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Rejection hurts -- in all its forms -- but these steps can help you regroup after a disappointing setback and achieve your b-school admission goal!
Feeling nervous before taking the GMAT or GRE is normal and expected. But if your feelings and fears threaten to dramatically impair your performance, then maybe you have 'test anxiety'. Here are some ideas that may help you overcome it.
"I wish ..." If this is part of your thinking regarding your MBA application, then perhaps you should think about the points shared in this blog post, and change "wishing" to doing!
Think there's nothing for you to do until b-school applications are published? Think again! There are several serious steps you should take several months before launching your business school admissions campaign.
Seemingly endless hours, revisions and conversations have been invested in your MBA application; but are you really done? How do you know? Here are four tips worth considering before you click "SEND".
"Declined." "Denied." Disappointed? Sure! But here are three strategies to rally from b-school rejection.
You want to get going on your b-school admissions essays, but there is important work to be done in advance to optimize your candidacy!
You poured your heart and soul into preparing your business school application, and you were granted an interview. Awesome! But are you stressed? Probably, and that's okay, you just need to harness it. Here's how.
So, what does it require to build such a robust MBA admissions candidacy? How long will it take? And how do you know when you've achieved it? Read on!
Second in a series for individuals who have not yet started to prepare their MBA applications. For a look at Reasons 1-5, see our previous blog post at www.mbaexchange.com