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Clear Admit’s latest series of School Snapshots—free overviews of the leading business schools’ MBA programs—have been out for just over two weeks, with more than 1,000 downloads to date. For the quants among you, we thought we’d have a little fun with the data.
If the Snapshots are a proxy for which schools are most appealing to those in the early stages of exploring MBA options, then Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania tie for first place, with 72 downloads each. Continue reading…
Last week, we announced the release of our 2015-2016 School Snapshots. We’ve been thrilled by the warm reception they’ve received from the MBA applicant community: in the past week, there have been nearly 1,000 Snapshot titles downloaded!
For our readers who haven’t yet downloaded their Snapshots, we wanted to offer a closer look at what you’ll find inside each our 27 titles. In order to illustrate the sort of information you’ll find in these four-page program overviews, we’ve not-so-randomly chosen the Wharton School Snapshot (we’re based in Philadelphia, after all). Let’s look inside! Click on the thumbnail to the right to see a full-sized page.
The Snapshots provide an overview of the academic curriculum and learning environment at each school, including the number of study abroad opportunities, interdisciplinary offerings, and dual degree options. You’ll also learn about the number of active student clubs, as well as particularly popular annual events that students look forward to at each program. Continue reading…
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It’s that time of year! Clear Admit is excited to announce the release of our 2015-2016 School Snapshots: FREE four-page overviews of 27 of the world’s top MBA programs. These guides are designed to be your first step in learning about the schools and their student bodies as you decide where to apply for your MBA studies. Since their initial release in 2012, MBA hopefuls have downloaded tens of thousands of Clear Admit Snapshots to facilitate the research that is an essential part of the MBA application journey.
The School Snapshots provide a concise overview of an MBA program’s faculty, curriculum, campus life, job placement statistics, admissions procedures, and more. We’re pleased to offer the following titles for immediate download: Continue reading…
Since running its first class in 2002, Veritas Prep has helped more than 100,000 students prepare for the GMAT. The company was the first in the industry to require that all GMAT instructors score in the 99th percentile or above on the official GMAT—a standard that most other competitors still can’t match. After clearing this hurdle, every potential instructor must pass a rigorous evaluation and training program before earning the privilege of leading a Veritas Prep GMAT course.
To get your free Clear Admit guides, you must click this link to sign up for a GMAT class or tutoring with Veritas Prep. After your purchase, email firstname.lastname@example.org and include your Veritas Prep purchase confirmation number. Veritas Prep representatives will give you a code you can use to download your free guides from our shop.
Tomorrow’s the day. If you applied to the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School as part of Round 2, you will very likely be checking your email repeatedly in hopes that an invitation to interview lands in your inbox. Good luck!
Wharton uses the Team-Based Discussion (TBD) format for interviews, as it has for the past few years. In terms of logistics, those invited to interview tomorrow can choose from a range of locations around the globe, including Wharton’s campus in Philadelphia, as well as San Francisco, London, Dubai, Mumbai, Shanghai, Sao Paulo, Seoul, Singapore and Tokyo. Each TBD will include five or six applicants grouped by the order in which they sign up for various locations. And interviews will take place beginning in late February. Continue reading…
As applicants to Harvard Business School (HBS) are probably well aware, Admissions Director Dee Leopold and her team are scheduled to send out the first of its Round 2 interview invitations tomorrow, Wednesday, January 28th. What about the blizzard that’s blanketing the northeastern portion of the United States, you wonder? As of yesterday, Leopold expected that invites will still go out as planned, at noon Boston time. “If we need to delay, we will let you know via this blog, a general announcement on the admissions website and also with a voicemail recording on our general phone line,” she wrote in a post to her Director’s Blog, but as of this writing, no updates.
So, some details about HBS interview invites. They will go out in two waves, one tomorrow, and a second on February 4th. Historically, HBS has sent out the bulk of its invites in the first wave. Leopold offered that her best guess is that roughly 600 applicants will receive invitations tomorrow, with another 200 or so receiving invitations next week. “I’ve said this before, but please don’t speculate or develop theories or algorithms about first vs. second,” she urged. “It doesn’t work that way. And it has nothing to do with when you submitted, where you live, or the first letter of your last name.” Continue reading…
The University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School will send invitations to interview out to Round 1 applicants on Friday, October 31st, according to a recent post on the school’s MBA Admissions Blog. Applicants who snag one of these coveted interview spots will have an opportunity to take part in Wharton’s Team-Based Discussion interviews in a range locations around the globe.
For Round 1, off-campus interviews will be held in Dubai, London, Mumbai, San Francisco, Sao Paulo, Seoul, Shanghai, Singapore and Tokyo. Candidates can also, of course, choose to interview on campus in Philadelphia. “All invited candidates are encouraged to interview on-campus or in the off-campus location that is most convenient for you,” the MBA Admissions Team wrote on its blog. Continue reading…
The Clear Admit team knows that many of our readers are in the midst of finalizing their HBS applications as Tuesday’s first round deadline approaches. While we’re confident that our HBS essay topic analysis has been helpful and we know that you’re working hard, we wanted to make one more tool available to you before the deadline. As such, we are pleased to announce that for the next 72 hours, the critically acclaimed Clear Admit Harvard Business School Guide is free! Just download it from our shop and start reading on your desktop, laptop, iPad, Kindle or any other device you have.
Here’s what you’ll need to do:
1) Go to the HBS School Guide page and add it to your cart
2) Use this code at checkout: HBSSG14
3) Send us flowers, chocolates, or leave us a nice comment on this blog post to thank us
4) Tell your friends!
For those of you who don’t already know, the Harvard Business School Guide features 48 pages of in-depth information about life at HBS. Reading it will help you to:
- Become an expert on HBS overnight and use your knowledge to fine-tune a personal statement that will stand out in the admissions process
- Compare HBS head-to-head with Stanford, Wharton and other leading programs using objective data that goes beyond rankings and school-published marketing materials
- Prepare for your HBS admissions interview (and post-interview reflection essay) by knowing the school inside and out
One of our newest contributors to Fridays From the Frontline, texaswannabecali recently shared her thoughts about the Clear Admit Fuqua School Guide, which she refers to as a “one stop shop.” Here are some highlights from her blog:
“It lays a really good foundation of organized info on which you can build upon by allowing you to spend more time researching the details that are most relevant to you…I actually learned a lot about Fuqua that I hadn’t even thought to research or look into.”
texaswannabecali wraps up her review by saying, “I would highly suggest getting a copy,” and goes on to give her readers some insight into Clear Admit’s MBA Planner App:
“I especially find this useful for the essays such as Duke’s ’25 Random Things.’ I tend to forget the so-called interesting things I’ve experienced in my 24 years of life when put on the spot to actually list them, so I like the fact that when I randomly think of something, I can just whip out my phone and make a note.”
With Round 1 deadlines just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to do school research and get organized! All 27 Clear Admit School Guides are available for immediate download in the Clear Admit Shop and you can find the MBA Planner App in the iTunes App Store.
In honor of our new Admissions Counselor Erin Hale, who joins us after three years in the Columbia Business School admissions office, Clear Admit is excited to offer applicants one FREE school guide to Columbia Business School. Available for immediate download, each Clear Admit School Guide offers informative and detailed profiles of leading business schools; the definitive guide to CBS, the Columbia School Guide provides insight into the program’s core curriculum, popular professors and access to business leaders in NYC, among much more. Prospective Columbia applicants should be sure to take advantage of this special offer, but even prospective applicants of other programs could benefit from learning more about what the Clear Admit School Guides have to offer. Admissions officers, applicants and the press all agree that the Clear Admit School Guides are a vital tool to successfully navigating the MBA admissions process.
In order to download your free Columbia School Guide, simply go to the Clear Admit Shop and enter coupon code CBSSG14 at checkout. This limited-time offer ends tomorrow at 9:00 a.m. EST.