic one, but still, could I influence its exact content without being cheeky? Yuval, you are allowed to meet with your recommenders, explain the process and its importance to them, refresh their mind about your mutual experience and remind them of past events and examples. You are not allowed to see the recommendation that they have sent to the school.

I am a current student at IMD. There are also scholarships for women. Saying that, all these scholarships are partial except for one Latin American one which was a full scholarship. As far as the admissions process goes, IMD really appreciates multi-country experiences. It is very common among my 90 classmates 41 nationalities! You will have to show openness to multi cultural experiences as part of the admission process.

I have been here for ten months and as part of the curriculum I have traveled all over Western Europe, been to two countries in Eastern Europe first time for me and just returned from two and a half weeks in China also first time for me. What really surprised me is that in China I had no cultural shock whereas a few years ago, when I began working outside of Israel for the first time, in London, I did have culture shock. I have worked closely and have strong friendships with my Chinese classmates, we did numerous case studies on business in China and I guess that prepared me.

Hope this helps and feel free to contact me. I have a strong academic background GPA 3. You have an opportunity to learn from and with a diverse student body. You meet people from all over the world. It is truly an international community of students, faculty and administrators. There is no better place to be a student.

Whether it is the social life or professional life, NY offers you an incredible opportunity. All of the 1st year MBA students have an opportunity to go to the Metropolitan Opera and see a dress rehearsal after studying a case about the Opera house. You learn from top faculty and you hear from Corporate speakers regularly. Shelley just attended a session with the CFO of Pfizer. Since they work here, it makes it easy to hear from prestigious speakers and alumni.

The program itself is flexible. I meant to say "shouldn't", this organization is a bit controversial and, from what I heard, is not necessarily considered a "strong" activity there are different opinions.

For universities I am applying at the second round, does it matter how early into the second round I am applying? How about Colubia and NYU which have rolling addmision? In general, if there are "rounds" it most likely doesn't matter when you applied during the round.

In case s of rolling admission, it is probably best to apply as early as possible. If I were you this would have been my focus in the application, what is very important in this matter is the: You should think hard on these matters and keep working in this sector to support such a case , your organization should be substential and the application should support that by recommenders etc'.

Cause if not, you should look into the fine details of recruiting. You'd be suprised to find out exactly how many east coast companies are not willing to travel to the west coast for recruiting. It's not to say that Stanford or HBS are not a great school, but in terms recruiting most of the companies you could think of will go to almsot all top school to recruit and the only difference would be the number. In addtion, there are companies that refrain from going to some of these schools for various reasons.

For that matter, ask anyone who recruits MBA graduates and does get Stanford candidates from a large consulting company if he treats Stanford and Cornell the same.

This is not to say that Bain won't take someone from cornell. Furthermore, in some case s the stident body is different,. Hi Gilam, Thanks for your reply. Regarding the Gmat - i took a course which i was the top of the class, and the truth is, i expected a much higher score on Math - the preparation tests i took indicated a much higher score but the truth is i am no professional on tests like this, and would like to avoid retaking the if not necessary.

I think the main focus of my application should be, trying to show my other qualities regarding my experience with establishing and buck and boosting projects the entrepreneur side which I can definitely show with great detail on an application. Keep in mind that most schools like to evaluate the candidate on a multitude of dimensions, including leadership skills, teamwork skills, analytical skills, entrepreneurieal spirit and quite a few more I can apply between now and in 2 years the most important thing is to enter a top school after receiving post-graduate work experience, and I could also now decide in which direction my work should be.

Not sure about this. It really depends which school. Uh, I wish there would be an easy answer to this In general, "finance" schools seek competent, mature individuals and not necessarily "finance" guys most of their class probably isn't "finance" guys. I will most appreciate your response. And again, Thank you very very much. That's very high for Israelis, especially your verbal part.

Assuming you have to select one, I would select the higher one. If you have a B. Also, do u have any idea which schools offer some aid other than loans scholarhips.. Virtually all schools offer merit-based full tuition scholarships and part-tuition scholarships.

In addition, there are lots of peculiar scholarships e. You will usually know about these only after your admission. We have all the big firms recruiting here on campus: Kearney, Deloitt Consulting and more.

I have had the opportunity to represent the school in the A. We won 1st prize 2 years ago and second prize last year. The consulting club is the biggest club in the B-School here. We consider many factors in the decision - undergrad work; accomplishments; fit with Michigan; community service; career progression, etc.

But, retaking it would be ideal. Also, if you don't re-take it before submitting your application, let us know if you have any plans for re-taking it. I would recommend that you keep up some GMAT study, in case of a wait-list decision, for example. When it comes to scholarships for international students, we are mostly talking about merit-based, rather than need-based scholarships. Ido, you could be admitted with a GMAT of and rejected with a GMAT of , because so much depends on your work experience, recommendations, essays, interview, and the overall quality of your application.

It was tested in my case at least only in a phone interview - i. They did ask me to rate my knowledge in writing. Sure, much luck Ido. Do you want to go this year in any case? If I remember correctly you are just graduating from college now.

In that case , I would say yes. However, I also remember that you have significant and very impressive employment background during college. Therefore, there will probably be a "significant" improvement of your chances especially if your stated goal is to go into the VC world after b-school , but it is not likely to be a "huge" improvement. I saw there are some questions about Kellogg - I am a first year and will happily answer any qauestion. Sometimes the demand for interviews might be more that the supply of alumni time, in that case if the admissions office feels it need it, they will schedule a phone interview with you.

First responses for 1st rounders will start to come probably by the end of this month. The majority however will receive the decision during the last 2 weeks of the round. The event we have january 1st will not include people from the admissions office.

There will be a current student and 2 alumni. The main purpose of the event is to share their experiences with you so you will get to "know" Kellogg a little better. Hopefully this will help you decide if you want to apply, and strengthen your application once you apply. There were two main reasons that made me choose the Johnson School. The first reason was more related to my area of interest, which is Entrepreneurship and Private Equity. I believed that the combination of the EPE immersion and BR Ventures will help me to enhance my experience and knowledge in the area.

I am happy to report that this was indeed the case. I also believe that this is true in other areas such as finance, marketing, operations and more. The second reason was the type of environment that exist in the Johnson School. From one hand it is an environment that will challenge you and push you to your limit, which I believe is the essence of an MBA.

From the other hand it is a very intimate and supporting community that is very important when you are away from home and stretched to your limit studying and looking for job at the same time.

The other aspect of the Johnson school community is the extent in which students can get involved and make a difference. The kind of people we are looking to admit to the Johnson School is change agents, people who inclined and attracted to making a difference. We have to provide them with opportunities to make a difference. As a result I believe the Johnson School is one of the best schools for students who are looking to leave their mark on.

The fact that we involve our students in the admissions process, which is relatively unique, is only one testament to the extent students are involved. There are many other examples and some of them are elaborated in my introduction. So to summarize, the real life learning experience and the type of culture the school has were the two main drivers to my choice. How much a foreign MBA worth in Israeli job market? Eli, I haven't seen such research for Israel.

I do know that Israeli employers appreciate work experience abroad that is closely relevant to their business. Alternatively, in some industries e. Is it considered as an advantage or a drawback from schools perspective? What made you so attractive to those schools? Thank you for the compliment. I believe that In my case , it was a combination of two factors: Some interesting leadership-oriented achievements such as being elected to student union positions.

I am learning the hard way that it's very hard to get in this schools. R2 is even harder - I decided to apply to other schools then I initally thought - I think that if you really want to get in, you should apply to more schools, just in case. My answer is simple that would be your question, I assume ;-: Other than that, I have 3 excellent recommendations: What do you think are my chances to be accepted?

On the basis of this data alone not knowing your employment background etc. They may accept someone with a GMAT below , but these will be fairly rare case s. I applied in R1, so may consider my experience fresh If you want my opinion about Kellogg interview and that all it is , the second best tip after coming well prepared!!! I know another interviewer, and think you would find such attitude common. Improvizing a lie which from my personal experience as an interviwer for other causes is the worse.

A personal tip for you would be to avoid any humour similar to that in your above user nickname My Wharton interview was in a coffee shop on a Saturday morning, I wore black pants and a shirt and my interviewer commented that I am underdressed while he wore sweat pants and sports shoes. My interviewer apologized for wearing jeans. My feeling is better being overdressed than underdressed. It applies to interviews and to life in general Keep in mind that my interviews were conducted in the U.

S so it's totaly different. S it's common to send thank you notes to people who interview you, thanking them for their time. Although I did not send a thank you note to my interviewers, it may be a nice idea to import to Israel n case anybody is interested. Of what I heard from current students including some who interview candidates themselves - always wear business attire, unless otherwise instructed. You can't control much of the interview, so you can't afford the possibility of making a bad impression right at the beginning.

So, wear a suit, shave etc. Many interviewers may consider anything else as lack of seriousness on your side, which is never good.

Worst case scenario - it will be hot, and you'll need to wake up 15 minutes earlier to tie the tie like I needed I'm thinking about registering to the green card lottery and I wonder whether it could prevent me from getting the student visa in a case that I don't win the lottery after getting accepted to a university.

Ronnie, I am a very small expert when it comes to post-admission issues In any case , good luck with both the lottery and the admission process! Don't waste your time on different GMAT web sites. I understand that it's diffrent then other business schools because it is mainly based on the case study method. I think it is a very powerful tool for 3 main reasons: The case method exposes you to numerous industries and companies. There is a section for international applicants, I think the site is worth checking.

Jason Mattera, 20, who is president of the College Republicans, said the group is parodying minority scholarships. That's just not the case. Actually many Israely employers consider WE as a much more important factor than the degree. Not to mention that if we have to pay back our tuition loan, while earning an Israeli salary it may take us a long time.

Another Q is even if someone got a job in the US, what will it be, couldn't he had reach that same position just working? In terms of the job market - this year is definitely much better than the previous one and in my opinon, the next one will be even better.

The exact amount depends on your personal status, i. In addition, many students at HBS including a decent part of the Israeli students receive fellowships on an annual basis. You will get further information about fellowships as part of your admission process. Is it true, abseed on your exp. Hence, if one RD2 applicant received an invite that means that "all" were sent out and I should probably assume I will not be inviited?

The interviewer is not always the same person - there are a few people who conduct the interviews. Also, at W , what an impact does the interview have on the app, what is its weight? In this case , it is much more an art than a science. All in all, the interview is an important piece in the admission puzzle.

The adcom will look at the interview report as one component in the applicant's data and may assign a lot, or little, weigth to it depending, for example, on the report's content and on the report's overall grade was it far off from the other data?

If the interview report is extreme e. Comments such as this one keep me going! I wanted to seek your input on deferrals. I guess this depends on the school, but do u have general tips. Also, what is the policy at Wht. Omer, we specialize in the admission process, unfortunately I know much less about post-admission issues I do know that the deferellas game is usually highly personalized - per school, and often per case.

Negotiation and persuasion skills often play a big role in this game, and school rules can be flexed for the right candidates and the convincing case s. I would like to get some general idea about my chances in getting to an MBA program in the US with the following:.

It would be realy great if you could recommend me where should I apply for an MBA program. What's the learning method? I received my FA letters so in Wharton's case it is enough. You should ask your bank to provide a translated statement describing your financial records and stating that you don't owe anything as far as it knows. Regarding the costs, I didn't pay a thing as far as I know I broke it down to two parts. Going from philly to london to israel vacation to St.

Louis to philly with big suit case s was a bit crazy, but it was a helluva time. Even more in some case s. Some manage to pay back, some are still carrying it after 5 years friend of mine from Chicago, IBer in the UK. I'd really like to go to the Blue Devil Weekend, meeting the students and faculty I'm going to spend so much time with. It's also going to be a lot fun too Especially the "Drinking Beer and then Running" event: I can't bring my self to spending so much money just for a weekend, since I still hold my job.

Anyway, I think that attending such a weekend is really important if you're seriously undecided between two schools, and seeing the place can make you realize where your heart tends to be.

This is not my case. Well, this is beyond my scope of admission issues However, most people probably care more about their success in the recuriting process. In this case too, commitment, focus, energy, research and a lot of interview perparation are probably key. Uninformed, as I said The mirrors in the hallway were perfect for last-minute checks of ties, hair and handkerchiefs.

Are the business cards within easy reach? As the students primped, they traded intelligence. The job fair was sponsored by the MBA Consortium, a group of 16 business schools that are good but a couple of steps down the B-school hierarchy. To help their students get jobs -- either summer internships or permanent positions -- the consortium had gathered 14 employers at the Marriott Eastside in Manhattan on this January day to meet them.

The recruiters, who sat at tables displaying their wares, had already selected some students for interviews the next day based on resumes, but they had saved places for applicants who would impress them today. Many of them did not have interviews lined up. So the pressure was on. They had only a few minutes to make their pitch, and those in line -- their competition -- could hear them.

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You Should Too Inc. Search - Google Careers. I will finish my university studies at the summer of Do you think this will be sufficient or should i wait for a few more years?

That depends on where you are applying and what are your credentials - military experience, grades, achievements at work, your age, GMAT, essay quality In some case s, your chances will be significantly higher after a couple years of strong full-time work experience, but in other case s your chances may actually be high, or even higher, if you apply immediately this was my personal case , I think.

Does army service as an officer serve as some kind of employment experience worth mentioning or counting on as a job experience?

This is a few years of full time, valuable work experience, especially if you had an opportunity to practice leadership and teamwork.

Most regular 2 years MBA programs start on September each year. Usually applications are published during August each year. As for talking, it's even worse, the Sentence Correction section of the GMAT mostly checks the common mistakes of the native English speakers, so if you speak English as common Americans do, you can be easily trapped. You can contact me at or for more information about my GMAT courses. We are generally trying not to state any facts about our students' scores or improvement on the actual GMAT since it can only be based on the students' reports, which sometimes could be statistically biased.

Regarding the language skills improvement: You can improve your language skills in 3 months. Not your vocabulary, not your communicative ability at least not much , but you can improve skills such as speed of reading and knowledge of specific subjects like the ones we teach. We recommend to students to spend 30 minutes a day reading on the Internet business or scientific magazines, like Business Week, The Economist, American Scientist and Popular science.

They should not look up specific words they don't know but rather focus on understanding the general idea and building up comprehension from the context. Regarding the correlation between the GMAT and psychometric tests: There definitely is a correlation, but mostly in the quantitative section. Unfortunately, I have witnessed too many self-confident test takers, who were shocked by their low GMAT score, after underestimating the differences between the two tests.

I hope I have answered at least partly your questions. I would be happy to further assist you. Best of luck with the GMAT and the applications. Here are my answers to your questions: Is it possible for your wife to work I am married and have no idea what my wife will do in the duration of the MBA? Please mention if she gets a visa which enables her to work. She was sponsored for a visa by the organization and received her work visa shortly after we arrived here.

There are some prerequisites characteristics one needs to have BA degree, relevant background, etc. Can you elaborate on your stats? I want to start by saying that the stats are important but more important is how you spin your stats to the school and tailor your application package in a way that would offset your relative weakness.

My stats were pretty average: I did have strong work experience in which I significantly leveraged and some extra-curricular activities. I am asking this alot and looking for opinions. Why did you choose Darden? Were you accepted to any other schools? I actually received a few other offers, including a couple from NY schools. The main reasons I chose Darden are its case method and its relative strength in investment banking recruiting, which was my career goal.

Today in hindsight I am very satisfied with my decision because the reality has definitely exceeded my expectations. The case method is a great fit for me as it creates a very interesting learning experience. It enables you to get to know your classmates very well as everyone participates in discussions.

Regarding my career goal, Darden presented to me better investment banking opportunity due to the lower competition. In other finance schools as Wharton, Chicago and Columbia , you are going to have fierce competition for investment banking, on top of the fact that you are an international student and might not have banking experience.

It depends on how you like to have your life. Darden is more similar to smaller schools as Tuck, Duke, and Michigan. How is Darden's placement rates among graduates and internships?

Which companies recruit at Darden? I think last year was a very good year. The recruiting environment is very strong now so I believe that the coming year is going to be even stronger. If you want to get a list of the companies recruiting at Darden just go to the website. The strongest industries in Darden are general management, consulting and investment banking.

Does your visa enable you to work, if so, what are the restrictions? I currently have a student visa, which enables you to work during the summer and an additional year post graduation. The visa issue is not a big one. If you get a job the company is going to sponsor you an H1-B visa which lasts for 6 years.

I hope my answers are helpful, and I do hope you apply to Darden. I think it's Magna Cum Laude, but in any case you can check your diploma- it has an English side, which will give you the translation. Just talked to them yesterday, they said it takes up to 3 weeks to get it after they sent it out, so be patient Hope you already found these numbers yourself, but just in case Although I am not Gilam I thought I would chime in My impression is that as far as diversity goes you will be a good candidate.

In my class, for instance, we have a guy who worked as a photographer for the Washington post, a couple of cheffs and some more. Yes, you are right, congratulations! In answer choices D and E, the participial modifier "determined by when the sun reached So, just remember if you encounter answer choices that differ from one another this way: There are other differences among the answer choices, but always try to find the easiest to solve. I really encountered a lot of questions in different books where the participial modifier refered not to the subject, but I prepare my students for the ETS GMAT test, that is why I teach them according to the rules that will work on the real GMAT test, and not only for Kaplan and Princeton books.

In case the sentences are equal, except for the position of the participial modifier, both are wrong. But attention dear students! PS My Sentence Correction GMAT Guide will be available in all the major book stores in about a week, you will find a lot of explanations, tips and practice questions there.

There is no any problem with parallelism in either C or E. I would like to add one thing. If Shirli applies to a J-1 Visa which is really easy to get her significat other can obtain a J-2 visa and get a work permit based on that. In this case , I would support her decision to apply to schools in big cities.

I know that I may be asking questions that were already discussed in this forum. If this is the case , I'll be glad to get a reference for such message. Chelsea, the spouse may get a work permit - this depends on the Visa type you need a J-1 visa, which you may get if a substantial portion of your tuition is paid for by a scholarship or certain types of organizations.

Judging from forum messages, I think Dalit has become an expert on this subject so she may have a lot to add here The three strongest career tracks at Darden are consulting, iBanking, and general management. Consider this - the mba student body at stanford has a "grade non-disclosure policy", meaning grades are not disclosed to potential employers, etc.

The school does its best to support this policy, realizing that working hard for grades is not the way to get the best out of the program. The gsb encourages students to "step out of their comfort zone", so to speak, and to learn and experience things that they have little background, and in some case real weaknesses in.

Since this translates to lower grades in many case s, the non-disclosure policy makes sense. With such an approach, I find it hard to believe that top grades are essential to be admitted. In fact, my GPA was far from outstanding. I encourage you to think about the other factors of your application as well. Many speculations and rumors are spread around this subject… Could you shed any light? Meaning, in case the application is ready for the first round, would it increase the chances of admission if not for round one then for round two?

Is a rejection in R1 could eventually turn into an acceptance it R2? X being the quota. Or could they simply read a strong application and s. An article I found in the FT. It might interest some of you November 28 For some, with nine months to graduation and lucrative job offers trickling in for next year, the MBA degree seems to have paid off.

Angst about loans and jobs is beginning to wane. Victory can be bitter-sweet, however. While a six-figure salary, house and expensive car seem to be traits of a stable future, their personal lives are anything but secure.

The significant other with whom they arrived at business school has either already left or is on their way out. The partying, long hours of studying, competition and summer internship apart have taken their toll. The dark reality of the MBA course is that relationships between students and their partners, especially at this time of year, can come to a sorry end. Some schools joke about "Black Monday", the Monday following Thanksgiving, when classmates return single.

Students and faculty warn that the rate of breakups on MBA courses could be as high as 50 per cent. Susan Perry, a social psychologist and author of Loving in Flow: How the Happiest Couples Get and Stay That Way, confirms that graduate degrees can be as rough on a couple as having a first child. Relocating for a well-ranked degree can start those shifts, says Dave Wilson, president of the Graduate Management Admissions Council. He points out that on arrival at business school, only half of the couple has an immediate network and purpose.

Already, he adds, the scenario is stacked against the partner. The workload, often per cent of what a student can reasonably take, requires the student to join teams and create a network. That network soon becomes an entire social scene.

Some partners find this a heavy burden. At the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University, where my partner is in the second year of his MBA course, several spouses confided that their husbands "died" in their first year. Others say the only way they saw their partner was to show up for drinks on a Friday night.

Other intense degrees such as law and medicine also take their toll. However, experts believe the MBA culture causes deeper problems: It is all-powerful," Ms Perry says. Then there is the MBA student's desire for dramatic change. Many follow a two-year, full-time course because they wish to take stock and radically alter their career.

To do this they are willing to uproot their lives, relocate and plunge themselves deep into debt. Given such flux, it is no surprise that they will also scrutinise their relationships, which can subsequently become MBA casualties. Most study for an MBA in their late 20s, a period of huge emotional upheaval not unlike a mid-life crisis, adds Ms Perry. Mr Wilson wonders whether the MBA degree with its "economic macho" syndrome is particularly tricky.

Mr Wilson points out that the real risk a student runs is that the behaviour that manifests itself during the MBA course, if seen to yield a reward that exceeded a cost, will manifest itself again. This can be addictive. The Stanford Sloan programme lasts one year. Students have eight years of work experience and are mature.

Mary Garrison, who manages the course, says breakups are "extremely rare". However, awareness about the issue is growing. Psychologists discuss skills in stress management and working with non Type-A personalities - highly driven and focused individuals. Most business schools run partner groups, a great way to make friends, and some are considering offering support groups and counselling.

Due to the competition for top-paying jobs, some partners are reluctant to speak candidly. A turbulent marriage or relationship can be considered a sign of weakness and a reason to be excluded from an MBA case study team.

One former partner recalls: There are always rumours. Others seem reflective too. When a first-year MBA student asks at Carnegie Mellon's Welcome Week whether the priority should be grades, academic performance or the job hunt, Greg Shumavon, a second year moderating the event, interjects before the professors can respond.

Hi Gilam, I have a somewhat delicate question: During my years at the Technion, I retook some courses in order to improve my relatively low grades in some courses. On the official transcript, the first time I took the course does not appear at all nor does its initial low grade.

If I don't, my transcript might look a bit odd with some introductory courses towards the end of my degree. I will also be slightly deviating from the instruction of "Please be sure to add classes that you have withdrawn from, dropped, or failed even if repeated. Uri, good and important question.

In any case , leaving these "excuses" aside, it's probably best to use a few rules to decide here: Adhere to the instructions. If it's ethical, do what's best for your candidacy. Now, let us assume that the above instruction is the only instruction relevant to this in the application documents. The text of the instruction does not require that you provide the grades of courses that you repeated but did not initially fail.

We're also not talking about courses that you dropped or that you withdrew from. So, there is no specific instruction and we can probably move to rule number 2. I'd say the Technion is very helpful here on the ethical issue. They don't provide the previous grade on the official transcript.

My feeling is that ethically you don't have to provide the previous grade, just as the technion does. There is an advantage to showing your previous grades - showing determination, motivation, commitment, perseverance. However, there is a disadvantage - showing lower grades reflects on your analytical skills. Here comes the issue of context that I opened with. The context of your particular application the grades, GMAT, resume etc.

So, in general, the answer to your question is no. Is it always true? But in most case s it is. The acual situation changes from school to school and, sometimes, from year to year. This changes from school to school and sometimes from one year to the next - when a new admissions policy or admissions head comes in and I do not know exactly what is the method used in each and every school.

There is a general quota or a range that can be deviated from. Usually each candidate gets a grade. So, for example, if the general quota for round one is people, and if in the first round there is an overflow of very strong candidates, the school may accept people that round, or may put some of them on the waiting list. Yes, this could be the case - the above example shows how this could happen.

The first case is usually what happens in round-based systems most schools. The second case is usually what happens in rolling admission systems, like the one used at Columbia. Most often, they will send out an oversized email with a cool animation announcing your acceptance In any case , good luck.

Is it possible to get admitted to Wharton West and not to Wharton East or vice versa? The Executive MBA program is a part-time porgram based mostly on weekends. The average age of the students is about 6 years higher than that of the full-time MBA students. For full-time MBA programs - not that I know. Just thought I'd chime in as a r1 Kellogg admit who also got an interview waiver. I honestly don't think a waiver puts you at any disadvantage at all. What was the most interesting question?

What was the most difficult question? What was the most difficult question?: Would you like to address that? What was the most interesting question?: I wasn't expecting it, but perhaps I didn't show enough enthusiasm in my app. Tell me about a work you had to know with people different from you, or someone you didn't get along with, or someone whose personality is different than yours.

I was also asked questions about my professional experience, none of which was difficult. Other than the example used in the essay, tell me about one occasion where you had to convince someone to do something.

None, but be prepared to answer the essay questions using different anectodes!!!! None was truly exciting. Talk about your present job There was only one real question: Talk me through your resume since you graduated college Describe your career progression to date Describe your current firm's management structure.

What will you bring to your [MBA] team? What would you like to be remembered for at Stern? This isn't a hard question, but the answer you have in mind is probably already going to be discussed in Essay 2 Constructive Criticism How do you handle conflict in a team?

What if you are not accepted for your summer internship in your choice of firms - do you have a back up plan? There weren't any really difficult questions. What are your employers going to miss about you when you leave for school? Follow up questions First - what do you do to relax I answered 'learning guitar' Follow up - how does this make you feel? If an MBA is not possible for you, how will you proceed on your career goals.

He asked about my current situation at work and what was going on. My company is being acquired. I am interviewing for positions, while also trying to make sure I get into school, so it was a tough question to answer.

What is your biggest accomplishment? What role do you see yourself playing on a team? What makes you think you can succeed? If you don't succeed, what's your backup plan? Assuming you are a student here and you are set up in a group.

What type of background would you want your group members to have? What would your teammate say are your weakest and strongest characteristics? What are you doing for the rest of the day?

If I were to ask your co-workers about you, what one thing would they say they least like about you. What if you dont get in? Imagine it is your first day at Stern.

You are placed in a team with 4 other classmates. You are given a problem to solve. What role do you assume in that team? Since I have an non-traditional career goal, I was asked how I planned on pursuing an internship after my first year. What do you find the most difficult part of your current job to be? If there was someone in your life that you could emulate who would it be and why? Upon graduation from Stern, what would classmates say about you??

What are three good and three bad things that your supervisors will say about you? Let's imagine that you are graduating from Stern, what would I say about you? Why are you still interested in the internet? How do you expect yourself to exercise leadership in Stern? How is my short term goal of working in IB going to prepare me for a long term goal in entrepreneurial venture?

If there were a conflict situation in your team at Stern, what would you do? What other schools did you apply to and how will you decide which to choose? This was difficult because there's a fine line you walk when answering it, especially at a School like Stern with low yield. I reviewed the questions posted here and also on the BW Forum. The typical questions posted are: It's your first day of class at Stern, and you're introduced to your new "team" members which you'll be doing projects with over the next year.

You're given a problem to solve. What is your role in your new team? What did I learn from my management experience i. What is some constructive critism that you have received? Give an example of a situation when you worked on a team when things didn't go as you planned; what did you do?

What differentiates Stanford from other schools? I said teaching methods, close student interaction He had a question list provided by Stanford and selected some of those questions: Knowing what you know now, is there anything in your career that you'd change? Describe a time when you failed? Why would you choose Stanford over Harvard? Have you ever been in a sitation where you experienced poor leadership or good leadership?

What did you learn? What would your juniors say about you and your leadership style? The interviewer asks questions in 4 main areas to gain insight into your character: There were no unexpected questions. Since the alum only had access to my resume, he went through the basic questions on leadership, teamwork, weaknesses, failure, etc. It looked like Stanford had provided him with a long list of generic questions from which he could choose.

I was expected a leadership question about myself but he ended up asking me if I had ever had a poor leader and why. I was able to talk about someone I had worked with who was a poor leader and the lessons I extrapolated from that experience and how I applied that to my own leadership style.

Describe characteristics of a bad team member or supervisor you've worked with. What qualities are important for good leadership? Why do you want to be an entrepreneur? What drives you to that goal? What is the most constructive advice given to you at work? What is the best constructive criticism you've ever had and how did it change you? Name a time when you had to make a decision between two really appealing alternatives.

What was your thought process and how did you decide? Do you think you made the right decision? Describe a time when you were working in a team and you failed. How did you resolve the situation? We've all worked in teams. Think of a time when you worked on a team lead by a particularly charismatic leader. What made that leader great?

Describe a failure at work and how did you handle it? Which other schools are you applying to? These other schools are quite different from Stanford?

Then how can you justify the decision for Stanford? Describe a situation where you received criticism in the workplace - how did you learn from it? How did you become interested in the field you're in right now and why will an MBA advance your career?

Tell me about a time when a manager gave you some really harsh criticism. How did you react? How has that criticism changed you? Tell me about an instance where you had to choose between two equally attractive choices in your career. How did you choose? Why didn't you apply to Stanford? Though I don't favor labels, what would you label yourself if you had to? After asking me about my most relevant failure: Tell me about yourself 2. If I ask your friends to give candid feedback about you, what would your friends have to say about your strengths and weaknesses?

Why do you want MBA? Tell me about yourself? Why did you decide to enroll in an MBA program now? What does success mean to you? How can you contribute to the success of this company? Why should we hire you? Why the Information track? What was the motivation behind an MBA. How I could make a positive contribution to the program? What I thought of the Enron case? How do you deal with criticism? In a team setting, how would you deal with resistance from your team if you were the sole proponent of an idea?

Do you think you live in the shadow of your father? I had mentioned him in an essay - however, he was not Harvard alumni. What specific skills do you want to get out of this program not just generally what will you gain? How have you helped someone else to succeed? How do you maintain your passion in a place that lacks accountability? She asked me about a situation I had talked about in one of my essays, where I had indicated difficulty getting along with someone on my team.

Since I hadn't resolved that dilemma yet, it was difficult to come up with a great answer. Have you ever considered pursuing a career in consumer brand marketing?

I come from an investment banking background and had not indicated a marketing interest in my essays, but for some reason she asked me this question based on my personality, so it was pretty unexpected.

What would be the three things that you would want you future classmates to ask you? What kind of position do you see yourself in 15 years from now?

Give me an instance where you handled a difficult subbordinate at work. What do you specifically have to bring to the classroom versus the many others who have done private equity and banking after I gave her a well-thought out answer, she replied "What else.. Specific question regarding my volunteer activities and the impact I had on a specific child. What would you uniquely add to the HBS class? If you can change one thing about your past experience college, etc. She asked me what I would ask me if I were in her shoes.

Well, here is what they asked me 1- Tell me about your job. How is your most recent project going? Which is more important to you? How will you bring them together? Did you feel prepared?: Yes - She asked a lot about choices I had made in my life.

Why did I make the choices I did, what other options did I have, what other choices would I have made if I hadn't made the ones I did.

All questions were expected. They revolved around leadership. How would you discuss your leadership style.. Since submitting your application, how have you continued to take leadership roles? With all of your experience, why do you need an MBA? Ideally what would you like to achieve in your career. What Summer internship would you want to hold. Question regarding college student group - it was hard to remember details and come up with good examples.

What would you do at your current job if you don't get admitted to HBS? Most interesting question NOT asked: How I will use my current skill set in my next career after business school? If someone approached me with an idea, would I take the risk of developing the idea if they would not? What is something from your past that you wish you would have done differently and why? The experience can be from work, school, other activities, or from your personal life.

She found some of my essays "intriguing" and wanted me to talk about them in greater detail. Who is a client you admire and why? I do not believe in hidingthe naturally dominant person that I am. If he is aware, what was his response and was he cooperative? He was my slave but wasted too much time wanking on my website! How acceptable is BDSM where you come from, compared to other places? In Ireland its very underground and considered to be a big taboo. In London where I live, the fetish scene is massive with many clubs and events happening every week to take your fancy.

Unfortunately, in Israel BDSM is often considered a perversion and people, usually women, see those who engage in it as somewhat mentally ill. How is BDSM treated where you live? BDSM is not as underground as it used to be in London, even pop music videos now are showing fetish fashion and imagery all over the world. I believe that fetish becomes an illness when fetish play acts are not consensual or when a person becomes so obsessed with BDSM that they cannot have a normal relationship.

When did you get into BDSM and what about it attracted you? Like most people who know nothing about the fetish scene I thought it was about really inflicting physical and mental abuse on one another which involved sexual acts being shared. I was totally against it. I thought the people involved in the fetish scene were mentally disturbed. Following a bad period of my life which we all may go through e. I shrugged it off with laughter thinking they were weird.

One evening while out with girlfriends in a top London wine bar, I was approached by another guy asking to kiss my feet. By the end of the evening I had a ambassador and a diplomat kissing either foot. I totally loved looking down at them watching them work hard much to my surprise. I loved the attention from onlookers few weeks past and this was reoccurring. I told my younger sister, Grace about it but she refused to believe me. I even went without make up and with my slippers on!

He said he was chatting me up for his friend while waiting for his wife to turn up. I asked him does he always use his friend as a chat up line.

Grace got totally scared and left. I was fascinated as I had led a sheltered life as a single mother and this was not what I had previously perceived fetish to be from the negative publicity I had heard about.

I was invited back for coffee at their place. They lived in a beautiful elegant apartment filled with rubber clothes, whips, chains and all sorts of fun and freaky bondage and fetish equipment. I stayed there for 3 whole days even though I only lived round the corner! I discovered lots about the fetish scene in London, the clubs, the fairs and munches. I had never seen a Prince Albert or pierced clit. This was the beginning my fetish journey.

Was there a mentor who taught you things related to BDSM? I am very different to just any other Mistress in the scene and have developed my own style of fetish play based on feminine sensuality, seduction and superiority. Is there any particular session that was memorable to you? I have fond memories of lots of sessions and experiences with slaves who have been under my control for a long period of time.

Is there an online BDSM community or message board you frequent? It was funny watching all these newbies faces as the held the own testicles in sympathy pains. As technology becomes closely intertwined with the overall business objectives זיון פה סרטים פונוגרפיים a company, an increasingly big piece of the consulting market is within their reach. That network soon becomes an entire social scene. While their spouse-students get a built-in network of classmates and courses, the husbands and wives may find themselves without working papers and with minimal English-language skills. What did I learn from my management experience i. Augmented Reality augmentedtrends Twitter.

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